15 Sep 2012

DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE?



Can you guess what this is?

No, not some kind of exotic flowers, try again.

Uh-uh, not some kind of virus or bacteria viewed under a microscope.

Taken in very high focus by photographer Gabor Pozsgai, if you look closely you will see that its actually a photo of three tiny chicks waiting to be fed.

Oh yeah, so it is.


- Thanks to Craig for sending this.

15 comments:

Chitra said...

Hello PW.

I am back. It was a quite a strain settling down in a new place. Things are getting back to normal mode.
Reg. the picture I thought they were mini hedgehogs waiting for their feed.

Nina said...

Ah! I see it now! ;)

anilkurup said...

I thought they were some aquatic creatures.

Betty Manousos said...

haha, thanks for this delightful post, tracy!

oh yes, i see it now!

big hugs
XX

DMS said...

What a fun post! I love trying to solve a mystery- so this was right up my alley. Pictures like this are so fascinating.
~Jess

Kelly said...

Wow! I didn't see it until you told us what it is...but then it's obvious!

Alexia561 said...

Oh my gosh, that is so cool! I couldn't see it until you told me, as the inside of their beaks look like little faces. Too funny!

Suko said...

Incredible photo!

Jeannie said...

I saw that - but then I've got robins that have built a nest on one of the posts holding up my deck so I see that view through the slats. Now that we have a couple cats, I doubt we'll have robins.

Anne Bennett said...

Very cool. What talent. Thanks for sharing.

naida said...

what an amazing shot!

fiction-books said...

Hi Tracy,

What a fantastic photo and so difficult to spot what it actually was. I am getting 'into' chicks right now, as a friend has just managed to hatch 4 out of 12 eggs and gives me constant daily updates and pictures of the chicks as they begin to mature.

Unfortunately, 2 of them are cockerels, so have to go, as they predominantly want the females to lay eggs for eating, also the neighbours may not be too impressed!! Dave (her husband) has become quite attached to the male birds though, so they now have the dilemma of which of them is going to do the deed and get them ready for the oven, when the time comes!!

Great shot and thanks for sharing,

Yvonne

Jenners said...

I actually talked myself into seeing three baby hedgehogs made of orange Jello! Seriously … look the nose and the eyes and all. And being your blog, I had hedgehogs on the brain!

EC Stilson said...

Those chicks are so neat! I thought they were flowers at first :)

GMR said...

So cute! I actually saw them believe it or not, though your post title may have tipped me off. ^_^