If you look closely, you can spot faces in the most unlikely places. While we have all seen what we thought was an apparition or a ghost lingering in the corner of the room, these unexpected faces are more on the endearing side as opposed to the terrifying one.
Twitter account Faces in Things is dedicated to finding faces in all manners of things. You won't believe how many buildings have eyes like shocked old men or the amount of veggies that appear pretty peeved.
Carrot 'bout to drop the healthiest verse of all time pic.twitter.com/WR8UQHNilw— Faces in Things (@FacesPics) February 14, 2018
Gnome spotted in the forest pic.twitter.com/EWIkpzBwOo— Faces in Things (@FacesPics) January 5, 2018
Binoculars happy to be frozen pic.twitter.com/qcmClMVYf5— Faces in Things (@FacesPics) January 7, 2018