THERE are many different types of optical illusions, some are more like challenges for the brain and others can completely transform the world around you.
This clever illusion can reveal hidden aspects of your personality, but it all depends on what you see first.
The illusion was shared on TikTok by @mia_yilin and has left viewers amazed by how accurate it is.
The image shows a wintery scene, with a figure ice skating under the moonlight surrounded by the forest, but if you look closely the trees turn into more people.
But which did you spot first, the trees or people?
According to Mia they both mean very different things.
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She revealed: "If you first saw the forest then you can seem quite cold when people first meet you.
"However, once you get to know the chance to know someone better you become super funny and warm.
"In fact, once you like someone you'll do everything in your power to make them happy, it can upset you when people don't reciprocate the same effort, but it doesn't stop you from trying."
Not only that, but Mia revealed you might have a fear of public speaking, but can relax more around friends and family.
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But if you spotted the crowd first you might be more of a social butterfly.
Mia said: "People are amazed by your ability to make friends and network with others.
"Sometimes you have trust issues about whether or not people are just friends with you because they want something, but in the end you always choose to look at the bright side of things."
People might also be jealous of your natural charm, but you this doesn't affect you too much.
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