It’s easy to not pay attention to the world. We lower our eyes when we walk and avoid eye contact in the supermarket. For most of us, our default state tends to be ignoring what’s around us. But doing so makes us miss out on inspiration and fails to develop our curiosity. Being focused and noticing all the things happening around you shows a level of concentration not many people possess. It’s always helpful to be observant. Being observant means watching people, situations, and events, then thinking critically about what you see. We miss a lot in the world while we’re busy shuffling between here and there.
Being precise and hawk-eyed about your surroundings has often been seen as a sign of being OCD, while others argue it’s a sign of genius. One way to find out if you notice slight differences and changes is by looking at two images that appear to be identical to each other.
Finding the differences is not enough, doing it in record speed is what makes the game much more challenging and even stressful. Watch these six pictures and try to find the differences. Have fun!
These photo of Mickey Mouse and friends are not 100% alike.
The magical kingdom has some differences. It’s your job to find them.
This metal globe overlooks a water front, except not everything, is as it appears.
Look around and you will find this globe is in a different setting.
Is the woman looking through the window peacefully in both pictures?
Or maybe the paintings were done at different times.
You don’t need to be an artist to recognize the famous Mona Lisa painting.
Which one is Leonardo Di Vinci’s work and which one is the one is a copy?