Imagine if life would be as we see in video games with glitches, errors and all kinds of things. There are so many things that surround us in daily basis that sometimes seem quite weird. Although we don’t see them every time., when we do we get the an unusual feeling. The world we live in isn’t as boring as we think after all. We only need to see it in different perspectives in order to have more fun.
Therefore, below we have collected some images that will make you look at the world in a different perspective. Our world is so diverse that there are places where you can actually feel like you’re in a different galaxy or even a 3D render. From little glitches in the sky, to an almost transparent building, scroll down below to see amazing shots people did. Make sure to upvote your favorite, and if you’ve ever seen something like this, don’t hesitate to share it with us.
1. These clouds over this abandoned house look like they’re out of courage the cowardly dog
2. This building looks like it’s just one wall of windows
3.Amazing shot taken at the right time and in the right place. These antennas on top of the San Francisco Sutro tower look like a ghost ship
4.The sun hit this freshly-paved tarmac just right and made a real-life rainbow road through polarized lenses
5. The carts sign letters appear to float in the air
6. This looks like a screenshot from a video game but is actually a real altar from an entire church carved underground in a salt mine in Poland
7. This apple has a blurry streak that looks like the texture hasn’t loaded all the way
8. The way the leaves grow on this tree make it look blurry
9. San Francisco Is Looking Like Blade Runner 2049
10.Space needle in Seattle over clouds looks like the cloud city from Star Wars
11.Entrance of an underwater observatory in lake Zug (Switzerland). I took the photo at the weekend, reminds me of The Truman Show
12. My orange toolbox looks like a real life pickup item under my room’s blue light
13. This picture of a cemetery looks like 2 pictures put together.
14. This landscape looks like someone just dropped a green quilted blanket on the earth.
15. This shadow from two different trees in my parking lot
16. This window makes back yard look like it’s in 4 different seasons.
17. Frozen water and waves of lake Michigan makes something that looks like it’s straight out of Game of Thrones or Saw
18. This picture of a car bumper taken after a car crash looks like it belongs to a car coming from another dimension
19. The reflection of the lights in the room behind me make it look like the sky has a trap door
20. When the sun is directly overhead in hawaii, it looks like a bad video game render
Our climate is changing around us faster than predicted. From more frequent and extreme storms to unprecedented heatwaves, we’re indeed feeling the impacts of human-caused global warming. The icebergs are melting, various locations are experiencing greater flooding, wildfires are happening more frequently, and so on.
Specifically, scientists have studied past climate changes to understand the factors that can cause the planet to warm or cool. The big ones are changes in solar energy, ocean circulation, volcanic activity as well as the number of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Thus, they have each played a role at times. However, human activities are not an exception since it is believed to be main contributors to such increases in average global temperatures
And although we’re all concerned about climate change when it looks like a problem for future generations, we still ask ourselves, ‘will climate change even affect me?’ No matter what we care about, climate change is already affecting our world today. While we still have time to limit the worst impact, we have collected 15 great reasons to start acting now.
These photos illustrate the state of the planet and our climate, as it has changed over the past decade. They reveal how much seriously we must consider the climate change issues!
#1 Climate change weakens forests
#2 Beach erosion
#3 Worsening drought
Study says the current California drought is the worst in 1,200 years. Warmer temperatures are worsening droughts.