Every year photo editors select the top odd and unusual photos from the past year.
Their picks include photos that got the most attention of their audience, and across social media.
“They are the images that require not just a double-take, but perhaps, a triple or quadruple-take to make sense.
Here are the photo editors top 20 Most Perfectly Timed Photos;
Ashrita Furman holds over 600 Guinness World Records — the highest ever held by anyone. He sets another record for cutting the most watermelons into equal parts without anyone else to understand in one moment when he split 26 of them with a blade. Guinness World Records says he is their “most productive record-breaker.”
Frogs At The Dinner
Stuffed frogs— in the real skin of once-live creatures of land and water — are arranged in a sort of feasting scene at the Frog Museum in Estavayer-le-Lac, Switzerland. The gallery has in it a whole gathering of Francois Perrier’s taxidermy frogs portraying scenes of nineteenth-century regular day to day existence.
The Blue Cat
Daylight reflecting through an at-home aquarium illuminates a British Blue cat in a Krasnoyarsk, Russia condo.
The Handy Bridge
Sightseers are strolling through a giant hand statue on the Gold Bridge in Ba Na Hills, Vietnam. This is such a terrific and grand incredible sight, you have to look multiple times to comprehend the intelligent work of design.
The Drumming Monkey
A monkey performs during the introduction of “THE SHOW OF THE GIANT FOUNTAINS” where a light, designing, and water appear, at the National Circus in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Flower Woman, Flower Field
A lady decides to take s picture in the midst of thousands of ranunculus blossoms at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California. About fifty sections of land of blossoms sprout from early March through early May each year.
This is a tricky player by Saudi men known as “sidewall skiing”. This is driving on two wheels — in Tabuk, Saudi Arabia. The man on the ground is taking a selfie of the trick.
An Atlantic seal which looks like it has just seen something flinch — rests among the stones at St. Martin’s Haven in Wales. Seal puppies are born with fleecy white, non-waterproof coats, which they shed when they are four weeks old.
Police And Puppies
Chilean cops walk with Golden Retrievers during the yearly military day march at the Bernardo O’Higgins park situated in Santiago, Chile. The dogs are a piece of the police canine preparing unit, just like the more established pooches they walked before.
Swimmers And Cup
Swimmers around the world train with half-filled containers, or a heap of coins which helps them to keep their heads straight during a backstroke preparing. Here, Jenny Mensing of Germany heats up at the 2018 European Championships, which is a game challenge with different games and performers, in Glasgow.