30 Unedited Photos To Remind You That Life Is Stranger Than Fiction.
Not too long ago a photo of 8 perfect rainbows was being shared all over Facebook and Twitter. Most people were amazed by it but some commented that it wasn't real but the work of a crafty Photoshop expert. We may never know the truth about that one.
We've compiled a list below of 30 of some of the most incredible, unedited photos that people have questioned. Each were taken at the perfect time by talented photographers who were in the right place with their camera in hand. There are a few where the photographer used forced prospective to trick your eyes. Each image has an explanation so you can be sure that they are definitely not Photoshopped.
#1. This owl appeared when someone dropped potato chip snacks into a cup of coffee.
This photo made its rounds on the internet with a caption reading, ‘Who’d a thunk dunking a couple of Hula Hoops in your coffee would be so beautiful.’
We love the photo but who dunks potato chips in black coffee?
#2. It seems he is just barely hanging on for dear life.
But this is just an illusion. He is lying on the ground with his bike. The tunnel behind him gives it depth. The only thing he has to worry about right now is being hit by a group of speeding cyclists.
#3. This is what happens when it's hot water is thrown into the air in Antartica.
Be careful before you try this at home. So many people get burned trying to recreate a similar effect. One commenter said It needs to be -40C or -40F before this trick works. We'll take his word for it.
#4. The world's tallest tennis court.
Dubai's Burj Al Arab Hotel has a grass helipad that was temporarily converted into a tennis court back in February 2005. Tennis pros Andre Agassi and Roger Federer played a friendly game of tennis as part of a publicity stunt.
Agassi said, "This was an absolutely amazing experience. When you first get over how high you are and start playing it's an absolute joy and it was a great time. I had no issues with the height as long as I didn't have to bungee jump off the side."
#5. The acid is finally kicking in and everything is melting.
Nope. The Hausmannian building in Paris looks warped because it's wrapped in a canvas mural by artist John Pugh. Look closer at the bottom where everything is normal. See how they did that? Those French people are so clever.
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