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Optimal illusions  In this image of Lower Antelope Canyon, (#15) there are two optical illusions.  At the lower sizes, at the center left edge, the illusion switches between the upper (lighter) part of the cliff being in the foreground and the lower (darker) part of the cliff being in the foreground.  At the lower right edge, the illusion switches between the lighter vertical cliff being in the foreground and the darker vertical cliff being in the foreground. It is only are the largest sizes that it is possible to work out the actual geometry.  Other photos from Lower Antelope Canyon can be seen here: http://goo.gl/9xDlOj  20/10/14 www.allenfotowild.com
OCT 20 2014 Totem Pole Lots of rain here on Oahu tonight,  Photo taken AUG 2014
Autumn dolls  A French Tinnie doll and Spanish Tiny Tears
10-20-2014 - Interesting and Thought Provoking         Link to Photo  Without Frame
2014-10-20. Miami Whitewater Forrest, Harrison, OH  Thank you for your views/comments on my butterfly photo! Karen
October 20, 2014  Black Walnut Point Inn - A Tilghman Island, Maryland Bed & Breakfast   A secluded gem, this Maryland private island estate has been sealed off by Russian spies, the first Gulf War was planned in the sunroom, and Truman Capote was a guest in the 60's. Now the sanctuary gate secures the half-mile drive through 52 acres of bird sanctuary before opening to our 6 acre island of gardens and lawn. The sun rises over the Choptank River and sets over the Chesapeake Bay, which make wind, waves and endless water views the hallmark. A pair of nesting eagles, resident osprey, migrating butterflies, waterfowl and songbirds are commonly seen along with Bay dolphin; and the back cove is a spawning grounds for rockfish. At night the stars are uninterrupted, another surprise of nature, making lodging at Black Walnut Point Inn a quiet, secret place of peace - all just an hour and a half from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. http://www.blackwalnutpointinn.com/index.htm
19.10.14 - Follow that Dog  We are in a run of very mild weather for October, but yesterday was very windy up on the hill
10/20/14 - Sphinx moth  Thanks for your comments on my blue architecture shot!  Much appreciated.  I really enjoyed all the variety of everyone's shots today!
Monday, October 20, 2014  "THE GREAT OUTDOORS"  "In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks." ~ John Muir  This was photographed during an impromptu visit while I was in the city. My first planned visit to this park was on September 6, 2008. This is the same location of the "Old Mill" (featured in the opening credits of the "Gone With the Wind" movie) that was my photo submission yesterday. Can you spot the young lad?  "This three-acre site, officially known as the T.R. Pugh Memorial Park and Pugh's Mill, is more commonly known as the Old Mill, which was featured in the opening credits of the "Gone With the Wind" movie. The park is open to the public and a great setting for photographs or a picnic lunch. It is a very restful site with flowers blooming twelve months of the year. Sculptured concrete work known as faux bois, includes numerous bridges, benches, baskets, etc., sculpted to look like real wood. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places." ~ Reprinted text from here: http://www.northlittlerock.org/attractions_detail/285  View my complete "Gone With the Wind" gallery of photos from each visit here: http://godschild.smugmug.com/Television/Old-Mill  Have a happy Monday and a great start to the work week!  T.R. Pugh Memorial Park  3800 Lakeshore Drive  North Little Rock, AR  (photo taken 8/21/2014)  My Homepage: www.Godschild.smugmug.com
New camera.
Day 286: Horse Farm and Autumn Foliage N.J. - Oct 18. Horses grazing on a beautiful fall afternoon with fall foliage in the background
10-20-14
" Gettin' ready for Halloween!  I'm gonna be a cat! 20/10/14
Optimal illusions

In this image of Lower Antelope Canyon, (#15) there are two optical illusions. At the lower sizes, at the center left edge, the illusion switches between the upper (lighter) part of the cliff being in the foreground and the lower (darker) part of the cliff being in the foreground. At the lower right edge, the illusion switches between the lighter vertical cliff being in the foreground and the darker vertical cliff being in the foreground. It is only are the largest sizes that it is possible to work out the actual geometry.

Other photos from Lower Antelope Canyon can be seen here: http://goo.gl/9xDlOj

20/10/14 http://www.allenfotowild.com

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Optimal illusions  In this image of Lower Antelope Canyon, (#15) there are two optical illusions.  At the lower sizes, at the center left edge, the illusion switches between the upper (lighter) part of the cliff being in the foreground and the lower (darker) part of the cliff being in the foreground.  At the lower right edge, the illusion switches between the lighter vertical cliff being in the foreground and the darker vertical cliff being in the foreground. It is only are the largest sizes that it is possible to work out the actual geometry.  Other photos from Lower Antelope Canyon can be seen here: http://goo.gl/9xDlOj  20/10/14 www.allenfotowild.com
Optimal illusions

In this image of Lower Antelope Canyon, (#15) there are two optical illusions. At the lower sizes, at the center left edge, the illusion switches between the upper (lighter) part of the cliff being in the foreground and the lower (darker) part of the cliff being in the foreground. At the lower right edge, the illusion switches between the lighter vertical cliff being in the foreground and the darker vertical cliff being in the foreground. It is only are the largest sizes that it is possible to work out the actual geometry.

Other photos from Lower Antelope Canyon can be seen here: http://goo.gl/9xDlOj

20/10/14 http://www.allenfotowild.com

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