Simen Nymark

Simen Nymark

It ain't over 'till it's over
Simen Nymark
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What do you see when you look at this picture?  Right away, I see a lion staring at me. But look closely. If you turn the image upside down, you see a mouse instead of a lion. Pretty neat right? A lot of the things we see are all about perspective and the way we see them. One thing can be seen in multiple ways. Is there a correct way? Not necessarily. We all have different beliefs and we should question them to keep an open mind.

What do you see when you look at this picture? Right away, I see a lion staring at me. But look closely. If you turn the image upside down, you see a mouse instead of a lion. Pretty neat right? A lot of the things we see are all about perspective and the way we see them. One thing can be seen in multiple ways. Is there a correct way? Not necessarily. We all have different beliefs and we should question them to keep an open mind.

The Face of Paris

The Face of Paris

From the murders, in the rue morgue

From the murders, in the rue morgue

optical illusion painting, black and white

optical illusion painting, black and white

by Tom French

by Tom French

Amour de Pierrot, anonymous French postcard from the early 20th Century.

Amour de Pierrot, anonymous French postcard from the early 20th Century.

More Optical Illusion Skulls by Tom French

More Optical Illusion Skulls by Tom French

I love these artistic optical illusion pictures

I love these artistic optical illusion pictures

rubin's vase illusion tattoo - Google Search

rubin's vase illusion tattoo - Google Search

COOL! The universe has its secrets. Extra dimensions of space might be one of them. If so, the universe has been hiding those dimensions, protecting them, keeping them coyly under wraps. From a casual glance, you would never suspect a thing. It's hubris to think that the way we see things is everything there is. -Lisa Randall, theoretical physicist via She Sings to the Stars

COOL! The universe has its secrets. Extra dimensions of space might be one of them. If so, the universe has been hiding those dimensions, protecting them, keeping them coyly under wraps. From a casual glance, you would never suspect a thing. It's hubris to think that the way we see things is everything there is. -Lisa Randall, theoretical physicist via She Sings to the Stars