Fishermen in Chaohu Lake, China, row a boat surrounded by algae so thick it gives a paint-like appearance.
These trees were cut with the intention of creating perfectly straight lines.
These giant salt flats in Bolivia give the illusion of walking on water.
While under construction, this building was covered with this artistic tarp, creating a distorted effect.
This giant piece of cartoon paper is an art installation in New Zealand.
The French graffiti artist Tilt covered half of a Marseille hotel room with his artwork while leaving the other side untouched.
This illusion is just the shadow of the boat in water that is extremely clear.
It’s can be difficult to visualize, but this grass sphere is actually flat.
This apocalyptic sinkhole appeared in Guatemala City in 2010. It measures 60 feet wide and 200 feet deep.
A 2010 toxic waste spill in Western Hungary caused this strange effect.
This huge wave is actually an Australian sandstorm. Still, it’s probably time to get out of the way.
A car park in Australia has indicators made of letters which jump out of the surroundings when you view them from a specific angle.
The Crooked Forest in West Pomerania has over 400 bent pine trees. There are several theories on the cause, but it is not known for certain.
This ship is a landlocked hotel that was built to provide the cruise experience to those that couldn’t afford an actual cruise. It features bird calls and the sound of crashing waves around the ship to further the illusion.
This optical illusion by Felice Varini creates this amazing 3D affect when viewed from the correct vantage point.
What appears to be a UFO is actually a very peculiar lenticular cloud.
Madrid-based artist Alicia Martin designed this tower of books pouring out of a window onto the street below.