Can you imagine Morgan Freeman becoming your God? What would it be like? The answer is quite surprising.
This collection of beach photos dates back to 1900-1920s. Modern beach is nothing like the beach on these black and white pictures.
People use different types of transportation. This collection contains modern and unusual vehicles, both real and fake.
Money does grow on the trees. Australian RaboDirect bank has proved it by setting up a hilarious experiment. Bank workers chose a tree in one of the Sydney’s city parks and planted real five-dollar bills on it. They also used a hidden video camera to record people’s reaction to the abnormal dollar tree.
Hello friends of Izismile. Here is Kallango speaking.
Well, I took these photos with my cellphone, so the images were not very good but I'm working at the next post with more of this pictures, when I'll use a camera to take better pictures and also make a video.
I used to work in this place as a Computer Technician. Despite the mess, the work of this company, repairing computers, printers and monitors is very good.
A collection of interesting and great propaganda posters from different countries. Most of them were used during the war times. Others were meant to procure men, money and resources to sustain the military, election campaigns and build a new society.
This is Khan Shatyr Entertainment Center located in Astana. It is the biggest tent on our planet that became a sensation in the architecture world since the capital of Kazakhstan has a difficult environment to build such a brave project. The new center is 150 meters tall with 100,000 square meters of striking beauty.
Alexander is only 14 years old, but he is a real fighter. He continues to enjoy his favorite sports even though many people don’t understand or support his desires.
Beautiful caves with giant crystals were found by cavers in Mexico. Two amazing chambers of crystals known as The Cave of Crystals and The Cave of Swords are about 1000 feet down in the limestone host rock of the Naica Mine. This is a real world wonder that reminds of a dreamlike crystal palace.
THESE ARE CRASY CARS!!!!
The pilot pretended to faint and frightened his friend who was filming
It’s difficult to tell what this is at first glance. But if you take a closer look you will understand everything pretty soon.
All these photographs are real even though many of them look like photo manipulations.
Police always creates composite sketches to catch criminals. But do these drawings really look like the people they depict? Compare police sketches and real mugshots after the jump.
Enrique Iglesias decided to draw attention to himself by borrowing one of his fans’ camera and taking a photo down his pants. Yes, you got it right. He simply pointed the camera down his trousers during a performance and made a photograph of his… underwear. This is kind of weird, as the artist actually gave the camera back to the fan.
Submarines are often used by drug traffickers to smuggle cocaine to Central and North America. They are mostly reported to be used by Colombian drug cartel members who export drugs from Colombia to Mexico. Such narco subs are usually small, capable to hold 5-6 people and about 10 tons of cargo. The first time U.S. Coast Guard uncovered such a submarine was in 2006.
CF-18 crashed during airshow training in Lethbridge, Canada. The jet pilot was lucky to eject moments before the plane exploded. Reportedly he was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Even though such accident happened and investigators still don’t know what caused this plane to crash, fleet of CF-18 jets will continue to fly.
It is surprising that many well-known impressionist painters used still raw photos to create their artworks. They added colors and their vision to the original raw photograph, changed proportions and saved money because they didn’t have to pay art models any more. The results were amazing. For example, Edgar Degas used 3 raw photos to create his famous Ballet Dancers. Other artists followed Degas’ idea and also started to use photographs while painting their masterpieces.