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Friday, April 22, 2011

Anything Can Happen: Face in the Sand

Do you see the face?  It appears to be a profile [head and shoulders] of a man in some form of native-looking headdress. Actually the appearance is formed by eroded clay in a valley in Alberta, Canada seen from the air.  People who have see this aerial shot have nicknamed what you see the "Badlands Guardian." Far clearer than those 'hidden picture' designs or the faces in pizza and grilled cheese sandwiches, even I can spot this one!  Pretty cool I think!

PS  If you think the guardian is wearing earphones, he is not.  The ear bud is actually an oil well, and the cord is a road. But wouldn't it make a great new commercial for iPods!

Image credit:, zmescience

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