For as long as we can remember, bigfoot has been described as a big, hairy, ape-like being living in some jungle. Now we realize we’ve been lied to this whole time! If this were real, that would be one big, painful stomp.
Whether we’re getting a perfect perspective once again, or these are two images that have been cut together, we’re pretty sure that there isn’t actually a huge tennis shoe and jeans-wearing giant stomping around, bringing its full weight down on a poor, unsuspecting guy. R…right? Please tell us that isn’t the case. Hopefully, this guy is well and healthy, and no one actually squashed him to bits on the sidewalk.
It Needs a Relocation
Why should Paris have the Eiffel Tower all to itself? The Eiffel Tower really isn't all that large. Small enough for a crane to pick it up and plop it somewhere else so the lawn can be taken care of a little bit.
No, we're kidding – while the Eiffel Tower is a little smaller than a lot of people think it is, it's still a thousand feet tall at the tip. Putting a crane anywhere within visual distance of the Eiffel Tower is going to create this fun shot at the right location. Paris's iconic landmark isn't going anywhere, don't worry.
The Longest Arm in the World
A second look at this picture and you'll see the truth, the girl on the left has her arm around her friend, but the first time you look, you're sure to think that the man behind them is reaching out to lay a palm on her shoulder.
It just took lining things up properly to achieve this picture, but who knows if it was intentional or not. There are plenty of pictures taken every day, and all of them have an opportunity to turn into an illusion like this one accidentally, but this one looks so perfect it's hard for us to say it wasn't supposed to be that way.
The Woman in the Lake
There is something that every single human has called “face pareidolia,” which is basically a trait that lets us see faces in things that aren't faces. Rocks, knots of wood, shadows, toast – it happens everywhere.
In this picture, most people will see a woman, thanks to the natural scenic view of the bridge, rocks, plants, and water reflection. You can see the eyes and a set of lips. If the photographer had stepped a few meters to the left or right, the trick would have been ruined, but at just the right angle, you see a peaceful face (that kind of resembles a creepy skull).
Fishing in the Sky
That huge party or outdoor concert is a party to something that has rarely been seen: a sky full of fishing boats and pleasure craft. There seems to be no fear there, even though at any moment, the boats could come tumbling down on top of them.
Or not, since they're just floating on water. Thanks to the height and angle of the camera, the color of the water, and the light conditions, it really looks like the boats are floating. Past the understanding that boats can't fly, take a closer look, and you'll start to see small ripples in the water around the boats.