Official "Interesting pictures" thread - Part Deux

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nightjar

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Yip it's from the feathers poking out at the end of it's wing.
I still don't get it.
The mouse's shadow is cast by the sun low on left side of photo.
The three shadows at bottom of photo are cast by something on the far right or we would be able to see the object itself.
Also no mouse tracks.
Has to be a photoshop
 

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I still don't get it.
The mouse's shadow is cast by the sun low on left side of photo.
The three shadows at bottom of photo are cast by something on the far right or we would be able to see the object itself.
Also no mouse tracks.
Has to be a photoshop
The sun shining on the owl would cast a shadow too. In your mind, pick the mouse up to about the height of the owl's tail. Where would the mouse's shadow be? About where the first shadow is - which is the owl's legs perhaps. The other two shadows are the tip of the tail and the wing.
As for the footsteps. The snow/ice may be hard and the mouse not heavy enough to leave footprints.
 

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Not a thought for that mouse's family :crying:
I love rodents more than most people do - but I also love owls. Everything needs something to eat. Poor mousey - but they have plenty of babies - owls don't.
 
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