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Friday, 13 March 2009
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An old couple - see profiles of faces - is remembering the times when they were young and full of life - see the sitting characters ("Forever Always" by Octavio OcampoŠ)

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At first sight, what do you see? Do not focus on one region, now look again. You may be surprised (by Joseph Jastrow).

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This is one of classic optical illusions - it is called dancing elephant. Try to count the number of his legs (by Roger Shepard).

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This one is interesting. Children will probably see a group of playing dolphins. But adults see usually something else. It's called Message of Love from the Dolphins (by Sandro Del-Prete).

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You probably recognize the face in this painting (it is St. George), but if you look at his hair, you'll see that he is fighting a fire-breathing dragon. It's called "St. George the Dragon Slayer" (by Sandro Del-Prete).

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