Mundane Monday – can you see a face?

Can you see a face here?


While out for a little walk I saw this rock on the side of the road.  I immediately saw a face in the rock, can you see it?

It’s just a rock, pretty bland and mundane, but interesting in its own way too, and that’s what it’s all about I’ve decided.

Seeing and noticing the little things!

Mundane Monday Challenge is hosted by PhoTrabloggeron a Monday and is ….a challenge created to find beauty in everyday mundane things…capture the beauty and upload the photographs. Feel free to join in!

I hope you enjoy your  Mundane Monday .

Deb 🙂

38 Replies to “Mundane Monday – can you see a face?”

      1. I also believe that we can still find beauty in mundane things. We just have to see things that’s more than what meets the eye. We can use other senses like sense of touch, smell, taste, etc.

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  1. Hello from England. Love the comment prompt.

    I can see a nose and left eye, possibly a mouth. We are pattern-forming animals, seeing patterns and particularly faces everywhere. Photography is about finding beauty in anything, however common. I came from the bootcamp.

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    1. Thanks Clare. I’m glad you can see the face too. It’s a bit of a longshot I know! I really enjoy finding the beauty in everyday things. I hope you enjoy the boot camp, it’s been a good first day.

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  2. Very interesting! I saw the face after squeezing my eyes shut for about 10 seconds and when I opened them, I could see it. Plain as day. I was so tickled with myself for finding it! It’s kind of like a challenge or a game…seeing things in every day objects. Usually I’m the last person to find it, but this time I did myself proud.

    Thanks for sharing your “Mundane Monday” find with us. Pretty cool 🙂

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    1. Yes it is a bit hard to see it but I’m glad you finally found it – thanks for persevering!! I like the finding the little everyday things and the beauty that we often miss by not seeing things.


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