Ambiguous illusions are illusions
where you can see two or more
pictures in the same picture. Here
are a few.
Do you see a young woman or
an old woman?
If you don't see the old lady
treat the necklace as the mouth and
the young ladies chin is the
nose of the old lady.
If you cant see the young lady
treat the old ladies nose as her chin and her mouth as the young ladies
This is a hard one!
The old man is easy to see but
if you can't see the couple kissing here is an
explanation. Treat the left eye
as the boy's hair. The old man's nose is the girls face. The lips are their
arms and the beard below the lips are the girls dress. The left part of
the beard is the boy's cape. See it?
What is this? An Indian chief
or an Eskimo?
If you can't see the Eskimo,
treat the Indian's nose as the Eskimo's arm and the ear as the Eskimo's
arm. If you can't see
the Indian treat the Eskimo's crease in his hood as the Indian's eye and
the Eskimo's fur and the shadow as the Indian's head dress. Then
treat the Eskimo's coat as the face.
Can you see them both?
Is this a man playing a saxaphone
or a ladies face?
If you can't see the ladies
face treat the man's chin as one eye and the blotch floating in the air
as the other eye. Treat the end of the saxaphone as her chin and the mans
body as the shadow at the side of her face. For those of you who can't
see the man paying the sax here's how. Treat the woman's chin as the end
of the of sax and the woman's left eye as the man's chin. The shaded part
of the woman's face is the man's body. Do you see both of them?
Is this a rabbit or a
duck. If you don't see the duck treat the rabbit's ears as his bill.
If can't see the rabbit treat
the duck's bill as the rabbit's ears. Can you see both?
Is this man a liar? How can
you tell? For those of you who can't see the word Liar here is how.
Look at the picture so that
the man's face points down. Then read the word Liar
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