ONLY people with 20/20 vision are able to spot 13 faces in this fiendishly difficult optical illusion.
The way different people approach solving brain teasers, optical illusions, and other problems can reveal a lot about their thought processes and personalities.
You can call yourself truly gifted if you can see more than four faces, which is the most faces that the majority of people can see.
Maybe that means you tend to focus on the small details, or maybe you’re stubborn and refuse to give up.
How many faces can you see in this layered painting by Bev Doolittle posted by the gallery? Art Country Canada?
Titled The Forest Has Eyes, 13 pairs of eyes and entire faces are hidden between trees and rocks.
Don’t be too confident in your skills as you quickly spot the first four faces in the center of the picture.
The faces are striking because of their size, as they are significantly larger than the others.
There are two faces between the rocks on the left of the picture, one below and a third to the right of the two horses.
To see two more, shift your gaze to the right side of the image, opposite the face below.
There are two green areas next to each other, made of stones and grass.
When struggling, some people find optical illusions easier by holding the image farther away or squinting their eyes.
If you then look closely at the tree line in the background, you will see four faces in a row.
The easiest way is to look for the nose and eyes.
Finally, the last three faces are much more difficult to spot because they are smaller and made up of different faces and thin parts of the trees.
If you turn your gaze back to the line of trees at the top of the painting, you will see a smaller face just squeezed into the painting.
Then look at the white horse and shift your gaze to the left – here you will see a different face.
Finally, you need to look to the right side of the image where you can see the thin white lines of empty branches.
These branches all twist together to form the outline of a face.
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