Do you see faces in everyday objects? You’re not the only one.

Perhaps I’m not meant to plan. This one, where I thought I’d post something each day, certainly isn’t working, but then …

I’m enjoying other stuff so I guess that’s good. I decided to put out some fun things I do based on the fact that I see faces, and images of people, everywhere I look. On different floorings (cork and ceramic tiles are a nightmare for this), in different textures, and in food. There’s a lot more but that’s just to give an idea.

So to liven up Saturday night here’s three foodie people that have graced my plate over the last few years.

Here’s a cheeky pickled onion, straight out of the jar and definitely not thinking that being eaten was the best idea he’d considered that day.
An extremely cross meringue dessert. Don’t even think about eating me!
I have to admit that this little fella is a tale of two halves.
Once cut in half I saw the face so made a reflected image and put them together. There is no manipulation other than flipping and moving and I left a slight gap top and bottom to show this. I think it’s absolutely adorab
le – and fun.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my Saturday Scene fun photos. Please comment, share, or like if you have. I’d love to know if they make you chuckle too – and whether you seen faces in everyday objects.

Being creative is the mainstay of my life, and poetry, prose, and photography is where I express my deepest emotions. I also enjoy the challenge of design and create jewellery, fabric bags, and garments and home items in yarn. Diagnosed with ASD at the age of 68 after fifty years in and out of the mental health system, I now aim to explore and share my experiences over these years. Apart from blogs and short articles I'll share my life in my verse and images.

2 thoughts on “Do you see faces in everyday objects? You’re not the only one.

  1. Hahah these are brilliant! 😂I do wonder how serious people are when they think they’ve seen Jesus in a slice of burnt toast. But I often see faces in things like patterns floors (perhaps because I start staring and going a bit cross-eyed?), so I’ll have to check if there’s a smiley face waiting for me the next time I cut into a red onion! 😂
    Caz xx

    • Be careful what you wish for … 😉 It is amazing what’s inside a simple veggie. As for your question, methinks some are frighteningly serious. One step away from flat earth. Or perhaps on it. Grab fun wherever you can is a great motto. Sometimes serious sucks.
      BTW Thanks for book recommendations – shall comment later. Have a restful night.
      Maz xx

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