Have you ever looked at an object and knew what it was but swore it resembled something else? Maybe it was an iron that looked like a fish or a stadium that looked like a flying saucer. This phenomenon is described as pareidolia, a psychological condition that allows us to see recognizable shapes in random objects. It’s like when you look up at the sky and swear you saw a dragon-shaped cloud. So here are some objects that look an awful lot like other things.So maybe the iron doesn’t have any shark teeth, but it can definitely leave some serious burn marks.
They’re like the kind of thing you’d expect to find inside one of Lady Gaga’s walk-in closets.
It curled into a ball, and someone put an orange in the middle, but all our brain can think of is “breakfast!”
This cow looks like it’s been spending too much time in cowter space. We’ll bet her milk is stellar!
The way the water froze in this ceramic pot could fool almost anyone at first glance.
Maybe it’s just a coincidence but the snow on this stick looks so much like a cat it’s practically meowing.
Watching those large eyes gawking back at you from that tree would ruin anyone’s picnic.
Be careful! It has a sword and isn’t afraid to use it. So, don’t step on it without proper footwear.
The shape of the cloud as it moves over these power lines makes it look like a violin.
What you’re actually seeing are flowers and not a bunch of glass wearing turkeys holding trays.
Actually, these are called coatis, which are members of the raccoon family indigenous to South America.
It’s tough boiling a potato that has a face that resembles your grumpy old granny or grandpa.
It’s actually the Gazprom Arena in St. Petersburg, Russia covered in fog. But doesn’t it look eerie?
Just look at all that detail. It’s like the map you see at the beginning of the film “Lord of the Rings.”
The clouds, the mountains, the sunset? It sure beats blaring music, litter, and broken car windows.
It’s actually the interior of a cheese grater, but it looks really cool when you get up close with a camera.
Then again, it could just be a panda that’s dressed up as an anteater to evade being recaptured.
The pears are grown in individual molds and they will end up looking like perfect Buddha statues when they mature.