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Photo of luxe riverside home at St Lucia, Queensland pulled up for glaring photoshop error

Can you spot what’s wrong with this photo? The glaring error that hardly anyone can see in a real estate picture of a luxury riverside home

  • Online trolls on Reddit have poked fun at the glaring photoshop error of a real estate property in Queensland
  • The luxe apartment in St Lucia boasts sprawling and ‘uninterrupted’ views of the state’s iconic Brisbane River
  • Three bedrooms, one bathroom and a one-car garage make up the hot property that will later go to auction 
  • The property ad boasted the property was ‘a unique opportunity to purchase into a tightly held community’ 

A glaring Photoshop error in an image of a luxury riverside home has kicked up a storm online – but not everyone was quick to spot it.

The hot property at Sanford Street in St Lucia, Queensland boasts three bedrooms, one bathroom, a one-car garage, and a sprawling view of the Brisbane River.

‘Perfectly situated on the bend of the Brisbane river, this is a unique opportunity to purchase into a tightly held community,’ the Realestate.com.au property ad said.

The hot property at Sanford Street in St Lucia, Queensland boasts three bedrooms, one bathroom, a one-car garage, and a sprawling view of the Brisbane River 

With a contemporary interior design and open plan living between the lounge room and kitchen, the luxe apartment has great entertainment value

With a contemporary interior design and open plan living between the lounge room and kitchen, the luxe apartment has great entertainment value

‘Boasting uninterrupted views across to the CBD and beyond, this is ideally placed for buyers looking to downsize without compromise.’ 

With a contemporary interior design and open-plan living between the lounge room and kitchen, the apartment has great entertainment value. 

But, the real estate agents appear to have made one glaring mistake when posting photos of the property.

In an image of the backyard, the normally brown Brisbane River has been spruced up to a crystalline blue.

The photoshopper seems to have missed a small section between the jetty and one of its post, where the real colour of the river can be seen.

On top of that, the blue has been smudged onto one of the jetty posts. 

Though the photoshopper seems to have missed a small section between the jetty and one of its post, where the real colour of the river remains

Though the photoshopper seems to have missed a small section between the jetty and one of its post, where the real colour of the river remains

A photo of Brisbane River shows the real colour of the water in the iconic river is anything but blue

A photo of Brisbane River shows the real colour of the water in the iconic river is anything but blue

Users on Reddit have kicked up a storm, calling out the clearly tampered photo.

‘The brown snake [Brisbane River] hasn’t been this colour for a long time,’ one user said.

Another added: ‘This is the best of all time and I have seen some terrible property photoshop efforts.’ 

The property will go to auction in December with the median price for a three bedroom apartment without a water view set at $670,000. 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted the real estate agent for comment.

The doctored photo still has many traces of the original, with the usual brown colour of the river still showing in some spots

The doctored photo still has many traces of the original, with the usual brown colour of the river still showing in some spots

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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