Accidents on the waters are more frequent than one would think and this huge gallery proves it well.
Indeed, lots of different boats wreck each year all over the world, and container ships are no exception!
The reasons for the accidents here are varied, but in all cases the photos are impressive.
As the title of the pics says, working from home is both awesome and horrible, but in what ways?
These Infinity swimming pools are some of the most gorgeous in the world. An infinity pool is one that produces the visual effect of water that extends to the horizon. It is an absolutely beautiful effect and is aptly named as is shown by these photos.
Golden Triangle Resort - Chiang Rai, Thailand
The photos in this post are of some of the ugliest models in Britain, who work for a London modeling agency and are scheduled to appear on television. I can’t imagine what kind of parts they are going to play but I hope it is of some sort of a bad example. Appear on a game show maybe?
On August, 83 participants from all over the world participated in the finals of the Miss Universe contest. 22 years old Jimena Navarrete from Mexico was crowned the winner. She won numerous prizes including cash money.
Previous entries about Miss Universe 2010:
Nick Veasey is a real master of what he’s doing. His X-Ray photography is just great.
I never thought that something that serves mostly for medical purposes could be such a beautiful artwork.
Check out another post with x-rays:
The caricatures of the celebrities in this post are truly amazing. The artists who do them seem to have a sixth sense of the facial features that need to be exaggerated. This artist didn’t fail and allows us to see them as we do in our subconscious mind.
Japanese artist Yasuhiro Suzuki has designed one of the most creative, original and unique boats in the world: a motorboat designed after a zipper tab!
What was only a scale model in 2004 has now become a reality and was presented at the Setouchi International Art Festival in Japan.
Yasuhiro Suzuki said: “As the vessel glides through the water, the wake looks like a zipper coming undone, suggesting the image of the sea opening up.”
The man in this photo in named Fei Jianjun. He is 40 years old and suffers from rhino carcinoma. He did not receive any medical treatment for his huge nose as a result of poverty until the hospital offered him free surgery. His nose is the size of a human fist.
The Internet, and certainly social networking websites, has certainly changed all of our lives. Facebook has provided one more way to determine the relatively popularity of a celebrity. So check out which celebrities have more fans on Facebook. Some figures may surprise you.
36. Jackie Chan: 4,815,299 fans.
We have here a new amazing case mod which is inspired directly from the Dreadnought, a mecha from popular video game Warhammer 40,000.
This is a real masterpiece, bravo to its author!
Other case mod posts:
The photos in this post are of some very unusual roads. Many of them make you wonder how they were ever built and where they are going. They certainly seem to disprove that the shortest route between two points is a straight line.
Here is another post about roads you might want to see:
There may be a lot about Scientology that you didn’t know and this post may not help you much in that regard. But, the facts and myths presented here are truly ridiculous. For example, did you know that Christ was a child molester?
This post is full of jungle beasts in their natural habitat. Although they are beautiful in their own way, they are also ferocious. The law of the jungle is truly the survival of the fittest and only the strong survive.
These amazing landscape imitations were done in miniature by artist Gregory Euclide. He used all sorts of natural materials to create them. It is truly incredible what a real artist can do with everyday ordinary materials.
These are some of the most humorous playground fails of all time. In some of them you’ll have to look close to see the humor, others are more obvious. Some are rather naughty. What in the world were the playground designers thinking?