This tiny church is located in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia near the city of Chiatura. The church is sitting on pillar of rock that is on a jagged cliff that is 130 ft. in the air. To climb on the top you need to take an old rusty ladder. The cliff that the church is sitting on has been eroded by weather for nearly fourteen centuries.
Another great set of funny pics of what’s happening in different countries, cities and some other places. Enjoy!
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Crafting requires a certain amount of dedication and persistence and the guy in the Tatara Project had more than enough of both to pull off a very tough project. He set out to make blades out of homemade steel and the result is simply outstanding. He started off by building and running a tatara-like smelter where he consolidated five pounds of steel. He then processed the bloom and compacted it forming a bar of steel. He sorted the steel using the spark test and a flywheel press to flatten some of the chunks. He then manipulated the carbon content of the steel to create different quality bars of steel. He finished up by forge-welding and folding the different steel bars to create a billet which he forged into a sunobe and then into a blade. The final step in this tedious project was polishing the blades. The impressive final product will blow your mind.
The ground trembled, walls came crumbling down and a massive chunk of ice from one of the biggest New Zealand glaciers drifted 120 miles in the second earthquake to hit Christchurch in five months. The devastating 6.3 magnitude quake killed at least 75 people and left thousands trapped under the collapsed buildings.
Plumbers had to change the plumbing pipes in this house in Russia. The result is right after the jump.
Don’t forget to check other interesting facts that happen Only in Russia.
Since 1969, Colonel Gaddafi has had a firm grip on the leadership throne in Libya. He is one of the longest serving rulers in history although he is more famous for his flamboyant and unusual sense of style that makes him stand out like a sore thumb in a room full of politicians in suits.
Don't forget to scroll down to see his female bodyguards.
We already posted beautiful photos taken by Colonel Douglas H. Wheelock which appeared on his Twitter account. It seems that other astronauts follow his example. Here’s another set of pictures made this time by astronaut Paolo Nespoli while he was aboard the space station. The photo was taken approximately 1,000 km northeast of the Solomon Islands.
Meet Natsumi Hayashi from Tokyo who simply loves to levitate. She always brings her camera with her and creates these photos of her floating. It is not that easy to do as in order for her to look like floating and not like a jump, the facial expressions should be controlled as well as hair or body flailing shouldn’t be noticeable. I can say, that she reached her goal.
These are some of the coolest gadgets that you have ever seen. Some of them we posted in other similar entries, but here are lots of new stuff you may like. Make you wonder who thinks up these kinds of things. They will make everyone’s life easier and more convenient. They are really groovy gadgets.
Could you survive on 49 cents a day? If you lived in China and earned 49 cents per day, you’d have no alternative but to stretch those cents as far as they could go. Photographer Stefen Chow started a project called “The Poverty Line – China” which shows what the Chinese living below the poverty line can afford with the daily wage. One picture - one day.
Ten years ago Army Private Mitch Hunter performed a heroic act with bitter sweet results. He saved a woman’s life during a car accident by pushing a live wire off the woman. Sadly, the ending wasn’t a happy one for him. Hunter was left severely disfigured and the formerly handsome young man now lives with a severely scarred face, a prosthetic nose and leg. Hunter’s story is about to be re-written and the brave soldier just might get his happy ending after all. He has received approval for a face transplant by the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.