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Description Presented here is a vast gallery of many different forms of Optical Illusions. Whether these optical illusions are conveyed through fractals, photographs, architecture, art, or old fashioned pen and ink, they are bound to remind you that "seeing is not believing."

Caution!!!! Some of the optical illusions on this blog may cause dizziness or possibly epileptic seizures. The latter happens when the brain can't handle the conflicting information from your two eyes. If you start feeling unwell when using this website, immediately cover one eye with your hand and then leave the page. Do not close your eyes because that can make the attack worse.
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USA Landmark?

Can you name this National Landmark?

Meteor Carter in Arizona Optical Illusion
Click on the picture for closer look.

After taking a closer look if you still need help check out this post.


Anonymous said...

this is the first comment.
and i don't know what that is but it looks like it's upside down.

Raine said...

i think its the grand canyon.....i might be wrong but i think thats wat it is...my final answer....lol

Walt said...

I forgot that I lost the comments for this post. Check here for the answer.

Anonymous said...

I don't know how it works, but the human's imagination can imagine so many things... you'll wonder what it is for hours, unless you save the picture, and turn it upside =)

Walt said...

The below comments previously archived on haloscan.com


Did I forget to mention that this picture is upside down? Click here to view the picture right side up. For the final answer click here.

walter Anthony | Homepage | 12.09.04 - 1:17 am | #


Looks like the Metoer crater here in Arizona.

DJ | 12.09.04 - 7:44 pm | #


You can find the answer in this post.

http://illusionsetc.blogspot.com...y- analysts.html


Walt | Homepage | 10.02.05 - 10:16 am | #


Anonymous said...

i blieve taht its a carter.....

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