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26 Amazing and Perfectly Timed Photos That Are Surprisingly Not Photoshopped

Unbelievable and amazing real photos that are not Photoshopped.

There is beauty all around us. When we look at nature, we see amazing shapes in the clouds, in snow, in the way a rainbow is formed, and even in the patterns of animals. There is even beauty in man-made things interacting with nature.

The fascinating photos below were taken by photographers during the most precise timing, using no photo editing software whatsoever, and the results are totally mind-blowing.

Do check them out by scrolling down right now:

#1. Flying just beneath the moon

#2. How a forming thunderstorm looks like from a plane at 11,000 feet

#3. An adorable turtle sporting a coat of algae

Source: letu
#4. A rocket's flight illuminated by the sun

Source: mgur
#5. The shining peak of a mountain

Source: Jim Pankey
#6. The wrath of Thor in Novorossiysk

#7. Soldiers doing their morning exercises in the Chinese province of Heilongjiang

Source: widelec
#8. A stone leaves a dent on a windshield in the shape of a hummingbird

#9. The minimalist border between Italy and Switzerland

#10. The sun reflected against a waterfall

Source: rebrn
#11. What lies beneath is more than you can imagine

Source: mgwykop
#12. What the rain looks like from above the clouds

Source: eddit
#13. The red sky above a heated baseball match

#14. Japanese synchronized swimmer Saho Harada is one with the fish

Source: Kurt Arrigo
#15. Speeding through cotton candy clouds

#16. These spiral clouds reflected on the water look like a portal to another dimension

#17. A solar eclipse in the Canyon de Chelly nature reserve, Arizona

#18. Sheets of ice that look like frozen poken chips

#19. This little fellow looks like a slice of watermelon

Source: Imgur
#20. The darkness during a forming thunderstorm

Source: lomych
#21. The inside of a guitar looks like a spacious apartment

Source: simonbook
#22. Curved perfection

#23. The view from the bottom of a busy city

Source: reddit
#24. Snow falling on the Altai mountains in Mongolia

Source: Olga Skutina
#25. Perfectly synched movement from the Chinese military

#26. The thin line between beauty and destruction

The world truly is a beautiful place if you just stop and take a look!


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    February 5, 2017 at 4:51 PM

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