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Posted By:Skip

Old Comments:

2009-04-10 08:47:26
It's indeed a fake picture, but nonetheless a great job. So great that many of us believed in it before reading the note. Deserves to be here.
2009-01-06 08:20:22
Never mind. Maybe you haven't been around the internets as much as the folks who know everything about that photo. Or any other photo for that matter.
2009-01-06 07:03:15
It is a cool image. It was indeed published in National Geographic (I don't remember which issue, but that was the first place I ever saw this picture), but with a note saying that it is fake.
2008-12-31 06:44:31
precisely. this is a famous p-shop job. why do some losers get their jollies trying to spread bullshit? i don't get it.
2008-12-26 06:22:06
This has been around since 2001...anybody who still believes it's real probably left cookies and milk out for Santa Claus last night..
2008-12-26 04:35:54
Its an interesting photo Skip, so take no notice of them! And one gigantic great white shark. As for photoshopping the lot together, they would have to be a b'...good technician to get the rotor's movements without making an error. I note that all the posts for the picture are from earlier this year!
2008-05-01 12:00:15
look I thought this was an interesting photo. EXCUSE ME!!!!!!!!
2008-05-01 09:07:43
It was done as part of a failed international bridge exchange program. Great Britain gave the US the old London Bridge, it is still on display at Lake Havasu, Arizona. I think that South Africa failed to honor their part of the contract, and the Golden Gate Bridge was eventually repossessed by California.
2008-05-01 06:45:23
dumbass of the yeer award
2008-05-01 06:14:41
I nominate it for Photoshop Disaster of the week.
2008-05-01 06:08:32
Not a word of that is true, its a faked photoshopped piece of dreck and it has not been nominated for anything, and when did they move the Golden Gate Bridge to South Africa?????