Today we have come to you with an optical illusion picture that has stunned the world. First of all, this is not a painting. Today’s optical illusion challenge revolves around an image captured by a famous photographer on his camera.
Here we have shared a picture that has been surprising everyone for the past 17 years. This film was born in the era when the internet started gaining strength. This picture is still sharing many times on Twitter and Facebook. But the truth is that not many people were able to find its secrets. Needless to say that the mysteries of such pictures can only be unraveled by thinking from all angles. The film has gained global fame and received many accolades.
A long stretch of desert. Many camels walk through it. That is what you, like me, could understand from this picture. As you can see, this photograph is taken from a long distance. But there is a secret in this photo that is not revealed at first glance. You have to find it. Let’s set a time limit of 20 seconds to create an urgency in your brain.
Get ready to unveil the secretRemember to look very carefully at the picture …
Countdown of 20 seconds starts now …
Time running out …
Hope that the secret revealed in front of you.
Before I share the secret with you, let me tell you a few things about this photograph. Famous photographer George Steinmetz took this picture in 2005 from the Empty Quarter, a desert spread across Arabian countries. American citizen George Steinmetz is a well-known adventure aerial landscape photographer. This image won the 2005’s Best Photo Award of Turkey National Geographic Magazine. What makes George Steinmetz happy is that even after all these years, this one film is still making people happy. That is the best recognition a photographer can get.
You must be thinking, what is there in this photo to gain such global fame? The secret of this picture is that none of the camels in this picture are real. All the big black camels in the picture are shadows. Can’t you see a white mark on the bottom of some camels? Those are the real camels. George Steinmetz was able to present this amazing image to the world by taking it from directly above at sunset. He must have taken this photo while paragliding hundreds of feet above.
In case you missed it. Big black camel shapes are shadows! Small white lines are camels, photographed from directly above at sunset pic.twitter.com/4RAeM2QqdQ— Eric Herring (@eric_herring) May 22, 2017