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Photographer Captured A Tree In Florida, What Actually Appeared Inside It Is STRANGE

Aside from mind-boggling riddles and quotes, abstract images and can-you-find-the-words-in-these-pictures type of mental exercise, there another stuff getting viral on the internet. Well, this ones literally natural, as it's the result of nature's fate. 

There's a lucky photographer who took a photo of a tree at night, and there's nothing so special about that at first. But if you would analyze the output for more minutes, a secret will strike your head so hard. There's some realization this guy has realized before posting and sharing such image online. 

Now, let me tell you, what do you see? 

Hint: Wee-tuh! Wee-tuh! It's just somewhere!

Photographer Captured A Tree In Florida, What Actually Appeared Inside It Is STRANGE

Photographer Captured A Tree In Florida, What Actually Appeared Inside It Is STRANGE

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Larry Lynch is not your usual happy-go-lucky photographer, in case you're doubting.

Larry Lynch is not your usual happy-go-lucky photographer, in case you're doubting.

Larry is a multi-awarded landscape, nature and outdoor photographer based in Florida. He's enjoying the complexity of the environment especially the wildlife. He's able to give life to boring natural activities, like what animals do during their 'free time'. One of his most viral takes is this mysterious image below. 

Simple bark for simple people, right? 

Simple bark for simple people, right? 

Now, is there something strange? Imagine how Larry put much effort to take just this portion (Read: Sun-like lighting installed carefully at night to avoid disturbance and other problems)

Come closer, look, look! 

Come closer, look, look! 

Open up your eyes, and trust your inner optical illusion sensor. Can you see it now? Can you? 

Alright, at this point there are two things you're thinking: You've found it or not.

Alright, at this point there are two things you're thinking: You've found it or not.

For those you did not get the hang of it, here's the spoon. Feed it. There, there. It's a Cam-owl-flag. The Eastern Screech Owl had the guts to hide itself and blend with the bark. It's not his fault but it's just plain frustrating that he has the feature. Imagine those feathers, it's a brilliant creation from the universe! Larry took it by purpose in Florida--and its purpose is to amaze us.

"It turned out so well" Larry uttered.

With all that lightings and careful movements, the statement is absolutely agreeable. 

Good thing, the owl did not behave this way.

Good thing, the owl did not behave this way.

Larry, what you got is not a rebel owl. Good job.

Take good care of the shots, as well us your subject landscapes.

Take good care of the shots, as well us your subject landscapes.

...and owls will love you more for that. Please, shoot them only with a camera.

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