There’s a good reason why optical illusions are so popular throughout the globe.
Who among us doesn’t enjoy tinkering with their own point of view every once in a while?
Who doesn’t enjoy the exasperating mystery of not understanding something that others find simple?
Sometimes we find a riddle that really stumps us, and when that happens, it’s great to pass it along and see if anyone else can, for lack of a better term, “crack the code.”
Well, such a picture has recently appeared online… one where everyone involved is racking their brains and trying to figure out what the heck is going on. Test your ability to see what the majority of people miss.
The above image is a classic optical illusion that is just as difficult to understand at first glance.
The best thing about such optical illusions, of course, is that once you figure out how they work, you can never fall for them again.
This image conceals another image within itself. What do you notice when you look at it?
What, no frog? Is that a horse you see? Have you noticed both?
In the first two cases, we have some information for you. Although both are present in the picture, you may only be able to make one of them out.
Almost everyone can pick out the frog in the picture… However, the difficulty lies in locating the horse. Look more closely.
Don’t see it yet? Yes, we will provide a clue.
Only the horse’s head and neck are shown in the picture.
Are we there yet? What, no?
Right … stop by the lily pad and take a peek – Do you agree that it has an unusual feel to it?
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Still looking for it? The frog, then, is the body of the horse. Keep it in mind and give it another shot. Have fun!
Were you able to spot the horse and frog independently?
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