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.
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?
One could practically argue that the feathers look even more beautiful zoomed in close than they do from far away.
And the same goes for the latest pic of the magnificent colors making themselves known today. By the way, do you have a guess for what they are? Or do you give up? One last hint: it's probably in your bathroom or kitchen right now.
It's a soap bubble! Who knew?!
I took this photo of a soap bubble and thought it looked a little like a saturated gas giant from pics