I show the picture.
It’s a Loch Ness monster.
It’s the snake from the garbage compactor scene in Star Wars.
Viewers stare, silent.
It’s big and menacing and awe inspiring.
What is it doing?
It has held this frozen posture for some time. Is it a pose? A threat? Or perhaps: fear.
From another perspective, it looks like a floating stick. Is it hiding?
Later, it moves easily, unaware of the observer.