The faces spotted in the strangest of places

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Seeing an image of a face in a leaf is an example of pareidolia, "a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant. Common examples include images of animals or faces in clouds, the man in the moon, and hidden messages on records played in reverse."
Death of a Leaf

To the casual observer they are simply a collection of buildings, gadgets and everyday items.

But look more closely and you will see that hidden within each one there is an intriguing image of a face.
The faces
Crazy paving: You'll be laughing like a drain
The faces0
The Codfather: Just pull yourself together
The faces1
Help: It's Alvin sawdust
The faces2
Brassed off: Enter at your peril
The faces3
Vantastic: Just rolling along
The faces4
How to put a smile on your dial
The faces5
Riveting: A bolt from the blue
The faces6
Watts up with the lady of the lamp?
The faces7
In a spin: Clothes encounters of the third kind
The faces8
Tintin: Looking for a new opening
The faces9
Brimming with happiness: Hats off to a day on safari
The faces10
Bollards: The look that says no go
The faces11
Resistance is futile: Beware of the angry buggy
The faces12
Guests at the ugly plug ball
The faces13
Grate pretender: Say cheese
The faces14
Bathtime: But have you ever had that sinking feeling?

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Nik said...

That was awesome! I had never heard of pareidolia. Good to know.