I think I can see the little dipper in her ear!
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Yikes! Looks like some kind of alien creature LOL
At least they really captured the fundamental elements to this precious little blurry girl: atoms. Because that’s how every parent wants to remember their child, dissolving back into the dust from whence they came.
Actually, that’s the big dipper in her ear.
Looks more like the Crab Nebula from Hubble.
Yes, yes…I see in fact you are right!
Why? What I really don’t get is that they actually think this is worth putting up….why….why…
“My God, it’s full of stars!”
that makes me mad when people think that’s actually good photography, and even put a ‘logo’ on the picture.
This is exactly what I want framed.
Bad Photoshop will not save a bad picture.
We are stardust, we are golden, we are billion year old carbon,
And we got to get ourselves back to the garden (to bury this picture).
Usually you do not want the eye of the viewer to gravitate towards the teeth… they were the first thing I noticed. With the blur they look almost fang-like.
Welp, now I know what form my nightmares will be taking tonight. Thanks for that.
Let’s also mention the (assumed) copyright infringement that has taken place. I doubt that the fauxtographer took that picture of the nebula in the background, nor did they get permission to use it.
You can use NASA pictures, but to be in compliance there needs to be correct attribution in the picture.
Good to know. That also may not be a NASA picture; amateur astronomers come up with some amazing photos these days.
Honestly, this isn’t the worst… Oh wait, this is it. This is the worst image I’ve ever see on here! Congratulations; I award you no points and may God have mercy on your soul.
Ooh! Is that the face of Jesus I see in the upper right corner? Like he’s framed by her hair and kinda staring at her in grave concern/pity? Woowwww…..
They really missed an opportunity here. This looks like the perfect place to use the “lens flare” tool to place two shining stars where her eyes would be if they had been open. Such a shame– amateur photographers really should learn to use the full spectrum of tools they have available to them.
they might even have a chance to use the rainbow tool! so much wasted potential…
that awkward moment ten years from now when mum and dad look back to see what the now teenage girl looked like when she was little….
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