Saturday, March 03, 2012

A Hidden Message

The Unfinished Pyramid

Pyramid Construction

Last year I uncovered a secret society. They have their headquarters hidden away at a property in Handen. They leave messages by changing the shape of this pyramid. Earlier this week I was back and realised that the shape of the pyramid had changed. So while hiding on the other side of the fence, I shot the first photo. But just as I was ready to leave, one of the members came out from the building. He was wearing the society's white overall. He had a quick look around, but I am convinced that he didn't spot me. After some hesitation he walked over to the pyramid and changed it's shape as you can see on my second photo. I think he heard the sound from the camera, but luckily for me I managed to get home unharmed. All I have to do now is to figure out what it all means...

11 comments:

janerowena said...

Oh dear, Steffe - you have been watching too many conspiracy theory films!

But you could be right - in which case it probably means 'Don't look now, but I am being spied on by some bloke with a camera'!

billyB said...

The guy in the white suit, he's not called Pascal by any chance?

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Maybe his wife is watching with binoculars and he just gave the signal for 'I'll be home in ten, have the dinner ready, I'm starving'!!

Steffe said...

I believe that Blaise Pascal might have been the society's first leader...

Luis Gomez said...

These are great!

Julie said...

*grin* ... You have covered not only his triangle, but also his barrel. However, BP was not the first leader, not really. He was heir to Fibonacci ...

The other drum is still in the corner, however. Maybe that one is the crucial one for the top(?). I agree, Steffe. Definitely code.

There was a film just a couple of years ago now, with (I think) Daniel Auteil and Juliette Binoche about being under surveillance. Called 'Hidden' in English. You could leave a print of each of your images on their doorstep and flush them out!!!

Meghan said...

I'm enjoying imagining you hiding out to get this shot! Very nice.

Jeroen van de Ven said...

Keep us posted...!

Leif Hagen said...

Not only are you a great photographer and blogger, Steffe, you also have a keen sense of imagination!

Scylla said...

:))

NixBlog said...

LOL, too funny! :-)