You have to see to believe these incredible photos with amazing timing sense. These pictures may have been shot by skill or by sheer good luck, but in both cases the results are amazing.

Enjoy these images. But then, who does not enjoy looking at great clicks?

#1 Girl and the wave
A picture is worth a thousand words and thousand words cannot clarify this wonderful click. It takes planning and patience to get a perfect image like it.

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#2 How tall is the giraffe
Photography plus optical illusion, this one is a winner. This proves that the cameraman is more important than the camera. This click was taken by Graeme Guy in Masai Mara, Kenya.

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#3 Lightning time with Liberty
It takes patience, a lot it, to get one of these. Capturing lightning is extremely difficult and one like this is one in a million.

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#4 Who are you looking at?
Is it the dog or the man or the creepy coincidence that both wear the same shade?

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#5 The shape of water
It does take a very good timing sense to capture something like this.

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#6 Buddha and the plane
Some clicks are taken just to take our breath away. How perfect is it?

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#7 No, it’s not Photoshopped
It looks too good to be true. This click was taken by Pam Mullins in Canada. The picture came out this well by accident and even the photographer herself had a pleasant surprise.

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#8 Five is not enough
The full moon adds up a sixth continent to the Olympic glory in this incredibly well timed photo.

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#9 Water, air, light and camera
An extraordinary click just at the nick of time.

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#10 The Wizard of the White House
Barack Obama gets captured in this wonderfully timed click. The sun plays into Mr. President’s hands well creating an illusionary ball of light. This picture was clicked by Carolyn Kaster in 2012 where he was giving a speech and as expected, it went viral.

Related: How to click good photos with a basic camera

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Image credits: Keptelenseg, Flickr, World Wide Interweb, telegraph.co.uk, REUTERS/Luke MacGrego

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