Some Rare Pictures That We Have Never Seen

Definitely spectacular and astonishing!

In a world where individuals have the ability to get linked to everybody through the virtual world, there are still numerous things that we can’t see. Even in the shape of image files, these are still thought about as uncommon photos that a great deal of us have never ever seen even when in life. Now is a great time to write your container list if you’re tired of getting stuck at the house!

Hengifoss waterfall in eastern Iceland, 1-hour hike far. Those layers are 5-6 million-year-old basalt layers from volcanic eruptions during the Tertiary Period.

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This giant ring was used during close-ups in ‘Lord of the Rings’.

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A shot of my eye with the Pixel 3 XL and thought this looked cool.

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The ice wall of Antarctic.

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This is a Favosite or a “honeycomb coral” that went extinct 273 million years ago.

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Such clear water in Sweden.

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Holding pieces of the moon and mars at the same time.

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Droplets of blood, plasma, and water on the surface of superhydrophobic titanium.

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This is how foundations for bridges are built.

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Villela, world’s only known floating hydrozoan species in the genus.

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This is the world’s only alpine parrot, the New Zealand Kea.

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Ever wondered what school playground equipment looks like over a hundred years ago? 1900.

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This is an albino peacock that looks like a dandelion.

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Can you see the shockwave of this explosion?

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This moving petals of water is an orchid mantis.

That tiny disruption on the sun’s surface is a massive eruption enough to fit two piles of earth in it.

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Lizard in a spacesuit! (It’s shedding its skin.)

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An image of a bear and a wolf that travels, hunts, and even share food together for 10 days.

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This group of 14 elephants ‘raided’ a corn farm, but ended up so drunk after drinking 30kg of corn wine and passed out in a tea garden.

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A rare, coincidence image of a falling meteor taken in India by Prasenjeet Yadav.

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