Nov 12, 2018

12 Perfect Photos That Look Photoshopped But Aren't.

These photos look like they have been photoshopped but actually they aren't. Don't believe us, have a quick glance and you are sure to be surprised.

Lake In Hefei: This is the result of too much pressure on local resources where even clean water can become an issue.

Lake In Hefei
(Image via: allthatsinteresting).

Multi-Colored Bark: This multi-colored bark is of Eucalyptus deglupta also commonly known as the Mindanao gum.

Multi-Colored Bark
(Image via: daleysfruit).

Waves On Lake Erie: Dave Sandford, a professional photographer took this perfectly timed photograph at Lake Erie.

Waves On Lake Erie
(Image via: amusingplanet).

Colorful Waterfall: San Francisco-based photographers Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard worked with glow sticks, various headlamps, road flares and even the moonlight to take this breathtaking photograph of waterfalls in California.

Colorful Waterfall
(Image via: boredpanda).

Trees In Schonbrunn:

Trees In Schonbrunn
(Image via: reddit).

Levitating Boat: The clear water makes it look like the boat is floating in the air.

Levitating Boat
(Image via: reddit).

Waterfall In The Yosemite National Park: A perfectly timed photo of a Yosemite National Park waterfall taken by Canadian photographer Justin Lee.

Waterfall In The Yosemite National Park
(Image via: lostateminor).

A Bird In Your Coffee:

A Bird In Your Coffee
(Image via: doodlewhale).

Colorful Terraces: These are the colorful rice field terraces of Yunnan.

Colorful Terraces
(Image via: reddit).

Flying Dutchman: It's the Sutro Tower in San Francisco that looks like a flying Dutchman.

Flying Dutchman
(Image via: reddit).

Kingfisher Diving Into Water: This incredible bird photograph comes from Spanish wildlife photographer Cea.

Kingfisher Diving Into Water
(Image via: mymodernmet).

Tilted House:

Tilted House
(Image via: atlasobscura).

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