One Argentinean family had a very interesting idea. They made one picture per year of themselves. The first photographs were taken back in 1976. It is interesting to see how they change physically over the years.
400,000 people turned out to watch the largest gay pride march in the Asia Pacific wind its way through the city's Oxford Street gay district. Around 10,000 marchers took part in the parade. And there was a lot to see, a great show ;)
Everyday I spend a lot of time in the internet and watch thousands of pictures. But it’s the first time I found big beautiful pictures from Japan. After the jump you will see a good series of pictures from the life of the Japanese.
Here’s a great selection with firefighters, cops etc who don’t do their job good ;) Of course, the most part of it is tricked but still, very funny. We’ve posted recently another series of pictures about Military humor, if you didn’t see it, you should really check this out ;)
This photomontage dates from 2004. On the forum where these pictures come from the most of them aren’t available anymore. So, I decided to post what is left. I’d say, many of them are really not bad and funny.
Great picture collection from Naoya Hatakeyama. In his “Blast” series of photographs, Naoya Hatakeyama uses remote-control cameras to capture the drama and destruction of Japan’s limestone blasting operations from point-blank range.
There are always some people who like to throw something at celebrities: politicians, movie stars or Bill Gates ) They throw anything that they can find: different liquids, cakes, eggs, water. An interesting series of pictures is waiting for you after the jump.
Mother Nature has given these animals the gift to be “invisible” at the right moment. Some of them need it to hide from predators, others, on the contrary – hunt. Look attentively at these pictures, it is really difficult to spot some of them ;)
The day before yesterday we already put the video of this incident. But now I got the details. “Propelled sideways, the truck sweeps over 32-year-old Cem Tokac, who was standing beside the tracks. Amazingly, he was swept underneath the truck between its wheels. The train then missed him by just inches, meaning Tokac had cheated death twice. He survived with just bruises and a scratch to his ear.” [Mail online] I watched this video several times and thought that the man actually had died but as I wrote earlier he survived, a pure miracle. I found some pictures and put once again the video made by surveillance cameras for those who didn’t see it.
Thousands of tourists saw a mirage of very high clarity which lasted four hours off the shore of Penglai city in China. The mist rose on the shore and created an image of a modern city with high rise buildings, wide city streets, fast moving cars, and crowds of people all over the place. The detail was very visible. Experts explained that a mirage is formed when moisture in the air becomes warmer than the temperature of sea water, which refracts rays of sunlight to create reflections of the landscape in the sky.
Here’s a photo project with our favorite character Wall-E (anyway, I think you like him ;)) One Flickr user took a small Wall-E figurine and photographed him every day during 162 days. He called it “The adventures of Wall-E”. I chose 50 photos with Wall-E that I liked the most.