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Evil Eye, 





    
        

            Gilbert Ikezaki

Evil Eye

Technical card

Resolution: 2856x4290

Locations: Mission Valley, San Diego, California, United States

Data source: Traveller

Description

Humans try to find patterns in everything. That is one of the reasons that we are so often seeing patterns that are not there. We also have a fairly decent sized part of the brain given over to recognizing faces. So we evaluate everything we see to find a face. This is just a picture of the Moon behind some clouds, but to me it looks like a bloodshot eye, and imagining that is a lot easier than trying to find a unicorn in the constellation Monoceros.

Canon T3 with unknown lens: 1/13s ISO1600.

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Gilbert Ikezaki
License: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike Creative Commons
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Evil Eye, 





    
        

            Gilbert Ikezaki