Umbrella size in comparison with the tiles of the pavement is noticeably small. I wonder if they really are the pedestrians captured from above!
Sorry, but it looks fake to me. The scale of the umbrellas is wrong when you compare it to the block paving, the tiled edging of the grass, the grass and the bushes. The umbrellas should be bigger.
Love the textures, color and shapes, fascinating, looking down on geometric designs, like great tile art.
I couldn't believe, and looks fake to me... no offence please but this is what I am thinking looking at the photo. Umbrella looks very small compare to tiles on the walkway/pavement. Is this really a a real photo?
A well staged geometric photo:The umbrellas are too exact, for it not to be. But like I said it takes effort and planning to get any kind of shot. And this one turned out impressive,even without the rain. j.e.s.........
Mankind re-constructing nature into geometry. This is a cloudy day so there are no shadows to make the trees and umbrellas settle into the ground but it is very real. And very artistic.
Pavement is not wet, or is it sunny. Umbrellas open only for the photo. Would've appreciated more if...
Sorry to think about - but looks like umbrellas sizes doesn't somehow fit - hard to believe this is NOT a fake...
@Mike Jackson I have seen block paving near Milan Cathedral and size absolutely matches because those blocks are huge. I think the photograph is shoking due to cloudy all mighty all directional light causing no shadows.
@Pareshkumar Chaudhari Out of this, what I find strange is that, even with clouds, you'd expect some shadows somewhere around the umbrellas. They seem to be just on the ground.
show me person walking with umbrela large as elephant... if it's not that size - are the persons underneath dwarfs?
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