Punakaiki is a very small community on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. It is home to the Panckae Rocks which are heavily eroded limestone. In this photograph the rocks appear to have formed into faces. The rocks are eaten away by the wind, rain and sea over hundreds, if not thousands of years. I think the most obvious shape is on the right, what appears to be the head of a rat or mouse. You may be able to see many more faces or shapes.