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Most Amazing Mind-Bending Photos [Copy link] 中文

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In 1963, Nina Leen photographed a cat peering into a glass.

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By keeping his shutter open while artist Pablo Picasso "sketched" with a penlight at Madoura Pottery in 1948, LIFE's Gjon Mili was able to capture what appears to be bright physical lines in mid-air.

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A 1949 photo by Andreas Feininger: A grounded helicopted prepares to take off into the night, its rotor blades tipped with small lights.

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Another Gjon Mili photo, this one predating his experiments with Picasso: In 1944, the mid-air motions of professional figure skater Carol Lynne take form thanks to little lights on her skates.

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In Fuzhou, China, tourists pose for photos on a large 3D picture.

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In 1962, a passenger liner appears like a mirage in the desert. . . but is actually proceeding through the Suez Canal.

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An act from Toast of the Town: a woman appears to balance on the edge of a chair. Really, her husband, camouflaged completely in black, is holding her up.

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