30+ Pictures That Appear to Be Photoshopped But Aren't

Because of technology, life is moving faster and faster every day, and it's easier than ever to get caught up in it all and forget to take a moment to appreciate the world we live in.

But on the other hand, one of the most amazing things about how technology is getting better is how photography is getting better and how we can now take pictures of amazing things in the world in new and unique ways.

Here are 45 photos that have yet to be changed but show strange things that happened on Earth but look like they came from another world.

1. Where the Namib Desert meets the sea

2. Waterfalls off the edge of a glacier in Svalbard, Norway

3. The Verzasca river, Switzerland. Its water is crystal clear so that you can see right to the bottom

4. After the rain

5. Sunset

6. Lenticular clouds over Mount Damavand

7. A thunderstorm in South Dakota

8. A helicopter approaching the surface of the water

9. The colors of autumn reflected in the water

10. A deep-sea jellyfish that looks like it came from another world

11. Windows in the sky, or is the sky revealing its hidden windows? The Chrysler Building, New York.

12. The Northern Lights, Norway

13. a fantastic view, Sardinia

14. A dragonfly covered in crystal clear raindrops

15. Saint Basil's Cathedral, Russia

16. A surreal long-exposure photograph of a merry-go-round

17. A whale on the beach

18. Electric Volcano

19. The Floating Mountain

20. Phoenix Of Light

21. The White Raven

22. Lilypad Forest

23. Desert Magic

24. Photo of a Magnificent Blue Iceberg

25. The Frozen Lake House

26. Blue Lagoon

27. A Folded World

28. Ghost Shell

29. Eerie Tree Holes

30. Electromagnetic Mystery

31. A Magical Palace of Books

32. One-Sided Skyscraper

33. Agate Invasion

34. Eyes From The Deep

35. Salt Swirls

36. Foggy Blanket

37. Surreal Waves

38. The Magical Kuro-Tamago

39. Bubblegum Lake

40. Rabbit Rex

41. Another Planet, Right Here On Earth

42. Mind-Bending Art

43. Knockin' On Heaven's Door

44. The Magic in a Millisecond

45. The Effect Of The Nighttime Haze

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