The location was in the drive way of a very nice hotel near the "Pond Beyond" near Tyson's Corner, Virginia.
The "Take It!" is from a view I took of this water made wonder, on the concrete in front of this gem of a hotel. It has taken me a while to gather the words to describe what I hope you will be able to see along with me.
It is a question as to which image is the more recognizable, but here goes. The first is an image of a single dog. this is fairly well centered and is formed by the water soaked concrete which surrounds it. I think this is fairly easy to see.
The second image is from the wetness that surrounds the above image. To me, it looks like what may be a female person, playing nosy, with her dog.
A rare double image play, that I hope everyone can easily see.
The source for the wetting of the concrete, I have not a clue, but for how ever it came to be, and who unwittingly made it happen - here is a big thanks for setting the stage for a soon to disappear image, that delighted in an uncomplicated way, our imaginations.
Thanks for joining me in this ever so small exercise in stretching our views.
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Yuppie7 (Wednesday, 30 November 2016 22:51)
hey i can see it i can rarely see these things
Gabe (Wednesday, 30 November 2016 22:54)
You have definitely got your monies worth with that Pond Beyond over the years.
Teri (Wednesday, 30 November 2016 22:55)
The first image is the winner for me, a dog for sure!
Jim (Wednesday, 30 November 2016 23:00)
We got a kick out of this one.
Sally (Wednesday, 30 November 2016 23:01)
I couldn't make out the 2nd image but we all saw the dog in the 1st.
bruce (Saturday, 10 December 2016 16:24)
Thanks to everyone for giving this one a try. The light colored terrier in the bottom center is fairly easy to see. The other one is far more difficult and takes a lot more imagination. One needs to shift into seeing the images as the dark, wet part of the photo. The tip of the top of the terrier's ear is the dividing point for the wet image. On the left is the dog, complete with a hint of a collar. On the left of the tip of the ear is the lady with the big nose that is touching that of her dog. She is not that well formed but I hope with these hints, she can be recognized. If you cannot see the wet set, but can make out the terrier, then I am very happy. Yes, Gabe, this site is an absolute favorite. I just never know what it is going to offer up. The setting is so tranquil almost all of the time, that I always look forward to going there. Best wishes to all. Bruce
bruce (Saturday, 10 December 2016 16:32)
Sorry for the error in the above message. The correction is in that the dog in the wet, is on the right side of the dry terrier's ear. Thanks. Bruce