Amazingly Unbelievable Moment Of Wildlife

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Well, this is a story of three cheetahs and one antelope. Photographer Michel Denis-Huot, who captured these amazing pictures on safari in Kenya’s Masai Mara in October last year, said he was astounded by what he saw. ‘These three brothers have been living together since they left their mother at about 18 months old,’ he said. ‘On the morning we saw them, they seemed not to be hungry, walking quickly but stopping sometimes to play together. ‘At one point, they met a group of impala who ran away. But one youngster was not quick enough and the brothers caught it easily.’ These extraordinary scenes followed, as the cheetahs played with the young impala the way a domestic cat might play with a ball of string.

10 Truly Amazing Facts About Kiss

A kiss is a sign of affection. We give kisses to family, friends and even pets. Parents affectionately kiss their children, siblings kiss upon greeting and other relatives regularly receive an expected kiss upon greeting. Kissing out of admiration and non-romantic love often travels outside of family members and may include close friends. If we see technically, kissing takes a bit of coordination with your partner, but a passionate kiss lets you exchange some of the greatest pheromones, triggering a natural response from your mate. Frequent kissing in committed couples has been found to reduce stress and cholesterol while increasing a more satisfying relationship. Just take a look below at some really amazing facts about kiss.

48 Killer Female Soldiers From Various Countries

Monday, May 30, 2011

Well, from my point of view if these girls participate in any beauty contest obviously these  can easily win any beauty contest but on the other hand these military girls seem absolutely ready to protect their respective countries. Just take a look at all pictures and discuss! which country’s military has most beautiful and brave girls? Feel free to share your views in comments!
Note: We will add more pictures from remaining countries as well we find time to time in future.

Israeli Female Soldiers

Unique Camper Bikes

Designer Kevin Cyr created this crazy project known as “Camper Bikes“. This unique piece by American artist thought to represent a bike ready for camping with a friendly space. A project presented by photographs and paintings discovered in the future.
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12 Wackiest Mailbox Designs Ever

What would a house look like without a mailbox? Most people would likely say incomplete. A mailbox, even in the age of the internet and instant messaging, is something of a permanent fixture outside houses, apartments, shops and even offices. Mailboxes still mean something to people and facilitate the postman in his duties of delivering mail. lets see some creative and unusual mailbox designs that will obviously bring smile on your face.

Long Exposure Shots of Planes Taking Off

Sunday, May 29, 2011

We’ve all seen long exposure shots of the nighttime sky a countless number of times. But, have you seen what photographer Terence Chang has to offer? He shoots long exposure photographs of planes taking off and landing at the San Francisco International Airport. Truly magnificent and different, these photos show a gorgeous contrast of the night's sky with the planes' lights!

The Distraught Cosmonaut

Melbourne-based artist Jeremy Geddes wants to raise questions, rather than answer them. In this thought-provoking series, cosmonauts float into empty landscapes and unnamed city streets. They depict a story of demise and dislocation. The question is - why?

"A painting begins with some spark of interest, which can be an image or a feeling, and from there I try to conceptually build the idea into a fully formed painting," says Geddes. "Those initial glimpses are usually not easily translated into a painting that will work, so the development can take some time, refining the initial concept through a succession of studies until I arrive at something which I feel works."

Geddes' highly-detailed paintings often take months to complete. "It can be frustrating when they begin to drag and I have other images I want to get to, but I find it impossible to leave paintings in state that I feel could be improved, so I have little choice but to press on," he explains.

Eurocopter’s X3 hybrid helicopter

Earlier this month, Eurocopter’s X3 hybrid helicopter reached a speed milestone during stable, level flight. Maintaining a true airspeed of 232 knots (450 km or 279.6 miles per hour), it can cruise at more than half the speed of a commercial jet.

Aboard the aircraft were Eurocopter test pilot Hervé Jammayrac and flight test engineer Daniel Semioli. “We were impressed by the ease at which this speed objective was attained,” Jammayrac explained. “The X3 handles extremely well, demonstrating remarkable stability at high speed – even with the autopilot off.”

