30 Photos That Can Only Be Described As “I Won’t Believe It Until I See It”
Have you ever seen pizza in a circular box? How about $20,000,000 under a mattress? We were also quite surprised when we first saw what you’re about to see.
Bright Side collected 30 photos that will help forget about routine life and dive into the world of things left unexplored. At the end of the article, you will see the first movie in the history of humankind. Get yourself a small box of popcorn because it’s definitely going to be interesting!
“My pencil has seeds on the tip. When it’s too small to use, you can plant it and a tree will grow out of it.”
The bridge cuts the ice like French fries.
What real heat looks like:
“This pizza came in a circular box. CIRCULAR!”
This flower is perfectly symmetrical:
Another “cat” on the cat.
This is the train that clears the snow off of the tracks:
“2 separate tables at my work with different food items and a different number of guests had tabs that were the exact same total on the same night.”
If you pierce a hole in the ice of a lake in Alaska, the methane bubbles burst out and ignite from the slightest spark.
A 400-year-old Bonsai tree that survived the bombing of Hiroshima
The English stand in an ideal line even in the absence of dividing bands.
“A giant lion sculpture carved from a single dead redwood tree. It took 20 people over 3 years to complete.”
The skull of an owl
The leaves were covered with a thin layer of ice.
“A mountain on fire in Tuscon, Arizona, 2015.”
“Got a large ice crystal in Switzerland.”
Niagara Falls from a bird’s eye view
“This is the first complete nervous system ever dissected — 1887. Her name is Harriett and she was a maid employed at Drexel University College of Medicine, now the Medical College of Pennsylvania. She wished to dedicate her body to science.”
Insects eat up a leaf so that only the skeleton remains.
A 900-year-old church in Norway
This is what $20 million looks like under a mattress:
A cancer cell under the microscope
Not many birds have such long eyelashes. This, by the way, is a secretary bird.
A dog surrenders with its owner during a police raid in Brazil
The mix of a husky and a pug
“Heart-shaped bubble wrap.”
“Mini-orange found in a normal orange.”
Summer in Arizona
“Found this little ice tree on my windshield this morning.”
“I’ve been learning to play the violin since I was 3 and these are all my retired violins.”
Bonus: this is a movie called Roundhay Garden Scene and it’s the first movie in the history of cinematography. It was filmed on October 14, 1888. It’s 1.66 seconds long. Enjoy!
Which photo impressed you most of all? Please let us know in the comments!