You probably haven’t seen these 35 fascinating photos before, even if you have, they are definitely worth a second look. And I bet you will surely amazed.
A giant surf park on the edge of Snowdonia National Park has been made featuring waves that are up to six feet high. The incredible 985-foot-long Surf Snowdonia is to open on Saturday. Company Wavegarden has built a giant swimming pool that’s as long as six football fields and it creates artificial waves on command. The pool can hold up to 36 surfers at one time.
Heather Tookey has visited cheetah friend Dew to sunbathe and have sleepover four times in South Africa after the pair first met in 2011.
Peregrine Church, a Seattle-based street artist, created a series of public works of street art called Rainworks using the superhydrophobic coatings that are non-toxic and non-permanent. This hydrophobic coating is a sort of invisible ink that only appears when it’s wet.
These moms have sharing the ridiculously picky eating habits of their cute kids. Kids can be picky eaters sometimes so mommy blogger Ilana of Mommy Shorts decided to have a little fun with the situation and asked her readers for stories of their kids eating habits. If you can’t make them eat the right food you might as well get a good laugh out of it.
Penguin The Magpie is the most popular bird on Instagram which is rescued and nursed back to health by Bloom family in Newport, Australia. Though the bird is magpie but this family named Penguin.
Most people have fear of reptile world but these more than 20 baby chameleons, recently hatched at Taronga Zoo in Sydney can impress you with their cuteness. The green creatures, native to Yemen and Saudi Arabia, will mature and showcase full colour palette within a year.
Some chameleon species are able to change their skin coloration. Color change in chameleons has functions in social signaling and in reactions to temperature and other conditions, as well as in camouflage.
Photographer Bob Ianson caught a fight between a harbor seal and giant pacific octopus in the waters off Victoria’s Ogden Point. Ianson, owner of Heirloom Linens, was on a walk with his family by Ogden Point Breakwater in Victoria, Canada, when he saw the two creatures battling one another. Ianson immediately pulled out his camera and started shooting without a moment to spare.
Lara Zankoul, Lebanese conceptual photographer based in Beirut started a project “The Unseen World”. To better illustrate the concept, she used water in her endeavor as a reference to the mysteries of the sea. The photographs of The Unseen are split into two parts: what is above the water is the world everybody perceives; what is underneath the water line is the other part of the puzzle, which exists, but is not always perceived. Take a look at her incredible surreal photography : The Unseen – There is more than the eye can see. Kind of an iceberg effect….
The 20-year-old college student Kyle Kandilian from Dearborn, Michigan has about 200,000 cockroaches at the house he shares with his parents.