This frigate known as HMNZS Wellington was commissioned for the Royal New Zealand Navy in 1969. Thirty years later it was decommissioned. And it was utilized in 2005. The whole process was effective. But why couldn’t they just cut it?
Los Angeles is the “capital” of homeless people in the U.S. There were over 73 thousands of homeless people here before the world crisis, 40 % of them were women and children. A “slummy block” is located in less than one mile to the Mayor’s Office. Here you can always meet 2,000-3,000 homeless Americans. The photos are rather depressing…
I love people with a good sense of humor. The owners of the following boats surely know how to laugh as the names for their "floating objects" are hilarious and pretty odd.
If you ever come to Washington, visit Microsoft’s Studio D offices in Redmond. This is where you will see unusual Star Trek sculpture that is called Mirror Universe. It was designed by Devorah Sperber who decided to recreate “Mirror, Mirror” episode from the 1967. You can see the crew battling their evil counterpart from a parallel universe.
A new compilation of extremely beautiful black and white photos that look tender and neat and will certainly raise your mood.
You can also see the previous post with fantastic black and white photos.
Have you ever seen two animals being in love? I have. But they were animals of the same species. This case is special and unique. 3-year-old giraffe Bea and ostrich Wilma are always together. They live in Busch Gardens in Tampa Bay. And it seems to me that they don’t need anybody else to be happy.