Unbelievable Images: The Most Surprising Drone Captures
Sometimes, trying to get a shot might be too dangerous for a human to snap with a traditional camera, but it can be done more easily by a drone. Sometimes, drone photographers make unusual discoveries while using their aerial devices. These frightening photos were captured by drone. Keep reading for more...
Just looking at this image can stir up a person's fear of heights.
We're sure they tested their parachutes to ensure their safety, but it's still terrifying to look at.
A Strange Art Piece
Here is a French artist lying on top of his giant land art. If you were flying over this, you would probably be slightly startled by it.
The piece depicts a little girl dropping an origami boat into Lake Geneva.
The Aftermath Of A Wildfire
On one side of the road, there is life and blooming flowers as far as the eye can see. On the other side of the road is the bleak aftermath of the Rodeo–Chediski Fire.
Officials had to tame 1,300 square kilometers to make sure this thing didn't get any more out of control.
Yes, Those Are Sharks
What would you do if you were swimming and at least two dozen sharks swam up and surrounded you?
If that doesn't appeal to you, we suggest you stay away from Palm Beach, Florida.
The Thrill Of The Jump
To those who have the courage to go bungee jumping, we applaud you. This terrifying activity involves being extremely high up in the air attached to a bungee cord and then jumping.
This picture perfectly captures the thrill and fear of it all.
King Of The Jungle
There aren't many things that are more frightening than a hungry lion. Thankfully, this is a picture from a drone and not a really tall human.
We aren't saying all lions are dangerous, but a hungry one can't be trusted.
Please Don't Break
Located in Zhangjiajie, China, this 100-meter-long and 1.6 meter-wide glass skywalk is attached to the cliff of Tianmen Mountain. Yes, the trail is made out of glass. We're hoping it's the toughest glass this planet has to offer.
You've got to be pretty brave to walk on sheer glass this high up in the sky. You couldn't pay us enough to walk even one step across this skywalk. This is even scarier to think about than it is to see.
A Little Sliding Action
Natural disasters aren't anything you want to get involved with if you can help it. They have the power to destroy everything in their paths and make life miserable for all living creatures in the way. Once you get the news of one approaching where you are, you'll want to get away ASAP.
This photo inspires sheer terror. Imagine lying in your bed and then out of nowhere your whole home begins to slip away! This sliding issue happened thanks to El Niño.
Hurricane Maria Effects
Sometimes, mother nature is something you can't avoid and will not be beaten. This is a prime example of that. The road in this picture is located in Puerto Rico and is the after-effects of Hurricane Maria in 2017.
When roads become only a trace of what they used to be, then you know something deadly took place. It looks like a scene from a superhero movie after the final fight of the film. This is just as much disheartening as it is terrifying.
Imagine going away for a few hours, leaving your home in perfect condition, only to come back to this decimation. What makes it worse is that some of the homes on the block survived while others became ashes.
This is the result of the Tubbs Fire in Northern California. The fire earned that name because it started near Tubbs Lane on October 8, 2017, but didn't finish until Halloween. Wind gusts helped increase the devastation of the fire across the communities it affected.
Dystopian Look Of Manhattan
There are so many TV shows and movies out today that place in a dystopian setting. Perhaps the shows' writers are trying to warn us of possible future scenarios. Whatever the case, this picture of Manhattan has that doomsday vibe to it.
The fog adds to the eerie look of this city. If everyone in Manhattan saw this picture, they might get a little freaked out. One day, it could look this bleak forever...
What A Wave
Have you ever experienced what it's like to almost drown? What about having a monster-sized wave bringing you under? Those are some of the scariest feelings you can experience while swimming. It isn't fun.
The tiny human in this picture looks like he's about to get eaten by this giant wave. We don't know if he made it out of this wave safely or not, but it looks like he could have felt some pain.
That's A Long Way Down
Tennis is an amazingly fun sport to play. It's an individual effort so there's no blaming any other teammates for a loss. Things can get competitive too, so there's no telling how what can happen in any given match.
Usually, you play this game on a flat surface on the ground. We don't suggest you play on top of a helipad 211 meters in the sky.
Playing in the snow is always enjoyable. It's even better if you know how to snowboard or ski because then you have a different type of freedom and speed under your belt. You're really good if you know how to do tricks.
However, not everyone is so good at landing their tricks. In this picture, you see a gentleman who is either going to land the best backflip ever, or he's going to seriously injure his neck.
You've probably seen these types of attractions at the fair or some theme parks. This is the bungee jumping equivalent of carnival rides. Suspended in the air with a buddy, you have no clue how sturdy those poles are that hold you up.
It may be fun while it's happening, but the build-up to the ball's launch into the air is enough to make anybody worried and frightened about what could take place while that high up.
As If Hang Gliding Is Any Better
If you thought paragliding was something crazy to do, imagine hang gliding. The difference between the two is that the latter has a huge wing you have to take into account while you're gliding high over the ground.
Neither activity seems very safe, but they do look like they will be fun for the right people. One jam of a parachute and things will get nasty quick. Kudos to everyone brave enough to engage in this for fun.