The entire landscape at Mawrth Vallis is an amazing work of art - whether created randomly by geological action, or influenced by intelligent design (or both). While the Hirise image
gives us a false color pattern, the colors of the clay and other material on the ground are in high contrast to one another, and produce incredibly beautiful scenes.
The image below is a screenshot I grabbed from theerdd's
youtube video called Evidence enough?
This one intrigued me enough to investigate the area further.
The colors and contrast are so extremely different from most of the images of Mars I have studied, I thought the picture had been altered or was artwork of some sort. As it turns out, the whole of the landscape of Mawrth Vallis looks like great artwork. The colors and textures are amazing.
It is truly hard to grasp that we are looking at the ground, and not at framed pieces of art at a museum.
It is as if Pablo Picasso
applied his paintbrush to the Martian landscape.
Let's consider the possible involvement of intelligent design in influencing some of these patterns.
The image above appears to contain artistic representations of the faces of what are widely called alien grays (or "greys"). Take a look at the face in the near middle of the picture. the area where the white rock should continue to form the top of the head is actually marked by a circle in the soil which would complete the head. The eye sockets are deeply set, and appropriately positioned. There is a small nose with tiny nostrils, and a mouth.
Just above the eye on our left, we see a nested repetition of the larger alienlike face.
Many large faces have nested images of faces buried within them.
Some appear more human looking, like this mound.
Some of the faces are not as obvious, and are more easily attributed to being formed by a random chance of nature.
Below is a fairly unusual form, even from an anomalist's point of view. This one appears to be a fully formed face, rising vertically from the ground.
The above pictures are taken from a Hirise image located at Mawrth Vallis 24°37'54.62"N, 20°55'27.12"W.
Special thanks to theerdd for showing me this area in his video "Evidence Enough." Hirise images courtesy of NASA/JPL/University of Arizona.