A couple took a picture in Machu Picchu, but a mysterious detail caught the eye

The couple’s daughter posted the clip, which went viral. (Tik Tok: @anahiogarcia1)

Majestic Inca citadel Machu Picchu Cusco, Peru, is a dream destination for travelers from all over the world. Recently, a couple Mexico They decided to embark on this adventure, and as is common in the digital age, they shared their experience with their daughter through photos and WhatsApp messages. However, what seemed like an idyllic journey turned into a journey puzzle Which left social media in a state of stupor.

The parents of Anahi Ortiz, a young Mexican TikToker, took a trip to visit Machu Picchu, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. To commemorate their visit, they decided to hire a specialized guide who would not only provide them with historical information about the Imperial Castle, but would also take some souvenir photos.

My parents sent me pictures of their trip to Peru“, Anahi wrote on her TikTok account while sharing the postcards she received. “Everything was so beautiful… until I noticed something strangeWhat looked like a series of typical family photos became the center of attention on social networks, where users noticed strange details.

The curious detail in a photo taken by a Mexican couple at Machu Picchu. (Tik Tok: @anahigarcia1)

One TikTok user speculated that the images may have been Photoshopped, because when they were zoomed in, something looked weird. Another user noted that the last photo in particular looked “weird”. The hoax took over the virtual community and the question everyone was asking was: What was happening in those photos?

Finally, Anahi Ortiz decided to clarify the mystery in the comments of the video that went viral. It turned out that the guide accompanying his parents was the one who took the last photo Panoramic mode. This configuration causes Unexpected smear on their parents’ facesWhich gives them a comical and “crushed” look. The simple answer behind the strangeness of the images elicited laughter and relief among viewers.

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Anahi’s video explaining the situation has gone viral in Mexico and Peru, showing how the smallest moments can cause a stir on social media.

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