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The World Wants to Be Fooled · Original Short Story ·
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#1 · 1
The tree silhouette points like an arrow or road in perspective at the crescent moon. It's traditional to put a star at the top of such a tree, but a celestial body suffices, I suppose. A well composed shot, thanks for spotting it, Photog!
#2 · 1
Good pic, but not sure what this has to do with the prompt. Get vibs of Christmas and not of fools.
#3 · 2
I'll have to agree with Griseus here. I like the concept of the moon touching a tree (or the other way around), but you'd have to stretch a lot of noggins just to see how the world would be fooled by it, even if in abstract. Or perhaps perspective tricks in the vein of tourists pushing against the Leaning Tower of Pisa is just another method of mass hysteria.

This is a nice picture, though!