There have been times in my life where I ended up somewhere so breathtaking that it felt hard to believe I was really there. Instead of simply getting dressed that morning, I must have bumped my head and tumbled into my closet, which means I just woke up in Narnia.

I can only hope that something you come across impresses you so much that it feels unreal, but the good news is that it doesn't necessarily have to be in a far-flung place that's expensive to reach.

As we're about to see, a lot of places and things in this world can seem like fantasies.

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1. These tree kangaroos seem like what would happen if stuffed animals were alive, and they're so rare that they might as well be that magical.

1. These tree kangaroos seem like what would happen if stuffed animals were alive, and they're so rare that they might as well be that magical.
Reddit |  RIPJ4WZ

They were first discovered in 1928, but they apparently went unseen for so long after that they were thought to be extinct. It wasn't until 80 years later that they were rediscovered in the mountains of New Guinea.

2. Unfortunately, it's pretty hard to tell why this phone booth has massive bite marks in it.

2. Unfortunately, it's pretty hard to tell why this phone booth has massive bite marks in it.
Reddit |  redyner

Considering that it never really seemed possible to use it as a phone booth, we're probably looking at some kind of art installation. Good luck figuring out what it's trying to symbolize, though.

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3. I suppose it can't hurt to have this hillside happy face if its creator was trying to brighten everybody's day.

3. I suppose it can't hurt to have this hillside happy face if its creator was trying to brighten everybody's day.
Reddit |  coltonmarkle

And if they can be happy about painstakingly planting the right order of trees to make this happen, I guess our commutes don't seem that bad.

4. If the sky turns purple at night, there's actually a pretty simple explanation for that.

4. If the sky turns purple at night, there's actually a pretty simple explanation for that.
Reddit |  HamSauced

If you see this in your neighborhood, then you probably live fairly close to a greenhouse. They use red and blue LED lights to grow plants, which then show up in the sky as purple when there aren't many clouds.