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27 Amazing Photos That Prove We Know So Little About the World

When you are bored with your routine and dreams seem unachievable, just think about the amazing world around you. Look around and see the bear-shaped clouds or a bucket of paint that contains the entire universe. At moments like these, we realize that magic exists in our lives and that we can create it.

Bright Side has found proof that beauty often hides in simple things and they require your attention right now.

A space shuttle leaving our atmosphere

You can see the number 8 between the diamonds on this card.

This starfish looks like a spaceship from a sci-fi movie.

“Lightning made a hole-in-one this past weekend in Kentucky.”

These rainbow clouds look like a bear.

“Meet the Elasmotherium, a big hairy unicorn that existed as early as 29,000 years ago.”

There is a forest in Virginia that is filled with abandoned presidential heads.

Light and shadow can create incredible pictures.

Light shining through my glass door created a rainbow.

“The perfect way my pencil broke”

A plane emerges from the fog as it lands.

Fascinating park in Astana, Kazakhstan

The shadow of this closed flower looks like an open flower.

A stump that looks like nature’s eyeball

A tornado and a rainbow in the same shot

Six-spot burnet moth

Blue Morpho butterflies in the Amazon rainforest

Whales at Svalbard, Norway

“My friend’s cactus looks like Mr. Krabs.”

“This is what paint looks like before it gets mixed.”

Candy сane snail

“The taillight bulb in my car burned out in the weirdest way.”

“This tree I saw today looks like it didn’t render correctly.”

“Half of the eyelashes on my right eye are white.”

“The pattern of ice on my car this morning”

“The colorful reflections of people’s shirts on the airplane I’m on”

This piece of wood is doing just fine, and you?

Which photos charmed you the most? Have you ever seen similar things in your life? Tell us in the comment section below!

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