In portions of this, to include the beginning, I believe we can see the mountain in question.
Picture of Machu Picchu used by wikipedia:
To be honest I think the picture looks like it may be shopped, but also see how the mountain may have eroded over hundreds of years from something
that could have looked like a face carved into the mountain. If not shopped at the very least the face would seem to only be visible from a certain
angle or perspective and/or utilize the illusion of shadow and lighting. I'm curious about the picture itself, and it's possible origins.
Any ATSers know any further information on this picture or of a megalithic face carved into a mountain at Machu Picchu?
Thanks in advance for your comments and time,
edit on 21-11-2011 by ILikeStars because: I'm editing stuff. ... And don't you have better things to do than to read these words here
I really can't offer anything but I have to say it reminds me of the face on Mars. I wonder what that would look like from space. I'm going to have
to look at Google Earth when I get home from work in the morning.
dont you think the mountains resemble what the real photo portrays, thats actually crazy those mountains resemble a face like that this could be on
the level with how the pyramids resemble constellations
leaving this post,admit it looks good but as i say u can turn any mountain on its side in the world and pick out a face,just like i can pick out a
face in the clouds,its there but only cause its what i want to see.
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