You might think this is a still from the next aliens attack disaster movie that Hollywood has been creating, but it’s a real picture. There are no witches living in this house, either, as far as we know. Though we could be wrong.
We’re sure there is some sort of nerdy atmospheric explanation for how a cloud can roll into that sort, with all those flattened edges and the rounded middle shape, but we don’t know it. We do know that it looks eerily like a classic Unidentified Flying Object – a UFO. This little British suburb might have some abductions soon.
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.
It's a Symbiotic Relationship
This appears to be the kind of shark and remora relationship that you hear about sometimes. The smaller fish hang on and get a free ride and a snack while the shark keeps its skin clean.
As the helicopter sits in the foreground, the jet fighter takes off behind it at the perfect angle and size to make it look like it's balanced on the 'copter's rotor. In reality, the plane (we're not going to try and guess what kind it is) is quite a bit larger than the helicopter. Getting things in the right position and size can create something entirely different, so keep your eyes open.
The Mysterious Floating Island
You might be thinking that this picture underwent a little bit of Photoshop design to trick you, but it's not the case. No, the island on the left side of the picture isn't floating – it's still settled on the water, just as proper islands should be.
Large bodies of water create a haze with water vapor, steam, or reflections, which might be coming into play here. Follow the dark line that runs under the island to the right, and you'll see that the dark band is just another section of the water. There's a boat and a second island that is resting on top of it. It just so happens to merge perfectly with the island in the background.
Attack of the Giant Grasshoppers!
This picture could very well be ripped from one of those classic B movies that have giant irradiated insects stomping through downtown and wreaking all sorts of havoc. The look is perfect, and the big bug really does appear to be lifting a leg to smash a car.
In reality, the bug is hanging on for dear life as it rides the car's windshield to its new destination, wherever that might be. If you want to try and recreate this look, mess around with the focus setting on your camera, and you might be able to get a promotional image for a fun monster movie of your own.