Editor's Comment: Yet more 'booboos', INTENTIONAL mistake-making – or actually moving the LM? See also Exposing Apollo.
Same hill (H) used many times
Editor's Note: Exactly the same conclusion was reached by researcher David Percy in What happened on the Moon? For more in relation to the Apollo 17 stations map, please see also the Final resting place for rover in a previous Apollo 17 study.
More serious anomalies
Editor's Note: Surely multiple use of sets and backgrounds can be the only answer.
High view of rover in wonderland
Editor's Comment: Of course dissenters might say the main photograph was taken from a convenient adjacent slope! Please see previous references to multiple use of backdrops and settings.
Apollo 17 LM disappears
backdrops change again
Editor's Note: This effect cannot occur with natural sunlight.
The proof is in the detail 1
The proof is in the detail 2
Three light sources used to illuminate the CSM
Same CSM – different look