Date of discovery: Dec 22, 2016
Location of discovery: Mars sol 1553
Camera: NAVcam Right B, taken Dec 18, 2016 18:39:35 UTC
Source 1: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/01553/opgs/edr/ncam/NRB_535356947EDR_D0592866TRAV00525M_.JPG
Source 2: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/01553/opgs/edr/ncam/NRB_535356895EDR_D0592860TRAV00525M_.JPG
Source 3: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/proj/msl/redops/ods/surface/sol/01553/opgs/edr/ncam/NRB_535356846EDR_D0592854TRAV00525M_.JPG
The hard thing about black and white photos is that its even more difficult for the mind to decern important detail. This is why NASA publishes these photos in black and white. Because they know that most people only see rocks. You need to train your brain to make it out. I have been debating if I should teach this or not, because what if NASA starts teaching what I instructed? Then what? I'm helping NASA so we never find artefacts again? No...I'm not ready for that. NASA has stolen my work before and used the discoveries to edit their photos using photoshop. Click here to view that post.
This one photo has not one, but three or more faces that just stand out like a drive through Jack In The Box Face staring right at you. These are close, and two of them are wearing a hat. One...a globular face has no hat, but its skin is very wrinkled, my favourite one of them all.
Scott C. Waring