"Kansai International Airport" is also known as Sinking Airport.

Located 5 km off the coast of Osaka, Japan, is the Kansai International Airport. The airport is built entirely on a man-made island, 4 km long and 1 km wide. The only link between the island and Osaka is by the world’s longest 2-tiered bridge. Although the airport is built to withstand earthquakes and typhoons, the artificial island itself is sinking faster than anticipated. The episode looks at the various measures that are taken to keep the airport ‘afloat’, and the various facilities and services available to keep the airport running....

Cricket Bat Manufacture - Amazing Photos


Kashmir Willow Tree planting






Drawknife


The drawknife is used to remove mass from the cleft for the initial part of the shaping of the cricket bat. The knife is drawn towards you and you can either take a thick or thin shaving out of the willow....

Inside a CONDOM Factory


Korean Crowded Beach

Haeundae Beach in Busan, South Korea.



Amazing and Strange Statues around the World


Amazing Woolen Art Photos


Malaysian Big Fish - You've Never Seen Before

Funny Masks - Swine Fever Defense Masks


Dust Art works


Top 5 Youngest Internet Millionaires


Internet has proved to be a good place of investment for many entrepreneurs, young and old. Some of the young entrepreneurs have earned huge success in their projects and have become millionaires at an early age.
This list includes 10 such young entrepreneurs who have become millionaires on the internet.
1) Mark Zuckerberg




Mark Elliot Zuckerberg Facebook Founder....

Biggest Dogs In The World


Reversible House in Germany


All the World Famous persons in One Single Photograph - Amazing Painting

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Wires are under Extiction Creative Wireless Ads

 Wires are under Extiction Creative Wireless Ads


Forget about those nasty wires you always had to untangle. We’re in an age where technology advancements are frequent and make our lives a lot easier. And if you haven’t got at least a gadget or a PC with a wireless device, then you’re out of fashion. Or so says Panasonic through a series of creative Wireless ads promoting the DVD Wireless Theater. Tagline: “Wires are under extiction...

How Japanese peoples Take Pictures ?

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Strange Russian Paralyzed Highway !!!

 This Russian Federal Highway runs from Moscow to Yakutsk City in Siberia. The road doesn’t have an asphalt surface, although it is a vital highway. Every time it rains the road is paralyzed. These shots were taken a few days before approximately 600 vehicles became stuck there.


So, the next time you’re about to whine about conditions in your home country, think of the Russians....

How a Football is Made..? Adidas Football Factory...


Hanging Temple (xuan zhong si) - China

 The Hanging Temple is one of the main tourist attractions and historical sites in the Datong area. Built more than 1400 years ago, in 491, has survived more than 1400 years. The extant monastery was largely rebuilt and maintained in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). This temple is unique not only for its location on a sheer precipice but also because it includes Buddhist, Taoist, and Confucian elements....

How the beggar's open wounds are created?


Monsanto – A Portuguese Town Built between Giant Boulders




The charming town of Monsanto, an ancient settlement perched on the side of a mountain in the Portuguese countryside, boasts some of the most incredible sights on Earth. Featuring tiny streets carved from rock and granite houses squeezed between giant boulders, it looks like a real life Bedrock.
In 1938, Monsanto was named ‘the most Portuguese town in Portugal’ which seems strange, considering most buildings in Portugal aren’t sandwiched between two boulders, or have massive rocks hanging above them, but its awarded standing of open air museum, has allowed it to keep its outwardly appearance throughout the years. Due to building restrictions in the area, Monsanto’s appearance hasn’t changed in centuries and has managed to retain its original charm.....

Woman Converts Old VW Beetle into Classic Porsche




As a child, Megan Ashton dreamed of being whisked away to her wedding in a classic Porsche 356, and since she couldn’t afford a real one, she spent six years converting an old Volkswagen Beetle into the car of her dreams.
26-year-old Megan has always been interested in cars, and growing up in her dad’s garage she learned a little something about classic cars. Her personal favorite has always been the Porsche 356 – the first model ever produced by the German car manufacturer – but getting her hands on an authentic model would have proved too expensive for the young Air Engineer Officer in the Royal Navy, so she decided to build her own, instead. The 356 was created by Ferdinand Porsche, son of Porsche’s founder, and shared many parts with the VW Beetle, to make it more affordable. So the car enthusiast paid just £200 for a 1969 Beetle, in 2004, when she was still a student and planned to convert it into the classic jewel of her dreams....

