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  • Writer's picturecheryl mendenhall

Seeing Faces

Halloween brings out our inclination to see ourselves in the world around us. We impose human faces on twisted tree trunks, old houses, and pumpkins, with comic, sometimes unnerving, results.

Last summer my husband and I hiked to a spot outside Twillingate, Newfoundland named Nanny’s Cove. I could guess why. Can you?

Hint: stare at the rocks on the right side of the hill.

How about now?

That’s one creepy Mary Poppins.

Happy haunting, everyone.

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