Faces in things (pareidolia)

John King

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Nah, mate. Been seriously fighting with the Social Security department since 2012. Ended up in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT, a kind of equity court here). My 100 page submission convinced them of the rectitude of our case. 100% in our favour on all points. A huge load off us.

Fighting the government is not for the feint of heart. They have very deep pockets, and all the sympathy of an SS officer. Fortunately, I have the necessary skills and knowledge to successfully fight them.

And you're right about the music @Mountain_Man_79 !
 

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@John King & @Mountain_Man_79
Have you seen this movie:
The 100 Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (2013).
Hundraåringen som klev ut genom fönstret och försvann (original title).

It is a good laugh!

PS. I listen to classical music whenever I feel stressed or worried, it always calms me down. My pulse goes down and my breathing gets calm. Barock music seems to work best for this.
 

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As suggested by @Phil.H, here's the old Yew tree in the grounds of Mellington Hall in mid-Wales (cross posted from the Share: Trees thread).
@Ghostbuggy described the image as having a "wailing mouth" which I think describes it exactly.
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Well, this is a little off-topic since it's obviously not a face, but my wife has a knack for seeing other anatomical features in nature...
[ Cross-posted from "Your self portrait" (!), where I first posted it in error :laugh: ]
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Darmok N Jalad

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Well, this is a little off-topic since it's obviously not a face, but my wife has a knack for seeing other anatomical features in nature...
[ Cross-posted from "Your self portrait" (!), where I first posted it in error :laugh: ]
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Perhaps your subconscious was telling you something when you put it in self-portrait?

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Another tree......

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You guys are weird, lol. I photograph trees all the time, but I don't think I have ever even thought about trying to photograph a face or a penis on a tree trunk before.
 

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