9 Photos That Look Fake But Are Real

9 Photos That Look Fake But Are Real

9 surreal photos that look fake, edited, but are totally real.

If you spend a few hours on the Internet, you've probably already developed a healthy skepticism. Over time, we've learned that we shouldn't always believe what goes viral on social media, as it's quite easy to tamper with images with Photoshop or other editing programs. Is not true?

So you'll be impressed by the images we've separated here. Check out 

Perfectly Cut Trees

You are not viewing an edited photo. Hard to believe, but we are facing a real scenario, which can be contemplated by any tourist. These untraditionally carved trees are located in Schonbrunn Park in Vienna, Austria.

carved trees are located in Schonbrunn Park in Vienna, Austria.


Schonbrunn Park is a true open-air museum and has several attractions, such as the oldest zoo in the world, A Casa das Palmeiras, A Fountain of Neptune and Schönbrunn Palace.


Only Half The Room Painted

Another image that confuses our brain. It may look like a painting or an edited image, but it is not. While most may be used to seeing graffiti-covered walls in subway stations or abandoned buildings, the owners of a hotel in Marseille, France, decided to innovate and enlisted the help of a great urban artist.

photos that look fake, Only Half The Room Painted


The Frenchman Tilt designed the Panic Room for the Au Vieux Panier hotel, where the rooms are regularly redecorated by different artists.


A Hole in Guatemala

It may look like something out of a Hollywood movie, but it's 100% real, unedited. This photo is of a huge hole that engulfed a clothing factory in Guatemala City, Guatemala, in 2010. It's really hard to believe the veracity of this photo.

photos that look fake, huge hole that engulfed a clothing factory in Guatemala City, Guatemala, in 2010


Fortunately no one was hurt in the disaster. However, it is impossible not to be impressed by an image as frightening as this. It looks more like a portal to another world.


Ajka environmental disaster

photos that look fake, “red clay”, at the Ajkai Timföldgyár alumina plant


The accident happened in 2010, in Hungary, after a dam burst, which released about one million cubic meters of a toxic residue called “red clay”, at the Ajkai Timföldgyár alumina plant ('Ajka Aluminum Plant') . There were ten deaths and more than 150 injured. The total contaminated area was 40 km² and the contamination reached the Danube River and its tributaries.


Red sand storm

Proof of the power of nature. This photo was taken during a red sandstorm that formed off the west coast of Australia in front of the town of Onslow in 2013.

photos that look fake, sandstorm that formed off the west coast of Australia in front of the town of Onslow in 2013


At the time, reports pointed out that the red sand and dust storm was brought on by strong winds in the Indian Ocean. Impressive! Have you ever thought about seeing such a scene live? Nature is really very powerful.


A Boat That Is A Hotel

Have you ever thought about spending your next vacation in a hotel that looks more like a cruise ship? This is the proposal of the Sun Cruise Hotel, which is located on a cliff in the coastal city of Jeongdongjin in South Korea.

A Boat That Is A Hotel in South Korea.


Built in 2002, the hotel is 165 meters long, 45 meters high, weighs 30,000 tons and is now one of the most popular attractions in the country.


A Trail Marked by the Earthquake

Do you still have doubts about the power of nature? This is what happened to the train tracks after a 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit Canterbury, New Zealand.

photos that look fake, what happened to the train tracks after a 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit Canterbury, New Zealand


The photo was taken in February 2011, the day after the earthquake that left hundreds dead, overturned buildings, devastated roads and destroyed homes. New Zealand is located on the fault line between the Pacific and Oceanic tectonic plates and records about 14,000 earthquakes a year, of which between 100 and 150 are strong enough to be felt. Sadly, the 2011 one left its marks.


This Turquoise Ice Isn't Plastic

Located in southern Siberia, Russia, Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake in the world and provides a fifth of the planet's drinking water supply. This lake is famous for being one of the clearest on the globe – so clear that its frozen sculptures don't even look real.

photos that look fake, Lake Baikal ice


In the month of March, these “gems” rise to the surface when the lake freezes unevenly and reflect light in a fascinating way. Differences in wind, sun and temperature mark the lines. Lake Baikal measures 130 feet deep (40 meters) and has blessed the world with clear water for 25 million years.


Goats Can Climb Trees

If you've ever visited Morocco, you've probably encountered goats on top of an Argan tree, which has a twisted trunk and thorny branches, but also bears a berry.

photos that look fake Goats Can Climb Trees in Morocco


Although the fruit is not consumed by humans, goats are attracted to its pulp and smell. Moroccan farmers encourage these goats to climb these trees. Argan oil, extracted from the seeds of the fruit, is highly sought after. Goats cannot digest the seed so they excrete it and farmers easily access their profitable oil.

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