DSC07101 X-3D "the Dark Side of the Rocks" ;) 5/26/08 - SW view

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Volkan Yuksel on June 10, 2008

I don't know about you folks but I am still seeing many scary faces on these rocks especially near to the left side and a female lion nearly in the middle... Sorry, even my camera was so excited it apparently couldn't succeeded on autofocus. And again, thanks to Donna MacCray for her contributions.

From this experience, I've proved to myself once more that, human brain is ready to make serious unreal associations with what it perceives. As we all know, this associations are product of our intelligence. But, if our brain could so easily disconnect us from the real reality, how can we call ourself intelligent?

© Sonny☼Funny on June 24, 2008

Maybe just BECAUSE the human brain does so!

Those faces are really amazing!

Volkan Yuksel on June 24, 2008

Sonny, we can call ourself all we want but the fact remains :) Thank you for sharing my thrill ;) Cheers, Volkan

© Sonny☼Funny on June 25, 2008

Laughter, tears and imgaination separates us from the animal. The latter guides us to good or evil. And to add some confusion the difference is not the same for all of us "human" beings.

Take care, Sonny

Volkan Yuksel on June 29, 2008

Sonny, I don't think we can just separate ourself as you described just because we have more brain cells and a hand that can hold objects. Yes our 100billion brain cells have other unique aspects that I don't feel comfortable disclosing here. But at this time, us being unable to fully probe the other intellectuals in the planet doesn't make them dumb or give us right to declare ourselves as their master. For many thousands of years, we've been forcing ourselves or others to hide our true identity by hair cut, shaving, make up, dress, colone, using bathroom, ethics... I know at first it is not so easy to live with that consideration in mind and knowing that we are not special :) Cheers, Volkan

© Sonny☼Funny on June 29, 2008

Oh my - not only misspelling but not really able to express myself what I wanted to say!LOL But I know that I'm definitely nobody's master - never was and never wanted to be! Cheers, Sonny

Volkan Yuksel on June 30, 2008

Thats OK Sonny, I think nearly all mammals are very good with estimation, however spelling or measuring is just a quantization which we are not as good by default :)

I wonder whether or not you've seen nearly the side view of a female lion with black ears, eyes and black forehead in near upper mid section?

Cheers, Volkan

Sue Allen on September 27, 2008

I can't see scary faces on these rocks, your imagination is more vivid than mine, but I did come across some faces on Spuggy's site the other day, which she didn't mention herself, but which you are bound to see, if I did!

Very best wishes to you,

sue

Volkan Yuksel on October 4, 2008

Hi Sue, Sonny and I see scary faces mostly on the left side of the scene. I also see a female lion face toward the center. I hope you can see them as well :) Cheers, Volkan

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Volkan Yuksel
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