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15 Mind-Boggling Photos That Captured The Magic Moment

We’re glad the owners of these epic shots didn’t keep them to themselves.

#1 The reflection from window on pavement looks like DNA strand.

How is the window looking?
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#2 The reflection of this watch looks like a logo for some cat super hero.

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#3 Didn't plan the photo this way, Gizmo was just a heavenly cat...

He’s charging up for a mega attack.
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#4 Every day, the sun reflecting off of my kitchen windows makes a Stormtrooper in my backyard.

Or a seagull with sunglasses.
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#5 This lizard I found ‘standing’ on water in my pool.

Some great chakra control right there.
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#6 The clouds reflected off this building look pixelated.

Reflection Quality: Low.
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#7 Was able to catch these horizontal lightning strikes traveling along the base of the clouds.

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#8 One of the fireworks I took a picture of last night looks like a palm tree in the wind.

Pretty cool, like a mysterious ghost palm.
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#9 Took a picture of a gecko in the shape of the Nike swoosh!

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#10 Today I caught the rainbow in my cat's ear.

Lisa Frank animals ARE real! :D
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#11 This spider managed to spin a web that holds water!!

He's built himself a private swimming pool!
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#12 I got up at 3:30 am to take photos of comet Neowise.

It's beautiful.
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#13 This cloud I stumbled upon at Rocky Mountain National Park.

Aliens: "nothing to see here"
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#14 This cloud looks like a cat.

Or does that flying cat look like a cloud?
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#15 These plums I picked look like they are covered in ice when put under water.

I'd guess their surface is really hydrophobic or covered in superfine hairs that hold a layer of air around them underwater.
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