Like optical illusions? Well, we’ve got one for you. Martin Wheeler Optometrists posted this drawing on their website and asked followers if they saw a frog or a horse:
The frog is pretty easy to spot. If you couldn’t see the frog, you might want to consult with Martin about your eyesight.
But the horse is a different matter. Can you spot it? I’ll give you some time to stare at the picture hopelessly.
Having some trouble? I’ll give you a hint. Check out that lily pad the frog is standing on. Anything about it look strange?
Still can’t find it? So, here’s the key: I only found the horse when I put my head sideways on my hand in frustration. So if you are having trouble, turn your phone. Yes, I am assuming you are reading this on your phone. If you are not, then just turn your head. It’s how I’m told people used to do it back in ye olden times.
OK fine, I’ll do it for you. See it now?
It’s a horse! Of course.
Speaking of “horse or frog,” here is your random fact of the day: Did you know that part of a horse’s hoof is called the frog? So technically, every time you see a horse, you see a frog. You can break that out with your friends and amaze and astound them! Or cause them to slowly back away from you and leave you standing by yourself awkwardly.
Want more optical puzzles? Of course you do.
Well, can you find the clear LEGO in this image from Amazon.com’s Facebook page?
Can you find the hidden circles in this picture, posted to Facebook by Nicholas J. Johnson?
How many triangles are in this image, anyway, posted to Twitter by @LOG!CFACE?
— LOGiCFACE (@logcface) August 6, 2017
How about this one? Is this guy on @iflscience looking at you or not?
This one from @optical_illusions_puzzles has to be turned upside down so you can see the joke.
Do you remember these magic eye pictures from the ’90s? This one’s from @eye.see.magic.
Can you find the snake?
Received this from a fellow HERper this morning. No caption needed, the task was implied: "can you spot the snake?" 🐍 pic.twitter.com/oVkjOm8ufy
— Helen Bond Plylar🐍👩🏼🔬 (@SssnakeySci) April 23, 2017
On second thought, NOPE. I do not want to find the snake, thank you very much.
[h/t: Little Things]