We love a long exposure as much as the next person, but this one takes the cake. It legit looks like a stairway to heaven and probably inspired Led Zepplin to write its rock classic. We don’t know where this is, but from the ominous clouds to the light bounding toward the sky, we couldn’t help but think it was an erupting volcano with spilling lava at first glance.
This photographer was just in the right place at the right time, and now we have a timeless photo we can enjoy for the rest of our days.
The Art Really Jumps Off the Canvas
It’s always cool when art jumps off the canvas, but we don’t know if this van was intentionally parked this way, or if it was a happy coincidence. Either way, it graced the internet with a perfect picture and one we laughed when seeing.
This gives us a couple more ideas for our art installations and how we can use real-world objects to bring our creations to life.
He Has Risen
It is almost too good for how this man fits in the photo. He looks like Jesus himself, and we had a chuckle looking at this photo. We can only assume he does this daily, walking up to couples and positioning himself perfectly in front of the statue.
If we ever get to Rio, we are going to search this man down and take a photo with him. It’s too good not to and it might break the internet if we get that right picture.
Where Do Babies Come From?
The tales of storks delivering babies date back to the Roman era. Many cultures from the past centuries also saw storks as a symbol of good luck. In Fact, in nature, storks are known for being very nurturing parents to their offspring, even after they've learned to fly. Maybe, this is where the story originates.
Besides good fortune, storks have been associated with family values and commitment. Especially in ancient European Cultures.
See Ya Later Aligator!
When this airboat accidentally landed in a swamp full of alligators, it had the tourists petrified. Ironically, in the photo, the tour guide seems to be the most worn out of all the passengers, despite her having more knowledge about how to handle such a situation. There's no tragic ending here. Everyone managed to exit the swamp without a scratch.
It may have been hard to remain calm, but truthfully, the alligators would have been scared of seeing the machine land in the waters, and run away. How cool would it be if they'd actually helped the passengers have a miraculous escape?