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By on April 22, 2014, with 8 Comments

How’s everyone doing on this amazing Tuesday morning? I hope you’re all doing great. I know I am as I sit here with a nice cup of hot coffee on my desk and I look through some of the new optical illusions that I have on my computer. Remember, if you have any optical illusions, you can always feel free to submit them to me. I’m always on the hunt for new illusions, so any submissions are appreciated. I check my email every day, so you never know, the illusion you submit could be featured on the site in the future.

Today, I have a rock climbing optical illusion that could give you a little case of vertigo. Okay, so it’s not that intense of an illusion, but I definitely thought this guy did a great job with it. What he’s doing, plus the proper camera angle makes for a great and intense-looking shot. Are you ready to check out what I’m talking about? If so, you can scroll down right now.

Rock Climbing Optical Illusion

 

As you can see, it looks like this man is doing some intense rock climbing, but there’s something off about this picture. Can you tell me what it is? I’ll leave what I believe to be the answer to this little illusion at the bottom of this post, so make sure you scroll down and check it out.

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*ANSWER* I believe the man in the image above is crawling up his driveway and used a creative camera angle to make it look as if he’s actually rock climbing, but he’s not.

  • Richard Landesman

    obviously lying down since hands and feet are not “supporting” his body.

  • Michael

    This could have been more convincing if the guy supported his body and hid whatever he used. It’s obvious the guy is pressed up to the ‘wall’ from gravity.

  • phaeton99

    The dead giveaway is the condition of his extended arm: no load tension in the muscles and tendons.

    • James Dean

      You have a very keen eye. Nice catch!

  • Sue

    Actually, based on the appearance of the fingers, I do believe he is rock climbing.

    • James Dean

      He very well could be. ;)

  • Kiwibot

    The shadows on the top edges of the block suggest that it is lit from “below”. If this was a vertical wall he is very high up and the sun is below him.

    • James Dean

      Yeah, I think he’s playing around in his driveway, lol.

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