posted on May, 24 2013 @ 07:34 AM
Originally posted by DaveStinger
reply to post by POXUSA
It looked a bit weird to me too initially but it is real.
I drew the lines from the top of their head down to the estimated spot on the ground that was directly below their head in order to work out the
As you can see the shadows are correct.
edit on 9-5-2013 by DaveStinger because: (no reason given)
Hi nice post just joined this thread and that was the comment I was going to make you don't draw the arrows on the shadow on the ground you draw it
from the part of the object causing the shadow.
As for the comments re shadows and lenses a wide angle or fisheye lens can cause a drastic change in how a shadow direction looks. A quick search on
google images would have shown that to the members that don't understand.
For what I see on ATS many members must have spent their childhood with their eyes firmly closed if basic things like shadows cause problems.
Shadows follow the terrain they land on you just have to look at Moon hoax threads to see the problems that causes.