Cracked.com is one of the best websites ever to kill time, and one of all time favorite features on the site is “Images You Won’t Believe Aren’t Photoshopped.” Let me tell you, they’re not kidding. It’s seriously hard to believe a lot of these images aren’t created by a computer. They’re fun to look at, and the commentary not only explains the circumstance behind the photo, but the writers are also witty and so funny to read.
Some of the images are just silly, others are really quite artistically stunning. If you can’t get enough of these, luck for you, there’s 8 different collections of images. Have some fun looking at these, but don’t get mad at us is your boss catches you!
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“Oh, bullshit. Are we supposed to believe a bunch of flamingos all got together and stood in the shape of a flamingo?
Yes, unless you think National Geographic isn’t above just screwing with us for web traffic. Though we guess it’s possible that photographer Robert Haas and his team waded out into the water and carefully taped a bunch of flamingos together while a helicopter circled above, radioing down instructions. Or maybe he’s the Beastmaster.”
“This looks like an entry in a “what if advertisements came to life and fucked up your car” Photoshop contest, but it is an actual photo of an actual ad in Columbus, Ohio.
The ad isn’t for a paint brand, but rather Nationwide Insurance. So how did they achieve the illusion that paint had spilled down the building and onto the parking lot? By, uh, spilling a bunch of paint on the building and parking lot.”
“The Internet is lousy with mind bending images of street art that turns a few panels of sidewalk into a swimming hole, or a terrifying pedestrian hazard. But Edgar Mueller’s neighborhood swallowing painting makes that shit look like hopscotch.
With most sidewalk art, you can wrap your head around the illusion if you look at it long enough. But this one just gets more insane the longer you think about it. Especially when you take into account his contingency plan for rain is “ leave and paint a new picture tomorrow.” So while the dog perched precariously out on the ledge of the literal floating buttress might look like it’s in danger of starring in the Disney version of Drag Me to Hell, it could actually ruin the whole week long project with a territory marking stream of piss.”