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Saturday, June 30, 2012

Keep Smiling ;-)


 

 

World’s famous leaders

An excellent series of photos. You can see what famous politicians and dictators looked like in their youth and what they became when they grew up.
Tony Blair


George W. Bush


Fidel Castro


Friday, June 29, 2012

World's most expensive watches!!

Please Hold your Breath !!


Rs 33,77,250




Rs36,02,400



Rs57,63,840

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Inspiring Book & Paper Sculptures

A Fun Time With Knowledge. This book sculpture features very detailed skeleton sculptures and old school music player, but what made this sculpture really special is the fact that nobody knows who created it – the artwork was delivered to a library or certain event secretly. (Image Source:chrisdonia)
a fun time with knowledge 40+ Inspiring Book & paper Sculptures
Plant of Appreciation. Another secretly delivered book sculpture with aggressive details. Next to the tree sits a paper egg lined with gold and quoted parts from the poem "A Trace of Wings" by Edwin Morgan. (Image Source: chrisdonia)
plant of appreciation 40+ Inspiring Book & paper Sculptures
Teabreak. A sculpture with beauty and elegance crafted in. It was found at the Edinburgh International Book Festival with the tag, reading "To @edbookfest 'A gift' This is for you in support of libraries, books, words, ideas… & festivals. XX" Really mysterious, huh? (Image Source: chrisdonia)
teabreak 40+ Inspiring Book & paper Sculptures
Dairy Nets & Soda. You can't deny that this sculpture is epic. Brian Dettmer takes a thick book and transformed it into an extremely impressive book sculpture, and what's unbelievable is, he didn't add anything extra to form the sculpture! (Image Source: Brian Dettmer)

Roads And Paths Photography

It's hard to imagine that something we see and use on a daily basis can exude so much beauty in photography. The scenic paths we hike on and explore, the roads we take to get to work and to travel across and beyond the boundaries of the country. 


The Scenic Path (Image Credit: Cichutko)
The Scenic Path Showcase  of Road and Path Photography: 50 Exquisite Shots
Curve (Image Credit: Roger Arleryd)
Curve Showcase of Road and Path Photography: 50 Exquisite Shots
Drunk N Tunnel (Image Credit:Jerry Berry)
Drunk N Tunnel Showcase of Road and  Path Photography: 50 Exquisite Shots
Road to Nowhere… (Image Credit: Petra Oldeman)

Glamourous Earth..



Mount Gower at Lord Howe Island, NSW.


Blue Mountains. Kanangra Walls, New South Wales.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

The Big Bang Didn't Need God to Start Universe

The Big Bang Didn't Need God to Start Universe, Researchers Say

Date: 24 June 2012 Time: 01:36 AM ET

Cage Of Death In Australia

Would you like to try this one?
Swimming with crocodiles.








Snake Ate Another Snake

A hungry black snake ate a smaller one.







Eye of a Tornado

These images were made by storm Chaser Mike Hollingshead in Bradshaw, Nebraska, on June 20, 2011.







Tuesday, June 26, 2012

AMAZING SALT MINE IN POLAND

Wieliczka

Salt Mine – An Astounding Subterranean Salt Cathedral

Deep underground in Poland lies something remarkable but little

known outside Eastern Europe. For centuries, miners have extracted salt

there, but left behind things quite startling and unique. Take a look at the

most unusual salt mine in the world.
From the outside, Wieliczka Salt Mine doesn't look extraordinary.

It looks extremely well kept for a place that hasn't minded any salt for

over ten years but apart from that it looks ordinary. However, over two

hundred meters below ground it holds an astonishing secret. This is the salt

mine that became an art gallery, cathedral and underground

lake.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Walk on Tightrope Across the Niagara Falls



Daredevil Nik Wallenda became the first person to walk on a tightrope across the Niagara Falls, taking steady, measured steps Friday night for 1,800 feet across the mist-fogged brink of the roaring falls separating the U.S. and Canada. Afterward, he said he accomplished the feat through "a lot of praying, that's for sure. But, you know, it's all about the concentration, the focus, and the training." The seventh-generation member of the famed Flying Wallendas had long dreamed of pulling off the stunt, never before attempted. Other daredevils have wire-walked over the Niagara River but farther downstream and not since 1896. 


"This is what dreams are made of, people," Wallenda said shortly after he began walking the wire.
He took steady, measured steps amid the rushing mist over the falls as an estimated crowd of 125,000 people on the Canadian side and 4,000 on the American side watched. Along the way, he calmly prayed aloud.
ABC televised the walk and insisted Wallenda use a tether to keep him from falling in the river. Wallenda said he agreed because he wasn't willing to lose the chance and needed ABC's sponsorship to help offset some of the $1.3 million cost of the spectacle.


Sunday, June 24, 2012

Vietnam’s Colossal Cave


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Located in central Vietnam's rugged Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Hang Son Doong might be the world's largest subterranean cavern. Expedition members enter through Hang En, a mile-long portal that tunnels into the lost world, hidden beneath a ring of mountains. The cave was carved out by the Rao Thuong River, which dwindles to a series of ponds during the dry months of April, May and October. At 2.5 miles long and 300ft wide, much of Hang Son Doong's colossal caverns are still being explored. (Carsten Peter/National Geographic Stock)


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Hang Son Doong is 300ft wide and nearly 800ft tall -- room enough for an entire New York City block of 40-storey buildings. There are longer caves (the Mammoth Cave system in the United States) and deeper caves (Krubera-Voronja, the "crow's cave", in the western Caucasus Mountains of Georgia), but none compare to the overall size of this enormous subterranean passage.


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A second skylight in Hang Son Doong, caused by a roof collapse long ago, reveals a jungle of hundred-foot-tall trees, lianas and burning nettles. An explorer climbs to the surface, while hikers struggle through the dense vegetation below. 


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A giant cave column swagged in flowstone towers over explorers swimming through the depths of Hang Ken, one of 20 new caves discovered in 2010. This cave, along with Hang Son Doong, is part of a network of more than 150 caves, many still not surveyed, in the Annamite Mountains near the Laos border. 

Dream Shadows..........................

Dream Shadows


T-shirt designs (3D)

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Petrol vs Diesel Car: And the Economies of Scale

Petrol vs Diesel: And the Economies of Scale

Case - 1

With the prices of petrol skyrocketing, car buyers seem to be lining up to book diesel variants as they are highly economical and easy on the pocket compared to their gasoline counterparts. Well, that is only if you discount everything else and consider the running cost. We at ZigWheels take a look at the bigger picture and bring it down to simple numbers to find the cost-effective option between petrol and diesel fueled variant


Friday, June 22, 2012

India's Lake Palace lost its lake

Once it was one of the most beautiful hotels in the world.
A lot of celebrities have visited the Lake Palace over the years.
But now the lake is gone and the owners of the hotel have no idea how to fix it.










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