July 30 in the town of Sandy Hook, New Jersey, USA, was the 30th annual Tournament of girls – lifesavers. Spends his American Department of National Parks, so it’s pretty serious.Women compete in several disciplines, including relay, swim on the boards and others. In general, the beach, the sun, bathing suits and beach … enjoy…
In Moscow, First Russian museum of optical illusions is opened, all the collections of which are interactive.
Unlike any other museum photographing is only encouraged here, because the beauty of optical illusions can be assessed only on photographs, in which man is the main actor. check out and visit there soon… Continue reading
Wildlife photo contest 2014 (Wildlife Photograher of the Year 2014) – one of the world’s most prestigious wildlife photography competitions.This year it celebrates its 50th anniversary. Represent the best pictures from the category “People’s Choice Award.” Continue reading
The most touching moment in the lives of men
In 1986, Cleveland, Ohio, proved that the balloons that we all consider the symbol of celebrations and carnivals, can become a terrible proof of the correctness of the expression “good enough is enough.” It all started when one organization called the United Way has decided to set a new world record, while releasing into the air filled with the largest number of helium balloons. Photographer Tom Sheridan appeared close to the camera and filmed the event, turning chaos. United Way organization is a charity, and the purpose of this event was to raise money, but eventually the issue of 1.5 million colorful balloons over the city led to what has been spent on cleaning more than collected. Continue reading
British man Adam Walker is accompanied by a pod of dolphins on his quest to conquer the Oceans7! The Dolphins stayed with Adam for more than an hour and swam around him playfully getting close enough for Adam to touch. A fantastic experience for all involved.
Actually these dolphins were protecting him with whit shark was down under the water. Check out how???
With the arrival of spring in our life around the world on streets you can see it, especially the rapidly begins to boil and play with bright colors. We have collected for you the best work of photographers from around the world working in the genre of street photography in the last month. Check out the best 25 photos of streets. Continue reading
Today India celebrates stunningly beautiful and bright holiday – Holi. We offer you a few moments to enjoy the atmosphere and the riot of colors of spring blossoming one of the most incredible Hindu rituals. check out…Happy Holi….. Continue reading
Fifth Olympic ring does not appear again. Fifth ring (symbolizing America) Continue reading
Russian figure skater Yulia Lipnitskaya is a teen prodigy. The 15-year-old Lipnitskaya stunned everyone at the Sochi 2014 Olympics with her perfect routine. See this Vine clip to believe how good she is! Continue reading
I am sure for the people who are in china and who caan see this live they are very lucky but for others you can see the pics…. of Amazing Winter Wonderland: The Chinese city made entirely of ice
Some 10,000 workers have been toiling away at impressive sculptures made out of ice and snow for the 30th Harbin Ice and Snow Festival in China. The remarkable structures, which are incredibly detailed with windows, turrets and domes, need about 330,000 cubic metres of snow and ice to build. The annual festival in north-eastern China is due to open to tourists on January 4. Continue reading
This year there have been many political events and some photographers managed to capture a very unusual and sometimes absurd photographs. Will Make you laugh for sure.
So here I Present you a Awesome funny selection of the most interesting “fotobomb” of politicians from around the world. Continue reading
Every year in November, the Bolivians celebrate an unusual holiday called “Day of the skulls” or “Natitas”. On this day the people of Bolivia bring to the cemetery for the consecration of the skull of their relatives, they cherish the house. Bolivians believe that the skulls of deceased relatives bring them good luck and are protective talismans. Continue reading