20 pictures that will please all perfectionists
While we all strive for perfection to some extent, our perceptions of what is actually perfect can vary somewhat from person to person. Either way, whether something happens by chance, is influenced by human touch or simply occurs in nature, and it's something that meets our expectations then it could be considered perfect, right?
Here are 20 pictures that display such perfectly timed moments, where perfection really is as close as it'll ever be...
1. Even if the shoes aren't quite intact anymore — the circle formed by the points of the footwear is flawless.
2. The curve of this mother's outstretched thumb fits seamlessly with the shape of her baby's head.
3. This faucet has been precisely aligned so that the water drains directly through the hole.
4. The packaging divided exactly along the middle of the two chocolate wafer fingers.
5. There's not much left of this pencil.
6. The onion ring and salami certainly know how to keep order on a pizza.
7. The shadow couldn't meet the joints of the sidewalk more accurately, not even if it were painted on.
8. Don't you just love it when you manage to peel an apple completely in one go?
9. The scoreboard at an ice hockey match.
10. Waste not, want not.
11. The dog must have intentionally positioned itself like this.
12. A donut glaze that is second to none.
13. Synchronized ice cubes floating in a latte.
14. Who's to say breakfast shouldn't be geometric?
15. Instead of slithering arbitrarily across the paving stones, this snake prefers to follow the joints of the path!
16. Finally, a chocolate bar that actually looks like its packaging.
17. One swift, sweeping action and it's done.
18. All for one and one for all.
19. Crystal clear water that really makes you wonder where it begins and where it ends.
20. The stripe on the car seems to carry on along the floor.
"It seems that perfection is attained, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing more to take away." At least, this is what Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the French author of "The Little Prince" believed.