What seem like abstract landscape portraits are actually naturally occurring patterns in a variety of the Chalcedony gemstone (composed of finely grained quartz) known, understandably as ‘landscape agate’.
No wait. Papua New Guinea.
Niall O’Keefe tweetz:
Rocky island off the Kilkee cliff walk, Co. Clare
Representations of famous artworks spawned from the artificial neural network released earlier this month by Google in an attempt to show how computers ‘view’ the world by recognising and emphasising patterns in otherwise abstract shapes.
It’s a little like the human phenomenon of pareidolia except with more nightmare fuel.
Merrion Square park, Dublin 2.
John Horan tweetz:
…..angry tree cut down in Merrion Square …
Previously: An Puddleacht
(Thanks Terry Rickard)
As I was WhatsApping a couple of mates abroad about Martin McG’s unfortunate situation I noticed the steak I was about to slap onto the pan was shaped as the motherland herself, head and all…