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    Interesting phenomena in the way we see

    Click the link below, read the instructions and then stare at the cross-hairs as the animated GIF of photos of famous people goes through its frames. Very interesting in how our eyes see peripherally.

    http://fstoppers.com/natural-phenome...htroom-problem

    If the animated GIF stop running, click on it, to get it to restart.
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    wow....that was certainly interesting Rick. Thanks for the experience.
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    That's strange. Also quite amazing.

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    Haha , that is pretty interesting!
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