These Wildly Beautiful Photos Will Have You Thinking It's Photoshop.
Even Big Cities Can Have A Breathtaking Backdrop
We have grown accustomed to seeing incredible HD and CGI images in movie, print, and online, but we all know that some serious edits were made. Photographers sometimes get lucky enough to catch a breathtaking moment of beauty using nothing but their camera. Keep reading to see some shots that are so remarkable, they look fake.
San Tan Hills
Seattle is an energetic city that consists of coffee roasters, grunge music, rainy days, and of course, software companies. Seattle has also earned the right to boast about their skyline, which is one of the best in the country. In this photo, you can see Mount Rainier hanging over the city in a patch of clouds. The natural beauty of the skyline offers amazing images, but sometimes a photographer is lucky enough to capture the amazing horizon as the backdrop.
An Infinity Pool That Offers An Incredible View
Sometimes light is reflected back to the person viewing it in absolutely stunning ways. The Hotel Villa Honegg, in the Lake Lucerne area of Switzerland, has an endless pool with a hot tub. The steel-constructed pool with that gorgeous mountain view is a beautiful sight to see. It looks as if the water simply blends into the lake, and your eyes are turned to the majestic Swiss Alps. There are other mountain views that offer a different type of inspiration, like in this next photo.
Rescuers Add A Little Color To A Black And White Scene
A volcano erupted in Japan in 2014, destroying a town located on the mountainside and killing 63 people. A photographer captured the moment when this mountaintop shrine was covered in volcanic ash. A group of rescuers made their way to the top of the mountain to search for survivors. This picture looks as if the world as we know it know reverted back to the era of black and white photographs. Mountains provide an overwhelming amount of inspiration for photographers, even if you have to go inside to see it!
When The Moon Is Just Right, Eyes Can Be Seen In This Cave
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Appropriately named for the two, eye-shaped holes in its ceiling, the cave is known as the "Eyes Of God," is located in Bulgaria. Tourists, rock climbers, and even bungee jumpers (they've been known to jump through the larger hole) enjoy visiting the cave! On nights when the moon is perfectly aligned with the cave, people are able to enjoy an image that's more than heavenly. But caves aren't the only places you can find beauty in Europe. A lot of the images are found while rolling along the landscapes.
This Italian Landscape Was Truly Brought To Life
It may look like a painting, but this image of the Italian countryside is actually a photo! The bright sun shines down on the golden fields, and the green, rolling hills. A road, lined with evergreens painted by a quick flick of the brush, extends the length of the canvas. As your eyes dance across the field, the image proves how fluid the landscape is. The next picture shows that even if a landscape is manmade, it doesn't have to be in a cramped space.
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