Every so often, the folks on Reddit upload some pretty amazing photos of art and design. From paintings and sculptures to re-modeled homes and gardens, it's clear there's a community of very talented artists on the site.
And at first glance, this image may look like it's among the pack; with it's striking colors and bold strokes, it appears to be a fabulous painting.
But it's not a painting--or any form of art at all.
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Instead, it's simply a photo taken of an object very close up. So close up, in fact, that you could argue it's practically obscured--in the most fabulous way ever.
It's not the first time we've seen objects that look nothing like themselves when examined under a tight camera lens.
Who could forget the snap of the peacock feathers examined underneath a microscope, that quickly went viral after resurfacing on the site last year?
Peacock feathers under a microscope
I took this photo of a soap bubble and thought it looked a little like a saturated gas giant from pics
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Which one's sitting in the chair, and which one's standing up?