So that is why we photograph the faces we see in inanimate objects!
Timeline Photos Pareidolia is a phenomenon that allows us to "see" faces and other objects in completely unrelated objects and settings. Carl Sagan theorized that this provided an evolutionary advantage, as it allows humans to better recognize each other, even under poor visual circumstances.
The important thing to remember is that even though these images may seem significant and life-changing, they aren’t. It's all just a really fun figment of your imagination.
The world mourns Mandela www.boston.com South African leader and anit-aparthied hero Nelson Mandela died December 5 at the age of 95. Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years for fighting against apartheid and upon his release in 1990, continued to strive for peace and reconciliation as president of ANC and South African president in 1994. The...