Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Stone trolls, part II

Here are more photos of lava formations with faces in them. They're hardly prime specimens of photography, but I love to look at them and try to count the faces, especially in the last one. The first two are from Dimmuborgir, a magnificent lava field near lake Mývatn that is full of strange and contorted rock formations, and the third is from Hellisgerði, a lovely little public park in Hafnarfjörður.


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This one looks a bit squashed, but you can see features: one eye open, one closed, a nose and a mouth. There's also a fish monster. How many other faces can you see?


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This one reminds me a bit of Jabba the Hutt, but there is also an orc profile.


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This one has a certain resemblance to the Easter Island stone giants, and I can see several other faces.


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