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The Face in Hogenakkal Falls

Photo: get_debashish [Flickr]

Neatoramanaut Debashish Paul took a photo of a section of Hogenakkal Falls in South India that has a face of a mustachiod man. I know, I know, it's just pareidolia (the tendency of human brains to see familiar images and faces in objects), but it's still very cool!

Link - Thanks Debashish!

It would have been interesting to see what (if anything) people saw in the photo with OUT priming their minds by saying it was a face. Oh well, too late now.
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And where is the pareidolia I am automatically suppose to be drawn to? Must I really click on the link that most likely has a close up and outlined section, pointing it out for me? A ghost in a millisecond click off a digital camera. Our saviour in quick glances. Da Vinci in my retina fluid monkeys.
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I never noticed him while shooting. It just appeared in the photograph!!! God know what's that. But people who have noticed the tree with a singing face is cool too :) I never noticed that. Guess have to search for more faces there now... :)
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Actually if you go by sayings and myths, its the most dreaded ghost in the area which accounts for several of the killings in the waterfall from drowning,etc. People often pray for it not to turn up, but yeah the photographer was lucky enough to escape alive.
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