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    A lovely river scene..are you sure?

    Not my photo so I cannot post it directly. But one of the best optical illusion photos I have seen.

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    Yeah I like that.
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    THAT was a surprise!
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    Very clever indeed.

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    It's always interesting how each of us perceive things and how perception can be manipulated. "A lovely river scene" manipulates perception before the photo is looked at.
    Not being smart (not smart enough for that), as soon as I saw the photo I wondered what a river had to do with it. It was obvious to me that that it had been rotated.
    Interesting nonetheless.

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