23 Misleading Photos You Need to Look at Twice to Understand

Researchers claim that the brain doesn’t always want to understand what the eyes see. For the brain, it’s easier to imagine something common instead of a weird object or phenomenon. For example, instead of a tree branch, we may see a monster’s paw or regular shadows can turn into scary faces. Sometimes our reality doesn’t give the brain a chance to find out what’s going on even if it tries really hard.

Bright Side assumes that the authors of these pictures still can’t quite understand what they’ve captured.

Disappearing dog

23 Misleading Photos You Need to Look at Twice to Understand

It’s not recommended to walk these stairs at night.