21 photos of the “big” guys in the world

Human beings are very small, like dust in the universe. In fact, there is no need to compare it with the universe. On the earth, human beings are like ants in front of certain things.

The following 30 photos are believed to make you feel “small” about yourself.

A photo of a strong man with a height of 1.9 meters and a pterosaur model (1:1 restoration), the strong man instantly becomes cute.

A saltwater crocodile with a body length of 4.3 meters and a weight of 5 tons forms a sharp contrast with the beautiful woman beside it.

A whale captured by aerial photography is daunting.

In fact, many things don’t need to be too big, they only need to be bigger than we imagined, and it is enough to make you feel oppressed. For example, this photo of a spider crab that can reach 3 meters after stretching, I believe it will make many people shudder.

In fact, it is the buildings around us that make humans feel the oppression of giants the most, and it is also an important reason for the pressure on modern people. . .

As the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa is 828 meters high. Looking up at the top of the tower from its feet, you will be deeply shocked.

People travel in the world of reinforced concrete casting every day, and it is inevitable that they will feel depressed.

In Hong Kong, where every inch of land is expensive, there are many such breathless residential buildings.

The picture above shows the statue of Princess Bayu in Liaoning, which is 60 meters high. The passing ships all looked small.

Standing under the pyramids more than 2,000 years ago, you will feel how small you are under the two dimensions of time and space.

Even going boating on a lake (Hamburger See in Germany) can feel overwhelming.

Looking at the Grand Lisboa Hotel in Macau (261 meters high) from this angle, it seems like a space battleship.

The “five-finger golden bridge” on the Ba Na Mountains in Vietnam, people standing on it seem to have a feeling that they cannot escape the palm of their hands.

The Guanyin statue in Sendai City, Honshu, is as high as 100 meters, and it makes people feel awe unconsciously from a distance.

Human oppression comes from the human heart. . .

There is nothing in such an empty room. If you live alone, will you feel empty and depressed?

Give you an extra large bed, can you fall asleep?

Human oppression is an instinct. It is human nature to remind human beings: always be in awe of nature, because you are just a drop in the ocean. . .

What a spectacular underwater waterfall in Mauritius.

This iceberg doesn’t look like much.

When you dive into the water, you will really understand what is the “tip of the iceberg”.

Astronauts often feel lonely looking at the earth from space.

A photo of Earth taken by the Cassini probe at Saturn,This is the ultimate sense of oppression. (Saturn is 1.3-1.6 billion kilometers away from Earth.)