Sometimes, what you see is not what you think is !!

imaginery,ornamental fish,false,Ornamental fish in the Fish tank

Just joking !

It’s a tube light reflection in the water droplets adjacent to the wash

basin.Taken with mobile.

You will understand better if you are lucky to read the following link

What we see is always not true

Thank you

https://philosophyvia.photos/

Image source © Dr.Sridhar,2019 All Rights Reserved

8 thoughts on “Sometimes, what you see is not what you think is !!

  1. Nice shot.. nice story!! Thank you for sharing!!

    Another one story (I supposed many might have heard of this before)!

    Two frogs fell into a deep pit and unable to come out the pit. Several frogs gathered around the pit to witness the plight of the frogs. Both the frogs were attempting their best to come out of the pit by jumping hard. All the frogs around the hole started shouting loudly and advising against the foolish act as jumping out of the pit looked a certain impossibility.

    But the both the frogs were still went on trying their jumps. However all the gathered frogs kept shouting how impossible the task is. One of the frogs got tired and also heeded to the advice of group of frogs on the rim and gave up further jumping.

    However the other frog kept jumping undeterred, its jumps became higher and higher as the frogs on the rim of the pit shouted on him to give up. And eventually one big leap and it came out of the pit, to every frog’s surprise. It turned out to be deaf one, which mistook the shouting of the group of frogs to be cheering for his efforts and encouragement to try even harder.

    Bottom line : It is not the reality but it is the perception that shapes one’s reality.

    Have a nice day!!!

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  2. Very creatively shot pic… A perceptive angle is always important for creative artists.
    True … Many a times what you see needn’t be what it seems…
    ‘Your eyes can deceive you, don’t trust them’ … The tricks work by distorting our perception, even though they do not fool our eyes, the research shows. The study demonstrates that the brain pathways for eye movement and perception operate independently, the researchers say.

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