Whale Shark Being Hand Fed Whale shark close to sitting in a boat fisherman,who feeds her from the hands of saltwater shrimp in shallow waters off the coast of Oslob, Philippines.Local fishermen are willing to show the audience admired the amazing process of feeding the giant fish length exceeding 7.5 metra.Mestnye fishermen consider whale shark as a kind of a good deity patronizing them and bringing a good catch.That did not stop enterprising locals demand from Shawn and a half dollars for every shot they made,which was recorded feeding process akul.Sharks filter the water for feeding,so the man is,in principle,are safe.Local residents in the past engaged in fishing whale sharks due to the fact that the high demand in the markets enjoyed their meat and fins,but these fish are now in the Philippines under the protection and there is a ban on their fishing. Related posts:
Fishing Knots When tying knots there are some important things to remember. Knots are your weakest link to the fish, so inspect knots for damage while fishing Retie knots after catching a fish. It will pay off when the big one bites. There may be hidden damage from the stress. Make sure knot wraps are lying cleanly inline. Overlapping line will cut your knot strength. This is just a starting point for your knots, as I find more time I will add more.
21 Images You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped (Part 8) This is the latest edition of our most popular feature, in which we demonstrate that the truth is stranger than Photoshop. Here are more photos that will make every poster in the comment section scream "FAKE!" but are absolutely real. In case you missed the previous episodes, here's Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, the gritty reboot that doesn't acknowledge the previous editions, Part 6 and Part 7. And now ... #21. Via Buzzhunt.co.uk This looks like a bank of escalators seconds before they were buried under a lava flow, but it's actually one of about a hundred decorated subway stations under Stockholm, Sweden, where the natural bedrock ceiling has been painted. If nothing else, it has to make it a hell of a lot easier to figure out if you're at the right stop. Via Wikimedia Commons"Hmmm ... this has less magma than I remember." #20. Via Forbes Yes, that's a satellite photo, and yes, there really is a gigantic set of connecting canals spelling "HAMAD" in Abu Dhabi. #19. Via Making Of
How to Buy a Round-the-World Plane Ticket (That Kicks Ass) - StumbleUpon (Photo: Norman B. Leventhal Map Center) Chris Guillebeau travels the world and writes for a small army of remarkable people at The Art of Non-Conformity blog. He is a master of clever air travel (among other things), and this is a guest post on perfecting one of the rare gems that can truly change your life: Round-the-World (RTW) tickets. Enter Chris… To outsiders, buying a Round-the-World plane ticket is a mysterious process. Over the past three years I’ve spent at least 60 hours, probably more by now, learning the ins and outs of Round-the-World travel. The Time Investment Planning and shopping for a Round-the-World (RTW) ticket is a labor-intensive process. Also, before you can actually buy a Round-the-World ticket, you need to be willing to do all these things: Those are the minimum “time costs” for getting a Round-the-World trip set up well. Good Reasons to Use Round-the-World Tickets – Tremendous Value. What to Do First Spend some time getting to understand how they work. Reservations
THE CORONATION OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH - PART 1 The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey, London. Various dawn shots of Buckingham Palace, the lights go out on the Mall, Tower Bridge is silhouetted in the sunrise. Brief shot of Coronation Arches. Several shots of the large crowds of people that have camped out overnight on the streets, some are asleep others are looking cold and are wrapped in blankets. C/U of small child sitting down eating a sandwich, while a woman powders her nose, a woman drinks tea from cup, while a road sweeper cleans the road. M/S of Royal Trumpeters beginning fanfare. SV. Elevated, State Coach approaching N.E. corner Parliament Green. The ceremony begins. M/S of Queen approaching Chair of Estate. SV. LV.
How to Catch Big Halibut - Seven Simple Secrets to Big Halibut Fishing 1. Find Good Structure and Find Halibut When in Alaska Fishing for Halibut, especially big halibut, no decision will have more impact than where you fish. It may seem simple, but if you are fishing for Halibut, in a place where there are lots of Halibut, you will certainly catch more fish. So where do Halibut live? Halibut prefer bottom structure that has rapidly changing depth nearby. 2. Halibut have an excellent sense of smell and use it to find food. A simple, and deadly effective, technique is to attach a bag of chum to the anchor line right before setting anchor. 3. Alaskan's know that "Bigger Bait = Bigger Halibut." Small "chicken" halibut will often not hit a big Salmon head, so when you do use big baits you will often get less bites. 4. This is another one of those things that you think would be common sense, but is often forgotten. 5. This is a secret that I almost wish I was not sharing because it is soooo effective at catching more and bigger halibut. 6. 7.
My Daguerreotype Boyfriend Horace Hopkins Coolidge, age 22, on his graduation from Harvard College, class of 1852. (Harvard Archives) Among the many gifts his fairy godmother endowed on Horace Coolidge were a genial charm of manner, a rare tenderness and a spirit of living kindness, and a loyalty in friendship which made him dearly loved by all who knew him. After graduating, he did what many young men of his time did, and traveled to Egypt for two years, returning to Boston to marry his sweetheart and become a lawyer. Bucks-climbers - StumbleUpon Spending their lives in the mountains climbing, mountain goats reach this incredible virtuosity, excelling in this mastery of many other animals that seem more suited for this purpose. A herd of alpine goats, or IBEX At the 50-foot near-vertical dam Cingino in the Italian Alps. Horned climbers attracted here because of the salt, which they lick from the stones. IBEX live at high altitudes, up to 4600 m, thus escaping from predators.
Wall Art Some amazing things are happening in Lisbon; this wall is just incredible, and Sam3 is getting in on the action too. Of course, Blu's bloated corporate figure sucking the world dry is very topical. Update: the eyes of the fat corporate guy are suspended from the roof, so move in the wind. so good. See more Blu + more Os Gémeos. artists: Blu + Os Gémeoslocation: Lisbon via Os Gémeos' blog
Carpet Shark Eats Bamboo Shark Photograph courtesy Tom Mannering A shark has been caught on camera making a meal of another shark along Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Released earlier this month, the pictures show a tasseled wobbegong halfway through swallowing a brownbanded bamboo shark. Daniela Ceccarelli and David Williamson, from Australian Research Council's Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, chanced on the spectacle while conducting a fish census on the fringing reef off Great Keppel Island. "The first thing that caught my eye was the almost translucent white of the bamboo shark," Ceccarelli said in an email. "It became clear that the head of the bamboo shark was hidden in its mouth," she said. Previous analyses of the shark species' stomach contents had shown that wobbegongs do eat other sharks. "I doubt that this is the first time such a thing has been seen," said Ceccarelli, who added that she does think this is the first published photograph of a wobbegong swallowing another shark. —Helen Scales
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