Dave, It's fascinating. First, it looks like a "natural" duotone in red and blue. Is that even possible? Then, there's the mystery of what the face could be: A painting? But to get paint to adhere to the side of that piling seems a difficult task at best. A supernatural vision? Then how could you photograph it? The ruins -- if that's what they are -- on out in the water add to the mystery.
Great shot -- because it grows on you as you look at it. Did it strike you at once? Or, like my girl in the circle, did the significance sink in over time? I find that happens fairly often: I make a quick shot, not really thinking when I trip the shutter, seeing something that seems incidental, sort of in my peripheral vision, but image-worthy, and then, find myself coming back to it again and again. Here's an example from 2001, which I think everybody on LuLa has seen before, shot with a 3 MP Olympus point-and-shoot. I was walking down the street at night and saw something that made me turn on the camera I always carry, and shoot. I walked on and didn't think much more about it, but later I found myself coming back to the image again and again.
By the way, this kind of thing proves once more that unless you're shooting something like landscape (in which case you should be using at least an 8 x 10 view camera) equipment doesn't matter.