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reply to post by Aleister
I have seen you post those clouds before and I still fail to see your woman's, are you single and looking for one by any chance? Just a friendly joke but really I cannot see anything in your clouds
I wanna see it too
reply to post by WanDash
Look at the evidence i present, are you suggesting my brain made an image of a frog in what you presume to be a wheel???
Simple answer is yes we always try to make sense of the world by looking for patterns which aren't there..
We do it all the time here are some natural formations what do you see?
I Did! I Did! I Did taw a Putty Cat! Just yankin your chain. I see it too.
Does anybody else see the other tall-hatted gent chiilin' right below Pharoah #1?
reply to post by WanDash
Oh common now, they are from Google, and everyone knows Google doesn't lie
This picture was taken by Left Navcam B on 533. As you can see, it is a different time of day, but the rock in question can be seen quite clearly in the middle left area of the image. The different sun angle here throws more light on the 'face'. While it is most definitely an interesting formation, it looks far less like a carved statue without the high contrast shadows in the other pictures.
However, I am still not convinced that this rock formation, and the others near it are not worth closer inspection. The 'column' formation behind the 'face' seems to have even greater detail in this sun angle then the other.
Maybe this risky 'jumping the dune' is to get a better look?
reply to post by smurfy
yet not a single pipe in that pic...
Epic fail smurfy...
reply to post by g9000
Hi, and welcome to ATS, and gave you your first star for both coming aboard and for a good concise post. First of all, the face/statue in question is a collection of several rocks. And secondly, I've been reading on this thread about faces in clouds, and now your question of can a face created by nature have so many human characteristics. Yes. Here are several pics from a thread on many faces in the same cloud. The photo of the cloud is in black and white, but I've colored these faces so they can be quickly seen (but did not change any detail besides color and contrast).
Here's one which has a perfect right eye with iris and eyelashes:
A very cute woman holding up a flaming torch and wearing a tiara:
And a face with eyes closed:
All three are almost photogenic in quality once you see them. They are all from the same photograph. And there are many more faces and images in this same photo, several of those are very apparent once you spot them. Nature is sometimes a harsh mistress, but at other times, as playful as a bunny.
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That really does look like a statue. Great find!
Remember people that if everything was Pareidolia we wouldn't have Archeologists, because everything they found would look like rocks. Use your brains peeps. Sometimes a rock is a rock and sometimes it could be something more.