Tuesday, August 26, 2008

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If you were going to use Photoshop's stamper tool to fill in a front yard, wouldn't you do something a little nicer than "dead grass, dead grass, dead grass"? (And what the heck, make the house pretty while you're at it, too.)

Found by Frederick.

16 comments:

drmk said...

The mind boggles about what they were trying to get rid of in the photo.

Deb Clague said...

"added bonus room and laundry room, both appear to be done without necessary permits...Did I say this was a fixer....." - this real estate agent does not inspire confidence.

D~ said...

Perhaps a bit of cropping and rotating the house by a few degrees might help. May explain why the grass is brown as the water runs downhill.

Charlene said...

"...appear to be done without permits..."

Boggle.

Does the realtor not have a telephone? Is she physically unable to pick up the phone and call the municipality and FIND OUT?

Mary from Nebraska said...

Another one for Photoshop Disasters!

jackie31337 said...

For a second I forgot which blog I was reading and thought this was Photoshop Disasters.

ANIEE said...

Can i try ...??

green-minded person said...

was there a mass grave somewhere we don't know of? :p

Family Fielding Brown. said...

My garden could do with some of that, ah, if only everything in life could be photoshopped.

Kacey said...

What the...

KZ said...

I just finished looking at google street view. Unless I am mistaken, the entire house may have been photoshopped in. The address of 528 Wallace Ave. in Vallejo, CA does not appear!!!

KZ said...

I can't find a 528 wallace ave in Vallejo CA in google streetview. Of course google could be wrong, but I would rather think the entire house was photoshopped into the picture. None of the views on that street match the pic in the listing.

jon23516 said...

I too followed up the Google street view, if you go to 544 Wallace the house is pictured with a burgundy mini-van in the drive. Perhaps there were too many worn spots in the front lawn because they parked a car there?

Still not sure why they PhotoChopped the grass that way.

Jon

Sara said...

You can see it here, if you scroll to the bottom of the page:

http://www.redfin.com/CA/Vallejo/528-Wallace-Ave-94590/home/2247424

KZ said...

That is odd. Earlier I could not get that view. Wonder what happened.

Theresa said...

If you're going to Photoshop in new grass, at least make it green!
T