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(Daily Mail)   "Time-lapse" image showing 28 climbers going up and down needle-like mountain turns out to be an actual image of 28 climbers going up and down needle-like mountain   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 2
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2012-11-09 08:29:52 PM
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Timmy the Tumor: so a team of clmbers dressed alike, evenly spaced and standing completely still equals "in perfect haromony?"

How does this rate on the perfect harmony scale, in relation to 'side by side on my piano keyboard'?
2012-11-09 07:48:29 PM
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Photograph of 28 climbers on needle mountain that looks like it has been photoshopped

It may look like it has been through some serious digital altering to show the progress of one climber trekking across a mountain top, known as time-lapse photography, but in fact this shot has not been tampered with at all.

This incredible snap show not one, but 28 climbers

Swiss photographer Robert Boesch's image looks as if it has been though Photoshop, but the scene, shot for Swiss extreme sports company Mammut, has not been doctored with at all.

Mind trick: The photo looks as if it has been altered to show a time-lapse, but is in fact a row of climbers in perfect harmony on a mountain in the Italian Alps

It was taken on the 'Ago del Torrone', perched 3,000ft above sea level, and took five hours of climbing and preparation in freezing temperature.

Perfection: The project took months of planning and over five hours of climbing and positioning to get the climbers just right

'It took several months of organisation and I am really happy with the results.

'It took five hours to climb and required plenty of preparation.


ALRIGHT WE GET IT!
 
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