19 Photos That Clearly Show How Stunning Reality Can Be

Have you ever wondered why we like harmonious and beautiful things so much? This is how our brain works. Experts believe that humans evolved so quickly thanks to their ability to make art.

We can’t just pass by picturesque and nicely ordered things — our brain makes us stop and enjoy the view.

“This plane interrupted my shot of the sun. It was completely unplanned, yet it added something to the image that made it uniquely beautiful. I figured out which flight it was and contacted the crew. They loved it!”

“I came across this hexagon-structured mushroom.”

“I stacked 65 Jenga blocks on one block.”

Sometimes the nature can create unbelievable pictures.

“Two-hour drive formed this icy texture on the side of my car.”

The way this person arranged their books

“The way all the veins in the rocks line up”

“I had to buy extra baggage to bring all of them home. I only had a pink fur coat (don’t judge me!) and 25 pounds of rocks in my bag.”

“My first self-made shelf fits perfectly into the gap made by the support-beam in my room.”

Sometimes reality by itself can create perfect photos.

“Isn’t this cute?”

“The way the veins of the leaf align on the creases of the hand”

“From the ocean to the mountains in Southern California.”

Some pictures can be more scary than scenes from horror films.

“I accidentally pressed the wrong button this morning. It turned out fine.”

“Home Depot left the sprinklers on overnight in freezing weather.”

“I froze a cherry coke overnight and it made its way through the styrofoam cup.”

  • Some photos can be more informative than history text books.

“Satisfying snowfall in front of my apartment”

Perfection in a waffle

It’s worth diving deeper to get this shot.

Even everyday things can look absolutely different in photos.

“These parts fit 10×10 perfectly.”

A grain of salt is a small piece of perfection.

This is a perfectionist’s heaven.

Preview photo credit mangoklutz / Reddit
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