We have seen the items in their more tiny forms. What about the opposite: objects that are so enormous that they will terrify you simply by looking at them? Have you ever heard of the terror that comes with being confronted by large things?
One of the most common and straightforward phobias to diagnose is that of large objects. A questionnaire and a series of photographs that portray both natural and man-made items that are too huge are often included in a standard phobias test. Here is a list of twenty objects that are so enormous that they caused humans to be afraid. And you really should be. Imagine for a moment that you are standing right next to these monsters and you are making every effort not to be frightened by their enormity. We dare you, go on!
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#1. This art installation.
#2. Statue of Poseidon in Spain.
#3. The Mobility pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai features an immersive display created by Weta Workshop, the special effects team that worked on “The Lord of the Rings” films.
#4. The Swedish warship vasa.
#5. This sinkhole in Guatemala City.
#6. Mirny, Russia, diamond mining town.
#7. Can you imagine seeing this while hiking?
#8. Monster Machine.
#9. A mountain in Iceland
#10. A British scientist descending into an Antarctic crevasse.
#11. Colossal underbelly of an iceberg.
#12. World’s largest log cabin.
#13. Namib desert meets Atlantic ocean.
#14. Titanic vs. the largest modern cruise ships.
#15. The Naga cave in Thailand looks like a giant petrified snake.
#16. The largest animal to ever live.
#17. This is the largest turtle ever recorded on camera.
#18. A bridge that also served as a prison. Ronda, Spain.
#19. Esso Hibernia tanker under construction, UK 1970.
#20. The largest hotel in the world, with a staggering 10,000 rooms is currently under construction in Saudi Arabia.
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