Apr 19, 2014

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Some Bizzare and Odd things around us…

Beauty of the nature lies in viewer’s eyes. A photograph is just a way to show or represent that beauty. Here is a bunch of some wonderful pictures which are not only the example of  beautiful photography but are also a photograph of some miracles happening in the world. You can also call it the creativity and innovation of photographer’s mind. I think it was at the peak while taking these pictures. Some photographs are just the example of wonder created by God.

Some are really very cute and heart touching. Some are the scenes which go thorough our are eyes almost everyday but we do not see them with the way these photographs want us to show.

I am simply in love with these photographs and I am sure you will too. Here are also some scenes which you might not get to see in your life ever.

Gibraltar Airport is one of the most extraordinary airports around the world.

Morning Glory – kind of clouds observed in the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia.

The river above the river: Magdeburg Water Bridge, Germany.

Heavy fog in Sydney, which enveloped the whole city.

Skyscraper-Crescent Crescent Moon Tower (Dubai).

Photo of storm in Montana, USA, 2010.

Lighthouse guard in Mare, France must be one of the most courageous people on the planet!

Airport in the Maldives is located on an artificial island in the middle of the Indian Ocean.

In northwestern Montana, USA. The water is so transparent that it seems that this is a quite shallow lake. In fact, it’s very deep.

This is a unique geological phenomenon known as Danxia landform. These phenomena can be observed in several places in China. This example is located in Zhangye, Province of Gansu. The color is the result of an accumulation for millions of years of red sandstone and other rocks.

View of the sunset from inside the wave.

From the outside it looks like.

 Balcony of floor 103 in Chicago.   Lost paradise in the Indian Ocean. Isle of Lamu. Favelas of Brazil. The boundary between wealth and poverty.

Banpo Bridge in Seoul, South Korea.

Lena Pillars. Russia, the Lena River.

Haus Rizzi - Germany.

Autumn camouflage.

In the city of Buford (USA) lives just one person. He works as a janitor and as a mayor.

Marcus Levine – slaughtering an artist in the literal sense. He creates his paintings by nailing a white wooden panel. At his latest series of paintings exhibited in a gallery in London, Marcus has spent more than 50 000 pieces of iron.



Paris computer games store. In fact, the floor is absolutely flat.

The longest traffic jam in the world recorded in China. Its length is 260 kilometers.

  Family photo.

This statue, created by Bruno Catalano, is located in France.

An unusual tunnel in California’s Sequoia National Park.

Day and night. The monument in Kaunas, Lithuania.

In the Chinese province of Shandong is a bridge across the Gulf of Jiaozhou. The bridge length over 36 km is calculated for eight car lanes, and is the longest sea bridge in the world.

In the resort town of Skagen you can watch an amazing natural phenomenon. This city is the northernmost point of Denmark, where the Baltic and North Seas meet. The two opposing tides in this place can not merge because they have different densities.

Twice a year in the Gulf of Mexico rays migrate. About 10 thousand stingrays swim from the Yucatan Peninsula to Florida in the spring and back in the fall.

The border between Belgium and the Netherlands in a cafe.

These trees grow in the forest near Gryfino, Poland. The cause of the curvature is unknown.

And this is the view down.

Dubai. The view from the skyscraper BurjKhalifa. The height of buildings is 828 m (163 floors).

Balloons in Cappadocia.

Desert with Phacelia (Scorpion Weed). Flowering once in several years.

Office of Selgas Cano in Madrid.

Restaurant on a cliff on the east coast of Zanzibar. Depending on the tide the restaurant can be reached both on foot and by boat.

Emerald Lake in the crater of an extinct volcano. Tongariro National Park – NewZealand.

Thor’s Well – “the gates of the dungeon.” CapePerpetua, Oregon. At moderate tide and strong surf, flowing water creates a fantastic landscape.

The world’s highest chained carousel, located in Vienna, the height of 117 meters.


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229 Responses to Some Bizzare and Odd things around us…

  1. Sarah says:

    The images from Dubai were created on a computer. The Crescent Tower is not finished and may never be made at all. Most images I’ve seen of buildings supposedly in the UAE are the same way.

  2. Korri says:

    Just one detail : the lighthouse is the “Phare de la jument” (Mare’s Lighthouse is just its name) located in Ouessant, France’s western point. ;)

  3. Tasha says:

    Ever heard of the Law of Attraction? If you think positively, you’re more likely to have a positive outcome; think negatively and you’ll most likely drag yourself down and have a negative outcome. Think like a winner; have faith in yourself, if nothing else.
    It’s not enough to just DO things; you’ve got to believe in them.

  4. it’s truly amazing and breath taking hats-off to to the engineering !!!

  5. sux2bu says:

    cool pix but i wonder why they attract so many faggots that wanna argue about God oh well nice pix lol

  6. Allyssa says:

    You guys don’t need to bash or threaten each other. Some people believe God created these wonderful things in nature, let them believe it and be happy. Some people believe no God created these things in nature, but they are beautiful nonetheless, let them believe it and be happy. This is not the place to be arguing.

