Thursday, August 9, 2018

What Do You See?

What do you see?  There's a name for this.  Pareidolia.  Seeing faces or images in other things.  Woodgrain is one place to look for such things.  Like the door to the exam room in my cardiologist's office.  What do you see?

I see a face with large eyes and ears.  I also can see dancing aliens holding hands.

Below is the view of the entrance to the school I work in.  Do you see the man hanging out there?

At certain times of the day, when the light is just right I see the man.  Otherwise, I know what I think is his head is a flower pot, his shirt the dark mulch, and his arm is the downspout.

Traveling to visit Rachel a few weeks ago we got stuck in heavy, stop-and-go traffic and I happened to look up. 

What do you see?

I see the head of a pig from the side.  See, I always knew that pigs could fly!

And what might I find under this mushroom/toadstool?

A little gnome and his rabbit!  

Okay.  You know I put that there I'm sure.  


  1. I do see a face in the door, eyes for sure.

  2. I remember the fascination of trying to find things in the panelled ceilings in a holiday cottage we stayed in two or three times. The little gnome and rabbit are the best :D. You have me planning to get the Charlie Brown the Musical DVD tomorrow and watch at least the scene when they are looking at the sky and the clouds are animated to match their visions.

  3. At first I saw a tulip and then I noticed a devilish little boy with big ears and devil's horns on his head. In the clouds I saw a sideways view of a manta ray.


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