Nom nom nom (Sleeper stone used to seat railroad lines on the Allegheny Portage Railroad near Johnstown, PA)
According to this Mental Floss article, neurotic people may be more likely to see faces in things. Yes. That’s happened to me once or twice.
Another pic for my “Faces in Things” folder. Here’s a happy smiley grate on the sidewalk outside the Rockwood Mill Shoppes and Opera House in Rockwood, Pennsylvania.
I’m seeing faces in things again. This time it was a vampire in the shower curtain. Just in time for Halloween.
I guess the best way to explain some of the silly photos I take is that I see things in things. Usually it’s faces, like the ones I posted here. This time it was a bird. He was in the maple seeds and stuff that fell onto the porch from the bushes beside. The photo above was how everything was …
So I found about a gazillion little Jack Skellington heads in the bubbles on our shower curtain yesterday. I suppose that goes along the same lines as seeing things in peanut butter. Lots of faces in things. I’ve posted two of the Jacks here. Now, go watch the movie. It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
I know this may sound odd, but I love eating peanut butter straight from the jar. Who has the time to actually spread it on bread? Anyway, I tend to see faces in things (shadows, trees, clouds, water), and I found one in my spoonful of pb. The photo I took of it that shows his face the best isn’t …