Here is a selection of landscapes that can discourage their views and make any doubt whether it is Photoshop. Although each of these phenomena is a simple scientific explanation, it does not make them any less awesome.
“Underwater waterfall” off the coast of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean is an optical illusion formed by silt deposits on the sandy bottom.
This kind of wave-like clouds called asperatus (Undulatus asperatus).
In Yosemite National Park in California has an impressive natural attraction, called Horsetail Fall. For such an unusual name lies an ordinary seasonal waterfall, winter and early spring flowing from the eastern side of the mountain range of El Capitan. The most interesting thing is beginning to happen in this region at the end of February. Just a few days a year visitors to the park have an opportunity to see a rare phenomenon – the transformation of normal water flow in the waterfall of fire, resembling lava spewing from the volcano. In fact, this natural phenomenon – a visual deceit, the secret is hidden in the reflection of the setting sun at a certain angle and under favorable weather conditions. Light, blazing with fiery reflections in the water flowing from the mountain, creates truly apocalyptic landscapes. The unusual effect only lasts a few minutes, but travelers and hunters unique shots regularly gather at the El Capitan with the aim to see and capture amazing illusion.