Great Wall of China Optical Illusion

Forced Perspective 14 February 2017 0 Comments

This gentleman is casually leaning up against a wall on a visit to the Great Wall of China.  But something doesn’t quite seem right about this photograph.  Can you figure out what is going on?

Parts of the Great Wall of China were built as early as the 7th century BC.   Most of the best-known sections of the Great Wall were built in the 14th through 17th centuries AD, during the Ming dynasty (which spanned from 1368 to 1644).  The best-known section of the Great Wall of China (located about 43 miles northwest of Beijing) was rebuilt in the late 1950s, and attracts thousands of tourists on a daily basis.

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