What's wrong with this picture?


#1

Anybody notice something wrong here?


#2

The buildings are too small for people. That person could probably touch the top of the second floor.


#3

Why are those buildings so little?? (Or why is that person so big?:laugh:)


#4

I also feel like the buildings don’t go together. . .like they are two photos smooshed into one. . .


#5

It’s not what you think it is:


#6

:heart:love photo shop:heart: ya have just got to get the proportions right:laugh:


#7

Too bad it’s not Photoshop. I swear.


#8

Well tell us, what are we looking at then??


#9

It’s Lego Land


#10

It’s a mural behind the person not real buildings?


#11

There’s something skewed about it. The buildings way back in the skyline are very different, like high rise apartments or something.
Could it be that fake Disney park in China?


#12

Is it sidewalk art?


#13

In the first picture the building on the left side looks to be 2D.


#14

He is going to torture us all day and not tell us, isn’t he?


#15

It’s a picture of the tallest women in the world.


#16

Yep, I believe Dopey is right…Legoland…or Lego’s at least…


#17

[QUOTE=ddoll;981524]
Could it be that fake Disney park in China?[/QUOTE]

We have a winner!
It IS a theme park in China.
But here’s the twisted part. What you’re looking at is a more authentic recreation of Piazza San Marco in Venice than you see in Epcot. The Epcot version is mirror imaged. What is on the left is supposed to be on the right.
(This picture is the real thing in Venice)


#18

Huh…cool.


#19

WOW thats cool


#20

[QUOTE=Soundgod;981563]We have a winner!
It IS a theme park in China.
But here’s the twisted part. What you’re looking at is a more authentic recreation of Piazza San Marco in Venice than you see in Epcot. The Epcot version is mirror imaged. What is on the left is supposed to be on the right.
(This picture is the real thing in Venice)[/QUOTE]

Awesome, and i was there on my honeymoon to, very beautiful :mickey: