20 Pics That Show the World Has More Fascinating Things to Reveal to Us
The world never stops fascinating us — and we have proof! You might be taking a stroll in the woods and wander upon some 150-million-year-old dinosaur footprints, or a rainbow pool. All the more reason why we always have that urge to see and experience more of our planet, which is of course rare, wonderful, and beautiful.
Bright Side is always intrigued by the fascinating and rare sights the world reveals to us. And it is our utmost joy and pleasure to share them with you.
1. 150-million-year-old dinosaur footprints found in France
2. Snowflakes highly magnified by a low-temperature scanning electron microscope
3. A tree fell over, but its roots are still intact, so it just kept growing upward.
4. Starfish with 6, 5 and 4 arms
5. A lightning strike created an 8 inch hole near the sidewalk and turned the concrete into chunks of glass.
6. Me and my girlfriend were walking in the woods the other week and saw a rainbow pool for the first time.
7. Massive elephant art on a rock in Kenya
8. There is a grapefruit tree growing out of the grapefruit I just opened.
9. This is what a 225-million-year-old petrified Opal tree trunk looks like.
10. A puddle’s reflection of the sunset created another universe.
11. Last “night” at midnight, in Tuktoyaktuk, Canada. The sun hasn’t set here for 7 days and won’t set again until July 25th.
12. This is a rare phenomenon called nacreous clouds. They are formed high up in the atmosphere, at an altitude of 30 kilometers.
13. The spectacle of frozen methane bubbles at Abraham Lake, in Alberta, Canada
14. This hummingbird is sharing water with some bees.
15. Supercell in Wyoming, USA
16. How whales sleep
17. I saw your big lettuce, here’s my big celery.
18. This block of wood was electrocuted to form these patterns. They’re called Lichtenberg figures.
19. The way this plant flowers is amazing.
20. An albino lady bug
Which of these rare pictures would you love to see for yourself? And have you ever wandered into something rare and fascinating? If you have, we would love it if you shared a photo with our community.