Bryce National Park by Richardphotos ()
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to the bottom right side a natural small bridge can be seen easily. now look just to the left and above a little. there is an object there that I do not know if it is a person or an alien
Image Comments (19)
brain1969 () 12:41AM | Mon, 12 April 2021
i hope that someday i will see this with my eyes - wonderful
starship64 () 1:23AM | Mon, 12 April 2021
It looks like a man wearing a hat under that bridge. Beautiful capture!
daggerwilldo () 1:26AM | Mon, 12 April 2021
wow, this is a totally sensational capture. Very beautiful.
Davidvantol () 8:41AM | Mon, 12 April 2021
Skinwalker, caught my eye right away. 8 ) Outstanding image !
eekdog () Online Now! 10:59AM | Mon, 12 April 2021
fascinating photo. love the view and clarity of this capture.
RodS () 8:59PM | Mon, 12 April 2021
It's one of the TNA Girls tracking you, Richard.... Gotta keep an eye on you, buddy.... 😆
Seriously, it looks like a girl (or maybe guy) with shiny brown hair from the chest up, and shading her / his eyes with the left hand. Or an alien.... LOL
Seriously awesome photo either way!
anahata.c () 3:03AM | Tue, 20 April 2021
yeah, I can't figure out what that mysterious "presence" is either (I'd like to see what Rod sees, but to me it looks like a cow in the shade). But what light you have here! In addition to the looming beautiful sheets of rock, you have this beautiful salmon-toned light---lots of light in the plunging lines here, and a beautiful perspective with that left-side rock-wall as a "frame" to the beautiful formations in the rest of the shot. I'm looking at that mystery object again---at 100% resolution---and you know: It looks like an opening in the rock, with sunlight pouring through (w/ deep shadows). Whatever it is, a beautiful shot, Richard.