Every once in a while you snap that perfect photograph. Below is an amazing shot of a headless camel sent in by Jose Luis.
Jose, a photographer shot this photo in Sanaa, Yemen. Being a photographer myself I can really appreciate the bizarre perspective illusion. If you like these perfect candid moments be sure to check out some of the many headless optical illusion. If Camels are your thing, check out this amazing national geographic camel shot.
The Invisible man is a specular optical illusion. Unlike the original invisible man this guy actually painted himself using body paint to match his surrounding. The first one below is one of my favorites, at a glance you would completely miss him! Be sure to also check out the other body paint invisible man. If you want to spice it up check out the body paint bikini or the nude body paint. Enjoy!
Invisible man with loader
Striped body paint
wall camo body paint
The invisibl eman was caught by police!
Brick body paint
Body Painted into the sign
7 invisible men
Disappeared into the fence
man Graffiti over
Convex Concave Rocks optical Illusion is a snap shot taken Wild Horse Canyon in Utah. Mandy pointed out that both of these images are identical just the bottom is flipped upside down. The top picture appears to be a normal rocky hillside with concave holes in the facade, however the bottom picture appears to have strange convex budges coming out of the side of the mountain. Its amazing how much the shading of the shadows can play tricks on our eyes.
Dirty Car Art brings the old fashion wash me signs to a whole new level. Scott Wade has mastered the art drawing in dirty windows. Scott window art started with his finger then developed new tools and techniques such as the use of brushes, Popsicle sticks, paint edgers and even plants! I would almost hate to wash my car if i came out and had one of these works of art on my back window!