The word Pareidolia may not mean anything to you at first, but when I add that it is a term for the psychological phenomenon by which we see familiar objects – often faces, for example – in clouds or on rocks, it might sound more recognisable. Look at our gallery to see places where pareidolia are hidden.
Face in an old ruin
An eye on the top right potatoe
Two faces in the stream
For pareidolia is the most typical to see faces
Profile of the face in a form of rock
The formation of pareidolia is closely related to each individual’s imagination
Do you see a face?
The cliff resembling a great white shark
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