20 Extraordinary Things People Found That Lit Up Their Day

2 years ago

Sometimes we get stuck in a rut, lost in our daily routines, and boredom eventually begins to set. But every once in a while, people come across something that completely rocks their world, like a window inside a library that goes into a creek. Fortunately, folks on Reddit make sure everyone gets to enjoy these rare findings.

Now I’ve Seen Everything brings you a few photos that can leave anyone amazed at all the wonders surrounding us.

1. “A snake looking through my glass door”

2. “Found this friendly grain of rice with a heart in my burrito.”

3. “My peeler gives pixelated looking peels.”

4. “Found this fossil today.”

5. The termites ate all the wood and left only the colored part of these pencils.

6. “Found a perfect salt crystal in my sea salt packet.”

7. “The shadows from these window cages create a 3D effect.”

8. This mini greenhouse grew under the turtle shell lid.

9. “After my waitress set down my ice water and walked away, my glass split cleanly in half.”

10. “This water spill on my sink looks like a dancing lady in a dress and top hat.”

11. “My sister saw the rock that was on the cover of her college textbook.”

12. “The water making a perfect dome”

13. The pattern this lightning strike made on a concrete sidewalk

14. “The same-colored liquid in different colored buckets”

15. “This deflated balloon that looks like Mozart”

16. “While renovating an office in D.C., I found a stack of uncashed checks dated July-August 1910.”

17. “I threw a very long shadow at sunset near Hatteras, North Carolina.”

18. These light pillars in Alaska are a reflection of the ice crystals in the air.

19. “A house on the world’s steepest street when adjusted for angle.”

20. “This window in a local library that goes into a creek.”

What is the most surprising thing you’ve ever seen?

Preview photo credit jaxpaboo / Reddit


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