If you guys are familiar with this blog or illusions.. We’ve featured many pieces recreated in LEGO, papercrafts, animated gifs, even in billboards, but this is undoubtedly the first time someone has been able to show us what the image looks like when shot through a drop of water!
The convincing likeness of the son of God may look like it was intentionally created, but it was actually the result of a flash flood after a torrential downpour.
During the hour-long rain storm, water surged into the reception of EMS Maintenance in Willenhall, Wolverhampton.
The workforce was sent home during the flood and when they returned the next day, they were met by the 5in image of Christ
"I was on my way through reception and upstairs when I just caught a glimpse of something out of the corner of my eye," said supervisor Jason Prosser.
"It was immediately obvious it resembled a face - and the similarities with the traditional image of Christ are very striking."
Ignore the fact that the subject paragraph on the left is badly mangled. Try reading it through anyway.
Amazingly, you will find that it is not all that hard to follow.
Here is what the paragraph actually says without spelling errors:
"THE PHENOMENAL POWER OF THE HUMAN MIND. According to research at Cambridge University, it doesn't matter in what order the letters in a word are, the only important thing is that the first and last letter be in the right place. The rest can be a total mess and you can still read it without problem. This is because the human mind does not read every letter by itself, but the word as a whole."
Amazing melancholic photography by Alex Kisilevich, talented Canadian photographer. Alex received two BFAs from York University in Toronto, one in music in 2007, and one in photography in 2009, and he is currently working on a MFA in Visual Arts also at York University. Look carefully at the reflection in the second image and you will see that all is not what it initially appears to be.
These designs painted on the ground that simulate a 3D vision are known as anamorphosis