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Photographer Finds Something Incredible After Flipping His Photo


Kevin Wolf snapped an incredible picture in Yosemite National Park, and he decided to see what it looks like upside down. After flipping the photo Kevin discovered that it looks even more amazing than the original.

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“I flipped this photo upside down because the sand under the river kinda looked like stars,” says Kevin.


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