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OPTICAL ILLUSIONS
An old woman or a young woman?
A woman’s face or a man playing the saxophone?
Two faces in profile or one face looking at you?
An eskimo or the face of an Indian?
Young lady – old lady!
Are you sure?
Which red circle is smaller? They are both the same.
The horizontal grey lines are parallel.
Which is longer AB or BC?   They are the same.
Look at the 4 dots in the middle for 30 seconds,then look at the ceiling. Do you recognise the face?
Can you see grey dots?They are not really there.
Which shape is taller? They are the same.
Can you see Don Quijote and Sancho?
Where is the woman sitting listening to the man with                   the guitar?
Are you looking up at the window or down at the                   window?
The horizontal lines are parallel.
Is the yellow dot nearer the top or the bottom of the                      triangle?                  It is equidistant.
Which of the vertical lines is longer?      Yes, they’re the same!
Can you see four profiles?
Did you spot the mistake?
Look at the central dot and move your head forwards                   and backwards.
Did you spot the 54 animals?
Can you stop it moving?Fix your eyes on one of the black dots?
Did you see the embracing couple?
What’s wrong with the cube?
Can you see two or three columns?
Rabbit or bird?
What word can you read in this face?
It’s not a spiral. Look again carefully.
Look at the central dot and the grey fog will begin to                      disppear.
Try to look at the black dots.         You can’t!
How many legs does this elephant have?
MORALDon’t always believe  what you see.     THE END
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  1. 1. OPTICAL ILLUSIONS
  2. 2. An old woman or a young woman?
  3. 3. A woman’s face or a man playing the saxophone?
  4. 4. Two faces in profile or one face looking at you?
  5. 5. An eskimo or the face of an Indian?
  6. 6. Young lady – old lady!
  7. 7. Are you sure?
  8. 8. Which red circle is smaller? They are both the same.
  9. 9. The horizontal grey lines are parallel.
  10. 10. Which is longer AB or BC? They are the same.
  11. 11. Look at the 4 dots in the middle for 30 seconds,then look at the ceiling. Do you recognise the face?
  12. 12. Can you see grey dots?They are not really there.
  13. 13. Which shape is taller? They are the same.
  14. 14. Can you see Don Quijote and Sancho?
  15. 15. Where is the woman sitting listening to the man with the guitar?
  16. 16. Are you looking up at the window or down at the window?
  17. 17. The horizontal lines are parallel.
  18. 18. Is the yellow dot nearer the top or the bottom of the triangle? It is equidistant.
  19. 19. Which of the vertical lines is longer? Yes, they’re the same!
  20. 20. Can you see four profiles?
  21. 21. Did you spot the mistake?
  22. 22. Look at the central dot and move your head forwards and backwards.
  23. 23. Did you spot the 54 animals?
  24. 24. Can you stop it moving?Fix your eyes on one of the black dots?
  25. 25. Did you see the embracing couple?
  26. 26. What’s wrong with the cube?
  27. 27. Can you see two or three columns?
  28. 28. Rabbit or bird?
  29. 29. What word can you read in this face?
  30. 30. It’s not a spiral. Look again carefully.
  31. 31. Look at the central dot and the grey fog will begin to disppear.
  32. 32. Try to look at the black dots. You can’t!
  33. 33. How many legs does this elephant have?
  34. 34. MORALDon’t always believe what you see. THE END

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