Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Wordless Wednesday: A Face Above the Horizon

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22 comments:

jams o donnell said...

Great capture. I love to stare at clouds. Happy WW

Hootin' Anni said...

Oh this is super!!! There really IS a face. Awesome

Hope you can stop by my blog now!! Have a great Wordless kinda day.

Hazel Nut said...

That's so cool. Makes me think of Mt. Rushmore for some reason - maybe the size and sculptural appearance.

Jennifer Robin said...

Wow, very cool capture!

The Lone Beader said...

That is wicked cool! Also thanks for stoppin by today! Cheers from Boston! :D

Jim said...

Hey Strider, that is a great find. I wonder if you first saw it in the picture or if you grabed your camera when you saw the face.

My person guess is Mark Twain, revisiting from above.
Happy WW, thanks for the visit.
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Gabriel said...

That's incredibly cool! I totally see the face, reminds me of one of those sculptures in Easter Island.

My WW post for this week is here. Have a great day!

lisa marie said...

Very cool! We are always being watched. :)

♥ KaThYcOt ♥ said...

wow! this is nice! here is mine:http://www.kathycot.com/2008/06/wordless-wednesday.html

eastcoastlife said...

What a timely shot! Can figure out if it's a man or woman. hmmm...

maiylah said...

interesting! reminds me of Santa Clause ... ;P

Jan Parrish said...

Yep. I see it. Great job. Is it a good face or a bad face? :)

Happy Wordless!

Can of Thoughts said...

oh wow.. that was amazing...

Adrian Corscadden said...

Sorry to bring a downer of a comment, but isn't this just random coincidence and completely arbitrary?

Jenaisle said...

You're so observant- a keen eye for details and very well photographed too. Thanks for sharing.

Cynthia Blue said...

That is pretty darn cool!

Natalie said...

Wow...neat! :)

LadyBanana said...

That's spooky!

foongpc said...

I used to love watching the skies and enjoyed looking at clouds. Many times I saw faces or figures formed by the clouds. It's quite fascinating. Too bad I don't have that much free time to do so now.

Wenbin said...

Cool pic. Funny how we try to make sense out of what is essentially random formations in the world.

Adrian Corscadden said...

come on...doesn't somebody agree with me?

does any body read these comments?

foongpc said...

adrian, I agree they are just random coincidences. If you watch the clouds closely, you can see faces. It's normal, but it's fun! : )