If you prefer to stay active and passive and also want to spend a vacation at home with the family, be sure to diversify leisure viewing these spectacular blockbusters, each of which cost a fortune creators. Continue reading
Well-preserved 42,000-year-old baby mammoth Lyuba was taken to London Natural History Museum and with the rest of the giants of the ice age is on display from May 23 to September 7, 2014. Mammoth was found in May 2007 in a reindeer herder Yuri Khudi upstream Yuribey on the Yamal Peninsula and was named after the wife Luba reindeer herder. According to scientists, he died at the age of one month after the drowned and suffocated in the clay mass. That is why his body is so well preserved. Continue reading
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
In 1902, the Hungarian artist Tivadar Kostka Csontvary his painting “Old Fisherman”. It would seem that there is nothing unusual in the picture there, but it laid Tivadar subtext in the artist’s life and untapped.
35 most successful photos at different times adorned the last page of the magazine LIFE.
We appreciate the creative view of the world and therefore love to collect the most recent pictures taken at the right time with the right perspective. And we are not alone: photographers of all ages and nations have always understood that sometimes in order to get a good shot with an interesting plot,its not necessarily to learn over the years and have heaped camera. Its Just Enough to capture a moment in time and click.
These are the pictures published on the last page of the news weekly LIFE, diluting serious footage of photojournalism.
We present you the funniest pictures of different times which is located in the famous magazine. Continue reading
First in the West people began to study yoga philosopher Schopenhauer, and a real surge of interest in the “science” occurred in the first half – the middle of the twentieth century.
We have collected interesting vintage photos of the history of yoga, which commemorated its early adopters. Continue reading
Your will see here UK s Most sexiest actresses in history. Organizers asked this votes from more than 21,000 visitors, And check out what is the result came out. This rating is not given for any objective. Moreover they were not professionals, they were just fans of modern cinema, Just check out what came out. May be you believe them or you love some of one in the list…
Please don’t forget to let us know about you are agreed or not? or what do you feel… Continue reading
Princess Diana’s evening gowns that she wore to state visits, royal banquets, and other glamorous will go under the hammer at a vintage fashion auction in London on March 19. In total, Kerry Taylor Auctions say the sale is expected to raise more than 800,000 pounds (US$1.2 million.) Check out… Continue reading
Hurricane Sandy is coming. Here are interesting facts about New York City And Hurricanes. Continue reading
Secretaries been the most important part of company and for boses check out the attractive History of Company secretaries. Do you have one ? Tell us about Yours in comments… Continue reading
Archaeologists convinced that they’ve unearthed the secret behind the world’s most famous painting, the Mona Lisa.
Buried beneath the floor of a convent in Florence, Italy they’ve found a skeleton they believe belonged to Lisa Gherardini, the model who posed for Leonardo’s da Vinci’s mysterious masterpiece. Continue reading
Here you can see special kind of Brazilian telephone booths. They were developed by Chu Ming Silveira (Chu Ming Silveira) in the early 1970s. The height of booths line with average growth of urban population. Since the phones were located in a fairly noisy places, Silveira chosen for best acoustics, the shape of eggs. Booths were made of fiberglass, were resistant to sun and rain, were simple to install and maintain, and also had a lower cost. For the first time created by the Brazilian telephone company and appeared on the streets in 1972 in Rio and Sao Paulo. Have a look of some…. Continue reading