Faces Of...

Landscape Portraits by BillyHoward.photography.

Pareidolia is the tendency for perception to impose a meaningful interpretation on a nebulous stimulus, usually visual, so that one sees an object, pattern, or meaning where there is none. — Wikipedia

Perhaps from growing up in San Francisco in the '60s '70s, and from the many hours of landscape photography over the decades in dozens of remote locales, I see faces in Nature. Sometimes human, sometimes fanciful, some look like animals and some conjure frightening images of mayhem or visions of an ethereal world.

ice
Faces of Ice
trees
Faces of Trees
sidewalks
Faces of Sidewalks
Hawk Poop
Faces of Hawk Poop
water
Faces of Water
rock
Faces of Rock
mud
Faces of Mud
machines
Faces of Machines
typha
Faces of Typha