Do you see one or more faces in this section of weathered Aztec Sandstone within the Gold Butte National Monument1 site known as Little Finland. If so, you may be a neurotic with Pareidolia, the phenomenon of seeing patterns in a random object or faces in weird places.
"While pareidolia was at one time thought to be related to psychosis, it’s now generally recognized as a perfectly healthy tendency. Some anthropologists have even suggested it may have played a role in helping people in ancient societies make sense of the chaos of the world."2
OK, now do you see one or more faces?