My mind pretty much exploded inwardly when I saw these pictures from below. Created by Michael H. Rohde, the pictures show something you hardly see (if ever): the perspective of the ground. It's so unsettling that it feels like you've stepped into some sort of time space warp or saw a glitch in the world that you shouldn't have seen. Check it out.
How did he manage to take these pictures? Rohde was super clever, in order to create these impossible shots, he stitched together hundreds of individual pictures into one larger composite image. Each item was photographed from below and then put together and arranged to be shown as one single image. What a trick and what a trip.
This is the bathroom from below. Come to think of it, I've actually woken up many a times in the bathroom, on the ground, looking up at the ceiling, wondering what the hell was going on. It looks just like this. [Michael H. Rohde via PetaPixel]