An illustration from the New Yorker in June 2006, some media network executives going over a waterfall.
Aside from riding a giant floating TV they were previously paddling on a placid stream, they're in a geomorphically absurd situation.
The illustrator clearly knows that trees grow straight up, but didn't learn much in art school about fluid mechanics and geology.
And next something from the Moon. A disaster on all fronts.
Labels: geomorphically incorrect art