The Pareidolia Collection is a series of photos of perceived facial images found in beach rocks, taken by Ian Blake at Marino Rocks in Adelaide. Marino Rocks is a where a cliff face meets the ocean which, when the tide goes out, exposes an amazing kaleidoscope of rocks of all colours, shapes and sizes. This unique coastal area feels as old as time itself and whilst walking over the rocks, facial images present themselves, surrendering their lost souls, finally discovered after lying dormant for millions of years, to the click of a camera. Let your imagination run wild as you submerge yourself in the world of Pareidolia.
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