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10 November 2017, 16:48 | Updated: 10 November 2017, 16:49
Take a good look!
Everyone loves an optical illusion that results in heated discussion or a lengthy debate.
"NO - the dress is white and gold OBVIOUSLY!"
"Sorry, but those trainers are definitely teal and grey!"
These familiar sounding phrases have populated many a conversation as we can't actually fathom how others can see an image so differently to ourselves.
Now there's another image doing the rounds, but this one is not clothes-based.
The latest picture to cause confusion is what appears to be a heavily populated field of concert-goers, watching a giant stage.
The Boys of Fall pic.twitter.com/Gh1WCB7hyM— Brandon Brieger (@brieger34) October 31, 2017
Texan photographer Micha Horn posted this image to his social media page, but on closer inspection you can see that those aren't the back of people's heads - they're cotton plants, and that stage? It's actually a John Deere cotton picking machine.
People took to social media in a haze of confusion as they suddenly realised what it was:
I thought this was a rave— Reyna Flores (@ReyZombiesRealm) November 2, 2017
Lmaooo this looks like a festive event— Crusing in NFC (8-1) (@sodadudejeremy) November 2, 2017
Who’s playing?— Loyal Moses (@loyalmoses) November 2, 2017
Who knew that farming at night could look so spectacular, and more to the point - why do our eyes seem to lie to us all the time now?!
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