On December 1, children's author Giles Paley-Phillips tweeted this photo of a nondescript tree in an unknown forest.
A rudimentary reverse image search reveals that it's actually a fairly popular tree, with the photo being reposted on hundreds of websites over the years.
Different people exhibit different reactions to the photo. Some just see a sycamore tree, while others have more abstract interpretations:
This one dude, however, saw something COMPLETELY different:
Do you see it?
How about now?
If you did catch it, you're not the only one. Once the suggestion was out there in the universe, everyone started seeing it.
And a lot of them started questioning it too.
Fun fact – the human tendency to see faces and patterns in random things (like Jesus on a dog's butthole or indeed Modi on a tree) is called pareidolia, and it's a legit scientific phenomenon...
And if you ever needed an example of a great one, look no further!
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So did you see Modiji's face on the tree?