The X3 earns its "hybrid" moniker by combining two turboshaft engines that power five-blade main rotor system and two propellers installed on short-span fixed wings. This allows it to hover like a helicopter, while also reaching the kind of speeds you'd expect from a turboprop-powered aircraft.

The aircraft is designed to suit a wide range of applications, including long-distance search and rescue (SAR) missions, coast guard duties, border patrol missions, passenger transportation, and inter-city shuttle services. Eurocopter says it could also be well-tailored for military missions in Special Force’s operations, troop transportation, combat SAR, and medical evacuation.

View of Deadliest Tornado, from Above - In Focus

Saturday, May 28, 2011

It's hard to comprehend the amount of damage the tornado that tore through Joplin created. The death toll in Joplin, Missouri, has now topped 125, making Sunday's catastrophe the single deadliest tornado recorded in the United States since modern record-taking began, which was almost 60 years ago.

According to Alan Taylor's In Focus, "AP Photographer Charlie Riedel took a trip in a helicopter to capture images of Joplin's devastated landscape from above. In these photos, the scale of the impact becomes clear, as the nearly mile-wide path of the tornado can be clearly seen curving through several neighborhoods, as can the destroyed hospital and high school."

Close Range Lighting Strike!

Prepared to be awestruck as you watch a huge bolt of lightning hit the ground about 650 feet (200 meters) away. William Phuoc and a few of his storm chaser friends took this amazing footage while shooting a thunderstorm in Darwin, Australia. Talk about being in the right place at the right time!

The Surreal Magician

Ronen Goldman has an eye for the uniquely absurd. Through his works, he allows us to get a glimpse of the surreal scenes that show up in his dreams. Hold on tight to your seat, It's going to be a thrilling ride...

In "The Surrealistic Pillow Project," Goldman is like a magician who impresses us with a large arsenal of amazing photographic tricks. We recently caught up with him and he was kind enough to answer some questions for us. Be sure to check out that interview, below.

Could you please give us a brief description about yourself?
Hello! My name is Ronen Goldman. I'm a surreal and conceptual photographer from Tel Aviv, Israel. For the past four years, I have been working on something I call "The Surrealistic Pillow Project." Basically, they are

Incredibly Creative Pothole Project

Spaghetti & Meatballs on Greenwich Street

Most of the time, we try to avoid potholes. If we do end up driving over them, we get angry. Instead of being frustrated about the whole experience, Montreal-based Claudia Ficca and Davide Luciano decided to give us a reason to laugh at the annoying holes in the streets.

The husband and wife duo asked their friends to get involved, and together, they started coming up with some amazingly creative scenes. They have since taken the Pothole series to different cities around the world, including Montreal, Toronto, New York, and Los Angeles.

What I admire most about this couple is how they are able to tell a unique and elaborate story through every single one of their images. After laughing out loud at some of their photos, I knew I had to get in contact with them. You can catch that interview, below.

Diver on Ave Musset

Can you please give us a brief description of yourselves?
We are both born in Montréal, Canada. Davide graduated from the Toronto film school, he has since

10 Weirdest Roadside Attractions of America

1. Atomic Testing Museum, Las Vegas, Nev.

A tour through the nuclear testing history of Nevada, the Atomic Testing Museum is a blend of the whimsical and the macabre. Test your rad level with a Geiger counter, get up-close-and-personal with a nuclear warhead or view the collection of Atomic Age paraphernalia on display.
Giant dinosaurs, houses filled with dolls and puppets, museums of the weird: America’s most interesting roadside attractions are often overlooked, occasionally maligned, and usually hidden away from more heavily traveled areas. Sure, they might not be enough of a draw to warrant a visit by themselves, but they can more than repay the time spent diverting from a longer road trip or vacation.
2. Forbidden Gardens, Katy, Texas
This sprawling recreation of historical Chinese locations was built in 1997 at the behest of Hong Kong real estate mogul Ira P.H. Poon, who emigrated to the United States. He chose Katy, Texas, as the location for his museum because of its proximity to Houston and its large Asian population. Featured are the Forbidden City, in 1/20th scale, and a 1/3-scale recreation of the tomb of Emperor Qing Shi Huang-Di, called “The First Emperor.”

