Optical Illusions, A New Book By Paul M. Baars

Painted side of a building in Los Gatos, California (photo 1990 © John Pugh)
Painted side of a building in Los Gatos, California (photo 1990 © John Pugh)

There is something intrinsically satisfying about optical illusions – static pictures that appear to move, change color, or fool us into seeing things that “aren’t really there.”

Optical Illusions, a new book by Paul M. Baars, covers illusions of depth, inversions, vibration effects, ambiguous figures, camouflage, anamorphic art, tessellations, and other visual brain teasers. (Yahoo News)

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A Snake At Atuk Wan Musa’s House

 

A green snake in between the green leaves.

The snake camouflaged in the tree.

My father saw a snake on a tree in front  of Atuk Wan Musa‘s house.

But I thought that my father was kidding because I couldn’t see any snake.

The snake camouflaged in the trees!

Can you see it?

Do you want to join the game and look for the snake?

What is the answer?

Is it in box A or B or C or D?

 

Where could the snake be?