Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in NY featured over 40 balloon creations, 1,600 cheerleaders, 800 clowns and 27 floats this year. It’s not hard to imagine how astonished the crowd was to see this incredible holiday production.
Hashima is also known as “Battleship Island” because of its unique shape. It used to be a coal mining facility that operated from 1887 till 1974. Then it was shut down. The mines are now bare and empty. That’s why the island is given a new nickname “Ghost Island”.
This place looks like heaven. It is the Blue Lagoon located in the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland. It’s the world’s only point where a deep sea ridge is coming onto the shore. The Blue Lagoon is an amazing geothermal spa that attracts millions of tourists from all over the world.
"The Mine" might be the most dangerous place in Guatemala City. People who work here risk their lives every other day. They scour the massive trash dump for scrap metal to earn twice the daily minimum wage and face the threat of infection, mudslides, and collapses.
Some people are just so crazy about Twilight they are eager to camp out for 4 days awaiting the premier of “Breaking Dawn - Part 1”. These are photos of some of over 700 passionate movie fans from Los Angeles.
Athletes are not just faster and stronger than most of us, they also perform on a bigger than life scale. Thus many of them can afford to live in expensive mansions and houses. All these homes have huge square footage.