Photos That Are So Unrealistically Real That You Won't Believe They're Not Photoshopped - Daily American Buzz

Photos That Are So Unrealistically Real That You Won't Believe They're Not Photoshopped

Whenever you look at a magazine, chances are the people staring back at you have been photoshopped. With today’s technology, we can pretty much make any picture look the way we want it to. But here are 30 unbelievable exceptions where the photo has been left completely untouched.

#1. This is a picture of a rainbow laser. That’s right. A rainbow. Laser

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#2. Blooming amongst decay

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#3. It’s as if they stepped into an old black and white movie – but no, this was the aftermath of a volcano eruption in Japan

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#4. I didn’t expect to find an SUV at the end of a rainbow

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#5. This UFO is actually one suite in Sweden’s Tree Hotel

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#6. Speaking of UFO’s, here’s a cloud that looks just like one

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#7. I didn’t know moths got this big… yikes!

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#8. This is not a canvas painting, but one of French artistGeorges Rousse‘s perspective peices, where he paints certain parts of abandoned buildings to create the following illusion. He has been doing these since the 1980s.

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#9. This is all done by street artist Aakash Nihilani using fluorescent green tape

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#10. Here is some more perspective art by Felice Varini

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#11. Knee deep in sheep – let’s hope they aren’t keeping anyone waiting!

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#12. This Radisson hotel in Berlin is home to a two story cylindrical aquarium

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#13. A person dressed up as a pixelated video game character

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#14. The sunlights gives this mountain it’s incredible glow

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#15. Where does one end and the other begin?

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#16. This is a sculpture called “Maya” in the Bristol Temple Meads station in England. It was created by Luke Jerram, and was created using 5,000 12-mm square stickers on water-cut aluminum sheets. It’s three-dimensional.

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#17. Someone in Beijing got sick of city life and constructed this mountainous oasis on the roof of their building.

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#18. The tsunami of beer (this is an actual weather phenomenon known as a shelf cloud, which happens when warm and cool air collide)

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#19. Don’t fall through the cracks! This incredible illusion was created by artist Erik Johansson

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#20. Stunning mist clouds in Florida

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#21. Look at this miniature aquarium that is actually just an ocean opal

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#22. This 70-year old shack is outfitted with mirrored slats

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#23. That’s not a bunny; it’s an enormous cotton ball

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#24. Well, now we know where goth kids come from!

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#25. These are actually terraced rice paddies in China

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