What’s ‘not quite right’ here?


Tuesday 23 September, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Something in this image is a little out of the ordinary…. just not quite right….
Can you spot it?




19 thoughts on “What’s ‘not quite right’ here?

  1. swamiyesudas says:

    Many of the angles seem wrong, my Dear Spike! This is either intentional, or photoshopped.


  2. newbloggycat says:

    Is it the colour of the sky? It’s sunny but the sky colour is a bit odd 😦

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  3. Gill McGrath says:

    is it on water looks like reflections under bottom balcony and safety glass round the balconies.


  4. Br4ceYourself says:

    In the lower left it appears to be a human wrapped in a tarp 0-0


  5. AnnetteM says:

    The very large pink fish on the bottom left balcony?


  6. panikikubik says:

    I can see a mannequin or a person diving from the balcony at the first floor to the left


  7. KG says:

    Is it the balcony which got converted to a room ?


  8. Missy's Crafty Mess says:

    Is that a misplaced door or a big window?


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