Just another brick in the wall? The photo that's stumping thousands on the web

A photograph posted by one Arron Bevin in the United Kingdom, is making waves on social media.

It looks like a brick wall...but look a little harder.

Can you see it?

It is being touted as one of the best optical illusions...

There are more than bricks in this frame.

Take another look

Spoiler alert: scroll down for the answer...

And look again...see the cigar sticking out from between two of the bricks?

Don't despair, it seems most people don't see it at first.

But once you do, it is all you see!


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