Wasp Face

In 1933, Miss Winifred Mondeau found on her property a wasp’s nest that resembled a human face.

Newport News Daily Press - July 6, 1933

Some googling reveals that there’s a minor genre of wasp (and hornet) nests that resemble faces. The one below, for example, was found in the yard of Brenda Montgomery in 2017. Though it's not as good as the one from 1933.

     Posted By: Alex - Sat Feb 08, 2020
     Category: Insects and Spiders | 1930s | Pareidolia

"You can look just like this. Just mess around with us."
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 02/08/20 at 09:10 AM
Pareidolia is a powerful force.
Posted by Richard Bos on 02/08/20 at 10:19 AM
They are mocking us.
Posted by Judy on 02/08/20 at 11:35 AM
That modern nest reminds me a little of Ötzi.
Posted by Fritz on 02/08/20 at 06:40 PM
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