We're in the 21st century, and each of us is surrounded by at least one photo editing app or software. Most of us are on instagram, and the world of photoshopped images is not alien to us anymore. Each and everyone of us can tell a fake photo apart from a real photo.
But, hold on, the following images are hazardous to your eyes and mind, as each of them is highly tricky and manipulative. Are they real or fake? We demystify the truth within this article! Read On!
1. There is a hell on earth, and it keeps burning 365 days of the year.
This is a crater that has been burning since a Soviet drilling rig collapsed on this very place. Situated right in the middle of Karakum desert, in Turkmenistan- this particular photo is a 100% real.
The next time anyone condemns you to hell, believe them!
2. Once a year, the stars come closest to us mortals. Or do they?
This surreal picture does not consist of stars but of thousands of glow worms that have made the Waitomo Cave in New Zealand their home!
3. Here, what you see is NOT what you get!
Before you start solving the mystery of the flying boats, let me tell you: these are not magical boats, but just normal boats afloat on crystal clear waters of Menorca Islands, Spain! On a sunny day, the view looks something like this.
4. Storm or Wave?
This picture is none of the above. It is infact a picture of a sandstone rock formation in the United States of America. Situated near the Arizona-Utah border, this particular view stuns the eyes of travellers all across the globe!
5. Snake or Fake?
Contradictory to what your eyes see, this view in reality is something that you will never forget. Who knew that walking through the local lavender fields in France would be an unforgettable experience?
6. Fallen Stars shine brightest. Hence proved.
Have you ever promised your loved one to pluck the stars off the skies and bring to their feet? Well, the Mudhdhoo Island In Maldives is just the place to turn these hyperboles into reality. The glowing phytoplanktons light up Mudhdhoo Island in Maldives, creating an impression of stars on land.
7. This is a colour palatte of an artist
If you believe our title, you need to have a little more faith in the universe. This beautiful view is of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the United States of America on the brink of sunrise.
Getting to these places is as easy as getting a visa, and as hassle free as our visa services!
Author : Roshal Mascarenhas