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Demons In The Wood

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»  Demons in the wood
Can you see the demonic faces in the bark of this ancient tree in Ashdown Forest, England
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stevekrh19 (||)
on May 10, 2006
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» Camera: Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
» Exp. time: 1/250 (0.004 secs)
» Aperture: f/5
» Focal length: 90 mm
» ISO speed: 100


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7. Jun 18, 2009 NicholeW
"I would've used some cloning in there in order to cover some of the more obvious swirlies, but still not bad from a distance."

6. Jan 11, 2009 ba1969

5. Aug 4, 2008 hjayaraj
"Awesome....cant resist myself using it for a book cover :).....nail in your ID will send you teh designs where i will use it and how. thanks again for sharing"

4. Jun 17, 2006 seraphim12
"clearly there are liquify effects. too bad."

3. May 12, 2006 uglycherub
"Hey: I just downloaded the pic. My comments were based on the PRE-downloaded image above-left. There appears to be some digital tinkering---no?! This is NOT a criticism, it's an observation. The fact is, most irregular, 'swirly' textures contain throngs of imaginary beings. Some visual art--mine, for example--is partially dependent on such 'illusionistic' perception."

2. May 12, 2006 uglycherub
"Truly a carnival for the imagination. The more you look, the more you see--especially if you're disposed to seeing 'things within things'. There are several cat mugs---and yeah: I see the wolf and the 'monk';There are also a couple of 'bat' faces, and a few traditional 'demon' faces. The range of chimerae varies also with the angle of viewing."

1. May 11, 2006 m_constant
"cool ! I can spot 3... a wolf, a cat and a monk... ;-) Can anyone do better?"

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