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Photo Foolery

Photo Foolery Test your awareness of truth and illusion in visual images by viewing these six tricky photos. This National Geographic site demonstrates that you can't always believe what you see. To help you learn how to discriminate between real and fake, the site provides awareness tips and background
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Photo Foolery


Test your awareness of truth and illusion in visual images by viewing these six tricky photos. This National Geographic site demonstrates that you can't always believe what you see. To help you learn how to discriminate between real and fake, the site provides awareness tips and background information for each image.

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• Middle School Elementary School

Susan Ouziel

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