Several weeks ago I stumbled upon an amusing article on a museum displaying pebbles and rocks resembling human faces, situated in Chichibu, Japan. The stones are called jinmenseki (珍石) and one should be able to recognise human faces in their naturally occurring dents and holes.
(Presented at “Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the Last 12,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes IV” conference held at Kiel University, March 24 - 27, 2015)
Historicity and chronological puritanism:
are we ever going to acknowledge the historical dimension of human landscapes?
Topographic networks: a new approach to topographic position analysis and modelling of topographic ontologies
(abstract of a conference paper presented at TheoQant conference held in Besançon, 20 - 22 may 2015 [abstract book here])