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What is wrong with this picture (if anything)?

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...would I cross that bridge...the keystone is upside down and therefore doesn't really provide much structural support. The arch will just collapse in on itself!

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Is that all?

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Is that all?

I didn't see the river on the other side of the bridge...however, it COULD just take a hard right and remain hidden behind the bridge...so, I don't think that's it...

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the clouds should be above the blue in the sky?

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the clouds should be above the blue in the sky?

welcome to the Den and very nice job!

Anything else?

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the clouds should be above the blue in the sky?

Why do the clouds have to be above the blue? Could just be that a storm is brewing on the horizon...

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So, when I said you can't see the river on the other side of the bridge, I should have gone with the opposite: you can't see the other side of the bridge under it. The bridge is relatively narrow (~10 feet or so)...and yet, when you look under it, it's completely black...You can't see the sunlight on the other side of it. With a bridge that narrow, you would DEFINITELY be able to see the other side or at least some sunlight showing through.

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the clouds should be above the blue in the sky?

So, when I said you can't see the river on the other side of the bridge, I should have gone with the opposite: you can't see the other side of the bridge under it. The bridge is relatively narrow (~10 feet or so)...and yet, when you look under it, it's completely black...You can't see the sunlight on the other side of it. With a bridge that narrow, you would DEFINITELY be able to see the other side or at least some sunlight showing through.

Why do the clouds have to be above the blue? Could just be that a storm is brewing on the horizon...

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Fair criticism, i agreed with the other poster mainly cause it appeared that the cloud were blue and the sky was white

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shadows.

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shadows.

yes. i still have more listed.

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The tree on the left side has a weird lump of leaves coming from the top of the picture. It does not seem to be connected to the rest of the tree, though it is possible.

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The man's leg-to-torso ratio is completely off.

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It ain't a picture. its a water colored painting and drawing.

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The only thing wrong with the picture is the keystone.



It's quite possible for there to be clouds on the horizon but blue sky above (as I look out my window...)

There do appear to be shadows: the shadow on the fencing to the right would suggest an object (tree?) off-picture to the right and this side of the bridge. In which case the bridge itself would cast a shadow on the water (as the attached)

The torso/leg ratio could look unusual because of the length of the man's jacket/coat.

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Looking closely, it's possible to make out the arch underneath the bridge. There does seem to be a problem with the perspective

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