What you see first in optical illusion reveals if you love stability and order or are more free-willed

OPTICAL illusions are meant to understand a person's perspective of an image.

Depending on what you see in the intricate picture, it will reveal a deep secret about your personality.

In this optical illusion based on a seascape image shared by BRIGHT SIDE, what do you see?

Take a moment to look at the image closely.

If you saw ships, you "clearly love to travel and explore new places."

But if you saw a bridge, you appreciate stability and order.

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Following the video, many people took to the comment section to reveal what they had seen.

One person, unfortunately, did not see either the ships or the bridges, writing: "For the ships one I didn't see any of the ones he talked about, I saw mirrors getting more broken as they made their way up to the top, anyone else see that?"

A second one shared: "I saw the bridge first but I love to explore new places."

"I actually love to explore new places," a third wrote.

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Previously, the same YouTube channel had shared another image that elicited hundreds of comments online.

If you look at the image above and the first thing you see is a lock or keyhole, then you probably have a curious mind.

"You love to explore the unknown and step beyond your own boundaries," the video's narrator explained.

But contained within the picture is another image – that of a person crying.

You may need to spend some time meditating if that's the image you see first.

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"Take some time to relax and clear your mind," the video's narrator coached.

"You probably don't pay enough attention to your feelings."

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