Moon reflections Grand Marais
In this image the light reflecting off the closest ice sheet has the shape of a herring gull. The wing goes off to the left as the bird is flying to the right. The wing, body, head and beak are plainly visible in the moonlight on the ice.
I have shown this photo to four people. One can’t see anything; one thinks he can but is not sure; one thinks it looks like a crow; and the last one can plainly see it. So take a look see if you see the gull.