American Painter and Artist - Mary Cassatt...

American Painter and Artist - Mary Cassatt...



Born : May 22, 1844 Allegheny City, Pennsylvania, United States 
Died : June 14, 1926 Mesnil-Beaufresne, France
American painter and artist
American painter Mary Cassatt is considered a member of the French impressionists, a nineteenth-century style that emphasized impressions of scenes or objects. Best known for her series of paintings of a mother and child, she also portrayed fashionable society.....

3D concept vehicles by Gavin Rothery


Creative Bottle Houses


Gorgeous Green Colour...


Creative Pillow Designs - Amazing Collection


Photographs that Changed the World

 1957. The first day of Dorothy Counts at the Harry Harding High School in the United States . Counts was one of the first black students admitted in the school, and she was no longer able to stand the harassments after 4 days....

Cliffs Cemetery


From Bead to Pearl in Malaysia

 Quality shell beads imported from the Mississippi River bed in America that will be inserted into the oysters as a nucleus for the pearls to form....

Funny US License Plates


From Air - Amazing Photos


Beautiful Ships - Awesome Photos


Under Water Tigers - Rare Photos...


Concept vehicle art by Stephen Chu


Funny monkey-Fun with Gum


Longest Ferrari - Small Intro..

The world's longest Ferrari

This is, believe it or not, the world's first-ever Ferrari stretch limo: a 23-foot 360 Modena with eight seats and the biggest electric gullwing doors we've ever seen.
It's the handiwork of Style Limousines in Manchester, which spent more than £200,000 modifying the rear-engined 360.
All eight of the seats are carbon-fibre buckets with five-point race harnesses - which might sound excessive until you discover that the 3.6-litre V8 remains, its 395bhp propelling the mega-Ferrari to 60mph in under six seconds. Could prove a challenge not to spill your cheap champagne.

Those gull-wing doors are nine-foot long and were designed by one of the teams responsible for the Mercedes SLR McLaren.

Long Nails Lady... Amazing


Barbie Doll - At the time, most children's toy dolls were representations of infants.


Man Has Sinking Titanic Tattooed on His Back



Titanic enthusiast Steve Hide, from Southampton, England, had his entire back tattooed with the faithful moment the iconic ship sank into the Atlantic, in April of 1912.
45-year-old Steve has always been interested in the history of the Titanic, and since he’s also a big fan of tattoos, he figured a full-back ink-job of the Titanic sinking would be a great way of remembering it. Work on the stunning piece began five years ago, in a tattoo parlor in Eastbourne, and since then Steve spent around 40 hours in various tattoo shops getting his back inked. When he first got the idea, in 2006, he wanted to have it done for the 100th anniversary, and used books and pictures of the Titanic sinking in order to have a realistic replica tattooed on his back.
Steve Hide thinks many people saw his idea as crazy, including his family, but he’s always been passionate about the Titanic and didn’t let anyone talk him out of having the unique homage inked into his back. Now his wife Vivienne says he becomes a celebrity whenever they go to the beach, as people flock to have their picture taken with the tattoo. She says she’s grown to like it over the years and now that it’s complete, it looks like a masterpiece, a real work of art.
It’s not every day that you see unique tattoos like this sinking Titanic scene, but after seeing a Twilight-themed fullback tattoo and Mr. Avatar’s tribute to Neytiri, nothing surprises me anymore.

Photo of the Day: Runaway Planes

Airplanes sit on the runway at the Bloomsburg Airport in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania as floodwater from the Susquehanna River continues to cover the airport. 

Mr Bean - Comedy and Funny Photos



This is my fort


Can you Beleive this - Whale Hunting


Traditional Whale Hunters in Indonesia
Hunters attempt to spear the whale from their's Demo Sapang boat, off the coast of Lamalera, Indonesia. Inhabitants of the tiny village of Lamalera in Indonesia still hunt sperm whales using traditional methods. They have no motorboats, harpoons or ropes but still manage to bring home a 23m whale which provides food and materials for the whole village.