Do you know how hard it is to look upside down and at the same time to look behind the screen to reverse the image? I got a charlie-horse in my neck!
Say Jim, Where’s the Big Rock Candy Mountain? (1945, Burl Ives, 78rpm recording - Music to Nod by)
I think it got covered with snow and ice… This is Antarctica!
Either that or all the seals ate the entire mountain range. No wonder some of those seals are, to be polite, grossly rotund and have a HUGE sweet tooth, excuse me, Huge sweet Tusks!.. -ake
On some black ice I found several perfect circles, a ringed circle and the date “1771” (with the first “1” slightly skewed to the left - like a coin’s platen moved when it was being struck. Oh, and never walk or skate on black ice!
And here’s a partially buried animal mask, head dress and costume.
This looks like it would be more likely found in space as galaxies with a bluish light to them. Weird that it’s icebergs in the ocean.
Nurses practice it a lot, Jim. Of course, I can look cross-eyed, too.
I can too! Is that how you “reverse the image”?
Right eye reverses… left eye reverses it back.
Okay, got’cha! But do I still have to look cross-eyed at it?
Just reverse the right-left and left-right, and you should be good to go!
Okay, will do! Now I just found two giant stone people sunning themselves - on chaise lounges - and one is waving to the satellite! Uploading as soon as I create a screenshot…
To West of poly… Tweety bird and Kitty Cat
For @EmeraldEyes’s collection, here’s one (maybe) you can use. A nice black and blue with bright highlights.
Bird of White Flight
Lion to the Right
Lady with pointy Chin (think 1800s) right off the coast
One for a collection— nothing like this @EmeraldEyes
Uh… PT boat with crew? I swear it looks like it! (dead center)
Is PINK landscape actually green? If not, what is this?
Definitely qualifies…that’s Cagey clawing at the snow Jim
Reminds me of Cinder Toffee or Kendle Mint Cake
How’s that Jim
2 not so happy looking bunnies there too Jim
(zoomed out to -5)
The animal mask looks like it could be a lion or hedgehog