Nature: Look!, Me: OK, but HOW?!
#1 This frost-covered sculpture is an amazing pencil art.
This statue of a man holding a woman looks like a pencil art as it is dusted in frost.
#2 What a strange cracked egg!
Though the egg misses half of the shell, the yolk remains clear, and also it’s not broken yet.
#3 This tomato row belongs to a museum wall.
This row shows the different stages of growth of the tomatoes. From small and green to large and red.
#4 Wow! A gradient pepper.
A pepper with multiple color shades from green to red.
#5 What a perfectly strange and satisfying circular rock.
See this hand with an extremely circular flat rock.
#6 Have a look at this peculiar rock with a straight crack!
See this huge rock formation that’s split down the center in a straight line only a few inches in width.
#7 The division is done by a quartz line.
A perfectly straight line running from the middle of it.
#8 Is this an artificial snow sheet or a natural one!
A natural snow sheet that looks like a thick blanket material falling off the hood of the car.
#9 A shadow that stands in line with the sidewalk’s crack.
It’s half-covered with its shade to form a perfect line down the middle.
#10 This squared-off section of clouds looks like a sheet of cotton or something.
A square-shaped area formed of clouds seen from above from a plane window.
#11 The square roots!
The roots grow at right angles over the cracks on the square-shaped pavers.
#12 Half lemon and half lime!
A fruit that has the look of a lime with green in half and looks like a lemon with yellow in half tries to confuse us whether it’s lemon, lime, or something else.
#13 This Frozen-worthy perfect snowflake.
This snowflake has perfect symmetry with 6 arms and angular shapes.
#14 What a perfect circle formed from a bit of dead grass.
Dried grass has been blown around in a circle to build a perfect set of circles on the clean sand.
#15 What do you say? Aren’t these flower petals match the cover of a geometry book?
These beautiful pink flowers without marks form a completely symmetrical shape.
#16 The center of this pepper is happy to see you for sure!
Though cut, the green bell pepper seems to still smile as there’s a smiley face in the core from the natural vein.