Think a 3rd Time

A genealogist cropped all the pictures in a family photograph from the late 1800s and posted them as “individual portraits” in an online tree. The zoomed images are somewhat distorted, making three of the brothers who looked alike look even more alike.

I assumed that one of the brothers had been misidentified when looking at the image quickly. It was only upon looking at the image a second and a third time that I realized the identification was correct (based on the minimal background in the picture).

Take a second or two to pause and reflect before posting a comment. It could be you who are wrong.

And make certain that “enhanced” image really is enhanced.