Did you just see a thing that made you look twice and left bemused! You are not alone; pretty much everyone has experienced this phenomenon of seeing things that did not really exist.
Broken part of a light post wedged inside a car can gives the impression of a cigarette smoking car.
A carrot with a bunion and a small arm like outgrowth can be mistaken for a child hugging its mother.
A typical cloud formation seen from under the overhead transmission wires can well be mistaken for an air guitar.
Frozen dew on the branches of trees can create an impression of a snow cat.
A defunct bathtub kept with its legs up can create an impression of the stuff crying for help to get up.
A cup of frothy coffee with two bubbles can create an impression of a frog.
A drop of moisturizer on your hand may well be looking like someone begging for mercy
Defunct industrial boiler giving the impression of grandma caterpillar putting on her lipstick
Passenger on a bus seen from behind the screwed handle bar of the front seat may well be perceived as an alien.
A properly placed box in recycle bin can look like listening to the recycling truck
A worn out leaf can be intriguingly mistaken for a ninja.
The gate on the driveway may well seem to be a useless thing at first glance
Cigarette lighters photographed from above may seem like they are crying for help
The mop with the base up may well look like it is in all smiles
A surveillance camera placed on a stand may be mistaken for someone out to kill
A wall hanger being stuck on the wall may look like pleading for not to be hurt.
A washing machine that is sick of spinning as suggested by the position of its nobs