Our first visual impression of anything comes from our eyes. The images travel to the brain, which tries to interpret them into useful information to helps us understand what we are looking at. This all happens incredibly fast and sometimes our brains can not keep up with what the eyes perceive.
But what happens when we think we see something that may not be accurate? Then you get confused, and maybe that’s why optical illusions have fascinated humanity throughout the ages.
Below, we can see an optical illusion that has gained a lot of traction online. Can you find the naked woman hiding in the picture?
Optical illusions, or visual puzzles, put our senses to the test. They show something that at first glance looks completely ordinary, but the more you look at it, the more details you discover.
A breathtaking work of art
Jörg Düsterwald works as a body painter and with the help of skilled photographers they try to unite the human body with nature.
But can one really make man and nature seamlessly merge? The answer is a resounding yes – and the results are absolutely breathtaking!
Many of Jörg’s incredible illusions have spread like wildfire online – probably because only a fraction manage to find the people hiding in these beautiful nature pictures.
Find the naked woman
Now we will test how sharp your eyes are. Below, there is a photo containing a naked woman hiding – can you find her?
Study the picture very carefully and you will soon find this sneaky woman.
Do you see her? If not, you can see the answer after the picture below.
The answer is here
If you did not manage to find the naked woman, here is a zoomed-in picture that reveals where she is hiding.
There she is!
Did you find her? Then give yourself a well-deserved pat on the back. Marvelous!
Now challenge your friends by pressing that SHARE button below!
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