There’s no denying it, surely you too can see the face on this rock on Beringbooding Rock. We went up there some time back, around 2008, and stayed at a wonderful farm stay called Watson’s Way. The owners suggested we go and have a wander round the local feature called Beringbooding Rock, a granite rock used from the 1930s as a water catchment site. They also suggested that we look out for this rock which has the side profile of a face, which can only be seen from this angle. It had a local nickname, but I can’t remember it, something like ‘John’s Nose’ or the like, well there he is, looking out on his domain.