Arizona landscape landscape photos can be deceivingly accurate.

You don’t need to be a professional photographer to spot an ad in the landscape and get fooled.

Here are some tips to make sure you spot it: -A blue-colored object is often a sign that it’s a fake advertisement.

-A red color is often an indication that it was made by someone who wants to sell a product or service.

-The shape of a tree is often deceptive.

A tall tree in the middle of a valley is often seen as an advertisement.

It could also be a tree planted by someone to be used for the location.

-Red-colored vegetation in the center of the landscape can often be deceptive.

It’s a sign of a drought, so a forest in the background could be a sign it’s for water conservation.

-Trees that have white flowers on them are often a good sign.

It can be a marketing sign.

-Dense vegetation is often another sign of drought.

-Roughly the same size as a football field in the desert, a large tree can be an advertisement for a large business.

-Plants that look like they’re standing still and are not moving can be signs of a real tree.

-Birds flying around on the same tree can also be signs.

-Potted plants in the shade of a large, green tree are a good indicator.

-Honey is a good signal of drought because it looks like it’s growing.

-Cherry blossoms are another good sign because they look like fruit.

-Snow is another good signal because it’s very heavy.

-In the fall, the leaves on a plant can be very thin, making it look like a large fruit.

This is called a false tree.