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Carnival Optical Illusion

I like this image for two reasons. One is obvious the giant hand holding the ferris wheel. The second reason is less obvious. Some of you may actually notice some anomalous motion in this image.

Tell me, if you think you notice motion leave a comment telling me if you see clockwise or counter-clockwise motion.


Mas é tão pequenininha..., originally uploaded by jutmartins.







9 comments:

whittaker135 said...

i see some motion in a counter clockwise direction, but not much

Walt said...

That's what I saw too. Motion in the counter-clockwise direction. Photos rarely exhibit this type of illusion.

Anonymous said...

the photographer put his fingers infront of the lense while he was standing at a distance from the fairis wheel

walt said...

Thanks for playing I was struggling to figure this out :)

Anonymous said...

I saw a it going in a counter clockwise direction

Anonymous said...

it was going clockwise, it took it a while to get started

Folqueraine said...

That's interesting, because I don't see it moving at all! Where do you have to look to see the motion? In the dead center? Or the background?

Daniel said...

Juass, I think walt said that the picture has motion so everybody could see it when actually there's no motion at all.

Walt said...

I said "Some of you may actually notice some anomalous motion". Obviously not everyone will be able to discern this motion.



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