Bauhaus: Camargue

I’m not sure if we’re looking at a pair of lovers standing awkwardly in the shower, or if twinkle toes is the name of this model’s left foot.

Photoshop Disasters

Considering how much balance is lost without a pinky toe, a mismatched set of toes on a wet surface is a dangerous combination. Don’t even get me started on the perils of shoe shopping.

Nice find Deborah. The original was found in a product catalog of the German hardware store Bauhaus.

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  • Buckwheat

    The right foot is seemingly missing a heel I think. The feet do a little mismatched, but it could just be because the left big toe is hiding behind the other toes.

  • Spillage Griffiths

    Her right foot is flat on the floor, you can see her heel in the reflection. It’s just an illusion that the foor is larger.

  • Scooter62

    You folks are really slipping. It’s odd looking, yes, but NOT a PSD. Just a bad photo. Maybe a new name for the site is in order? http://www.notgreatphotos.com is available.

    • mawu

      have to agree to you. it’s not a bad psd. it’s a result from the choice of the view and the position of her feet. it looks strange but it is actually realistic.

    • Beverly Jenkins

      First time commenter! Try not to drink too much Hateraid, it’s bad for your complexion. Welcome! ;)

  • Besucherin

    Everybody who says it’s not a PSD, just take a look at the reflection:
    Her right foot – or at least a part of it – is somehow in FRONT of her left foot.
    Don’t see how that should agree with normal physics…

  • Besucherin

    Everybody who says it’s not a PSD: Just take a look at the reflection.
    Her right foot – or at least part of it – somehow is visible in FRONT of her left foot.
    Don’t see how that should agree with normal physics.

    • OurJames

      The reflection of the left foot is a fake. They just flipped the image vertically. That’s not how reflections work.

    • kris

      Ahhhh thanks for clearing that up. I had to read your comment to figure out what the PSD was. Guess I’m not detective material after all