The Most Expensive Fruits in the World
How 'bout them apples? Here are eight exotic fruits that will literally break the bank. When Dole Japan announced it would be sell its Gokusen banana for $6 each for one day only (May 9) at the Takashimaya Department Store in Shinjuku, everybody's reaction pretty much was, "OMG, those are some fancy-ass bananas."
Interesting rotting foods
The rotting is a very interesting process. Decomposition (or rotting) is the process by which organic substances are broken down into simpler forms of matter. The process is essential for recycling the finite matter that occupies physical space in the biome. Bodies of living organisms begin to decompose shortly after death.
5 Unbelievable Sources of Found Music
All sound is vibration, and anything that can vibrate can make a little music. Join us for a tour of the rarest sounds on Earth, in art, and lost deep in space...
The Most Expensive Hotels In The World
When planning your vacation, guided each thickness of the purse. Some people prefer to hitchhike and relax in numerous hostels, while others are not rest without a stay at expensive hotels. Present a list of the most expensive hotels in the world, the cost of one night in which approximately equal to the annual budget of the average person on the planet.
Art and Design
Simone Crestani glass art
Simone Crestani is an artist, a designer, and a glassblowing master. He was born in Marostica, in the region of Venice, where he still lives and works. The privilege of living near Venice, a glass capital, has given him the opportunity to make frequent visits to Venetian glass masters. He started working with glass in 2000 as Massimo Lunardon's apprentice, during which time he mastered different techniques of flameworking. He is represented by galleries in Paris, Milan, and New York City.
Money Does Grow on Trees in London
Londoners walking through Potters Field Park were surprised to see a "money tree" blooming with £9820 in £10 notes, the average amount a working British family has in savings, on July 24, 2014 in London, England. The tree was planted by Sunlife to encourage the nation to start saving at least L10 a month for a brighter future. (Photos by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for SunLife).
Photographer Jens Fersterra - Hong Kong cityscapes
Another amazing photo series by German photographer Jens Fersterra. Hong Kong has become a centre for modern architecture as older buildings are cleared away to make space for newer, larger buildings. It has more buildings above 35 m (or 100 m) and more skyscrapers above 150 m than any other city. Hong Kong's skyline is often considered to be the best in the world, with the surrounding mountains and Victoria Harbour complementing the skyscrapers.
Photographer Anna Marinenko - Nature Sound Form Wave
Anna Marinenko – photographer from Kiev, Ukraine. She has a lots of interesting, talkative and beautiful photos about the nature!
Health and fitness
15 Biggest Sunscreen Mistakes
By now, you probably know that you should use sunscreen every day both to help reduce your risk of skin cancer and to prevent pesky wrinkles, dark spots, and other signs of premature aging. Yet even people who do slather it on religiously make potentially dangerous mistakes. Here are the most common ways you're messing up with sunscreen—and how to truly protect yourself from UV rays.
Why starling flocks look so amazingly coordinated
Nature 'choreographs' the movements of flocking starlings to make sure these birds always know what's going on around them.
Art and Design
Kathy Klein's Flower Mandalas
Though chanting and creating intricate designs while meditating may bring about deep relaxation, creating a Mandala may not be for everyone. Fortunately, Kathy Klein has found a way to make Mandalas more accessible and just plain prettier. Klein creates her Mandalas by using different flowers and shrubs and fussing the meditative properties of the Mandala with the beauty of nature. The result is as intricate and beautiful as the flowers themselves.
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Dramatic Stainless Steel Wire Fairies by Robin Wight
UK sculptor Robin Wight creates dramatic scenes of wind-blown fairies clutching dandelions, clinging to trees, and seemingly suspended in midair, all with densely wrapped forms of stainless steel wire. The artist currently has several pieces on view at the Trentham Gardens and sells a number of DIY wire sculpting kits from his website where he also discusses in great detail how each piece is built.
Natural Ways to Keep Spiders Away From Your Home
Okay, very few people actually want spiders in their home. I mean, wandering around freely to crawl wherever they please. I know spiders are good for the world, eating pesky, harmful insects, but that doesn't mean I want them in my house. But I also don't want to have poisons laying around either for children or pets to accidentally digest. So looking at some more natural repellents for spiders seems like a good idea.
Art and Design
Delicious Geography: Food Maps Project
These wonderful pieces of art are made by Henry Hargreaves and Caitlin Levin who created the geographical outlines of countries using different kinds of foods these countries are mostly associated with. I was really impressed by the beauty of Food Maps colours, patterns and design! I assume it took them a lot of time to assemble these masterpieces as they are made of real food :) I would love to taste Australia which looks so mouth-watering! What about you? Feed your eyes and choose the Food Map country you are inspired to try :)
Hubble Deep Field - revealing the universe
In December 1995 the Hubble Space Telescope took a long exposure image of the sky, where only a very few stars had been noticed before, and practically was an unknown side of the sky. However, astronomers and astrophysicists had always been concerned if anything existed there. After having constructed the image known as the Hubble Deep Field (HDF), they were also surprised by what they had seen! (The image can be seen by positioning the mouse on the picture!)
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