Mother Nature is the most amazing creator. Its masterpieces are so impressive and astonishing that they seem to be part of some fantastic world outside our reality.

At the Bright Side, we’ll here see such magical pictures. They are unbelievable. Just take a look.

A two-headed zebra

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The alternation of white and black colors disables our ability to detect the edges of objects. That’s why we see these ‘two-headed’ zebras.
A rough seaa-rough-sea

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One may imagine a rough sea above his head instead of the sky by looking at clouds just like this. Undulatus asperatus are a rare type of cloud that usually looks frightening. On concord, don’t be fooled by the appearance. For asperatus clouds are never accompanied by a storm or hurricane.
A babya-baby

In this image, Can you find the baby? It’s tricky at first because our brains naturally see the whole picture, focus on the silhouetted trees and figures as well as on the light at the bottom of the frame. Nevertheless, you can see a baby in a womb by looking closer.

A burning tornado

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This is not the picture of a burning tornado which doesn’t even exist. But a picture of the river Rio Tinto in Spain, full of waste from mining activity. The river has become acidic as a result of mining works. The bright red color of the water is caused by the high percentage of heavy metals in it.
A spider weba-spider-web

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By seeing this image, you think that this is the perfect photo of rain. On concord, you’ll notice that each of these drops is just hanging on a spider web by looking it closely.
A picturea-picture

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In fact, this picture isn’t painted by an expressionist artist. During a sunset, there are dead trees in the foreground. In the background, there are red dunes of Namibia. The tricky game of shadows and the light creates a hard-to-believe image as we can see.
On the edge of a cliffon-the-edge-of-a-cliff

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This picture seems like the man is walking on the edge of a cliff. But In fact, it’s the bank of a river flowing inside Glen Canyon.
A magic lakea-magic-lake

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Lake Uyuni is famous for the distorted perception of space. It creates due to the absence of any objects on its surface. During rainy seasons alkaline soil of the lake transforms into a huge mirror. Salt cells are covered by a very thin layer of crystal clear water that reflects the sky and totally erases the skyline.
The stone wavesthe-stone-waves

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You can see some unique rock formations on the border between Utah and Arizona. They have been forming millions of years out of sand dunes. Gradually turning into solid rock. The continuous impact of both rains and winds over a long period of time played a major role in the creation of this bizarre formation.
An abyssan-abyss

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In this picture, you can see two boys jumping into the abyss. In fact, it’s a picture of Jacob’s Well. It is located in the state of Texas. Jacob’s Well is a huge artesian spring with a 12-foot diameter mouth and a 30-foot descent. The water is so crystal clear that jumping in it feels like jumping in empty space.
Phantom sunsphantom-suns

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This phenomenon is known as parhelion. Usually, it is caused by the refraction of sunlight from ice crystals drifting in the atmosphere.
A tree shapea-tree-shape

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Is this a creek tree or bed? Well, it’s neither a tree nor a river. Those tree-like shapes in Baja California (Mexico) are formed in the sand due to the high amplitude of tides in the shallow waters that appear due to strong streams.
A mountain roada-mountain-road

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One sees a road that runs across the top of a mountain chain while looking this picture for the first time. In fact, it’s a picture of the Colorado River perceived incorrectly by our vision due to the shades and color of the river.

An underwater waterfall

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This illusion is created by sand deposits lying along the coast of Mauritius. They look like a huge waterfall underwater.


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