Well, it’s the Olympics! Would you still doubt its authenticity? With an event as significant as this one, you can expect anything to happen. They have the budget, the connection, and the star power to make everything happen, including a simulated rainbow that’s better than the natural ones. The colors are bright; there is no fading whatsoever; this is, ladies and gentlemen, the perfect rainbow.
They held the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, and the construction they did for the games involved significant redevelopment as the organizers wanted to emphasize sustainability. They knew that the Olympics was a great platform to spread the word about the subject.
In a Black and White World
We all know what you're thinking, "Edited, next!" Sorry to break to you, but it's not. You can even have it checked with your go-to Photoshop expert. The reason behind this seemingly retouched photo is that everything got covered in ash except for the flower.
It isn't the first time everything got covered in ash, though; one of the earliest records of this phenomenon dates back to the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. The lava and ash covered the whole city and preserved it in such a mint condition that reports show that there were no later modifications and accretions done to this once great city.
A Waistline No Diet Can Achieve
Move over to Instagram content models. Cathie Jung is here, and she's slaying with her 15-inch waist. It's true; this isn't a digitally altered photo. Jung had altered her body by wearing corsets for as long as she can remember. This was not taken in the early 1900s; this is from recent days, believe it or not.
Maybe you didn't know this, but corsets have played a key role in women's fashion for many centuries, especially in Europe. It has survived the times by evolving along with the ever-changing fashion trends. Just like Cathie Jung, many women - including men, have used them to alter the appearance of their bodies.
No, It’s Not a Magic Portal!
Don't freak out; it looks like some dark sorcery created this, but it's perfectly harmless. This vortex-looking hole is man-made and is just an infrastructural feature of several dams scattered around the world. It also happens to look supernatural in photos when taken under the right lighting. There is no need to set your camera to a specific filter or mode. This photo was taken just by useing a human eye and a very good lens.
Located in Derbyshire, England, The Ladybower Reservoir provides hydroelectricity and drinking water to its region. Every year, numerous tourists and photographers worldwide fly to this place to take a photo of this phenomenon.
Have You Ever Heard of a ‘Zony’?
What happens when you put a pony mare in a barn together with a zebra? You get a zony, and we need one! It turns out you can breed zebras with any cousin species. That didn't come out right, but you get the point! This species can be found only in specific zoos across the globe.
For example, it's called a Zorse if you breed a horse mare and a zebra stallion. These hybrids are always sterile, so they can't reproduce and are categorized under one general name: Zebroids. People prefer to ride these hybrids more than zebras since their body shape is more conducive for riding.