I looked in the order posted... and the context clues are a big help in guessing correctly However, I love that you framed it and put it on a wall in a "museum", because it looks absolutely right at home as a work of art. I doubt I'd have guessed right in reverse order, seeing the framed scrape first. It's something we've all seen - usually somewhere like a multi storey car park. But taken out of context - this is very cleverly done... a great observation!
oh.. my examples again It's just that I've often seen scrapes like Mr. Bulldozer's, where a vehicle has rubbed along the wall when turning sharply to go up a ramp, from floor to floor, in a multi storey car park... they usually leave a little colour behind, from the nearside wing::
I like your visual games - always something to think about, a puzzle, a trick
I'm glad you looked in this order, because you fell to my trap I made a trial. wanted to check how this "wall & field" picture will feel when it is inside of a brass frame and hanged on the wall of a museum... I deliberately looked for the contradiction... wanted to take this wall out of its real context and see who it will feel as a museum exhibit... I have no answer... but the contradiction itself makes me feel good with it