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There. Maris has got it. No matter what we see our brains try to associate memories with visual input. You can live in Jackson Hole and look at AA's 'overlook' and say "I have a dozen like that at home.". On further inspection you may find that the perspective is different, undoubtedly that the sky isn't as threatening, there may b only caps or the Snake River is a comparable trickle in comparison.
Our brains take visual input and attempt to make its meaning pertinent, try and make us fit in with our surroundings. This is why one viewer will see 'Pepper #32' and admire it greatly and another will think KPepper, great' and move on.