What are some unbelievable photos?

So many times things are just not what they look like, especially when depicted in a photograph. Have you ever seen a picture that looked like an entirely different thing at a first glance? This happens because photos are a two-dimensional representation of our three-dimensional world, and our eye often struggles trying to recognize objects as quick as possible. The results of this fail can be pretty hilarious sometimes. Here are 21 pictures that will trick your mind the first time you’ll look at them.

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