Reminds me of one of the last scenes of interstellar
@spongar141 , hey now wait a minute...
@spongar141 , that's exactly what Half Black Man was thinking
@Ethan Bradberry, shìt, do you think he noticed
@spongar141 , I think he noticed
@Half Black Man, *flips table and runs away*
@spongar141 , which scene was that? This seems more like Inception than anything else
@SqurtieMan, at the end when He goes to the future where gravity is controllable or something like that
@spongar141 , Yeah except this picture has a more satisfying conclusion
@Ethan Bradberry, the one in the 5th dimension?
@SqurtieMan, it's when Matthew wakes up in his house after sending the messages back in time and goes outside to see the bent world, called Cooper station.
@spongar141 , huh.... i absolutely see it now
@spongar141 , I was going to say Inception but hey they were both directed by Christopher Nolan.
@spongar141 , or inception
@spongar141 , exactly what I was thinking
@spongar141 , reminds me of how people must have lived in Halo
This is like the ending of interstellar... holy shít
@Ethan Bradberry, lol
@Ethan Bradberry, that's exactly what I was thinking
This reminds me of inception, the part where they fold the landscape over on top of itself..
How is that possible if the earth is flat?
And people say that can't see the curvature of the earth smh🙄
I'm more interested in the techniques used to achieve these photographs.
@DumbleDoofus, You can do it with a drone. Fly over a scene while you tilt the camera up or down then you can 'photostich' the frames
It's like a train roller coaster
All I *pbbttth* see is * ppbbtthh* the road to rock *ppbbtthh* bottom...
I hear Halo music.
Anybody else waiting for the dick pic?
*tuba blast sound*
Starts playing halo theme song
This is just pictures of the landscape on a Halo.
This isn't funny tho....
The ass crack of the world
I would say "You are now leaving Bikini Bottom", but unfortunately these don't appear to be 90 degree angles.
@Apathetic Husk, Rock Bottom?