This Mindblowing Photo of a World Map In a Water Drop Is Real

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You may think that this image recently posted on Reddit is a 3D rendering or some Photoshop trickery, but it's a real photo. A refraction of a world map through a water drop.

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It was taken by Markus Reugels, who is an expert on capturing liquids in an awesome way, using a special rig created by himself. He spends weeks in creating images like these, taking about five hundred pictures before obtaining a couple of perfect images. [Flickr, Edemiya and Daily Mail via Reddit]

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DISCUSSION

"Horton Hears a Who" taught us that an entire world can be in a single drop of water.

This just proves my theory that everything you ever need to know in life was taught to you by Dr. Seuss.