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  • Virtual Reality for Travellers

    Qantas together with Samsung is going to give customers a spectacular three dimensional experience in a 360 degree style interactive format. Virtual Reality Experience for Travellers will be available to customers in Sydney and Melbourne at First Class cabins from mid-February and on selected A380 flights between Australia and Los Angeles in the First Class […]

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  • The largest lake in The Faroe Islands

    Sørvágsvatn, the largest lake in the Faroe Islands is situated on the island of Vágar and it’s 30 meter above the sea level, but the cliff is 100 meters high. On the pictures it looks like the lake is about the same level as the cliff. The most important lakes in the Faroe Islands are Leitisvatn and […]

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  • Son Doong Cave, the largest cave in the world

    Sơn Đoòng Cave was found by a local man named Hồ-Khanh in 1991 in Quang Binh province, Vietnam. In 2009 the cave become internationally known after a group of scientists from the British Cave Research Association came inside. Son Doong cave is the largest cave in the world by BCRA and selected as one of […]

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  • Winter stay on Lake Baikal

    Lake Baikal, the world’s largest and the deepest (1,642 m (5,387 ft)), fresh water lake. in the south of the Russian region of Siberia, where the mean temperature varies from a winter minimum of −19 °C (−2 °F) to a summer maximum of 14 °C (57 °F). During winter the ice is up to 1.5 […]

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  • Climb on the top of Shanghai tower

    Would you like to climb on the top of Shanghai tower like Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov? Do you have acrophobia? If yes, don’t look at pictures of two enthusiasts from Ukraine and Russia who wanted to climb on the top of Shanghai tower and they did it. Vitaliy and Vadim like to climb on the […]

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  • glacier in 1934 Disappearance of the glacier

    The English photographer Simon Norfolk spent 18 days on Mount Kenya, this past October, camping in an old mountaineering hut at nearly 16,000 feet. Photographer was there to document the gradual disappearance of the mountain glacier, the Lewis, a tropical glacier in Africa. “He overlaid GPS coordinates onto that historical data about the Lewis Glacier’s […]

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  • Pedal-powered roller coaster

    Pedal-powered roller coaster, Sky Cycle, is located in amusement park “Washuzan Highland” in Okayama Prefecture, Japan. Old roller coaster, 16m under the ground, with no guard rails, no security, is only for visitors who have nerves made of steel. One of them said:“The more you fear, the faster you pedal”. Well, I believe it’s true! Pictures of […]

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  • Ice fishing huts in Canada

    Toronto based, architectural photographer Richard Johnson, has been documenting ice fishing huts in Canada for the past eight years. His project called, Ice Huts, contains photographs of more than 650 little temporary shelters, easy to transport and weather resistant. They show the individual taste and uniqueness of its owners through colors and form. All photos by […]

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  • Drifting weightless in the ocean

    Drifting weightless in the ocean on short video, without security, without oxygen, without fear… Deep under the water there isn’t anymore top or a bottom, but can be upside down and wrong side out. Scary. Fascinating! Must see the film, but don’t try drifting weightless in the ocean by yourself! Produced by LES FILMS ENGLOUTIS Written and […]

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  • Biggest Cities Then and Now

    Biggest Cities Then and Now show how world is changing and how converging are all cities around the world. The same skyscrapers, glass, concrete and steel. Only some old characteristic buildings make it easier to identify.   Comparison of evolution of world’s biggest cities during past years till now can make you dizzy. Some of the […]

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