Archive | June, 2011

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

30 Jun
Strangest Hair Styles Fashion


Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Strangest Hair Styles Fashion

Animal Mothers and Babies Photos

30 Jun



Cheetah Mom and Cub, Botswana


King Penguin and Chick, South Georgia Island


Tiger and Cub, Cincinnati Zoo


Red-Necked Grebe and Chick


Bay Polar Bears


Mother Wolf, Wichita, Kansas


Lioness and Cub, Kenya


Baby Gelada, Ethiopia


Kangaroo and Joey, Australia


Wild Dog Feast, Botswana


Langur Monkey, India


Horses, England


Grizzly Bear and Cub


Mother and Baby Koala, Australia


Mother Seal and Pup, Galápagos


Tiger Carrying Cub, India

Incredible Mountain Hut in Switzerland

29 Jun


The Solvay Hut is one of the most indredible mountain huts in the world. It is located at a height of 4,003 meters on a rocky ridge of the Matterhorn, Switzerland’s iconic, triangular peak. There is room for 10 mountain climbers inside. The hut is managed by the Swiss Alpine Club.

Crocodiles’ Care-taker

28 Jun


Funny LetterBox

28 Jun
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Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe

27 Jun

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe
Moldova, one of the former Soviet republics and Europe’s poorest country, has so far resisted pressure to privatise its tobacco industry.

These women work 10 hours a day, 6 days a week, and got paid 1000 lei a month (about $100 a month).
(10 hours a day)(6 days a week)(4 weeks a month) = 240 hours/month
$100 a month/ 240 hours per month = about $0.42 per hour.

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe
Middle aged women that looked much older than their numerical age iat in dirt with tobacco leaves surrounding them. In their left hand they hold what looked look a knitting needle with a heavy string attached. With their right hand they pick up a tobacco leaf and pierce it with the large needle. This mind-numbing action is repeated until the string is covered with tobacco leaves the width of the hut – one strand down and a few more months’ worth of string to go.

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe

Collection of Tobacco in Moldova, Europe

Top 10 Beaches in the World

27 Jun

10. Kauna’oa Bay, Hawaii
Located on the Kohala Coast of the Aloha State’s Big Island, Kauna’oa Bay is the quintessential Hawaiian spot. The 0.25-mile-long (0.4-kilometer-long), crescent-shaped beach has plenty of white sand, palm trees, and calm, clear, blue water. In addition to swimming and sunbathing, beachgoers here can snorkel or ride boogie boards. (Be careful swimming, however, because there are no lifeguards on this public beach.) At night, nestle into the sands and peer out into the water to see if you can catch a glimpse of manta rays swimming.

9. Langkawi, Malaysia

The name “Langkawi” translates into “the land of one’s wishes,” a welcoming concept that somewhat belies the island’s historic origins as a reputed refuge for pirates. Langkawi has since become a modern hideaway for the traveler seeking an escape. If your vacation wishes extend from uncrowded white sands and clear waters to lush green forests, you will find yourself content here. Datai Bay, located on Pulau Langkawi, is a heavenly retreat on the Andaman Sea.

8. St. Bart’s

One of many islands in the Caribbean Sea, St. Bart’s stands out with its blend of French chic and island relaxation. With beautiful secluded beaches, fine French cuisine, and gracious hotels, this tropical playground is popular with the Jet Set. The 8-mile-long (13-kilometer-long) island is edged by 20 beaches and small coves for swimmers and sunbathers, with sparkling water and white sand.

7. Fraser Island, Australia

Perched on the sunny Queensland coast 161 miles (259 kilometers) northeast of Brisbane, Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island and home to a wonderful beach. This World Heritage Site is an ecologist’s dream, with 640 square miles (1,664 square kilometers) of unspoiled natural paradise. Rain forests with 1,000-year-old trees sprout from the sand. Lodgings here accommodate a wide range of tourists, from the backpacking ecology lover to pampered resort fans.

6. Nantucket Island, Massachusetts

The most popular beaches on this island in the North Atlantic are Surfside and Children’s. The waters here are relatively calm, and there’s plenty of sand to use for sunbathing or castle-building. Madaket Beach is known for its rougher surf and not-to-be-missed sunsets. Quidnet Beach provides great views of Sankaty Head lighthouse.

5. Lanikai Beach, Hawaii

Half a mile of sparkling sand, palm trees swaying over a white beach, lush tropical plants, and endless sunshine make Lanikai one of Hawaii’s most scenic beaches. The shore is protected by a nearby coral reef, which keeps the surf relatively calm. The water is always deep green and postcard-perfect.

4. The Hamptons, New York

One of the hip spots for the air-kissing, well-heeled set, the Hamptons boast some of the prettiest beaches on Long Island. The unspoiled shoreline begins around Southampton and runs east to the end of the island at Montauk. Windswept dunes and waving grasses border the Atlantic Ocean.

3. Bora Bora, Tahiti

This is one of the magical islands that make up French Polynesia in the South Pacific. Just 18 miles (29 kilometers) long, this lush little slip of land lies in a protected lagoon edged by white sandy shores, the best being at Matira Point. Bora Bora boasts the nickname the “Romantic Island,” a moniker easy to appreciate with its isolated beaches, intimate hotels, and quiet atmosphere.

2. Maldives

Whether your dream beach trip consists of spending a few pampered nights in a four-star resort or swimming among tropical fish some 80 feet (24 meters) underwater, the Maldives are the sort of islands where either—or both—can come true. Straddling the equator southwest of Sri Lanka, the 1,102 islands that make up the Maldives form 26 atolls. The soft air enveloping the archipelago blends into a beautiful palm-fringed haze.

1. Seychelles

One of the most photographed beaches in the world, the pale pink sands of Anse Source d’Argent unfurls across the island of La Digue, one of the 115 components of this archipelago in the Indian Ocean. The sands sparkle against a backdrop of towering granite boulders, worn by time and weather. The turquoise water is relatively shallow and protected from the ocean’s waves by a reef.