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Thanks, gbull!

Xenon, it's interesting that you are using the inverted image to help find things.  One of the processes I use to search images, is create a multi-frame movie - where at least one of the frames is inverted.  The brain can then capture the details from the normal image and the inverted one to put together more information.  I also use this method with varying contrast adjustments to display details that are not possible to display in a single image.

Xenon, there are a couple of things in the image that stand out to me as being very different than the surrounding rocks, and suspicious for artificiality.

This thing, for instance, looks like an electrical circuit box, complete with a piece of conduit sticking out of it:  (also, take a look at those two square-shaped voids in the upper right)

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Hello marsrocks and welcome to the forum, your images are stunning to say the least and the metronome stands on a much larger 3 dimensional base, but it is the full original image that interests me more.

To start with the original image.... here has been tampered with to the extent that most of the shadows have been erased or added (the colour inverted image shows it best), the result being that all attention is drawn to the metronome leaving the viewer oblivious to the other surrounding artefacts some of which I have highlighted below (inverted image).

I am in the process of reviewing all of Mr Skippers images as I am sure there are far more anomalies that have been missed, I suggest readers do likewise.

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-- Edited by Xenon on Wednesday 30th of December 2009 08:15:13 AM

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pretty amazing.

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Hello.  I'm a new member, but familiar with a couple of you on youtube.

My favorite Skipper image is the "metronome."  I think it is one of the best pieces of evidence we have of artificiality so far.  The perpendicular crossmembers underneath it really stand out with the right-left view.  Not many rocks look like that.

I've posted several right-left shots of it on my website.  http://www.marsanomalies.com/metronome

Just wanted to post it here also.

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