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originally posted by: Sublimecraft
A mysterious face carved in a remote rock wall in the Vancouver Islands has been found again after years of searching for the feature of unknown origins.
The beachkeeper from the Tseshaht tribe that owns the land, Hank Gus, has been searching for the rock face for two years after it was first spotted in 2008 hidden on Reeks Island in the Broken Group Islands by a kayaker.
Mr Gus said he is not sure whether the almost 2m-tall face is an optical illusion created by Mother Nature or a message from his ancestors
Could be an example of pareidolia or it could be a carved face on a rock-face from an ancient and long-forgotten society. It will be interesting to hear what our members from Kanuckville have to say about this and whether there have been rumors and stories about this face before.
Anyway, short and sweet, and one for those of us who love a good old fashioned mystery.
originally posted by: Rocker2013
originally posted by: Kromlech
a reply to: trifecta
Of course it's a rock, it's not plastic. But I wonder who carved a face out of that rock?
The wind, the rain, other rocks smashing against it... welcome to geology.
originally posted by: Candytripn
Not even a good photoshop job. Isn't it amazing how there's only ever one picture of these mysterious formations.. "zomg.. look at that.. a face.. let me take one picture, but only one.. because one is enough"