Faces in the Window

© Johnathan R. Peal

Faces in the Window

Uploaded: April 15, 2002

Description

My Mom took this photo of my dad in the backyard. When we got the photo developed we noticed these faces in the window. I Cropped the window to show faces more clearly. Could have been rust or shadows on the screen or ghosts :) Don't know what caused it.

Comments

Johnathan R. Peal April 15, 2002

Does anyone Else see the faces?

I count two in the top payne and one small one in the bottom corner. #4870

April 15, 2002

Yes, but I had to view it full. At a distance it seemed shadows, but closer up is a completely different story. Kinda spooky, but I'm glad I saw it, thanks :)
P. #6954

Johnathan R. Peal April 15, 2002

P,

I agree that you have to view the photo in full size to be able to see the faces.

The photo is not a good photo, from a photography stand point, but it makes for good conversation and makes you wonder how the images appeared there.

I'm glad you saw the faces and took time to view it.

Take Care,

J.P. #6962

Piper Lehman April 15, 2002

Pretty weird, Johnathan. It took me a while, but the more I looked, the more ghostly it became. Very strange. Do you believe in ghosts? I don't, but your mom's photo makes me wonder. #6968

Johnathan R. Peal April 15, 2002

Piper,

We never believed in Ghosts either but the picture makes us wonder too.
#6973


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