101 Most Beautiful Places To Visit Before You Die! (Part II) Whitehaven Beach, Australia Westin Maui Resort & Spa Hawaii Coast near Marsa Matruh, Egypt Skaftafell Ice Cave in Iceland Heart Sea Arch, Portugal Marble Caverns of Carrera Lake, Chile Blue Lagoon Galapagos Islands in Ecuador Sea Cliffs, Varadero, Cuba St. Hitachi Seaside Park, Ibaraki The Shahara Bridge, Yemen Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany Spotted Lake (Khiluk) British Columbia Havasu Falls ~ Grand Canyon National Park Santorini, Greece Albarracin, Aragon, Spain Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon, Iceland The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland 111 Likes 5 Pen Tricks from Japan - Uh oh... If you don’t have OCD already, I apologize. This post will give it to you… and you’ll thank me for it. When I was 15, I went to Japan for one year as an exchange student. The Japanese, Taiwanese, and Koreans — none of them can hold pens still for a second. Here are the different moves I’ll show (and name) here. The Helicopter (2) The Pincher (4) The Wheel (1) The Drummer (3) The Flip (5) After you’ve dropped your Bic for the 15,000th time and want to punch through a window, just remember: you can stop anytime you want. Enjoy!
Chrome Solutions about | electric sheep Inside 'the world's most romantic garden' The exquisite garden dates back to the late 19th century when the aristocratic Caetani family took over lands deserted for centuries including Ninfa, a town that was abandoned in the Middle Ages. Photo: AFP Rare plants, enchanting ruins and the tinkle of waterfalls: the English-style botanical oasis of Ninfa near Rome is a secret idyll billed as "the world's most romantic garden". The exquisite garden dates back to the late 19th century when the aristocratic Caetani family took over lands deserted for centuries including Ninfa, a town that was abandoned in the Middle Ages. It is so romantic with the water, the roses and the ruins. In Australia, we have aquatic plants, acacias and eucalyptuses like here but there is nothing like this. The town once had 150 homes and seven churches -- a stopping off point for pilgrims and merchants on the ancient Roman Appian Way -- but was ravaged by a civil war before becoming an artistic haven. Advertisement "This garden is one of the glories of Italy.
Breathtaking Long Exposure Photography and How to Capture It As you know, our first free e-Book was launched and so we were all, including me, busy making Photoshop resources. Thanks to you, the e-Book has met with a landmark success. Now I am free to focus on the other subjects as well. For today, I chose a form of trick photography. As the name suggests, long exposure photo is when the camera’s image sensor was exposed to light for a longer period of time than usual. Examples Niagara Falls Exposure: 30 Seconds Image by John A Ryan Light House Exposure: 114 Seconds Image by MumbleyJoe (Tyler) Fireworks Exposure: 10 Seconds Image by Express Monorail Sky ways Exposure: 1 Hour Image by c@rljones Spinning Wheel Exposure: 20 Seconds Image by Sara Heinrichs (awfulsara) Waterfalls Exposure: 2-5 Minutes Image by Dene’ (Seattle) Miles Speed Exposure: 5-10 Seconds Image by Patrick Smith Photography Use of This Effect Even though the photos above must have described the use of this effect quite efficiently, let’s also give the text a chance. Taking the Shot Extra Tips
How to tie the world together: online knotting reference books The sheer number and diversity of knots that was once in use would be bewildering to the modern city-dweller. About 4,000 different knots are described, ranging from the very simple to the extremely complex. Not so long ago, each profession or trade had adopted the knots best suited to its requirements, and knotting was part of their daily lives. There are some good knotting reference books available online, and all of them are older than most of us. Knots can be subdivided according to their general purpose: to attach a rope to another rope (fastening knots), to attach a rope to an object (hitches), to shorten a rope without cutting it (shortening knots), to form an enlarged end on a rope (ending knots), or to attach two rope ends together in such a way that they represent a smooth and even surface (splices). Basic knot technology Desirable features of most knots are that they may be quickly tied, easily untied and will not slip under strain. right). Fastening knots Splices Hitches Handcuffs
Online Password Manager Review 2013 | Best Password Storage Manger | Cloud Password Manger - TopTenREVIEWS Jason Nelson digital art and poetry 21 Roads to Drive Before you Die There’s nothing like a road trip to really experience a country. From coastal highways and dizzying mountain passes, to scenic routes through national parks and bridges over great spans of water; roads are the circulatory system that connects a country. After an extensive search online, the Sifter has compiled a list of some of the most beautiful, challenging and unforgettable roads in the world. While hardly exhaustive, this list should provide great inspiration and bucket list fodder for those planning an upcoming trip. Please feel free to share any additional roads in the comments and perhaps a pt II will be compiled :) 1. State Route 1 (SR 1) is a major north-south state highway that runs along most of the Pacific coastline of the U.S. state of California. 2. Furka Pass (el. 2429 m.) is a high mountain pass in the Swiss Alps connecting Gletsch, Valais with Realp, Uri. 3. 4. 5. 6. The Seven Mile Bridge is a famous bridge in the Florida Keys, in Monroe County, Florida, United States.