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Double Vision Surreal Portraits

Artist Alex Garant has recently revealed a new series of disturbing paintings. We don’t know if these women are mutant with multiple eyes and distorted faces or if it’s our eyes which have visions. A selection of these hypnotic canvas is to discover in images.

Groombridge Place

Groombridge Place: This perfectly preserved moated house on the Kent-Sussex border is not just another theme park. In the Enchanted Forest itself there are the things families seem to love, such as adventure walkways in a double spiral, with pigs and deer running abound. The park's creator, Ivan Hicks, has even carved his own face into a tree." www.bradtguides.com

Bipolar Disorder - people who suffer with this disorder choose the "face" that others will see enabling them to hide their emotions and cover up.

A tough but honest concept: friendship is a two way street and I am learning to wave goodbye to those who are on a one lane road.

Alderley Edge Park

Alderley Edge, Cheshire, England has been a sacred site for thousands of years and has many legends attached to it. A natural spring is situated in the wood below the sandstone cliff which is carved with a bearded face and the following words: “Drink of this and take thy fill, for the water falls by the wizards will.” - ( :

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Kew Gardens Great institution: Kew Gardens began life in 1728 and has since grown to include the Water Lily House seen here. One of the world's most beautiful public parks, and right at the forefront of tackling the urgent problems facing us as a result of climate change.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/gardening/article-1200333/Join-Kew-Londons-greatest-botanical-garden-just-collection-trees.html#ixzz2Cdjb4jYt Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook