Taken in Cathedral Valley of Capitol Reef National Park
Today as I was reading my list of blogs on Bloglines, I found this link on J-Walk's Blog showing faces made from clothing. Why are some of us obsessed with finding objective images in clouds, rock formations, flower and tree arrangements--and now we go to check out faces from clothing? I only know that I have long entertained myself by trying to find the "more" that is in something and is just waiting for the observant to discover it. I have literally hundreds of photos that I took on the off-chance that I had discovered something unusual and fascinating that no-one else had seen. That is rarely the case but it is entertaining and a great excuse for extending the rest-stop on the hiking trail just a few more minutes.
How many faces can you fine in the photo above? I found six for sure and--if I include slightly deformed and extra-terrestrial figures--I can push it to 9.
By the way Capitol Reef is my favorite National Park, partly because it is about 40 miles off the beaten path so the crowds aren't overwhelming. Within this geological wonder are some of the most spectular rock formations I have seen anywhere. Check out some photos by the National Park System.