A suburban street in New Zealand has become an unlikely tourist attraction, after people shared photos on social media of a bizarre optical illusion.
Dunedin's Baldwin St holds the title of being the steepest street in the world.
When photos of houses on the street are taken on an angle, it creates the illusion that they are sinking into the ground.
People flock to the street to take photos with the properties that appear lopsided, and upload them to Instagram.
Residents in the street are reportedly used to people puffing up and down the steep street to take photos.
The street also hosts the annual Cadbury Jaffa Race, where thousands of the red chocolates are released at the top of the hill, raising money for charity as they make their way to the bottom.