Photograph of the week – week 31

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Pareidolia is the name of the psychological phenomenon that allows people to recognise and see objects that are known to the observer. This can involve seeing shapes in clouds, seeing faces in inanimate objects or hearing hidden messages in music. And this is most certainly the case in this well captured image from Kilmory resident and Banner reader, John Gibson, who sent us this photograph of the ‘Elusive Kilmory kelpie’. No_B31POTW01