seeing things in perspective…

I don't know who made this pic but a friend of mine sent it to me one day. It took me a long time to figure out how to cross my eyes and see things in perspective but I managed to do it in the end and the result was spectacular ... :)

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I don’t know who made this pic but a friend of mine sent it to me one day. It took me a long time to figure out how to cross my eyes and see things in perspective but I managed to do it in the end and the result was spectacular … 🙂

Here is an invitation for you too. Click on the image – it will show up a bigger version and good luck with crossing your eyes!

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1 thought on “seeing things in perspective…”

  1. I drew line drawings like those when I was a kid. Great fun. However, you are not crossing your eye. On the contrary you are focussing at infinity as if you are looking at great distance. It is tricky when you are not used to it. 🙂

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