Day 93

Pareidolia :-

is the tendency to interpret a vague stimulus as something known to the observer, such as seeing shapes in clouds, seeing faces in inanimate objects or abstract patterns, or hearing hidden messages in music.

Common examples are perceived images of animals, faces, or objects in cloud formations, the Man in the moon, the Moon Rabbit, hidden messages in recorded music played in reverse or at higher- or lower-than-normal speeds and hearing indistinct voices in random noise such as that produced by air conditioners or fans.

day 93 ~ Happy Tap

Always brightens up a trip to the loo at work. 😊

14 thoughts on “Day 93

  1. Haha! Hearing noises in fans and such… that would be terrifying — especially in the bathroom.
    I went back to admire how you captured the light in the knob… then I saw the face in it. LOL… I must need more time to recuperate. I was never good at spotting things people try to point out.
    Okay, so here’s one in return, dear Fraggle.
    My new home is at the feet of a small mountain range (the Sacramento Mountains). One mountain has a formation known as the Sleeping Lady, because it resembles a woman lying down. From various points of view, you can see more (or less) of her body parts. When my friend pointed it out, for once, I actually could see her nose and chin (then I could see the rest of her head and breast and knees. Here’s a link to a photo: http://www.city-data.com/picfilesv/picv37998.php
    Hugs!

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  2. That’s a happy tap, FR. 🙂
    Julie sees faces in clouds, The Moon, patterns on carpets, shadows on walls, pretty much everything. She claims they are the spirits of the dead. You can guess my reaction to that. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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