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Best 20 books Necessary for all Artists

Best 20 books Necessary for all Artists
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Book reading is a good hobby and we can say that books are our friends. When we want to improve our knowledge we read more and learn from it. There are all types of books in the market we get more information and easily can make an artist. Books are also the way of building of your career. Some important features like willingness, tenacity, and an ambition that can help to improve your personality. We can also improve the business skills to read books. It is a big opportunity that we have a lot of books online to help.
Sometimes it’s a good luck for you read an appropriate book that relates to your career. If you are going to start a business you have to read books about business and learn how to set the prices and get profit. We should keep books with us because some books give you amazing lesson.

Best 20 books Necessary for all Artists

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Best 20 books Necessary for all Artists

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Best Travel Photography of the National Geographic Contest 2018

Best Travel Photography of the National Geographic Contest 2018 “Coordillera” Photo and Caption by Karsten Hoenack / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest
National graphic photography is going to accept submissions until May 31, 2018. It is the contest of photography of national geographic 2018 which organized for the annual competition of photography of their favorite Category. Many talented photographers around the world participated and showed incredible photography of natural world. Their pictures explained all story of a place and travel moments. Amazing photos of the deep blue sea of Africa looks beautiful. It is an attraction for viewers to see it because they have the right to give the votes to their favorite one. Judges will decide the winner and the reward of the winner is 10,000 dollars and other additional categories of winners will receive 2,500 dollars each. People can also enter people and city categories from June 11 to 15, 2018 Best Travel Photograph…

Incredible Japanese’s Fire Balloons of World War 2

Incredible Japanese’s Fire Balloons of World War 2
A tree snags a balloon bomb in Kansas on Feb. 23, 1945. Photo credit: Japan Times
On May 5, 1945, Reverend Archie Mitchell went to the church with his wife and wife children where he saw a pastor for fishing and picnic in mountains near Bly in Oregon. Mitchel left them near a road so they could easily hike from woods up the mountains. Suddenly they heard the sound of a child, they were talking about balloons. Mitchell’s wife and children ran to see the balloons. They were those people who killed in Second World War by enemy attack. Archie’s wife and children discovered Japanese Balloon bomb, that day was special for them, these balloons flew nearly 8000 km across the Pacific sea and landed in mountains named Gearheart. It was the great invention because Japanese did not have a heavy bomber before. They did not have B-29 to could compete with other countries. So they saved them from enemies and they launched 9000 fire balloons. In 9000 ba…

Incredible floating village of Ko Panyi, Thailand

Incredible floating village of Ko Panyi, Thailand Aerial view of Ko Panyi, fishing village in Phang Nga Province, Thailand. Photo credit: roadlessandy/instagram
There is a small village of Ko Panyi in Thailand, which consists of hundreds of huts, houses and restaurants. A lot of fishermen built their houses above the water level because it is nearest from see. It is a wonderful concept of amazing houses. Nearly families and more than 1500 people live on Ko Panyi. At this time, foreigners are not allowed to purchase their own land in Thailand, but Toh Baboo and some other families have built their houses, 200 years ago they settled here from Indonesia. It is an Islamic village and there is a mosque, a school, a large restaurant and many other facilities. Truism became another source of income from some years. Incredible floating village of Ko Panyi, Thailand Photo credit: thailandculturetravel.com Incredible floating village of Ko Panyi, Thailand Aerial view of Ko Panyi, fishing village in Ph…

Japan Uses Recycling Process for Saving Waste Material

Japan Uses Recycling Process for Saving Waste Material
In 2003, people of Kamikatsu decided and introduced the unique concept of ‘zero waste’. Kamikatsu is the small town in Japan. They used 45 different categories to save the waste material.  It is an Amazing Process of recycling which people of Kamikatsu adopted it.  They separate paper, bottles, cans, metal and many other things from dustbins. They have completed 80 percent of this work and their wish is to complete it as soon as possible. When they started this concept was not easy for everyone. It is the major problem of waste and we should also adopt it. According to one store owner ‘‘since the program started, he began to buy things that only came in cardboard boxes so that boxes can be used for packing other things’’. .Japan Uses Recycling Process for Saving Waste Material

India Solved Water Difficulties By using Artificial Glaciers

India Solved Water Difficulties By using Artificial Glaciers
Photo credit: Sonam Wangchuk In the Nothern India, People store water in pipes from glaciers and streams in the mountains. They freeze water, after some time the sun melted it and it’s a good opportunity for their villagers to irrigating fields from this water. It is a great idea of storing water like this and they can solve the water problems. Ice cones are called ice stupas due to its specific shape. It can be good for India if they do work like this they can get fifty more ice stupas in Ladakh and they will provide ten millions liters water to their farmers to irrigate their crops. Ladakh is situated in Jammu Kashmir in India. There is no source of water other than winter snowfall in the mountains. India Solved Water Difficulties By using Artificial Glaciers Phyang monastery in Ladakh. Photo credit: Stefan Walter/Rolex Awards
India Solved Water Difficulties By using Artificial Glaciers Prayer flags decorate the ice stupa near Ph…