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Atilla Csorgo

Hungarian artist Csörgö's photograph of slanted water appears to defy logic, yet it is, in fact, a genuine image.

The trick behind the photography involved rotating the surface on which the glasses sat at high speed, then capturing the moment with an equally high speed camera shutter setting.

 

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