Posted by ahmad alasmar Thursday, July 24, 2014
Posted by ahmad alasmar Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Tokyo-based nature and untamed life photographic artist Martin Bailey catches the powerful excellence of Antarctica in this enthralling photograph arrangement. While the frozen continent is home to numerous seals and penguins, Bailey decided to photo the clearing scene without any indications of life, rather concentrating on the merciless and ethereal excellence of 1,000-year-old ice shelves and glaciers.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Tuesday, July 22, 2014
While conforming the temperature of the water, the vast majority of us waste a decent container or two. To verify we don't do this kinda doltish wastage, the Eco-shower offers an extra holding unit, that takes in the first hurry of frosty water and high temperature it up for you. It's a neat thought and assuredly before this current year's over we ought to see a working model.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Monday, July 21, 2014
Posted by ahmad alasmar Sunday, July 20, 2014
South African origami craftsman Sipho Mabona, who wowed us with his life-sized elephant collapsed from one sheet of paper, keeps on awing with Giga Origami, his most current establishment at the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam. Mabona collapsed a group of titan origami flying creatures to take off over guests in the museum's Great Hall, dangling from the roof in a stunning showcase.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Saturday, July 19, 2014
The boat wrecks of Tangalooma are found on the western side of Moreton Island close to the township of Tangalooma, a previous whaling station. Moreton Island is a substantial sand island - the third biggest on the planet - placed on the shore of south-east Queensland, Australia, which together with Fraser Island, structures the biggest sand structure on the planet.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Thursday, July 17, 2014
Close to the south fringe of Salar de Arizaro, the sixth biggest salt level on earth and the second biggest in Argentina, 70 km from the town of Tolar Grande, lies an interesting volcanic pyramid. A very nearly impeccable cone, it climbs startlingly amidst the salt skillet. This is Cono de Arita and it approaches magnificently 122 meters over the Salar. Its name originates from the Aymara dialect where Arita signifies "sharp".
Posted by ahmad alasmar Wednesday, July 16, 2014
In Paris' affluent district of La Défense, you will discover the absolute most wonderful bits of present day symbolization. Inside a region of 400 acres, there are more than 60 statues, models and landmarks outlined by specialists, for example, Louis-Ernest Barrias and Alexander Calder. One landmark that sticks out like a giant stick of confection is the splendidly hued tower called Cheminée Moretti or essentially as Le Moretti.
Posted by ahmad alasmar Tuesday, July 15, 2014
When you need to get away from everything, why not by any means escape? An idea home by Chilean planners WMR Arquitectos will do simply that. The Till House is a solitary story wooden structure that is settled in the cliffs of Los Arcos, Chile. While it may be avoided sight, regardless it has access to, and staggering perspectives of, the surrounding ocean.