And we agree with you. That is, until you tilt your head slightly to the left (we'll rotate the picture for you, so you don't alarm your classmates/coworkers/fellow private citizens on the bus):
National/Peter Bardsley via Daily Mail
Turn it back! TURN IT BACK!
Clearly, clearly, that is the face of a titanic undead ogre who has risen from the dimension of howling bones to devour us all.
In reality, what appears to be the image of death incarnate is Hodge Close Quarry, a massive slate excavation in England's Lake District. Because having the appearance of the last thing all humans see when they depart this world isn't enough of a deterrent, the quarry has become a favorite destination of climbers and divers alike, and its icy, 150-foot-deep waters have lived up to the quarry's lethal appearance on at least three occasions ... a tidbit which here means "there are almost assuredly sunken corpses littering the silt beneath the unblinking eyes of this grave lord."