If you are an average guy like me, then I should warn you before you start going through this list, especially if you have a fear of small holes or a bunch of holes. Trypophobia is a very common phobia of holes. Do you think you can make it through these 14 pictures without flipping out? Then proceed to read further...
1.Bloomed Lotus Pods
Blooming lotus are quite beautiful. They make for great pictures and paintings. People who have a fear of holes, or a clusters of holes, will never get a chance to enjoy the natural beauty of this flower, because of their fear. Trypoph0bia causes an involuntary reaction that can illicit fear throughout the body.
2.Child's Skull Before Milk Teeth Fall Out
This photo of a child's skull is fascinating. The child only has its milk teeth, and you can see their adult teeth under the bone waiting, till they are at least six years old, to emerge. The tooth that is high up under the cheek bone is the eye tooth. Makes sense now, huh? Well, while we cannot stop looking at this picture, someone with trypoph0bia might find this skull to be the most scary skull they ever saw.
This is an up close picture of a normal eyeball. Yep, that's what our retina's look like when the eyedoctor looks through his device. It's a good thing he, or she, doesn't have trypoph0bia, or they would run from the exam room at the sight of the eye. All those tiny holes would cause a reaction in them that they couldn't control.