“The artist is a collector of things imaginary or real. He accumulates things with the same enthusiasm that a little boy stuffs his pockets. The scrap heap and the museum are embraced with equal curiosity. He takes snapshots, makes notes and records impressions on tablecloths or newspapers, on backs of envelopes or matchbooks. Why one thing and not another is part of the mystery, but he is omnivorous.” Paul Rand, A Designer’s Art
“Nothing and no one is perfect. It just takes a good eye to find those hidden imperfections.” Daphne Delacroix
Can you see the face? I took this image back in 2008 at Masaya Volcano National Park, Nicaragua. I was reading online that it has 2 volcanos and 5 craters. This volcano is active and is a main touristic spot. In fact it is very easy to visit. You can ride on your car (from the main entrance is just a few minutes to reach the crater), you will get to a parking spot and from there walk a few steps to get a peek of the crater and its surroundings. Although on this image is hard to envision the volcano, it offers a closer look of the rocks. And I see what I call a face on the rock. Seen from the side it has one eye, a long nose, a long chin and a mouth. I hope you can see it too.