We're well aware that the "Fog City" is rolling with steep hills that -- for better or worse -- challenge the locals to a daily workout. But we often forget that the buildings lining these streets are engaged in gravity-defying exercises of their own. And, as this photo of what appears to be a tilted house in San Francisco can attest to, the architecture can play tricks on our sense of perception.
Photo by Dahlstrom Photography
Reddit user Projectoffset shared a photo of this home (originally photographed by Dahlstrom Photography) which seems to be toppling over. This vertigo-inducing image was produced by aligning the camera's horizon line to the street level. For a proper view of the property, user Cubol adjusted the image by rotating it 16 degrees.
Photo by Cubol
Pretty cool, huh? Either way, we think the architectural masterminds required to design these homes are absolutely impressive. Let us know what you think, and while you're at it, be sure to check out our list of San Francisco's most expensive real estate in the slideshow below.
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