As kids, we likely all lay on our backs in the grass looking at the clouds finding faces, animals and other objects at one time or another.
What about with standing stones? Well, yup, I see faces there, too.
Do you see a face in this stone at Stonehenge?
How about now after I draw the outline of the mouth, eyes, nose and chin? I should have picked a different color other than black because the contrast on the rock tends to overpower the painted line.
Since my attempt with black to outline didn’t achieve the result I wanted, I went back in and outlined it in white. Does this make it easier to see?
Maybe this is the face of the troll who lived under the bridge in the Norweigian fairy tale, The Three Billy Goats Gruff?
Or what about this stone along the avenue near Avebury?
Looks a handsome fellow despite his large nose. But look at him from another angle… what do you see?
From this angle, it looks like a horse’s head. Perhaps the knight piece on a chessboard.
And this one reminds me of a shark with the shape of the head and the placement of the mouth. Look who’s grinning at us from the right side of the picture!
Did you see any of these faces?
6 thoughts on “I See Faces and other things…”
Fascinating. Most of the time I look at rocks or stones as just that: rocks or stones. Yes, the white shows up nicely. And I saw the horses head before you mentioned it. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by, Beverly! I’m willing to bet you won’t look at rocks or stones quite the same way anymore. 😉
Interesting Melanie ! I see the faces in these rocks specially the first one !
Hi Grace! The first one was rather easy to see. Not the most attractive of characters, though.
I too have an interest in faces on neolithic stones. May I invite you to visit my page on the subject please?
I will do that. Thanks for the invitation.