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The Droste effect is a type of recursive image where a smaller version of the full image appears in the full image in a natural way. In this particular example the full image is the front of a box of cocoa, which also appears as part of the image on the serving tray the nurse is carrying.
Contributed by: Arnoud Buzing (March 2011)
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See the Droste effect on Wikipedia for more information.
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Published: March 7 2011