These could be indications that the man was inserted into the image without much care for perspective.Or perhaps it’s just an unusual perspective, and the arm from the man behind just looks like it’s over the “time traveller”, even touching the camera? I tried to send an email to the Bralorne Pioneer museum, but the address was not valid.Or perhaps that’s a nice thing, since the future Titor invented was pretty gloom.
But if we are considering time travel, how can we know if in some other timeline something historical happened right there? As noted, the image is indeed available through the official website for Canada’s museums.He looks different from other people, but it has already been suggested that he’s using welding goggles and a glove.This is not much of a proof of time travel, and more like evidence of the cyclic nature of fashion.I remember seeing it on Boing Boing, but now I can’t find it! Time travel is an amazing idea, but so far it’s all speculation, fiction, hoax and misunderstandings. Despite being clear that the image, even if authentic, would not be evidence of an out of time man, it’s still possible it could be a hoax.After all, photoshop jobs mixing modern figures in old photos are not that complex.