I always had fun with Rorschach tests in college. Depending on the specific test, I could generally find a dozen or more different things in them, especially if I was able to twist and turn the blots to look at them in different angles. I find this image to be the same way. Not all that interesting in color, but fascinating when converted to black and white, and then rotated.
Initially I see a goat or ram’s head, which then morphs further down into a weird face with hollow sockets for eyes, then transforms into insect antenna further up, then I notice upside-down legs (or maybe praying mantis arms poised to strike), before it then breaks down into a fractal abstract for me. In looking at all the different patterns, I can easily lose myself for a good five minutes or more in the image.
What do you see?
For the curious, below is the image in color and in its proper orientation. It is an underwater exhibit of a tidal zone with a tree root (if you look closely, you can see some tiny fish along the tree root to the lower left); the upper section of the image is the reflection off the underside of the surface of the water — this effect is natural and is not Photoshopped in any way.