  7. john hoellerich says:

    I have been a photographer for 50 years..I teach when I can …shoot when I can..listen to others who do…and am addicted to the medium of photography….because without it we would be much less stimulated by what we could not have seen these and other photos of the world around us ! john hoellerich

  8. activevisual says:

    wow awesome…
    no words to explain this .. the purity of nature..

  9. Jason says:

    Awesome pics. Thanks a lot never seen any of those. Good job

  10. I’m totally gobsmacked! What wonders.

  11. joachim says:

    very inspiring I like most of them And that unusual painting is very brilliant


  12. Suraj Ramnani says:

    Superb Pics,thanks for sharing this is definitely going into my bookmarks !!!last post i tried didnt save for some reason so i apologies if you have an extra post by me :)

  13. Nath says:

    The picture of Tongariro crater says that it is extinct, it erupted last week

  14. Nichole says:

    I will pray for you all

  15. Liana says:

    I really never like to post to “faith” discussions (in fact, I never have) since I find it rather useless and since I have never once in my life seen or heard of someone changing their mind on this topic based on something someone said on an online argument.
    However, I am sometimes so amazed that in a world where everyone is being pushed to be “tolerant,” (goodness, I hate that word) people can be so mean to people with different views than theirs. The discussions on this board have done nothing except make one group of people feel more angry toward the other. Hardly anyone has been respectful of anyone else. What are you all getting from this? Tearing down peoples’ thoughts and beliefs is not getting anyone anywhere.
    I guess what I am trying to say is, your beliefs are not justified just because you can do a really good job of arguing with someone and putting them down on some random comment chain. No one is going to be “enlightened” to believe in God or to realize how “foolish” faith is. If you want to have respectful discussions, I am all for that, but these boards get so nasty so quickly. It saddens me. And frankly, as a Christian, I am ashamed every time I read an argumentative post by another “Christian.” It feels like people get so caught up in their emotions that they can’t think straight anymore. When I read these chains I realize why people put so many labels on Christians. Honestly, if I went off of what I see here, I would too. Though all of us have our faults, it seems it is always the people who are the least well spoken and/or the most rude that choose to be the most vocal to represent “Christians.” To be honest, when I read chains like this, there is no one I am more angry with than the people who are claiming to represent what I believe because they are missing the first and foremost important thing. Loving people.

    Okay, I am so sorry. This has turned into a rant. I just get so frustrated sometimes. I truly hope I haven’t offended anyone. Just maybe made you think a little about what you intend to do with the comments you post. If I have offended you, I am very sorry…but I really don’t want to argue with you about it. Please don’t insult me for having opinions. You have them too.

    • rtaylortitl says:

      I agree…it’s a waste of time. As an atheist, I just happen to believe in one less god than you do…no big deal.

  16. Chris says:

    I have seen the Gibraltar runway crossing in action on my holiday at the island itself. It was crazy to watch and spent hours watching it. And it’s not just the crossing thats fun to watch but also seeing the planes curve around the island and land on the short runaway built on the sea.

  17. Rozsa says:

    Okay, so these are awesome, but there are two definite fakes.
    1) Crescent Moon tower in Dubai does not exist.
    2) Lost paradise in Indian Ocean either does not exist or is a CGI reproduction of something that exists http://www.8778.cn/en/up_pic/200941714141858579.jpg
    But the image show is definitely CGI. The roof is just so damn smooth and perfect.

  18. willis says:

    The lighthouse picture has more to it than just some guy having a smoke. Actually they are in the middle of a storm and have been hanging out on the higher levels. The first level having already been washout when a wave busted the windows. The people at the light house are waiting on a rescue chopper and the guy at the door looks out thinking they were there. Unfortunately the chopper the picture was taken from isn’t the rescue chopper and there are more shots that follow but rarely seen. The wave dwarfs the ledge and the guy steps back in and shuts the door just in time or would have been washed away. All this can be read if you google the lighthouse picture name. Still amazing shot. And all the other pictures are phenomenal as well!

    • Tobias says:

      I heard another story, that they weren’t waiting for a rescue or anything, but he came outside to see what the helicopter was doing, and the wave did infact kill him.

  19. matthew says:

    Amazing pictures!!!! oh and i think the guys that are arguing need to get laid. :-)

  20. Bangkok Holidays says:

    Great selection – cheers!

  21. Daclaud Lee says:

    Very cool images! I was very amazed with what I saw!

  22. Nate Harrin says:

    God is fake and christians are ignorant.

    • rtaylortitle says:

      How true, how true. It’s all mythology based on power-lust during Roman times to merge Attila the Hun with the witch doctor (Ayn Rand had it right).

  23. graeme staples says:

    the piccy labelled Emerald lake in a extinct Volcano in New Zealand is in fact the crater lake of Mt Ruapehu a mountain that has erupted in 1995 and 1996 and again this century. Emerald lake is on Mt Tongaririo a few Kilometers away, a mountain who erupted a few weeks ago for the first time in 114 years.

  24. MarkmBha says:

    Great pictures… look at the pictures people, and forget about “God”!

