Years ago I used to read Games magazine. It had a section called Eyeball Benders--photos of common objects taken with uncommon perspectives, usually macro. The challenge was to identify what object each photo represented. Some were easy, some were harder. The best ones were photos where the published image was obscure but once you knew what it was it seemed obvious in retrospect. Thought this might be a fun thing to do here. Doesn't require specific gear or exceptional skill (though both can make things more interesting). Here are a few I shot today as examples (most are easy, though I have some more challenging ones up my sleeve). Again, the *ideal* example is something that is nearly impossible to reason out just looking at the image but becomes an "of course, it's so obvious" once you know the answer. Not saying that any of these meet that criterion.... All shot hand-held with a 105mm macro lens. The point wasn't perfect images, rather it was to provide examples for visual puzzles. Post answers in this thread and/or your own eyeball benders #1. #2. #3. #4. #5. #6 #7.