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A new thread on - what appears to be - an obviously photoshopped image by Andrzej N released by @NatGeoMag
I guess they don't even care anymore, it is that obvious.
Just in case you cannot see it, I have highlighted the parts of the picture that appear to be repeating, with red triangles, to indicate the copies and their slightly different angles.
The wasp on this image, found on the Polish National Geographic site, also by the same photographer, looks remarkably similar.
national-geographic.pl/fotografia/osa…
Or is it this wasp? Still by Andrzej N. Now with a different reflection in the water droplet, and this time featuring wings. And a different flower.
yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/photos/1368176…
The wasp was also found on a different flower, but with the same reflection as the winning photo.
yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/photos/1371248…
Same wasp on another flower, with different water droplets, but its legs and mouth pieces still in the same position. This wasp does not appear to move much.
yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/photos/1370664…
Mr. Wasp again, still has not moved much, now with 1 wing and 1 water droplet on the right. It appears to love yellow flowers.
yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/photos/1368187…
Also look at this short thread by @alchemytoday, who came to the same conclusion.
Maybe Andrzej N took a dead wasp and glued it onto different flowers? Like the taxidermied anteater from a museum in Brazil that was part of a winning (but now disqualified) photo in the British Natural History Museum competition.
cnn.com/2018/04/27/wor…
petapixel.com/2018/04/30/a-c…
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