Our teacher (she teaches psychology), was telling us about the ink-blot test (used to tell a person's personality). She was asking a girl (who volunteered) a few questions. She said that "it looked like a frog to her". So our teacher asked:
From where does it look like a frog to you? (She's asking exactly what part of that ink-blot appears to her as a frog)
Is the use of "from where" natural or should it be "where does it look like a frog to you"?