Trees after the Storm, Lower Saxony
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An incredibly convincing black-and-white Santa.
A luxury resort in South Korea built to look like a beached ship.
Trees cocooned in spiders webs after flooding in Sindh, Pakistan.
Mirrored wooden shelter in the California High Desert.
Dodo Laboratory/ Instagram
This ad is a part of a Greenpeace campaign in Russia.
Best Earth Pics/ Twitter
The world’s largest jellyfish.. Lion’s Mane, 8 feet in diameter and 50 meters of tentacles.
A sculpture of smaller and smaller steps by David McCracke.
A tornado and a rainbow converge over Kansas.
The wire art of Benedict Radcliffe.
A huge dust storm that hit Western Australia in early 2013.
Emilio Rodríguez Posada/ Wikimedia
The floating faucet sculpture.
Atlas Obscura/ Facebook
This is what some houses in New Zealand actually look like.
Vatnajokull Glacier Cave in Iceland.
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This incredibly realistic sculpture by Ron Mueck.
Apocalyptic as it may look, this sinkhole appeared in Guatemala City in 2010. It is 60 feet wide and 200 feet deep.
Amazingly clear water.
A stunning optical illusion outside Paris City Hall.
A massive rubber ducky in a city river designed by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman.
The way these trees line up with the edge of the park.