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Friday, 29 August 2014

Incredible Rotary Snowplow Cuts a Path in the Snow for Trains

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Incredible Rotary Snowplow Cuts a Path in the Snow for TrainsWhile it’s still summer for many of us, we can’t help but think about the upcoming cooler temperatures. This historic and impressive piece of machinery is the rotary snowplow, and it’s used for clearing train tracks after a heavy snowfall. The large, circular set of blades on its front are rotated by an engine that’s held within its frame. But although it contains an engine, the snowplow isn't a self-propelled vehicle. This means that one or more trains must follow behind to push it along the tracks as it cuts a path in the snow.
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Awesome Cakes Look Like Interior Of Library

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Awesome Cakes Look Like Interior Of LibraryKathy Knaus has recently been discovered for her creative capabilities with cakes. She designs everything from sugary sushi rolls to a scaled-down fashion studio, but her most exceptional work is her multi-tiered library cake. In this fabulous creation, Knaus has hand-designed the interior section of a public library.
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Monday, 4 August 2014

2014 Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest Winners

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2014 Nat Geo Traveler Photo Contest Winners

1. Grand Prize – The Independence Day
Marko Korošec

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 Selected from more than 18,000 entries, a photograph of a dramatic storm cloud, taken by Marko Korošec of Sezana, Slovenia, has been chosen as the grand-prize winner of the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. Korošec has won an eight-day National Geographic Expedition to Alaska’s Inside Passage for two aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion or the National Geographic Sea Bird. Shot near Julesburg, Colorado, the winning photo is titled “The Independence Day” because the spaceship-like cloud formation reminded Korosec of the 1996 movie.
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Nara, The City Taken Over by Deer

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Anybody who has travelled to India must have invariably encountered cows on the streets; animals that disrupts traffic and refuse to move. Now replace cows with deer and you’ve got Nara.
Nara is the capital city of Nara Prefecture, and lies south of Kyoto, less than two hours from Tokyo by train. It is a beautiful city full of temples, shrines and ancient ruins, and home to one of the world's largest wooden buildings and one of the largest known statues of Buddha. Between 710 to 784, Nara even served as the capital of Japan. Today, this city of 370,000 has approximately 1,200 deer roaming the streets.
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Amazing Miniature Worlds Constructed on Everyday Objects

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Amazing Miniature Worlds Constructed on Everyday Objects
After years of building traditional model railroad dioramas, Japanese artist Akihiro Morohoshi put a twist on his usual work by embedding the miniature scenes in everyday objects. In his playful works of art, tiny and quaint worlds sit atop and inside discarded Pringle chips cans, matchboxes, guitars, and candy vending machines.
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Monday, 28 July 2014

Superkilen:Public Park in the Nørrebro With Artifacts From 60 Countries

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Superkilen:Public Park in the Nørrebro With Artifacts From 60 Countries
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Superkilen is a public park in the Nørrebro district of Copenhagen, Denmark. Designed by the arts group Superflex with the collaboration of BIG architects and a German landscape architecture firm called Topotek1, the park is considered one of the most ethnically diverse and socially challenged neighborhoods in the Danish capital. Filled with objects from around the globe, it is designed as a kind of world exposition for the local inhabitants, covering over 60 nationalities, who have been able to contribute their own ideas and artifacts to the project.
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Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Shrek a Merino Sheep Who Escaped Shearing for 6 Years

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 Shrek a Merino Sheep Who Escaped Shearing for 6 Years
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Shrek was a Merino sheep, a castrated male, belonging to South Island, New Zealand, who gained international fame in 2004 owing to his gigantic coat of fleece. Shrek became famous after escaping his enclosure and evading the shearers for six years by hiding in caves. Merino sheep are usually shorn annually but Shrek managed to escape the blade for six years straight. When he was finally caught, the sheep was unrecognizable. “He looked like some biblical creature,” said John Perriam, Shrek’s owner.
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Tuesday, 22 July 2014

50 Year oOd Bonzai Tree Into Space for Exobiotanica Project

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50 Year oOd Bonzai Tree Into Space for Exobiotanica Projectazuma makoto sends 50 year old bonzai tree into space for exobiotanica projectTokyo-based artist azuma makoto in collaboration with john powell of JP aerospace have completed a botanical space flight, sending a japanese white pine bonsai suspended from a carbon-fiber frame, and an arrangement of orchids, hydrangeas, lilies and irises, among other plants into the stratosphere. launched with a specially equipped balloon from black rock desert in nevada, the mission, entitled ‘exbiotanica’, was conceptualized to let different plants step into the unknown, away from earth.
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Saturday, 19 July 2014

2016 Fortwo and ForFour Microcompact Cars

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2016 Fortwo and ForFour Microcompact Cars
2016 Smart Fortwo
2016 Fortwo and ForFour Microcompact Cars
2016 Smart Fortwo
Mercedes  has unveiled its all-new 2016 Fortwo and ForFour microcompact cars. The smallest car sold in America is still just 8.8 feet long in two-seat, two-door form, and features the model’s unique “Tridion Safety Cell” design, but everything else about the car has been fully updated. The new Smart car will feature three engine options, 60 hp option and a 71 hp and 90 hp three-cylinder option.  Each car can be equipped with a five-speed manual or a twinamic six-speed dual clutch transmission.
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