I find this photo intriguing. My reason tells me that it’s fake, but it looks so real. What do you think?
“TREN DE LA NARIZ DEL DIABLO” IN ECUADOR
The stars look so bright and the light coming up from the crater too perfect. I think it’s photoshopped. Not fake, just enhanced, IMO.
THE VILLARRICA VOLCANO IN PUCON TOWN, CHILE
My inquiring mind wants to know: how did they get down there without the proper equipment to climb down and back up?Second mistake: those rocks are probably extremely slippery, and the woman and men in the photo have their hands on their pockets! hahaha, no way ….mmmm, I’d say it is totally photoshopped. The funny thing is that thousands of people all over Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest think that it is true. What do you think friends? I might be wrong.
LOL, physics tells me that this is not possible, unless the rice is glued, hahaha. What do you think?
Don’t believe every photo you see, it could very well be photoshopped! But let’s not forget that having fun trumps bad photoshopping. So, if you like photoshopping, go ahead, it’s fun after all, especially when it’s well done. Hey, as long as it doesn’t hurt or cause harm to anybody, I don’t see any problem with it. I like it, just for fun or inspiration. Some of them -photoshopped pictures- can be really amazing and even motivating and relaxing.
I am a huge fan of Charlie Chaplin. He truly was a genius. I don’t know how one man could write, produce, direct, star in and compose such BEAUTIFUL music for his movies.
I really wish I could have known him. I also have great compassion for the life he had to endure growing up. It just breaks my heart. You can see the sadness in his eyes that he carried with him all his life. He is more than worth watching…he is amazing…!
“It’s discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit.” ― Noël Coward, Blithe Spirit
A liar is a person who changes the facts of an event or situation by giving details to the story that are untrue. The change of facts are not a misinterpretation or a unsubstantial lapse of memory; the altered information is intentional and, more often than not, benefit the liar or make him/her seem more appealing.
And a hypocrite is someone who portrays a certain lifestyle, or a deep set value, often preaching against a particular behavior or act, but secretly (or occasionally openly) partaking in what it is he/she publicly scorns.
“Truth without love is brutality, and love without truth is hypocrisy.” ― Warren Wiersbe