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Thursday

Down or Up Optical Illusion

The photographer asks one simple question with this image, is it upside down or not?

What do you think?


DSC01384illusion, originally uploaded by niclasmaanson.







10 comments:

Anonymous said...

it is right it is just hittin water

Lauren said...

it is upside down. do you see the grayish strip of something on the "bottom"

Walt said...

Your right this image is upside down. Good call.

Anonymous said...

it upside down

Anonymous said...

it is DEFINATELY upsidown

TylerTNT said...

It's not upside down, there are two branches on the top left side of the picture which are definately not a reflection.

Anonymous said...

the bottom picture is upside-down and was taken in winter/late fall (hence the naked trees) and spring/early summer for the top view. Both pictures are real just mirrored.

Anonymous said...

oh yeah, it's definitely up. check the branch in the left side.

Clockser said...

it is upside down because on the "upper" part u can see the field but not on the reflection ;)

grammymonster said...

clockser is right...the picture is upside down...the field and trees in the background are not and cannot be reflected in the water at the base of the trees in the foreground....



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