There is something to be said about how the human brain interprets everything in this picture. On its surface it’s a picture of a gray and darker gray checkerboard with a cylinder sitting upon it with a shadow being thrown upon the checkerboard. The mind perceives the two squares as different colors. It logically expects them to be different as a result of the concrete pattern established in the checkerboard itself. Because the change in color is introduced equally across all squares on the checkerboard until the color in lighter gray square is equal to that of the darker dray … Continue reading Image – Talk about a gray area in the mind – wow!