The turkey optical illusion

Can you spot the non-turkey face in this "rafter" 
of turkeys? (Yes, that's the correct term for a group. 
And no, it's not called a Congress of turkeys.)
Click to enlarge.

This optical illusion is an example of three different deceptive principles.

12 comments:

  1. So what are those three principles?

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  2. The 3 deceptive principles:

    1) Confusing a thing with the word itself.
    2) Humor as distraction.
    3) Looking for a tree and ignoring the forest.

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  3. Ah ... so what's special about this picture ?

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  4. There's a face hidden in the photo.

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  5. OK SO where is the face? I have loooked at it for a week and no solution.

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  6. Click to enlarge photo. Save photo to your computer. Open photo in image-editing software (Microsoft Paint, Gimp, Photoshop, etc.) Reverse or invert the colors. A FACE will appear.

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  7. Those aren't turkeys.

    Is that it?

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  8. I have not checked on the turkiness of each individual turkey, but they are turkeys and there is a FACE in the photo.

    Try squinting.

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  9. Bob I've tried reversing it still cant see a face, help me out here?

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  10. Colin - Send me an email and I'll send you the solution.

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  12. I removed a post by an Anonymous commenter who said: "This is stupid as ****. Bob Brown is a **** and a ******." He also gave away the solution. I'm sorry, but name-calling is to be expected by anonymous posters. But solution giving, that's a no-no.

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