Knockout nature! Incredible shots of the natural world include a duck-shaped tomato and a windscreen that looks EXACTLY like an icy mountain scene
From a giant cabbage bigger than a grown man to someone spotting a rainbow that actually has an end, sometimes nature likes to colour outside the lines.
People from around the world have shared show-stopping examples of nature being wild and free – によってギャラリーで最高の照合 退屈なパンダ.
One image shows a hedge that grows to look exactly like an elephant. 別の, a lemon decides it would much rather look like a carrot.
他の場所, a pavement bears an interesting mark after being struck by lightening, and a geode rock portrays a perfect beach scene.
No quacking way! Have you seen a tomato be. quite this impressive before? It would be quite the statement piece at dinner
One lucky US dweller happened upon nature’s version of a life size elephant—in fact, it’s so real perhaps there’s one hiding behind the leaves…
This perfect swirly dandelion is so aesthetically pleasing it’s almost hypnotic. Those curls go on forever…
Have you ever seen a rock that simultaneously fulfils your crystal needs and makes you want to go on holiday?
This cute kitty from the US has a few too many toes on its paws but honestly look all the cuter for it
This UK driver woke up to a frosty windscreen that perfectly emulated icy mountains with a kayaker enjoying th scenery below
You know what they say, follow your dreams… And if you’re a lemon who wants to be a carrot then so be it
This Lichentenburg figure on the side of the pavement in the US is a brilliant scar of a lightening mark
Finally we have an answer! This US driver found the end of the rainbow, and while gold isn’t obvious, it is strangely gold in that area…
A human cabbage! はい, not quite but this UK grown vegetable is so large it completely swamps the grandpa who grew it
The combination of this spiderweb and some direct sunlight somehow created a perfect hologram of a CD
Fresh lovely eggs! A great example of what real, unfiltered nature looks like: chicken eggs of all shapes and colours
This ‘veiled lady’ mushroom from Seoul is a perfect example of both nature’s adaptations and nature’s beauty