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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
Autumn dolls
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
10-20-2014 - Interesting and Thought Provoking         Link to Photo  Without Frame
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
OCT 20 2014 Totem Pole Lots of rain here on Oahu tonight,  Photo taken AUG 2014
New camera.
2014-10-20. Miami Whitewater Forrest, Harrison, OH  Thank you for your views/comments on my butterfly photo! Karen
Here in West Texas in late September for two weels recieved a total of 6 inch of rain. Badly needed after almost 4 years of drought. Still far behind, but better than nothing at all. The only thing that can survive the heat is Catus, Yucca plants and Mesquite bushes. Now you see Wild flowers blooming everywhere, it's just like a garden. I see this a lot in Colorado where I live, but here where I am taking care of my Dad, is strange to see this much wild flowers.
Day 286: Horse Farm and Autumn Foliage N.J. - Oct 18. Horses grazing on a beautiful fall afternoon with fall foliage in the background
Colorful bouquet...  These fresh cut flowers decorated our table where we dined out recently...  Thank you for your views and comments! Critiques welcome...  Don’t brag about tomorrow, since you don’t know what the day will bring. Proverbs 27:1 NLT  www.biblegateway.com  19 October 2014
Scarlet Bodied Wasp Moth  on Bidens. Natural Area Teaching Lab, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. 2014.  I had never seen this moth before today and when I looked it up online I was interested to discover that it uses Climbing Hempvine (Mikania scandens) as its larval host plant. According to BugGuide, the moth exhibits warning coloration, yet the caterpillar feeds on a non-toxic plant. But the adult male moth "extracts toxins known as 'pyrrolizidine alkaloids' from Dogfennel Eupatorium (Eupatorium capillifolium) and showers these toxins over the female prior to mating. This is the only insect known to transfer a chemical defense in this way."  Here is a link to an article from the University of Florida IFAS about the interesting habits of this beautiful moth. http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/BFLY/MOTH2/scarlet_bodied_wasp_moth.html
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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