This is a list of 10 largest trees in the world. The exact locations of 10 tallest trees in the world are secrets, so the pictures available in this post are only illustrations. The trees are not guarded 24/7 and only sealed the information what keep the trees grow higher.
By Phillips Crook The winners of the international Travel Photographer of the Year 2011 competition have been announced. Especially, Louis Montrose of San Diego was named the Travel Photographer of the Year for his portfolio including spectacular photos of life in a painted village in Burkino Faso and the Day of the Dead festival in Oaxaca, Mexico. This year’s international panel of judges included travel and wildlife photographer Steve [ Read More ]
LG Smart ThinQ Fridge, has definitely cool features: Scan a grocery receipt with your phone and it’ll create an inventory list, or enter your height and weight and it’ll recommend recipes based on what foods you have and how healthy you are. Teaser Image:
The Freeport, Maine-based company has built a four-wheeled version of the founder’s famous hunting boot. It’s more than 20 feet long and will be unveiled to workers Jan. 17 before making a road trip to New York City to help the company celebrate being in business for 100 years.
By Taylor Meyer Floating hotels, from over-the-top cities like Dubai to low-key locales like Bora Bora, have become a trend in recent years. Hotel developers are looking out to sea to build their next properties and guests are seeking novelty and luxury. Staying in luxurious, well-equipped accommodations, experiencing pristine wilderness, taking a trip in rainforests are really great. King Pacific Lodge, Oberoi Udaivilas, Conrad Maldives, Punta Caracol, Six Senses, [ Read More ]
By Elisa 11 The winners in twelve categories of the 2011 British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPAs) have been announced. Aiming at honoring talented wildlife photographers, this year’s competition attracted thousands of photographers across the country and was considered as “a special opportunity to give the natural world that surrounds us the recognition, and reverence, it deserves.”
By Marc Marseille Cities around the world are celebrating the holiday season with events and sparkling decorations. While houses and buildings decorate twinkling Christmas trees, crystal ornaments, life-like Santas, cities have their own special approach to the holiday. Holiday lights are everywhere, from buildings to streets. The cities are illuminated with garlands of colorful lights and piped in music and events.
Revelers erupted in cheers around the world to welcome in the new year, as star-studded celebrations and glittering fireworks displays ushered in 2012. The first worldwide celebrations started in the island nation of Samoa, which hopped across the international date line at midnight on Thursday, skipping Friday and moving instantly to Saturday. In Sydney, more than 1.5 million people watched the shimmering pyrotechnic display designed around the theme “Time [ Read More ]