15 Ordinary Things That Have More to Them Than Meets the Eye


If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then we can really find it anywhere. A photographer, Charles Brooks, found it inside various musical instruments, and several Redditors found it in random details of their surroundings.

1. Inside a Selmer balanced action saxophone

This lovely sax has some years on it: it’s from the 1940s. At the time this photo was taken, it was hosted at the Neige Music Atelier in New Zealand.

2. The perfect gradient in this chili pepper

Bird’s eye chili peppers range from yellow to red, depending on how ripe they are when you pick them. This one, however, decided to be fabulous.

The burning feeling we get from eating them is because capsaicin irritates our mouths. Capsaicin is the chemical responsible for the “heat” of spicy foods. The peppers probably developed it to fight fungal infections that insects cause them to develop.

3. The gradient of these droplets on a car roof

The shimmery beads are leftover raindrops, and the gradient comes form the roof being tinted. Sadly though, commenters said the manufacturer changed suppliers, so more recent roofs won’t be sporting the same artsy effect.

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