“The more you look, the less you see” describes many of these pictures.
Some look absolutely normal at first glance until you look at them again. Every one of these pictures is not exactly as you perceive them upon first seeing them. Some require some brainpower, while some will make you laugh. Be entertained!
Where Is His Head?
It took me some time to figure this out. Well, let me save you the stress. He has his hoodie over his head and turned away from the window. If you look closely enough, you might spot his eyes.
I’m sure you are seeing teens in blue, red, and green polos. Shocker? This is a white and black photograph. Only the lines are colored. Look closely, and you will see. Truly, what you “see” is what your brain predicts the reality to be, given the information it gets.
Cat In A Leather Jacket
That’s what you thought as well, right? Actually, if you look closely, it’s more like the lady is sitting on a leather chair with the cat photobombing from behind her.
Where Is The Baby’s Head?
Nah, it’s not a headless baby. Look a little more closely, and you will see it just beside his daddy’s face. Even with this tip, how long is it taking you to see it?
Two Different Legs?
What do you think?
The State Of His Body
Truly a museum of illusions. Stress not. The cubicle was painted to match the walls.
At first glance, I thought one lady was lying on the other. Then, I thought maybe one was squatting slightly with the other upside down with her feet up. I finally realized my first thought was right.
Can You See The Male Bride?
The focus is not on the lady in white. Can you see it now? That fountain formed the perfect wedding gown for him.
Want To Walk Here?
I would love to walk here. 3D illusions.
Floating Prime Minister
At first glance, I believed so too. But, upon a closer look, I saw his right foot down and his left foot in the air. The other foot in between? That’s a third person’s feet raised up.
The Sun In His Tail
Wow. So beautifully captured. I have heard of harnessing the wind but never the sun.
Upper Body Only?
So I thought. Look closely and you will see his lower body in jeans matching the water.
Captain “Tiny Arm” And Baby Sidekick “Mega Hand”
Well, look a little more closely and you’ll see that the baby has his elbow on his father’s arm with his fists in his mouth.
Well, let me explain this one too. Those seven individuals who seem to be on the spoon are standing at a distance. The spoon was positioned so that it looks like they are standing on it.
It looks like a flying rock right? More like a flying paper bag.
Wait For It
I was already trying to come up with a scientific explanation for this until I saw the end.
Straw Or Joint?
What did you see first? The wood on the floor looking like a joint she’s holding or the straw? I saw the straw first.
Can You Spot It?
The neck pillow is looking like it has a lip pointing in a certain direction. Well, it’s just a neck pillow, and those are likely tips to pull on to adjust it. What did you think it was?
I guess you’ve forgotten what an iPhone 5 looks like.
Is That A Painting?
Actually, I thought it was the dad in the painting until I looked a little closer. Spotted his legs now? His shirt just coincided with the painting.
What’s Up With That Dog?
Oh, it’s a log of wood behind him. Thought he was cut in two at first glance.
He Wasn’t Doing Whatever You Thought He Was Doing
That looks like a scarf around her waist not his legs.
Can you spot the intruder?
They look lovely, don’t they? Look at his shoes.
This Needs More Than A Little Focus
It’s either this was done on purpose to get our attention or the marketing and editing team needs more than a little attention.
Spot The Uncle
Took me a few seconds to find his face too. But, he’s there. Don’t give up.
And Everyone Was Still Smiling?
What do you think? Puking or eating?
Where Are You Legs Atta-girl?
Oh, the leggings! They match the floor tiles so well.
New Hair Trend?
Nah, that’s a spider. Shoot!
That child has some long legs. No, that mom has some short ones. You figure it out. My head is spinning from these lovely ladies.