It's incredible what a slight change in perspective can do to an image. Not only can it make it more beautiful, but your eyes can also be opened to a new way of thinking about things that have been familiar for a lifetime.

I bet you've never seen the stunt doubles from Game of Thrones, have you?

Check out these images that offer a new perspective for those peepers. 

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1. This probably looks like an spacey room with some killer mood lighting, but if you look closely, you'll realize that this picture was taken from inside a violin. 

1. This probably looks like an spacey room with some killer mood lighting, but if you look closely, you'll realize that this picture was taken from inside a violin.
Reddit |  DonTago

Pretty sick sky lights, I gotta say. 

2. We've all experienced what it's like to be under a thunderstorm, but most of us have never seen one from 40,000 feet. 

You have to watch this stunning video that a pilot took while flying through lightning.

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3. The Great Wall of China is something everyone has seen at one point or another, but most people haven't seen the very end of it. 

3. The Great Wall of China is something everyone has seen at one point or another, but most people haven't seen the very end of it.
Imgur |  improteon

For extra protection, it juts out several meters from the shore. 

4. People like to think Penguins are adorable little creatures, but have you ever taken a peek inside one's mouth? Probably not...

4. People like to think Penguins are adorable little creatures, but have you ever taken a peek inside one's mouth? Probably not...
Reddit |  Girlwithnousername

I honestly never knew they had all these little rows of NOPE in there. 

5. We know what the pyramids look like from ground level, but very few people get the chance to get the view from the top of one of them. 

5. We know what the pyramids look like from ground level, but very few people get the chance to get the view from the top of one of them.
Reddit |  bobsaintclair

"Illegally taken picture from one of the Greta Giza Pyramids," wrote bobsaintclair.