You’re only given a little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it-Robin Williams

Sugar-cane-&-Turmeric

Nothing great in the above image.

The usual set of sugar cane and turmeric plants, mainly used during the celebration of the Makara Sankranti festival (dedicated to Sun God) annually during January month.

in the Southern state of Tamilnadu, the ritual of tying turmeric plants around the pot in which the rice is boiled with offerings that include coconut and banana in a dish and two sticks of sugar cane in the background is common.

As I was watching the rhizomes (the bulky root part of the plant), I felt something odd and I started imagining the head of Rhinoceros in the rhizome and I marked with an arrow.

I could make out its eye, mouth and horn. I arrow marked the same in the image below.

You may or may not agree, but I guess I am seeing a face in an inanimate object.

This phenomenon is known as PAREIDOLIA.

Macro-rhizomes

“The world of reality has its limits. The world of imagination is boundless” Jean Jacques Rousseau

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philo

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