I love looking at rocks, big and small, mountains and cliffs, and try to discover the hidden shapes within them. Some shapes are very obvious, others are harder to spot, even when you help people trying to see them.

Here’s a large boulder I found while enjoying a walk in Idyllwild County Park in the town of Idyllwild, California. To me, the hidden face in the rock is very obvious but I often wonder how many people walk by it and never notice it.

Click on the photo of the hidden face in the rock for larger view.

Photo of a hidden face in the rock

Photo of a hidden face in the rock

A few months ago, I was hiking in Mission Trails Regional Park in San Diego, California, when I looked up at the cliffs facing me on the side of the trail.

That’s when I spotted it. The hidden head profile in the rocks. It’s facing left, with its big nose and big brow. But then a friend of mine mentioned the dog. What dog, I asked? The one on the right of the face, he replied. Well, I’ll be damned, I did see the dog as clear as day after he mentioned it. And it’s cute too.

Take a look at this photo of the man’s hidden face and the dog’s hidden face and let me know if you spot them too.

Photo of a man's face and his dog in the rock - Mission Trails, San Diego, California

Photo of a man’s face and his dog in the rock – Mission Trails, San Diego, California

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About Milka Pejovic

I'm a freelance writer, artist and photographer. I write mostly for business, not enough for pleasure, and I take a lot of pictures of the world around me.

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