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就是要這樣玩 - 謝智隆. NOTCOT.ORG. Miniature train. Tree-climbing goats Pictures. Super Sprayer. Million Dollar Home Conversions. The Most Amazing And Absurd Places For Rent. You could shack up in a dank apartment or chain hotel room when your job or your family vacation beckons you abroad.

The Most Amazing And Absurd Places For Rent

But if money is no object, you might consider a more adventurous choice of lodging like, say, an old Boeing 727. In Manuel Antonio, Cost Rica you can rent one for $400 per night or $11,872 per month through, a San Francisco, CA-based online vacation home rental site. The retired jet-turned-apartment is just one of the many amazing, unusual and strange abodes for rent right now. “People have gotten really creative with what they post… we’re seeing tree houses, castles, water villas in Malaysia” says Joe Gebbia, the co-founder and chief product officer of, comparing the site’s real estate-centered open marketplace model to that of goods-centered eBay’s. “We actually have so many igloos on the site right now that we had to create an ‘igloos’ category and there are so many boats on the site that we had to create a category for that too.” 5. 4. 3. 2. 1.

Portraits of sea creatures Pictures. Cart & Balloons - Photographer Creates Landscapes Good Enough to Eat on Shine. (Photos courtesy of Carl Warner) By Claudine Zap For Carl Warner, it all started with a portabella mushroom.

Cart & Balloons - Photographer Creates Landscapes Good Enough to Eat on Shine

The London-based advertising photographer had gone to the produce market looking for objects to shoot in a still life. But the fungus caught his eye for another reason. "I thought it looked like a tree on an African savanna," he recalled recently, from his home in England. That first creation, "Mushroom Savanna," made 12 years ago, was the beginning of a food odyssey that has evolved into a complex, imaginary world where ordinary foods like broccoli, parmesan cheese, and kale are transformed into eye-popping scenes of the city of London, a Tuscan village, or a craggy American landscape. The efforts have become a book, "Carl Warner's Food Landscapes", and a series of photographs of the food landscapes can be see see in the photo gallery above.

This isn't just a labor of love: Food companies like Nestle and Unilever hire the edible artist to create campaigns. Kite Aerial Photography - Guernsey. KAP (or kite aerial photography to give it its full name) was first introduced to me back in the summer of 2005 when a friend and work colleague pointed me in the direction of Flickr and a gentleman named Lenny.

Kite Aerial Photography - Guernsey

I first met up with Lenny in Dec 05 who gave me a fine demo of what KAP is all about with 2 of his homemade kites. Then there was a lengthy pause while I got sidetracked. In the summer of 2008 I finally joined the very small worldwide KAPing community. Armed with Lenny’s FlowForm25 (my kite was on order and delayed) and my new camera ‘rig’ I took my first pictures on 11 August at Fort Le Marchant in Guernsey and the rest is history.