Sometimes, being at the right place at the right time with a camera on hand is a pure blessing. Some people that believe in fate or religion are convinced that everything happens for a reason. Some believe that there are no coincidences while others think that random events aren’t an act of fate no matter how bizarre they may seem.
Wherever your beliefs lie, GIGGAG has collected a list of rare sights caught on camera that can only be seen once in a lifetime.
This is a beautiful picture of a sunset after a storm. The person who captured it managed to center the sun into the rainbow that formed from one side of the field to the other.
This is a type of rare tree called Peltogyne Purpurea or purpleheart wood. These trees originate from the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and Panama. The external wood is usually a light brown color and the middle of the tree is usually a vibrant purple color with dark stripes.
Purpleheart wood is famous for making up floors, furniture, structural elements, and architectural finishes due to its physical and mechanical properties.
This person accidentally shot two 16-gauge wood framing nails into his knees and they both landed into the space between his kneecap and his femur. Neither of those nails touched his bone.
Usually, peanuts come in double shells, which means each shell has two peanuts or three maximum. This person managed to find one that had 2.5 times more peanuts than the average peanut shell.