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As children, we often stared at a light for a prolonged amount of time, only to turn off the light immediately afterward to experience the positive afterimage, the persisting floating blob in front of our eyes. This often occurs with the sun, one of the most common sources of positive afterimages. Positive afterimages also occur with common objects, although their effect is much more subtle, and thus overlooked, such as the effect below: 

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