Paid PostPosted on Jan 11, 2016Desert Sunsets That Are So Gorgeous They Must Be FakeYeah, preeeeetty sure these Scottsdale sunsets aren't even real.by ScottsdaleBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Dru Bloomfield (CC BY 2.0) / Via Flickr: athomeinscottsdale This kind of looks like food. It's probably food. Did they really think mashing up some marshmallows next to some dark chocolate would really trick people? Nice try, folks! Diana Robinson (CC BY-ND 2.0) / Via Flickr: dianasch It looks more like a really pretty painting, to be honest. Those colors seriously can't be naturally occurring in nature. It's too surreal. Dru Bloomfield (CC BY 2.0) / Via Flickr: athomeinscottsdale This one totally looks like somebody spilled some orange soda and yellow paint on a black-and-white photo of a mountain range at night. Leslie Seaton (CC BY 2.0) / Via Flickr: lacatholique All right, all right, that's enough. This looks more like some beautiful sand art in a bottle or something. That stuff is gorgeous. OOH maybe some of these photos are sand art?? Keenan Turner of MDK Media (CC BY-ND 2.0) / Via Flickr: orygynylphotography Yeah, this one is believable. But...barely. It looks like a very well-crafted oil painting. Such emotion. Almost makes you feel like you're looking at a real desert sunset. Dru Bloomfield (CC BY 2.0) / Via Flickr: athomeinscottsdale Wow, are you serious right now?This is totally photoshopped!!! Look at those majestic rays of light! Look at the soft puffy lil' clouds! It's photoshopped. It has to be. Zilberman-sands / Getty Images It is 100% scientifically impossible for this image to exist in reality. Not on Earth, at least. Maybe like...Venus or something. Eric Mischke / Getty Images Yeeeeeeeah, that's pretty gorgeous. Wait...what if these are *actually* real? What sort of implications would that have on life as we know it??? Eric Mischke / Getty Images Ah yes, this is actually a painting done by famed Renaissance painter Fakeus Artificious. He was known for his sunset landscapes. Escape from your cold-weather doldrums! Visit Scottsdale this winter and see these totally real sunsets for yourself!