14 photos showing unknown sides of the world

14 photos showing unknown sides of the world

Most people know what a guitar looks like. However, far fewer people know what is hidden inside them. Many objects, buildings or even living beings have amazing sides that are usually hidden.

The strangest videos. (Scroll down to the article.)

But if you take a closer look, you cut it open, you remove the shell and you get fascinating insights behind the scenes. The following photos reveal unusual perspectives that make you think.

1. No, this is not a strange hall, but a guitar from the inside.

2. Cyclist’s legs after the Tour de France.

3. The “heart” of a lighthouse.

4. A “naked” computer tomograph.

Have you ever wondered what a CT scanner looks like without the cover on it?

5. Not an alien spaceship, but the inside of an air mattress.

The inside of this air mattress looks like an alien cave from r / mildlyinteresting

6. Those who are too comfortable to climb Mount Everest themselves can still enjoy the view thanks to this picture.

Ever wonder what the top of Everest looks like?

7. A furby with no fur.

Ever wonder what a Furby looks like without its fur? Now you know.

8. A blue whale’s breathing hole up close.

Ever wondered what a blue whale’s blowhole looks like?

9. The mold of a Ronald McDonald figure looks like a torture device.

Molding Cast of Ronald McDonald looks kinda like a torture device. from r / mildlyinteresting

10. Fireworks from the inside.

Firework Shell [2448×3264] from r / ThingsCutInHalfPorn

11. A NASA shuttle on its way into space.

12. A storm lighter inside.


13. The split lens of a Leica camera.


14. The skeleton of a turtle.

Really impressive recordings that prove how diverse and complex our world is and how limited our world experience is. If life seems dreary and dreary, you should try to get a different perspective on the things around you.

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