6 Photos You Have to See to Believe

Some things you just have to see to believe. For example…

Restaurant on a cliff on the East coast of Zanzibar. Depending on the tide, the restaurant can be reached both on foot and by boat: 

In the town of Skagan, Denmark, you can see an amazing natural phenomenon where the Baltic and North Seas meet. The two opposing tides cannot merge because they have different densities:

Boundary between wealth and poverty in the favelas of Brazil:

This is not an accident. Gibralatar Airport is one of the most extraordinary airports in the world:

View from the skyscraper BurjKhalifa in Dubai (828 meters, 163 floors high):

Emerald Lake in the crater of an extinct volcano in New Zealand:

***All photos shared  un-credited via an email chain. If you know the photographers, please let us know so we can credit him/her for these amazing photos!

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Comments

  1. Prachi says:

    That lake looks amazing.

    I have actually been on top of the Burj Khalifa (the world's tallest building). It is amazing to see the world from that perspective.

    1. Chelsea Roff says:

      That looks so cool, Prachi. The fog around the tops of the other buildings is what got me. I can't imagine. Huge feat of human ingenuity!

  2. Gloria says:

    The boundary between wealth and poverty takes my breath away and gives me great pause.

  3. Kacie says:

    WOAH