Have you seen this illusion making its rounds on the Internet?
A photo of a car park has left thousands of Facebook users fooled after it was posted with the caption: ‘All is not what it seems’.
Social media users have been analysing the photos for a week desperately trying to solve the apparent illusion after it was posted by Greg Brookman in May.
It’s since been shared more than 6,300 times, with some speculating on what the illusion could be, and others going crazy not being able to find it.
Is this illusion of the car park a joke cause I'm just gonna smash my phone up either way
— Georgina Barnes (@GeorginaBarnes) May 23, 2016
I canna still see the illusion in the car park pic❓❓
— Bryan Docherty (@BryanDocherty) May 23, 2016
This car park optical illusion picture doing the rounds on facebook is driving me mad! #CantSeeAnything
— Kieran White (@KieranWhite12) May 23, 2016
feel like this optical illusion with the cars in the car park is having us on because I have been staring at it for 12 years and see nothing
— harry 💧 (@HarryPoile) May 24, 2016
Guesses have ranged from the illusion being a floating car to a ghost in the back of another vehicle, while others are seeing upside down sailboats and a flight deck of an aircraft carrier.
Thousands have shared the post claiming to have found the illusion – but what is it really?
Apparently, it’s nothing.
That’s right – it turns out there’s actually no illusion at all and people have just been left staring at a photo of a car park for absolutely no reason. It’s just a stock photo.
The video explains: “It’s none of these [answers]. It’s just a car park.”
The clip says that the ‘illusion’ worked because of the recent ‘brick wall illusion’ and adds that jumping on the bandwagon of the recent craze is how he trolled ‘hundreds of thousands of thousands of people’.
Kind of a dick move, but also kind of genius.