These photos seem fake, but they are the most real!Pictolic
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If you spend a lot of time on the Internet, you've probably developed a healthy skepticism — you can't believe everything you see on the web, because everything is very easy to fake and falsify with Photoshop.
However, these pictures are 100% real. Some of them are made as a result of unexpected coincidences or in exotic places, while others capture works of art deliberately created to mislead you.
Uyuni Salt Marsh, Bolivia
Trees in Schoenbrunn Park
The boat seems to be floating in the air
Zhangye Danxia Colored Rocks in Gansu Province, China
Burned power pole
Haussmann-era building in Paris
Frozen pond in Switzerland
Firewood reflected in a puddle
Sculpture by Alisha Martin
A rare type of undulatus asperatus clouds. We talked about these clouds recently.
Neil Dawson Sculpture in New Zealand
Trees after draining toxic waste in Hungary
Camel thorns and dunes in Namibia
3D globe in Paris
Pond in Japan
Phytoplankton on the beach in the Maldives
Failure in Guatemala
Lake Retba in Senegal. Learn more about this lake.
Graffiti room in Marseille
Installation by Dan Havel and Dean Cancer
Forest sculptures by Spencer Biles