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10 Most Perfectly Timed Photos Ever 2019

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Photography is an art. It puts forward moments captured for the sake of safekeeping. It helps cherish memories and can act as memorabilia for events and moments. However, sometimes, intentionally or unintentionally, it leads to the creation of images that more than often are just illusions These illusions confuse the heck out of us and keeps us guessing as to what the photograph is actually telling us. Today, we are going to take a look at such of these photographs. Here’s presenting 10 most perfectly timed photos ever.

Trust me! these perfectly time photos, gets much interesting

1. (Wo)Man-Bun

Topping our list of 10 most perfectly timed photos ever is this extraordinary image. Well, at first glance it seems like a normal image. But, look closely. To be precise, look closely at the bun of the woman. It is not a nun at all. It is actually the head of a person, walking past her. His face lines in perfect alignment with the head of the woman in the picture, thereby creating this illusion. What is even more bizarre that the man is actually wearing a man but of his own. Now, this is one heck of a confusing image.

At number 2 on our list comes this adorable image of a large dog staring down its tow tiny human prey. Well, not to worry! This, too, is just an illusion. The two people are actually standing at a further distance while the dog is extremely close to the camera lens thereby, making it seem extraordinarily large. And its expressions are also adding up to the effect.

3. Legs for Days

Breaking into the top 3 of our list is this breath-taking image. What seems like an unusually long human body, is basically the combined bodies of two swimmers performing in a synchronized swimming routine. As, the face of one of them is underwater and lies in perfect alignment to the other person whose upper body is over the water surface, it seems that this is an unusual long swimmer with her tummy under the water surface and her legs and face above the water surface.

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