Archive for January, 2011

Taba

31/01/2011

Camel caddy in Taba Heights, Egypt.Gillian Hill of Selsey, West Sussex

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Mother & Child

31/01/2011

Elk and child in the Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.Eleanor Scriven of Chesterfield, Derbyshire

Stunning Black and White Street Art Illustrations by Phlegm

31/01/2011

Street artist, cartoonist and comic book creator Phlegm is known for his signature illustrative black-and-white style, which he has translated from the page to large-scale murals in run-down public areas. The Sheffield, UK-based artist recently completed some stunning floor-to-rooftop street art, including ‘Whale of a Time’ in the Riverside carpark in Rotherham. (more…)

Picture of the day

31/01/2011

Meet Zlata – the world’s most flexible woman. Pictured here on the streets of London, the contortionist drew crowds in the UK capital displaying her wiry skills. The Russian national has been performing her contortionist act for 10 years wowing the public with her eye-watering positions.

Child-Monster

31/01/2011

A child demonstrates its best sea monster impression at Vang Vieng, Laos.Daniel Griffin of Abingdon, Oxon

Turquoise Seas

31/01/2011

The turquoise seas of the Caribbean.James Goode of Jersey

Concrete House on Stilts in Austria Has a Surprising Interior

30/01/2011

A concrete rectangle hovers in the air, implausibly balanced feet above the ground on just four stilts. And as if the curiously gravity-defying qualities of the exterior aren’t enough, the entirely unexpected interior looks as if it must belong to another building. Take a peek inside ‘Single Family House St. Joseph‘ by Vienna architecture firm Wolfgang Tschapeller Architekt. (more…)

Balloons

30/01/2011

Hot air balloons rise through the early morning mists at Bagan, Burma (Myanmar)
Mark Withers of Southampton

Dubai aquarium

30/01/2011

A child immersed in the watery world of a Dubai aquarium

Vhils Murals Scratch More Than Just The Surface

29/01/2011

Alexandre Farto aka Vhils, is a young Portuguese artist who has become famous for his stunning murals that are created through scratching away what’s already there, rather than adding additional material. Alexandre creates the majority of his work by peeling away the top layer of whatever material he’s working on, until it forms into something beautiful. (more…)


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