50 People Share Fascinating Pictures Of Things You Rarely See

The world has always been full of wonders and fascinating things. However, there are times when we just fail to appreciate or even notice these kinds of things. Our mundane lives often make us forget about all the beautiful things this world has to offer. So, to remind you of the wonderful world we’re in, we’ve featured photos of some of the rarest things in this world.  

From insects with weird colors to flowers blooming in the snow, there’s just so much left for us to discover. Some might be so small that the only way to see them is through a microscope. Others might even disappear so quickly that it’s almost impossible to catch a glimpse of them. So, consider yourself lucky if you would ever get the chance to see them up close and personal.

 

“This purely golden bee landed on my car today”

 

Tulips Blooming in the Snow

 

“Customer came in and let me take a picture of her hands that had 6 fingers on each”

 

“My friend’s GIANT sunflower”

 

“What appears to be a pile of broken glass is actually a frozen Lake Michigan.”

For now, take the time to marvel at these stunning shots by eagle-eyed people from all over the world. While you’re at it, check out these photos of unbelievable incidents and rare coincidences that are downright mind-blowing as well. We bet all these photos will inspire you to always be on the lookout for fascinating things around you.

 

“Valonia ventricosa, the largest single-celled organism on earth. Yep, this is a single living cell.”

 

Translucent Blue Tang

 

“A boy born weighing 268 grams (9.45 oz) was sent home healthy after months in the neonatal care unit in Tokyo. He’s the smallest child to ever be born and survive”

 

“This funky little ribbon cloud outside my plane window.”

 

“Me and my girlfriend were walking in the woods the other week and saw a rainbow pool for the first time”

 

“Look closer – those ain’t trees…”

 

“You can see where my nails stopped and started growing again between chemo cycles”

 

“This mutated daisy”

 

“One of the oldest rocks in existence, the Murchison Meteorite. It’s 4,600,000,000 years old, and likely existed before the Earth itself had completely formed. Interestingly, it also contains amino acids, the chemical building blocks of DNA.”

 

Cassini’s Best Maps of Jupiter (South Polar Map)

 

Transparent Fish

 

“This little transparent guy landed on me in the Ecuadorian Amazon.”

 

Time-lapse Photo of a Beehive

 

Sun’s Corona Viewed Through a UV Lens

 

“This is what a ‘split lobster’ looks like. This coloring occurs once in every 50 million lobsters”

 

“Saw a snail today while I was outside and its shell is crystal clear”

 

Sea Slugs That Resemble Little Leaves and Photosynthesize Just Like a Plant

 

A Zen Stone on Lake Baikal

 

“A purple grasshopper found in my garden”

 

“This shower formed naturally inside a cave”

 

Rich Color Variations of Pluto

 

“This is a music typewriter: how music was typed before computers”

 

“The local nursing home is an indoor town. There’s a movie theater and pub!”

 

“My neighbor’s house encased in ice after the recent blizzard in Ohio (on shore of Lake Erie)”

 

“This butterfly is a bilateral gynandromorph, literally half male, half female”

 

Grains of Sand Magnified 100 to 300 Times and Photographed Under the Microscope

Cyclist Janez Brajkovic’s Leg after A Race

 

Curly-haired Horse

 

“A clutch of dinosaur eggs in a friend’s personal collection. As a dinosaur fanatic, this blows me away.”

 

“This cat I met today has Sauron’s eyes.”

 

“This blue jay still has half of their baby feathers.”

 

“Blue bees exist (blue carpenter bee)”

 

“My friend’s Blind Cat Soren has amazing eyes”

 

Assisted Living Facility Made to Look Like a Small 1940s American Town

 

“I found a very small frog”

 

140 million-year-old Dinosaur Femur Discovered in France That Measures Two Meters Long and Weighs 500 Kilograms

 

Dinosaur Footprints in France

 

“There are caves in Mexico with crystals as big as trees, but you can’t explore the caves for too long due to heat and the toxic atmosphere. But I mean look at those things!”

 

Cannabis Field in the Middle of a Cornfield

 

“The blue java banana, which is said to have the same consistency as ice cream and a similar flavor to vanilla”

 

“This bicolor sunflower I grew”

 

“Australian fire breaks in action”

 

Ant Face under Electron Microscope

 

“Saw an albino buck near my daughter’s daycare!”