Not only snowmen can be made from snow. If you use your imagination and spend some of your time and of course if you have just a little bit of talent, you can create something incomparable. And this “incomparable” is waiting you in the following of the post.
The amazing light show Odaiba Water Illumination began on December 21 in Tokyo. Different images are projected on a huge 15m high and 40m wide screen, formed by the water spray accompanied with music. The show will run until January 11, 2010. It looks simply fantastic! Photos are clickable.
This is a very interesting photo project by Claudia Ficca and Davide Luciano. Their project is simple and at the same time very creative and ingenious. They imagined a pothole as a “scene” from life. For example, a pothole where a woman make her laundry or a pothole as a swimming pool. They bring several gallons of water and other stuff to set their scenes. Claudia and Davide also try to add a comic and humoristic touch to the pictures.
Several days ago, two trains collided in Shanghai subway. Of course, it suspended the subway train’s flow, which immediately caused chaos in the city. All the people rushed to the bus stops, the only way to get on a bus was to fight your way through. Here you have a vivid example of how one incident can easily paralyze the entire city.
Those photos were taken in a train somewhere in Northern India. They show homeless Indian kids begging for money. Maybe those pics will make you think of Slumdog Millionaire if you’ve seen the movie. Anyway, it’s quite sad..
If you’re a bit attentive, you’ll realize that there are plenty of faces everywhere around you. Any ordinary object is likely to have a face, not each one, but more than you would think. So look around you, maybe you’re surrounded by faces without knowing it…
Take a look at the first part, there’re some good examples too.
Gadgets may be ingenious, they are nonetheless most of the time useless in the long term, but as some say: what’s useless is essential! )) So, this is a list of things that are really useless. Some are funny though…
Here is the second part of the great pictures of 2009 according to LIFE. And if you follow this link, you could see the first part of this selection which also contains links to the photo collections of different press agencies.
This monkey is tamed but during one of the street performances she got angry against its owner and began to throw at him for real. And the spectators present during the performance thought it was the script and were really amused. The last photo is the best, it is ‘a mortal blow’
This movie was awaited with impatience, and it still has surpassed all expectations. Avatar has set a box office record in the world. We were lucky to find a “prototype” of the heroine Neytiri. Hit the jump to see her.
This is one of the highest railways in the world. It connects Xining, Qinghai Province, to Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region, in China. The total length of Qingzang railway is 1956 km. Construction of the 815 km section between Xining and Golmud was completed by 1984. This railway is the first to connect China proper with the Tibet Autonomous Region, which, due to its altitude and terrain, is the last province-level entity in mainland China to have a conventional railway. More than 960 km, or over 80% of the Golmud-Lhasa section, is at an altitude of more than 4,000 m. The 1,142-km Qinghai–Tibet railway from Golmud to Lhasa was completed on 12 October 2005. It opened to regular trial service on 1 July 2006. The trains are specially built for high altitude environment. From October 2006 five pairs of passenger trains run between Golmud and Lhasa, and one more pair between Xining and Golmud. The line has a capacity of eight pairs of passenger trains, and the carriages are specially built and have an oxygen supply for each passenger.
These special Chinese eggs are black inside with a greenish tint and look as if they were found during the excavations of an ancient Chinese city. That’s what thought foreigners first arrived in China, that it were simply stale eggs, and called them "Century eggs" (or hundred-year egg, thousand-year egg). They are usually marinated in a special way for a few weeks or even months, which gives an unpleasant odor (the scent is similar to the smell of ammonia). But they say that when the eggs are fully prepared, they are incredibly tasty. Well, would anyone like to try this Chinese delicacy? Don’t hurry with your answer, look at the pictures first ))