3. Oasis Bordello Museum, Wallace, Idaho
The owners of the old bordello left in a hurry in 1988, but a local entrepreneur bought the building and

Bizarre African Giant Snails

The Giant African Snail is the largest land snail in the world. All land snails are hermaphrodites, producing both spermatozoa and ova. The egg develops and is expelled through a reproductive opening just behind the right side of the snail’s head. Fortunately these impressive animals are very easy to keep if you take into account just a few basic points. Giant African land snails feed on virtually any form of fruit and vegetables and a wide selection is recommended to ensure they receive a balanced and nutritionally sound diet. Once should try to ensure that food is changed daily if not consumed, and that the snails always have food present.

50 Extreme Guinness World Records

Friday, May 27, 2011
1. Fastest 100-meter hurdles wearing swim fins, individual, female

The fastest 100-meter hurdles wearing swim fins by a female is 22.35 seconds. It was achieved by Maren Zönker of Germany in Cologne, Germany, on Sept. 13, 2008.
On May 4, 1951, Sir Hugh Beaver, then the managing director of the Guinness Brewery, went on a shooting party in North Slob in County Wexford, Ireland. He became involved in an argument over which was the fastest game bird in Europe, then later realized it was impossible to confirm in reference books. He then thought that a book supplying answers to such questions could be popular.
The first 197-page edition of the “Guinness Book of Records” was bound on Aug. 27, 1955, and went on to the top of the British best-seller list by Christmas. Over 400 million copies have sold since the first edition. The most recent one to hit the shelves is the “Guinness World Records 2010.” Here is list of 50 interesting Guinness records that will surely amaze you.

2. Most people dressed as Smurfs
The most people dressed as Smurfs was 1,253 and was achieved by the Muckno Mania Festival in Castleblayney, Co Monaghan, Ireland, on July 18, 2008.

3. Largest rubber band ball

120 Bicycles on the Wall (4 pics)

Thursday, May 26, 2011
Unlike most people who advertise in the paper, Christian Petersen and his partner decided to put up 120 bicycles on the facade of their shop. It actually turned into a brilliant marketing scheme. However, residents of Altlandsberg, Germany are concerned about the safety of the wall. Could you imagine what would happen if a tornado ripped through the town?!

Wonderful Kissing Sculptures

Kissing is one of the most pleasing moments someone can find themselves in. The kissing process can go in many different directions, so knowing what to do is very important. When you are in a loving relationship, sharing a passionate kiss with your partner is just about the best feeling in the world. When that special kiss takes place, you find your emotions and thoughts in a whole new part of your mind. Lets take a look at some kissing sculptures which are looking really awesome.

Ship that Cried Wolf (8 photos)

At first glance, it looks like this sailor's ship is going down. But there's something strange about this image. Why does he look so calm?

No, this wasn't Photoshopped. French artist and ultimate prankster Julien Berthier adapted an abandoned 21 foot (6.5 meter) yacht so that it appears to be sinking. To create it, the vessel was split and a new keel was constructed, allowing it to be sailed at a 45 degree angle. Since its construction, Berthier has taken the boat out on numerous trips inside London and Normandy, France harbors.

Berthier wanted to create an art fiasco aimed, in his words, to “fix an object at the moment of its deregulation.” The image and metaphor of the sinking ship is an iconic one – it signifies death, lost hope, and sinking dreams. "Love-Love" freezes those sentiments permanently, both celebrating and overturning them.

The Kids Who Could Fly (4 pics)

At first glance, it looks like these kids are about to jump off a high-rise building. Look a little bit closer and you'll notice that it's all an illusion! This extremely clever ad campaign promotes "Maximum Ride," a series of books by award-winning American writer James Patterson.

“Maximum Ride is a series about a group of children who can fly," says New Zealand-based ad agency Colenso BBDO. "To launch the latest book, we created a large ground decal that showed Aucklanders what it was like to stand on the edge of a building and jump.”

