Six friends got together and took a photo. They probably never guessed that it would end up being known as the “missing legs photo.” Why the intriguing name? Look closely at the above image and see if you notice anything strange. It’s actually a very cool optical illusion. Some people still have a hard time figuring it out.
You might have noticed that these girls seem to be short one set of legs. Hence calling this the “missing legs photo.” Internet sleuths have been trying to figure out where the set of missing legs might be, or how this photo may have been manipulated. Here’s one hint: it hasn’t been photoshopped in any manner.
Below, you’ll see the answer to the “missing legs photo.” Along with this cool optical illusion, you can also find some other great photos that have left people baffled. Some contain a hard to find object, some of them are just a matter of perspective, and others may just leave you confused. Take a look for yourself!
First, Here’s the solution to the “missing legs photo,” as discovered by Reddit user postalbowl. As you can see, the first and second girl from the left are wearing similarly colored pants.
Another cool optical illusion is this photo of a brick wall. What is hidden in this image? Here’s a hint: this wall should probably try and quit smoking.
Here is another architectural illusion: Which building is in front of the other? Much like the “missing legs photo,” the solution to this puzzling image is hard to find.
This picture has a hard to find object hidden in it. Where is the iPhone in this picture? Hint: look just to the right of the table leg.
Unlike the “missing legs photo,” the legs in this picture are perfectly visible. One question though: are these legs super shiny, or decorated with paint?
The answer to this next image is hard to find. Some people would say it’s impossible. Is the cat going up or down these stairs?
How about another cat illusion? This photo of a cat was taken by its owner, but they should probably have a vet look at that giant hole in its belly.
These lamps made by Studio Cheha look they couldn’t exist in three dimensions. However, the “lampshades” are actually just flat LEDs designed to look three dimensional.