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Last week I posted an image of a spot the object optical illusion and a lot of people absolutely loved it. It was the Camouflaged Chameleon optical illusion. So, since people absolutely fell in love with that post, I’ve decided that this week I’m going to do another one that is very similar to it. As we all know, nature photographers are great at capturing some of the most beautiful images you’re going to find on the internet or anywhere else, for that matter. Below, you’ll find a beautiful image that was taken by a very talented photographer.. or was it? Do you think this image was taken by a photographer or do you think someone that’s very talented with photoshop has manipulated the image? Scroll down to check it out.

Hidden Wolf in the Snow Optical Illusion

If you look at this image from a distance, it looks as if these just some random black lines on a white canvas, but if you look carefully, you’ll see that there is a wolf hidden in the picture above. Now, do you think this is a natural image that hasn’t been manipulated by someone with Photoshop skills or do you think it’s been altered? Let me know by leaving a comment in the area below this post. Either way, I think we can all agree that this is a beautiful picture. If you agree, you should rate this post by clicking on the stars below.

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6 Responses
  1. Rob says:

    It hasn’t been manipulated. It’s an award-winning photo by noted wildlife photographer Anna Henly: http://tinyurl.com/lmeqdsg

  2. Rob says:

    Also, it’s an Arctic fox–not a wolf. :)

  3. Don says:

    Arctic Fox

  4. Khoddah says:

    Wow , Amazing . tilt your head 90 degrees , it’ll be a bit clearer

  5. Mark says:

    I’m not sure I see the hidden fox/wolf. I do see the giant obvious one in the middle, but no others. That one is obvious because you don’t see two eyes and a nose hanging in mid air so you quickly realize they belong to the fox/wolf. So that one is extremely obvious and not hidden at all. But where is the other one? I looked at a distance, tilted head sideways, but don’t see the hidden one. How big is it? Is it above, below, left, or right of the big wolf/fox in the middle? All I see is a fox walking on snowy ground with some black sticks poking out of the snow.

  6. HTFCuddles says:

    Erm, this wasn’t your best work. I could see the wolf even when I was staring at it wile in another room.

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