Everyone can see the ballerina – but only those with 20/20 vision can spot the creepy clown in this optical illusion

Everyone can see the ballerina – but only those with 20/20 vision can spot the creepy clown in this optical illusion

ONLY the most observant people can spot the creepy clown in this latest optical illusion.

The image of a graceful ballerina has left people puzzled as they struggle to find the IT clown lurking in the picture.

Ronnie BoehmCan you see the face of the clown?[/caption]

Warner Bros./Everett CollectionHe should resemble the killer clown from IT[/caption]

Your eyes might be deceiving you but if you scan the photograph closely, you might be surprised.

At a first glance, it seems like an innocent image of an elegant dancer stretching but something more sinister can be seen by only the most trained eye.

The black and white photograph was snapped by Austrian photographer Ronnie Boehm and it shows a bird view of a crouching ballerina with her hands crossed in front of her.

But some eagle-eyed viewers have spotted the killer clown Pennywise from IT upon closer inspection.

Researchers have said that these brainteasers have made it easier to understand the intricate inner workings of the human mind and how it responds to its environment.

But did you know that overcoming obstacles like these can also raise your IQ?

A study indicates that those who consistently present themselves with optical illusions and puzzles see significant improvement in their ability to solve problems, focus, and attentiveness.

Psychologists at The University of Glasgow found that staring at an optical illusion can improve eyesight by allowing you to see small details.

And according to ZenBuisness: “These visual puzzles can give you a good mental workout that can, in turn, help you think more efficiently and solve problems more easily.”

So continue to enhance your IQ and eyesight with more optical illusions daily.

Prove you are a genius if you can find the odd chess piece in five seconds in this latest brainteaser.

You don’t need to be a chess champion to win this challenge, but you do need a high IQ and great concentration.

Also, see if you can outsmart everyone and find the doughnut hiding in plain sight in this tricky image.

Last but not least – find out your hidden personality trait when looking at this brainteaser.

Depending on what you see first will tell how your subconscious mind thinks.

What you see first in this optical illusion will reveal some of your personality traitsJagranjosh

What did you spot first? The sailing boat or a giant crocodile?

If you spotted a crocodile first, you are skilled at interpreting the entire scenario and predicting possible danger, experts at Jagran Josh revealed.

You are likely strategic and perceptive, choosing the big picture over the details.

Those who saw the sailing boat first, your sharp eye for detail is probably your distinguishing feature.

You methodically deconstruct information, revealing the complexities concealed inside the larger plan.

If you spotted the boat first, you could be seen as a meticulous analyst

But if you picked the crocodile, you’re a big-picture thinker

Back to our challenge, have you spotted the clown yet?

If not, look carefully and you might see his creepy face.

The clown’s hair is made up of the dancer’s frilly dress, his makeup is made up of the dress straps, and its sunken eyes are represented by the crevices between her shoulders and body.

The ballerina’s hair bun serves as the harlequin’s nose, and it sports a “crossed hand” bow-tie and the shadow produced by her head for a mouth.

But don’t be disheartened if you couldn’t see it – it is one of the trickiest optical illusions.

Ronnie BoehmIf you look diagonally, it is easier to spot the clown[/caption]

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