I think that it is very interesting how our brain will provide missing information about outlines. This is a phenomenon know as subjective contours. Our brains take the visual information that is given to us and it will perceive the image depending on its surroundings and our expectations. If we expect to see an object, we will see that object even if we don't want to. This makes me curious about this phenomenon because even though there is no image there, we still see a shape. This is interesting because there really is nothing there. Our brains think an image should be there so that's how we perceive it. This principal has applied to my life while perceiving different pictures of illusions and subjective contours. While looking at subjective contours, I may have missed out on a very important piece of the picture because I perceived an object that really wasn't there. While looking at a subjective contour, you always seem to look at the object that you perceive to see. I was very interested in these figures after reading about them because it fascinates me how we perceive an image when nothing is really there. Our brain makes connections between different objects to form a bigger picture. In the pictures that I have added with this blog, you will see images when nothing is really there. The paper is completely white even though it looks like the image that you perceive has a different color and has a boarder around it. This is very weird how the brain makes these connections and it shows how you cannot always believe what you see.