Our senses function in a way to help us perceive our surrounding world but so far eyes are the most functional and important among our other organs of sense. 80 percent of all impressions are perceived by sight. That is why they say it is better to see once than hear about something thousands of times.
So, instead of telling you how wonderful our world is and how much incredibility there is we never heard about, we decided to share some photos SHOWING this incredibility which got us wowed too!
So, scroll down to see the photos and be thankful for being able to see the wonders going on around you.
#1. A baby ghost crab. These little creatures are almost invisible in the sand
#2. A statue of Yasuke, an African slave, who arrived in Japan in 1579 and became the first black Samurai
#3. Huntsman spider is the biggest spider in the world
#4. Electric storm on lavender’, Brihuega lavender fields in the province of Guadalajara, Spain
#5. A parasite makes its host grow extra limbs.
#6. This is what a Tattoo under UV looks like
#7. Despite currently living in tropical environments, Lions are quite comfortable in the cold/snow and can grow thick winter coats.
#8. Baby dik-dik’s one of the smallest and most adorable animals on the earth
#9. The wreck of Costa Concordia with tilted lens
#10. The visible meso cyclone of a supercell thunderstorm. The blue tint is caused by hail in the updraft. The spaceship appearance is due to drier air at the mid-level of the atmosphere
#11. The Near-Extinction Of The American Bison hunters standing on a pile of bison bones
#12. This is the president of Ireland and his two dogs. Bernese Mountain dogs. These dogs are loved by the nation. The dogs have met some of the world’s most famous people but are always happiest when around young kids.
#13. The vivid colors of the Mandarin Dragonet.
#14. How they filmed the Delorean on the train tracks in Back to the Future part 3
#15. Toaster from 1920
#16. The tomb of Amintas in Fethiye, Turkey.
#17. 9000-year-old Neolithic Spirit Masks, the World’s Oldest Masks
#18. Before and after the excavation of the Ancient Greek Stadium
#19. Large acrylic on wood piece, the resin gives it a glossy shine and layers of dimension.
#20. A grandpa riding a horse with his grandchild and pet eagle.