Plane Faces, Tucson AZ

A typo, youthinks? You wonder whether I mean “plain faces”?

No, I have titled correctly. And my pareidoliac search for faces in inanimate objects finds new success, albeit of the after-the-fact variety. I noticed these faces when I was going through my photos, not when I was going through the Pima Air and Space Museum.

One’s a little smirky, I regret to report; the other reminds me of Jimmy Durante. See if you can figure out which is which . . .


Side-on view of nose of airplane with smirk.

Front-on view of airplane with large nose.


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8 Responses to Plane Faces, Tucson AZ

  1. Tom Watson says:

    Oh my goodness! How fascinating! That was exceedingly pareidoliac of you, Isabel, to find that.

  2. LOL. 😀
    I especially like the amateur paint job on the second one.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Barbara – I saw several airplanes with this odd paint job – I guess just to protect the (plexi?)glass.

  3. “Pareidoliac” starts an interesting chain of mind tricks that precede and merge with hallucination. I am very pleased to add these puzzle pieces to my inventory.

  4. Jim Taylor says:

    I dunno. I think the second looks more like a jock strap than a face.
    Jim T

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