The fact that the eye does not see something does not mean that it is not there.
Observation is a very useful feature that makes life easier. It is no wonder that this kind of skill is compulsory during school education. This may be the case, for example, in math classes while discussing geometry issues.
Most often used for drawing exercises are drawings made of simple figures: triangles, squares or rectangles. The image is constructed that the figures overlap, so you need to focus well enough to count them all, not skipping one.
The difficulty of such a puzzle depends on the complexity of the drawing. Of course, children in school get pictures of several elements, but adults create drawings where geometric figures for counting are more numerous.
If you are curious as to how you are with the perception and accuracy of counting, then you should try to count the triangles shown in the image below. We simply suggest that the chaotic counting of “one triangle here, one triangle out there” will not lead you to the correct result.
If you are already sure that you have found all the triangles or if you lack the strength to count further, visit the next page where we will show you where each of the triangles forming the figure is.
Have fun and let observation be with you.