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Second “Monster” Face Sighted in Snow

  Last week we posted a photo from a reader of what looks like a face in the ice of a frozen creek in Washington State. Another reader, Katie Curnew, saw that post and emailed us the above image. Curnew told us via email, “My mom and I went for a snow hike with cameras...

A face in the snow? Photo: Katie Curnew

 

Last week we posted a photo from a reader of what looks like a face in the ice of a frozen creek in Washington State. Another reader, Katie Curnew, saw that post and emailed us the above image.

Curnew told us via email, “My mom and I went for a snow hike with cameras at Marble Mountain just by the ski resort, where there is a waterfall [in Newfoundland, Canada]. We thought it looked like a face so we took a pic of it! It was not photoshopped or anything haha I’m just a beginner photographer.”

Katie, even if you are a beginner photographer, you have a good eye! Thanks for sharing.

Which face is more surprising, do you think? (And please share yours.) It’s still hot and dry across most of the country, so we can use some chill relief.

Again, here’s a detail of the above picture to make it more clear:

Photo: Face in snow detail
Detail of above picture. Photo: Katie Curnew

(Check out our recent photos of drought across the U.S.>>)

 

Brian Clark Howard is an Environment Writer and Editor at National Geographic News. He previously served as an editor for TheDailyGreen.com and E/The Environmental Magazine, and has written for TheAtlantic.com, FastCompany.com, PopularMechanics.com, Yahoo!, MSN, Miller-McCune and elsewhere. He is the co-author of six books, including Geothermal HVACGreen Lighting and Build Your Own Small Wind Power System.

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