Natural Bridge Falls State Park on the Boulder River south of Big Timber, Montana.
That is very nice…beautiful capture.
Nice sharp image. I can see a face to the left of the waterfall.
It’s funny how we always want to see faces in . . . just about everything.
Pareidolia: The psychological phenomenon that causes some people to see a vague or random image as something significant, such as an imagined face. Cosmologist, Carl Sagan, felt it was a survival tool in being able to recognize faces at a distance and determine if they were friend or foe. Some artists use this human trait to create symbolism in their art; as I have done here. I wondered who the person would be to see the waterfall face? In general, more creative types see faces immediately. Congrats, you were the first!