10+ Real Life Unique Moments For You

it’s not just the special effects


10+ Real Life Unique Moments For You

A thousandth of a second is too fast for the human eye to see. But thanks to cameras, we can see moments we otherwise would’ve missed. And we realize how wonderful and beautiful our world is, although sometimes it’s so hard to believe that it’s not just the special effects of a fantastic movie.

We at Apegeo love this amazing world and want to share some of its unique moments with you.

1. Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines launched 20 million metric tons of sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere.

19 Real Life Moments We Thought We Could Only See In Movies


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2. This photo titled Circle of Barracuda is my personal favorite.

 

3. “Hello” from the top of the world.

19 Real Life Moments We Thought We Could Only See In Movies
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4. If you want to feel like Lara Croft, go to the Cenote Suyton in Mexico.

19 Real Life Moments We Thought We Could Only See In Movies
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5. “A window cleaner works his way along the glass front of the Burj Khalifa in the Arab Emirate of Dubai.”

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**english below** . Über dem Wolkenmeer . Sisyphos mit Aussicht: Ein Fensterputzer arbeitet sich an der Glasfront des Burj Khalifa im arabischen Emirat Dubai entlang. Die Scheiben des 124. Stockwerks, wo der Fotograf ihn als Kletterer über dem Wolkenmeer entdeckte, liegen rund 450 Meter über dem Erdboden. Das höchste Bauwerk der Welt wartet mit mehr als 24 000 Fenstern auf. Sie alle zu putzen dauert drei Monate – eine Arbeit in luftiger Höhe, die nie zu Ende geht. . Mehr dazu und viele andere spannende Themen im aktuellen @geomagazin 02/2019 . . Above the sea of clouds . Sisyphus with a view: A window cleaner works his way along the glass front of the Burj Khalifa in the Arab Emirate of Dubai. The panes of the 124th floor, where the photographer discovered him as a climber above the sea of clouds, lie around 450 metres above the Earth. The tallest building in the world has more than 24,000 windows. Cleaning them all takes three months – a job at a dizzy height that never ends. . See more in the current issue of @geomagazin 02/2019 . Image: @iradonteovel . . #geo #geomagazin #dubai #seaofclouds

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6. “While on vacation in Lake Powell, the moon was out, so I had very little chance of catching the Milky Way”.

19 Real Life Moments We Thought We Could Only See In Movies
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7. Infinity road through Death Valley National Park in California

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Photo by @taylorglenn | A long, desolate stretch of road through a section of Death Valley National Park, California. Follow @taylorglenn for more imagery of the West and beyond. #deathvalley #california #desert

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