Pillar-like aerial roots support a massive spreading limb of a Lord Howe Island Banyan (Ficus macrophylla ssp. columnaris) at the San Diego Zoo. In its native habitat, a single tree of this species can cover one acre of land.
Pareidolia is a mental phenomenon that allows us to see faces and other objects in completely unrelated settings. Here we have rounded-up a set of pictures that have faces peering at us from unexpected sources.