“some of the animals been captured in the weird and funny situations…..” Continue reading
World’s tallest building 828 m (2,717 ft) high, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, strikes by lightning as an enormous electrical hurricane rolled in over the United Arab Emirates.
Invitation card means alot to everyone in many ways, it is important for whom it is made and for the person for whom the occasion is…,also important to show that how much event meant to its organizers and how much effort they have put in. and if someone receive it then how much it has impressed them….I got some good collection of simple, creative and beautiful invitation cards, take a look. Continue reading
May 4, 1951 Sir Hugh Beaver, managing director of brewer «Guinness» went hunting in the North Slob, Wexford County, Ireland. They got into a dispute with his friends about what kind of bird is the fastest in Europe, but he realized that the books do not have such information. Then he decided that it would be nice to have a record book in which one might find the answers to these questions. Continue reading
29-year-old photographer and designer Collette Ulrich (Ulric Collette) of the Canadian province of Quebec has created a series of shots, “Genetic portraits” in which the combined entity relatives (including his own), Take a look.. Continue reading
In this issue are pictures of insects in dew drops, made by Miroslav Svitek physio in the morning in the woods near his home.One complete life cycle or generation (from the egg on to the egg again) takes a full year for most insects, but there are many exceptions. Continue reading
After a shocking earthquake in Haiti, local residents pass an injured church in Part au Prince.
Madhuri, an Indian elephant, swings a monitor lizard around by its tail. The unlucky creature had been swept off the ground and was carried around for a number of days by the elephant. With its tail firmly clamped in the animal’s trunk the lizard was swung around and occasionally put back on the ground. The scene was captured by Jagdeep Rajput during a trip to Corbett National Park in India.
Today when fashion also become advanced with more colors and designs, then can you think of using parts of plastic barbie dolls, everything from body parts to hands as your fashion accesory. okkk dont think much just take a look of amazing creation of jewellery by Margaux Lange contains pieces of barbie body parts and says she is “fascinated with who the Barbie is as a cultural icon, her distinguished celebrity status and the enormous impact she has had on our society”. I think this also good for barbie fans… Continue reading
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope image captures the chaotic activity atop a three-light-year-tall pillar of gas and dust that is being eaten away by the brilliant light from nearby bright stars. The pillar is also being assaulted from within, as infant stars buried inside it fire off jets of gas that can be seen streaming from towering peaks. This turbulent cosmic pinnacle lies within a tempestuous stellar nursery called the Carina Nebula, located 7,500 light-years away in the southern constellation Carina. The image celebrates the 20th anniversary of Hubble’s launch and deployment into an orbit around Earth. Hubble was launched April 24, 1990.
Well everything is possible in this world, again from unusual part of this world today i collected some really odd and unusual brand names of things which is of use…take a look.
The Shadows were formed from members of several late 1950s UK skiffle groups: the Newcastle-based “Railroaders” (and also The Five Chesternuts on Columbia Records) who supplied Hank Marvin and Bruce Welch, both inspired by US pop music; and The Vipers Skiffle Group (on Parlophone records) who supplied Jet Harris and Tony Meehan from London, both inspired by UK jazz–skiffle music. The Shadows, although originally the live and recording backing band for Cliff Richard, were later marketed as an instrumental combo, following their explosive chart success with the Jerry Lordan composition “Apache.” In the US and Canada, they were briefly marketed as a ‘surf’ group with two special compilation albums on Atlantic records, The Shadows Know and Surfing with The Shadows, to compete with The Ventures and The Surfaris. Although both these albums failed to chart in America, the band had hits worldwide. Continue reading
Looking for a gift for the geek who has everything? How about this – a detailed 1:18 scale model of the Delorean from the Back to the Future movies, which is also a 500GB hard drive? The $250 car-shaped hard drive features gull wing doors an opening bonnet and even a replica of the reactor needed for time travel. It simply plugs into your PC’s USB socket and you can utilise the Seagate storage hidden within. Dave Hersch of US company Flash Rods says: “After four years of engineering, it’s finally out and worth the wait. This is one of the coolest hard drive cars we have ever made. It would be hard to have more fun than this rolling around your desk top.”