HI, I am planning to do an assembly for KS3 with the theme of lazy assumptions / other people's views. I will link it to news about "alternative truths' and "post truth" and have cards printed that read "truth" / "false", "i'm fine/save me", "thank you/thank you" depending on which way your orientate them - turn your computer upside down to see what I mean (or just copy and rotate the images) I'll start with the first two and ask what they read - cue arguments about 'facts'; point out that the 'answer' depends on your viewpoint etc. I then want to show a range of photos... but can't find what I need. What i'm looking for is photos that 'close up' suggest one thing that is a lazy assumption (eg a heavily tatooed biker appearing to be pushing someone) that when panned out show something else (eg the biker is pushing someone out of the way of danger). I'll finish with the "Thank you" card and point out that some things - such as politeness - are clear whatever way you look at it. Feel free to use the ideas but in the meantime.... Does anyone have a website / series of photos as described?????