No your analysis of the shadows is incorrect. The non level terrain (hilly) and single light source (Sun) will create non parallel shadows. Also if there were multiple light sources as sugested by this pin you would see multiple shadows for each object. See this example -> http://2.bp.blogspot.com/--VpB7QuUbtM/Vp_43pIGEwI/AAAAAAAAKW4/K0pjs0uZia0/s1600/Diverging%2BShadows.jpg Don't take my word. Find a hill and look for your self. #Nasalies #Flatearth
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