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For the sake of technology, life has gotten faster. Things are getting a lot cooler and easier than they were before. We sometimes forget to take a break and enjoy the world we live in because of how fast it moves.

Even though technology has taken away some things from our lives, it would be wrong to say that we haven’t gained anything from it. One example is how photography has changed. Because of this, we are now able to take amazing pictures of all kinds of things.

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#1 The Effect of the Nighttime Haze.

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At first glance, it’s not easy to tell what’s going on inside this. Is the atmosphere of a planet big enough to hold a society of aliens? Well, let’s check this out and see if it’s true.

Pollution is to blame for the haze at night and the mists that roll over the hills in Sausalito, California. Even though it is caused by pollution, the haze at night seems eerie and beautiful.

#2 Lucky Enough To Knock On Heaven’s Door.

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This is an example of a picture that was taken at the right time. The climber Remi McMurtry, who is 4,744 feet tall, has made someone’s dream come true. This is one of the volcanoes in Iceland at Snaefellsjokull.

The person who took this picture went on this trip with a friend after they chose their destination from a long list of names. On the 27th day of their trip, they reached the top.

#3 Creations that catch the eye.

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Look at this picture up close. This amazing piece of art was made by the well-known painter Georges Rousse. He is known for making optical illusions in old buildings that don’t work.

Rousse is very good at painting architectural details in a way that is not easy to do. When he shows a picture of his work from a single angle, everything looks shocking.

#4 The world of aliens, right here on Earth.

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In the Horn of Africa, the Danakil Depression is in Ethiopia. It is where three tectonic plates meet, and it has a long history of geological changes and volcanoes.

This place looks like it belongs in another world because of the way the rocks are shaped. But it’s good to know that the famous fossil of Lucy, an old humanoid, was found in the area known as “the cradle of humanity.”

#5 Rex Rabbits.

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Even though it seems like a bad thing to say about white rabbits, it’s not. Real rabbits can be seen in the picture. Their black color comes from a mating that took place in 1919. The process of breeding these rabbits began when a Catholic priest got a rabbit whose genes had been changed.

Castorrex was its original name because it was the color of a beaver (castor). Aside from that, they are called “King’s rabbits,” which comes from the Latin word “rex,” which means “king.” This became the common name “Rex” over time.

#6 Lake Of Bubblegum.

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This is another picture that hasn’t been touched and looks like it was taken on another planet. This is a picture of Lake Hillier in Australia as seen from above.

No one knows what the bright pink color of this is. Scientists agree, though, that it is because of microalgae called Dunaliella Salina. These are photosynthetic microorganisms that make beta-carotene, which gives the water a bubblegum color.

#7 The Amazing Kuro-Tamago.

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At first glance, these black things look like the eggs of some kind of alien creature. Well, “egg” is the right word, but these are not alien eggs. The sulfurous hot springs of Owakudani (“The Great Boiling Valley”) in Hakone, Japan, are used to boil these eggs. The volcano eruption that happened 3000 years ago left behind the crater where the hot spring is now.

The locals say that eating one of these eggs will add seven years to your life.

#8 Weird Waves.

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I think this picture looks like fabric paint because it looks like it came from another world. I feel like the woman in the picture is floating on top of the orange and pink waves of the sea.

What is the real reason for this? Whether you believe me or not, these are greenhouses built in Turkey to protect the strawberry harvest. The woman in the picture is in the process of harvesting. Whoever came up with this great idea must know how much fun it is to add color to everyday things.

#9 A Thick Blanket of Fog.

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Late at night, this is how the milky fog covered the Bulgarian city of Sophia. In the picture, you can see the bright glow of the city lights through the soft waves.

When the thick fog that comes from the rolling mountains gets stuck in the valley, it makes things like transportation hard. But if you look at this fog through the eyes of art, it looks like a dream.

#10 Swirls of salt.

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These are old mines that are 650 feet below the surface of the earth. These are in Russia, close to the city of Yekaterinburg. This is a wild, psychedelic landscape made of the mineral carnallite, which is yellow, blue, white, and red.

Carnallite deposits that look like swirls can be seen on the walls of the mine. These swirls are proof that they were made when a salty sea dried up and left behind mineral deposits millions of years ago. Scientists say that the air inside the mine is also more salty.

#11 Eyes Under Water.

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What else could it be but a little scary? What a lovely pair of eyes could be seen through the ice. The sea leopard, also called the leopard seal, is the second largest species of seal in the Antarctic. These are its eyes.

They are dangerous sea creatures, but during the day they look less scary. Only killer whales can compete with them in the sea.

#12 Invasion of Agates.

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When you go outside with your microscopic eye, you’ll be able to see things that will blow your mind. This picture shows a snail’s shell that grew into a spiral on its own.

The stone inside the shell is a mix of grey, purple, and white, and there are also sparkling crystals in the middle. There is something crystalline in this that makes us wonder at the wonders of nature.

#13 Skyscrapers with only one side!

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Didn’t this picture make you look at it twice? At first glance, this looks like a tall building where the second wall is almost impossible to see. And you’d think this has been changed.

Stop! This is just another optical illusion made by a famous architect in Singapore. But this building in me. M. Pei. The shape of this building is like a triangle. When you take a picture of the building from a certain angle, it looks like it’s flat.

#14 A Paradise Of Books.

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You are not the first person to think that the books in this picture are from the Harry Potter movie series.

