I have a 1950's book of photography which shows two images on facing pages. They are actually the same image, one the correct way round and the other reversed.

The scene is nothing spectacular, just an rough road with a fence down one side and a couple of old houses down the other side.

To me, one image seems to be a very warm and inviting safe place to be whereas the other gives me a feeling of being exposed and in danger.

I find it strange that just flipping over the image can give two opposite messages.

Steve.