Have to say I was a bit disappointed when I saw you recent comments regarding my previous post shameless plugin. I have to admit I should’ve been more careful in which way I was going to share the #news I was so proud of. Perhaps you’re right – even if this is my blog about illusions, [...]
This optical illusion picture was taken from the Little Giant Book of Optical Illusions by Keith Kay, where it was originally presented as a puzzling pattern containing hidden black and white cows. As easy it was for me to spot the one hidden cow in it (what’s with all them cow illusions?!), I was never [...]
There was this cow… everybody knew she was special, but no one could say why. She wasn’t particularly good at math, she didn’t produce world’s best milk, she didn’t have any connection with world’s most famous chocolate brand to push her in showbiz, yet even in her early days she showed great talent for optical [...]
Noah Robin sent in what appears to be a Hindu motive obtained from the ceiling of the Rameshwaram Temple in Rameshwaram, India. Noah was right when he presumed this one seems to be along our lines. My question to you is whether the head portrayed below belongs to an elephant or is it cow’s head [...]
Can you detect a hidden “illusion“ in these two photographs? It shouldn’t be too hard, and the illusion is quite similar in both images. It took me few seconds before I figured the cow one, so decided to share with you to test your senses. The only problem with these two, is once you figure [...]
So I did something extremely important today. I have upgraded this WordPress blog to the newest 2.8.4 security update, just to make sure we’re safe from newest hacker attacks (more here). It took me more than I imagined. After all the work has been done, I had to make sure everything still functions properly. By [...]
Can you guess what does this image show? No? Don’t worry, it isn’t one of those Sigmund Freud testing cards. I can assure you it is actually an original (old) photograph, made in black and white technique, and wasn’t digitally tempered in any way. The solution is quite simple, in fact.