But this isn’t one of those scenes. This is The Royal Portuguese Cabinet of Reading in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The library opened in 1887, and it has a lot of books outside of Portugal that is about Portuguese literature. There are now almost 400,000 books in the library.

#15 Electromagnets Are A Mystery!

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The lamps that look like tubes light up by themselves for some reason. Is this possible? This is the ozone-like smell that comes from the electromagnetic radiation that forms near power lines.

These men have really gotten the most out of it. Many people thought this was a piece of Star Wars that had been stolen.

#16 Unbelievable Tree Holes.

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Some people think that these tree holes are a message from aliens who came to Earth and took over. But the woodpeckers are the real artists behind the scene. They have made rows of holes in the tree. Look at how smart these animals are for making such a straight line of holes.

#17 Spirit Shells.

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Even though this picture is beautiful and interesting, it is a very important warning for the Earth’s survival. This is called a sea butterfly or a limacina. Its shell broke down after being exposed to carbon dioxide for 45 days.

This is a great way to show how climate change can have a wide range of effects. Due to more carbon dioxide in the air, future generations and animal species will have to deal with a lot of problems, such as the acidification of the oceans.

#18 The end of the world is almost here.

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You might have wondered what on earth this is! This picture was taken by a drone that was flying over an unknown cloverleaf intersection. It really does mess with your mind.

It is hard to explain this in detail, but it looks like the two flat planes meet at a 90-degree angle. But this picture makes us feel like we’ve gone to a different world.

#19 A Blue Lagoon.

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This scene is almost too good to be true. Please believe that this picture wasn’t changed or retouched and that it was taken on Earth.

This is in Shan State, Myanmar, close to Yuan Ngan. Because there is a lot of copper sulfate in it, it is a deep blue color. So, bathing or drinking water from the lake is quite dangerous because it can make you sick.

#20 What Does A Frozen Lake House Look Like?

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Is this a small work of icing? Look back and take another guess. This is a real house on Lake Erie’s shore. The picture shows a moment when ice, snow, and frost covered the shore.

Due to the heavy rain and strong winds, the house has taken on an eerie look. This shows what happens when magical elements are put together.

#21 A beautiful, big blue iceberg.

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At first glance, this looks like a made-up or computer-generated picture of life on a made-up blue planet. This picture, which was taken from a ship near Antarctica’s South Sandwich Islands, has not been changed in any way.

This “cathedral of ancient ice” is a great place for penguins to rest. But they might not know how beautiful the place they live is.

#22 A Magical Desert.

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Fans of Star Wars, Do you find this surprising because you thought it was a new Star Wars movie? This picture is from Black Rock, Nevada, where the Burning Man Festival is held every year.

During this festival, the people who go work together to build a temporary city in the desert. When they build cities, they put all kinds of new structures in them. After two weeks, all the buildings are taken down, and the desert goes back to how it was before.

#23 Underwater Lilypad Forest.

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This is not a strange forest from another planet. You don’t have to go to space to see all of these amazing things in the universe. All you have to do is care about what you want to see.

If you’ve ever gone underwater, you might have seen these things. There is a lot of tadpoles swimming right under the water in this lilypad forest.

#24 The Raven White!

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What you are seeing is real. This rare event is caused by a condition called leucism, so don’t worry about your eyes. Because of leucism, animals and leaves lose some of their color. Because of this, the bodies of creatures with leucism are a light shade of cream.

Even though it sounds like something from a fantasy book, it’s not.

#25 Wow! An amazing light phoenix.

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Whoever took this picture got to see this in real life, which is pretty cool. How cool is it to see a flying phoenix made out of flashes of colored light in the sky? Yes, this is Iceland’s Northern Lights.

Every year, between September and March, you can see these beautiful auroras. They are caused by changes in the magnetosphere. It’s exciting to see these beautiful auroras.

#26 The Mountain That Floats.

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Is it true? Can the mountains really float like this on clouds? Open your eyes wider and zoom in on the picture to try to see the optical illusion. Mount Rainier looks like it is floating above Seattle, Washington, in the United States.

Even though it looks beautiful from a distance, this volcano is thought to be one of the most dangerous in the world. Mother Nature has only been kind to us for a short time.

#27 OMG! An Electric Volcano.

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This picture shows a volcano in Chile that is erupting. It had been surrounded by lightning while it was erupting. You might think it was made with Photoshop, but the truth is that it was made by nature and then given special effects.

One commenter said, “The ash from the volcano, some of which rises in the plume and some of which falls, rubs against each other and makes a lot of static electricity that needs to be released.”

#28 A New Visitor to the Beach (Whale)

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#29 What a long-exposure photo of a merry-go-round!

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#30 The Cathedral of Saint Basil is in Russia.

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#31 This dragonfly is covered with raindrops that are as clear as glass.

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#32 A Spectacular View, Sardinia.

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#33 Norway, home of the Northern Lights.

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#34 In New York, Windows of the Sky. It’s the Chrysler Building.

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#35 A Jellyfish from another world was seen in the deep sea.

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#36 Reflection of the colors of autumn.

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#37 When a helicopter gets close to the water, it looks like this.

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#38 A Bolt of Thunder in South Dakota.

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#39 Clouds that look like a lens above Mount Damavand.

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#40 The Evening.

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#41 After it rained, a mirror was made.

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#42 The Verzasca River is in Switzerland, and the water in it is as clear as glass.

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#43 A waterfall made by a glacier in Svalbard, Norway.

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#44 This is where the Namib Desert and the sea meet.

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