Pareidolia

This is my third year doing the 52-Week Challenge, and I am enjoying it so much.   It has me opening my eyes much more to everything around me, noticing things I haven’t seen before, and sometimes coming up with too many ideas for one theme!  

Pareidolia – Anyone who has looked at the Moon and spotted two eyes, a nose and a mouth has felt the pull of pareidolia.    It’s “the imagined perception of a pattern or meaning where it does not actually exist”, according to the World English Dictionary

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28 Responses to Pareidolia

  1. Marie Lough says:

    “Here’s looking at you.” I see the face!

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  2. preed913 says:

    I was so excited to see the first entry one for this!! – YES! … I find myself looking all the time for this!

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  3. great job at recognizing this *&^%(#$ theme! 🙂

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  4. Sue Karski says:

    Good job. Glad you were able to find this.

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  5. cbsmith321 says:

    now that’s a good one! well done!

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  6. Loved it! I can almost hear that face talking to me.

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  7. gwong1 says:

    Great imagination. Gary

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  8. thegatorgal says:

    I’ve been pondering this theme. You nailed it!

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  9. Thanks for the definition. Well spotted.

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  10. annsero says:

    Very cool faces

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