In the first pic, look dead center of the brush pile between the two trees. The second pic look past the middle fence post a little to the right and up.
I'll give ya'll a hint that has helped me when looking for Monkeys in pictures, not just mine but those of other folks. Take the pic and make it black and white, raise the exposure up quite a bit, this eliminates shadows and "foilage faces" that could be mistaken as animals. Don't enlarge it to the point that it is over picsillated (sp), as Grumpy said this will make you see things that aren't really there and also will sometimes make you miss seeing an animal that is. I usually go smaller initially instead of larger. Also when looking for them in pics look at the height of the "shadow" in question, is it too tall or too large in relation to the foilage? Anything with a top height of over 10-11 ft is not going to be a BF. Look for eyes, head, face, shoulders, body and see if what you think you are looking at is in porportion to the rest of the surroundings.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 23, 2012, 7:54 AM from IP address 22.214.171.124