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    I've seen it all...lmao

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    Your pic is not showing on my screen, just a little red x.
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    It is not showing up for me either. But, I am guessing it is this picture.

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    Ya that's the one...lol. Strange, this pic was there....

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    Oh, the power of Photoshop! It's a cool thing. That's a beautiful moose, but he's not really in this image.

    The most obvious clue is that the antlers are in a late year phase, while the surrounding birches are in spring green. Antlers are in budding stage in springtime. Antlers aren't full-grown and without the velvet until autumn.

    Also, if you look closely at the edge of the antlers, especially where they are against sky, you will notice the unatural lines.

    I'd love to see the original autumn pic of that bull.

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    I didn't want to be the one who spoiled it!

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    If you look at the ends of the logs that stick into the picture on the left and right, you can see that the ends match - the same pile has just been mirrored/flipped... (as do the greens, twigs, etc. in the piles...)

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    Birch trees, logs, sky... what ELSE was Photoshopped into this loggin moose picture?

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