What Am I Looking At Here? 10 Photos That Require A Second Look

These will all certainly give you whiplash from doing too many double takes. What at first seems normal is absolutely weird, and what first looks a little weird turns out to be absolutely normal- a trick in perspective. Here is a collection of images where you’re not exactly sure what’s going on at first…

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RSVLTS

August 20, 2014
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What Am I Looking At Here? 10 Photos That Require A Second Look

These will all certainly give you whiplash from doing too many double takes. What at first seems normal is absolutely weird, and what first looks a little weird turns out to be absolutely normal- a trick in perspective. Here is a collection of images where you’re not exactly sure what’s going on at first…

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Ten More Reasons Why The Sea Is Beautiful (And Horrifying)

Good Lord. Look at that great white shark. Then look at what’s beyond- absolutely nothing. The overhead lighting or populated frames of the other photos give a sense that the ocean is not so barren, that it indeed has an end, and the sun is within reach. But this photo of the shark is just blue nothingness and chomping aggression- truly terrifying shit. We must not forget that the ocean is (to us puny humans, at least) a nearly infinite, fearful abyss populated with deadly treasures. 

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Richard Salas

August 17, 2014
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Ten More Reasons Why The Sea Is Beautiful (And Horrifying)

Good Lord. Look at that great white shark. Then look at what’s beyond- absolutely nothing. The overhead lighting or populated frames of the other photos give a sense that the ocean is not so barren, that it indeed has an end, and the sun is within reach. But this photo of the shark is just blue nothingness and chomping aggression- truly terrifying shit. We must not forget that the ocean is (to us puny humans, at least) a nearly infinite, fearful abyss populated with deadly treasures. 

Source: Richard Salas

Immense, Striking Illustrations Of Ancient Giants And Natural Spirits

It seems that Mat Miller is channelling the creativity of the native Great Plains peoples. Or Dr. Seuss on mescaline. I can’t tell. What I can tell you is that Miller’s juxtaposition of the geometric with the soft and sfumatic gives these images the surreal, stark flavor that makes them so appealing.

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Mat Miller

August 14, 2014
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Immense, Striking Illustrations Of Ancient Giants And Natural Spirits

It seems that Mat Miller is channelling the creativity of the native Great Plains peoples. Or Dr. Seuss on mescaline. I can’t tell. What I can tell you is that Miller’s juxtaposition of the geometric with the soft and sfumatic gives these images the surreal, stark flavor that makes them so appealing.

Source: Mat Miller