A straight road across a series of hills and valleysappears as a marked zigzag road near the marginof a vertical aerial photograph because
  • a)
    there is some tilt in the photograph
  • b)
    geometric fidelity is poor in the margins in thephotograph
  • c)
    there is variable movement of images due tocamera (or aircraft) being in motion duringcamera exposure
  • d)
    there is variable parallax of point in the flightdirection due to variable heights of points
Correct answer is 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

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