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Cynthia Davis, left, and Carol Conroy pretend to catch baby Matilda Davis as they visit an unusual architectural display called "Merchants Store" during the Sydney Festival Monday in Sydney, Australia. The festival is an arts-based event held in January each year boasting local and international artists in contemporary and classical music, dance, circus, drama and visual arts.
Cynthia Davis, left, and Carol Conroy pretend to catch baby Matilda Davis as they visit an unusual architectural display called "Merchants Store" during the Sydney Festival Monday in Sydney, Australia. The festival is an arts-based event held in January each year boasting local and international artists in contemporary and classical music, dance, circus, drama and visual arts. Rob Griffith/AP Photo

The "Merchant Store" in Sydney, Australia, is a mirror illusion art piece designed to give the impression of hanging off the outside of a building up high while really being safe on the ground.

People pretend to hang off ledges and windowsills on an unusual architectural display, called
People pretend to hang off ledges and windowsills on an unusual architectural display, called "Merchants Store," during the Sydney Festival Monday in Sydney. Merchant Store is a mirror illusion art piece designed to give the impression of hanging off the outside of a building up high while really being safe on the ground. Rob Griffith/AP Photo
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