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  • Gina Goad

    Fern Forest, Jamaica So cool! I wish this was a real place. But, apparently it isn't. An artist/photographer named Van Empel creates these weird photos using Photoshop. https://plus.google.com/106223965383290201748/posts/ASJ41zzURhB

  • Takahiro Ogata

    Fern Forest, Jamaica? I am still flabbergasted to have seen this repinned so much these past few weeks with captions like, "Natural Wonders" or "Need To Go" etc. This is rather awful gimp photo splicing. But we see what we want to believe and ignorance is bliss and our human imaginations ultimately build beauty in the world as a choice of perception. :)

  • Periko Palotes

    Beautiful peace in Fern Forest, Jamaica (Ruud van Empel photo manipulation)

  • Rettie Lindeman

    (Fern Forest, Jamaica~!!! #travel ) It's not a fern forrest in Jamaica. It's a photo collage (Photoshop) made by the Dutch artist Ruud van Empel

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apparently photoshopped.. but if these happened to grow in real life.. you know you wish you could go here..

  • Hollyce Jeffriess

    this is a photoshop montage. The plants are called minor's lettuce, they grow wild in California, and are 3 to 8 inches tall.

  • Stacy Nam

    good to know..