Can you see the goat In a photographer's photo of a Kookaburra, some people see TWO animals
- The photographer's picture of a legendary Australian bird showed some two animals
- If you stare at the bird long enough, a child's face appears to appear
- "I had a buddy from the United States who called my attention," said photographer David
A photographer captured the moment when a legendary Australian bird made the best impression of a baby goat.
At first, 59-year-old David Hill only thought he had taken a picture of a kookaburra in a tree in Gosford, New South Wales.
It was a nice photo in itself, but then a friend pointed out something very strange when you take a closer look.
If you stare at the bird long enough, a child's face appears to be opposite to the Kookaburra.
If you stare at the bird long enough, a child's face appears to be opposite to the Kookaburra
Former music teacher David said he didn't think he had discovered a new species, but kookaburras were known to have a sense of humor.
He said: “The Kookaburra is a funny bird anyway. If you just look at them normally, they can be very strange, with crazy hairstyles and expressions.
"I had a buddy from the United States who brought it to my attention, and if you see it you can't miss it, I stared at it for hours.
“When I photograph birds, I actually speak to them. If there is no one around, I definitely speak to the birds.
"Even this Kookaburra I spoke to, I only see what they are doing and whether they are looking at me because it can take a better picture.
"I tell my friends that I can speak to Magpie, which of course I can't."
David, who lives with his wife Rosie and their five children, said he was just very happy that people were enjoying his photos and had found that people like the pictures with something action or something unusual.
He said, "I love taking pictures of animals with characters on their faces, and this time they were two animals for the price of one."