Today’s Odd Puzzle

Yesterday, I posted a Green Man. Today, I rather think I’m posting another. Can you see him, hidden in the bark of this old tree?

For Becky’s Square Odds.

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

57 thoughts on “Today’s Odd Puzzle”

    1. Oh goodness. Pictures-in-the-ceiling, clouds etc are in the eye of the beholder. Looking toward the left of the image, I can see two eyes, then a nose below them, then a beard underneath. My husband can’t see anything either!

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    1. Well, this is turning out to be a challenge of the imagination. I can sort of see Sandra’s horse, but your bird defeats me. Really, I can only see my twinkly-eyed Green Man!

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      1. The triangular shape is his head and beak, pointing down towards the bottom right-hand corner. You can see his eye almost in the centre of the square!


  1. After reading the comments, I can kind of make out your man. But I’m seeing an eagle’s beak and eye surrounded by clouds or a busy background. Great photo for today. ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€


  2. You’re proving the evolutionary biologists correct with your challenge. I read on Ms Google that ‘pareidolia’, the process of seeing a face (or other familiar things) from randomness is essential to how our brains function. In your photo the long sheep’s face, the squashed up gnome-like face and, also, that squirrel on a branch with his tail up in the air, are all examples of our fabulous biological diversity. ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ (You need to do that squinty thing with your eyes to see the squirrel!)

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