Posted: 22 Nov 2015 09:31 AM PST
Anyone get any snow yet? Here it is, the end of November, and we still haven’t gotten any snow. It’s crazy, I tell ya! At this time of year, we’re normally knee deep in it, but all I see now is green, green grass, dead trees, and mud. It’s gross, and I almost miss the snow. Almost.
Since I can’t have snow outside, I figured I can have a little snow here in the mornings. So, I found a fun dog in the snow illusion to bust your brain a bit…
It’s a giant dog in the snow illusion! This dog is so big that his handler can actually ride him!
Okay, so maybe that’s not entirely accurate, but it probably tricked your brain a bit at first. I know it did mine. The angle and timing of the photograph just makes it appear as though the man is riding the dog through the snow. Since the man is farther behind the dog in the background, he also looks smaller. To top it all off, the red color of the dog’s harness matches the red of the man’s jacket.
How did you like this giant dog in the snow illusion? Love it or hate it, take a moment to rate it below!
If you liked this giant dog in the snow illusion, head over and check out this polar bear relaxing on a tree branch!
Posted: 21 Nov 2015 11:01 AM PST
Good morning! I hope everyone out there is enjoying their weekend. I will later, but I have a ton of work to catch u on at the moment.
Today, I bring you a fun faces optical illusion. Take a look at it this faces optical illusion—how many faces do you see?
I don’t know about you, but I see three faces. The first face is the profile of a young woman wearing a hat. You can see that she’s looking to the left, and you can see her eye, nose, and chin on the left side of this faces optical illusion. The second face I saw was that of the older gentleman with a large nose. This man is looking to the right, and the big brown object at the bottom of this face illusion is a mustache. If you’re having trouble seeing this one, try covering the woman’s face.
After I found the two initial faces in this illusion, the third and final face caught my eye. This one’s a little harder to see than the other faces, for me at least. The nose on the third face is also the chin of the young woman. I think the third face also shares an eye with the second face.
And there you have it—three faces in one!
If you liked this three faces optical illusion, head over and see if you can spot both of the faces here!
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