A reddit user posted photos that appear to be of ghizlane xoxo, a model and actress.
Adding to the confusion, the two women on the left are wearing black jeans. The second woman from the left has one leg completely hidden behind the other woman’s legs. If you look closely, you’ll see that a small part of her other leg is sticking out.
A few years ago, an ophthalmologist trainee in Horsham, Pennsylvania, tweeted an optical illusion that left some people speechless. When he focuses on a fixed point, the image disappears after about 30 seconds.
The tmz website was the first to report the photos.
In September, the Twitter account @WHS_Carpet brought us this amazing photo. While the floor is completely smooth, the carpet designer created large gaps between certain lines to add depth and create a crater effect, explained INSIDER’s Jacob Shamsian.
The development was first noticed by a developer and researcher named Nima Owji, who saw the “Your NFT is now your new avatar” announcement in an internal banner of the app that was not publicly available. Five days later, and after Owji thought that the advance was the announcement of a new collection of digital objects from Reddit, the function was confirmed by the same company through a statement sent to TechCrunch. It specifies that the first tests are being done internally and in small groups.
Some people speculate that the photos are from a paparazzi shoot.
Photography has been with us for more than a century, a time in which it has been evolving and changing. The oldest photos show us how the world looked at that time and reflect that what used to be scenes worth preserving are now somewhat sinister and even terrifying. This is a collection of images from yesteryear that will surely give you the odd chill.
If you’ve got an appetite for more examples, BusinessInsider has rounded up a mix of classic optical illusions, mystifying viral photos, and mind-bending effects that will make you bewildered, further explaining how our brains process and interpret things like color, peripheral vision, the size of objects and other issues.