Clever T-Shirt Packaging for Foodies (5 pics)

Love this cute idea by Prompt Design, a Thailand-based agency. The t-shirts are packaged very cleverly - they're individually folded inside vacuum packs, paper bags, plastic wrappers or disposable cups, turning them into wonderful (and almost edible looking) works of art! Called Here! Sod, these t-shirts would make great gifts for your foodie friends!

Magical See-Through Doorknob (3 pics)

Here's a design that's sure to knock your socks off. Hideyuki Nakayama designed a doorknob that let's you see what's going on in the next room. The coolest thing about it is its simplicity. There is no hidden camera involved. Rather, the glass knob is cleverly designed to reflect the room you’re about to enter, giving it a crystal ball effect.

Although privacy (or lack thereof) is sure to be an issue with a product like this, few would argue that this design is really clever. "A Room in the Glass Globe" is currently on display at the Plain People store in Aoyama, Tokyo, and is expected to be manufactured at a large scale soon.

Shower in the Street (video inside)

It's no secret - sex sells. Russian ad agency Young&Rubicam knows that. In downtown Moscow, beautiful models took shifts bathing inside a shower equipped pillar with frosted, but translucent walls. Crowds of people took to the streets to look at the sexy silhouettes who were barely covered by Palmolive ads.

World’s 10 Most Bizarre Collections

Dimitris Pistiolas of Athens owns the world’s largest private collection of movie cameras — 937 vintage models and projectors.

This post is about crazy people having wacky interests. I’m really impressed by the person who has largest collection of beer mugs. Just take a look at all ten pictures and enjoy!
Smoke Sessions
Since 2003, Chinese collector Wang Guohua has been amassing cigarette boxes, some of which he now keeps in a room in Hangzhou, in China’s Zhejiang province. The collection includes 30,000 cigarette boxes from more than 100 production areas spanning more than 10 countries.

Awesome Pictures – Dogs On Parade

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Would you like to dressed your pet like these puppies? In this post we are featuring a collection of pictures of dogs dressed up with awesome costumes.  Hope you will like our effort.

30 Stupidest Inventions Ever

1. Wondrous Bra

You might call it the wondrous bra. Japanese urban farmers who wear the gimmicky new undergarment can grow their own rice in recyclable plastic pots that double as the cups, according to Reuters. The pots can be filled with soil and rice seedlings, and the wearer waters the rice with a hose that doubles as a belt that loops around the waist.
Why are people naturally attracted to anything that seems stupid? Well, I think this is because people love to laugh. In fact,  laughing is an extremely powerful form of self healing. We are all instantly attracted to anything we find funny. In this post we have a collection of some really stupid inventions ever created and most interesting fact about these is that all these inventions are  created by actual people.
2. Bar Sound Bubble
What a bubbleheaded idea. A college student in Scotland came up with a solution for chatty pub patrons who can’t hear their friends – the sound bubble. It’s a clear plastic helmet that covers everything but the ears and mouth from the neck up and eliminates background noise.

20 World’s Most Bizarre Bridal Gowns

1. Bridal gown-zilla

A model shows off a wedding dress by Japanese bridal designer Yumi Katsura during her 2010 grand collection presentation in Tokyo.

Who says weddings gowns are always gorgeous? Take a look at bizarre and creative creations from modern fashion designers around the world.
2. Belly blast
A model displays a wedding dress from the Esperando collection during the 2008 Bridal Exhibition in Dubai. The show is said to be the largest bridal event in the Middle East.

Bizarre Junk Sculptures by Leo Sewell

Junk artist Leo Sewell creates his ‘rubbish’ artwork from junk he collects from refuse dumps round his native Philadelphia. This piece is of a female torso. Using any discarded plastic, metal and wood, Leo selects his raw materials for their color, shape and durability.
Molding them using nuts, bolts and screws, Leo’s colorful sculptures, like this one called Stegosaurus, range from the size of an average house cat to a huge 40 foot installation, like Torch. Scouring the city for any discarded junk he can use, Leo pieces consist of a number of disused elements, some of which relate to the subject.