Do you see pictures in things around you - like clouds?

@katsalot1 (1619)
July 27, 2009 4:55am CST
I have often seen pictures in the clouds, usually face shapes or animals. Also in the outline shapes of trees against the sky. Yesterday I saw a face in my carpet, it was so clear, but of course as soon as the carpet had been walked on the face disappeared! Do you see things, and if you do what? Why is it that faces are easiest to notice?
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@zhuhuifen46 (3485)
• China
27 Jul 09
Yes, clouds make good picture against the sky, especially when it is a bit windy. Imagination is given full play at dusk, when the sun is setting. I remember a text in primary school, describing the clouds changing from dragon to fire. On another occasion, when I visited a hilly area, we were invited to view the hills at night. Against the dim moon light, we saw eagles, human figures, etc. People like to find fun with nature, which is so kind to present so many wonders.
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@katsalot1 (1619)
27 Jul 09
Yea, a bit of wind makes cloud-watching more interesting doesn't it? The view out of my window at the moment is all cloud - no gaps in between, so no pictures.
@schlei (132)
• Philippines
27 Jul 09
yes, i see them quite a lot. Even the lines on wood, I sometimes see some figures in those.
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@katsalot1 (1619)
27 Jul 09
Yes, wood-grain is good for seeing things in, and it changes as well over the years, particularly when you get a few scratches and marks from use in it!