  25. Michael J. Schmitz says:


  26. suba sagar malla says:

    I love that border between B and ND

  27. Gabriel says:

    Wow! Those are absolutely stunning. Thanks for sharing them!

  28. Jesus says:



  29. carl watson says:

    Regarding the crater lake in Tongariro nat. park, its not extinct, in fact it only recently erupted a minor “lahar”.

  30. j0da says:

    Sometimes one longs for 22-12 when everyone can finally go to their gods. The earth has done million of years without humans and will do so for another million years. And now i will try again to enjoy the beauty of the pictures. Thank you.

  31. Candii says:

    These images are crazy beautiful

  32. Brookie says:

    Seriously? just enjoy the pictures. you dont have to put someone down for such little things. i love the pictures theyre beautiful (:

  33. aLCY says:

    Faith is not exclusive to theists … we all have faith regardless of skydaddys

  34. moe says:

    Hey you guys should stop bashing religion it’s not like it affects your life
    It’s a sensitive subject that has gotten many a man in trouble
    And I’m just a twelve year old girl you guys should be ashamed of yourselves

  35. rtaylortitle says:

    When y0u grow up, mature and learn to focus your thoughts you will, hopefully, come to realize that religion is one of the worst things that has ever happened to mankind. It’s used as a “crutch” to replace reason.

  36. Ninja Boy says:

    I like turtles….

  37. Mike says:

    Look at the complexity of all of the universe. The chances of everything “evolving” as is are much slimmer and much harder to believe than there being some creator. To be an atheist (the belief that there is no god… yes its a belief) you are saying that you choose to believe in a significantly less probable outcome. That in and of itself shows ignorance.

    • rtaylortitle says:

      Complexity exists because that is the nature of the universe…it’s not suppose to be just one piece of matter floating in space. I believe what I see and/or what I can experience. I see no “evidence” of a god(s) or godhead. You do because that’s what you wishfully hope exists. We atheists believe there are no angels, demons, gods, fairies, hobgoblins or Santa Claus. That is not a belief ‘system’. It is the LACK of a belief in a non-existing ‘system’ which you opt to believe in. Simple. Belief is something demonstrable is just the opposite.

    • Jeannine says:

      You can’t fix “stupid” or as Jimmy Buffett put in a song, “there’s no dumb-ass vaccine.” If someone doesn’t believe, they think they have to try an make everyone else look stupid. The fact that there is no proof either for or against the existence of God shows that they are closed minded when they insist that there is no God. There was a time when Galileo was when he said the world was not the center of the universe. I see a correlation here.

  38. Jordan says:

    You people really need to learn that not everything is related to god. Just look at the pictures and enjoy them. You people who fight over religion annoy the hell outta me.

    • rtaylortitle says:

      I agree. Many, many people can’t carry on a NORMAL conversation without saying something about THEIR god! I had an aunt that mentioned god in about every third or fourth sentence. I told her one day that that was NOT normal, and that actually she was driving people AWAY from what she deemed to be the truth. At some point in my younger days I started doing research and study on my own and discovered that so many parts of the Old Testament were cruel and wretched and that there are so many contradictions in the New Testament that there were errors everywhere. I became an atheist, and have enjoyed actually LIVING ever since. To HELL with dogmatic mythology and superstition.

      • MJCamp says:

        Rtaylortitle, Are you saying you believe in HELL? Why use a “religious” word when you don’t believe in God, heaven or hell?

        • rtaylortitle says:

          Are you an adult…or are you a child? Any NORMAL person would spot a metaphor when he/she/it read it. I don’t believe in a heaven or hell….oops, I’ve used those two words, ergo, I must actually believe in them. MJ…grow up, mature and learn to focus and try to improve on your public SCREWL education.

  39. jonny says:

    My girlfriend says of the curved trees in Poland: “The winds blown em”

  40. TheLastBaron says:

    BIZARRE is spelled B-I-Z-A-R-R-E, not bizzare. Try to decide on one spelling. Using two looks stupid.

  41. Tori says:

    Wow expected the comments to be full of people bitching about the awful grammar of the writer of this article, and I mean god awful! So bad it made me cringe and now I’m left cringing about the pointless religion arguments dominating the comments.

  42. Megan says:

    Um okay this is not about religon or grammar this is about wonderful pictures so I’m actually going to comment on them. I really like the one with the two oceans meeting and the ones with the really tall buildings that were seen above the mist but really all of them were pretty awesome so, good job!

  43. Allen says:

    So how about those photo’s? They sure were pretty, and I didn’t see god in any of them. :)

  44. Stephen Kjeldsen says:

    Found it via stumpleupon.com. this is amazing!

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  46. mslivegirl says:

    This is a very good article with a lot of good pictures. I’m glad I stopped by and took a deeper look at this. I think that Dubai. The view from the skyscraper BurjKhalifa. The height of buildings is 828 m (163 floors). is my favorite picture. Thanks for sharing.

  47. Buford says:

    It’s Buford, Wyoming, not Buford, Georgia as the wiki link suggests.

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