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When Did You Last See Something That Easily Tricked Your Eyes? Here’s a Fresh Compilation

We trust our senses when we are learning something about the world. However, objects often look like something else, creating illusions, and confusing us. Do giants really exist? Can birds take selfies? In this article, we have collected photos that will trick your imagination.

Bright Side has collected 25 pictures that can make you doubt your own vision. And at the end of the article, there is a bonus showing that plants can be really scary.

World's tallest tram

The classroom was narrow, so we put the desks upright.

A log that looks like a horse's head

My pudding dirt cup had a mini shovel for a spoon

"Birdie taking a selfie"

Rare elephant strawberry

These clouds that look like waves

This rock that looks like a loaf of bread with a bite taken out

My friend looks like a giant.

The reflections in my sunglasses look like eyes.

This shadow of a plant looks like a child on a swing


This cake at my friend's restaurant looks like a zoomed out image of an island.

A power plant and a soccer match split screen

The ground froze last night, and it looks like a tiny ice forest being logged.

The way my watercolors dried in my palette and made a mini painting

This popcorn kernel looks demonic.

This rock shark in Naxos, Greece

A rubber-ducky-shaped mango pudding dessert

What's her lipstick color?

The building goes on forever.

This painting isn't a flat screen TV...

"The world in my cup"

"My chicken tender looks like a dolphin"

Peeled aloe vera

Bonus: this is not a bird hatching, this is a fungus called Octopus Stinkhorn.

This is how it will look when it hatches.

Which of the photos did you like the most? Do you have photos like these in your collection? Share them in the comment section below!

Preview photo credit ForTheSwarm, goldcanary
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