Friday, March 16, 2012

Amazing 3D Optical Illusion

Perhaps you have read more about chalk drawings before and for sure you already viewed pictures of this sort of visual art. Chalk drawings had developed in the past and evolved as time passed by. These photos show the creativity of the man in the name of Joe Hill. He exactly created a dangerous looking scene in this amazing chalk drawing. He appears to be jumping off a very tall building. 

It's cool and amazing!

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Emotional Eggs--Cute!

Eggs! Eggs! Eggs! I really love eggs especially when they are served for breakfast. Because of fondness of eggs, these photos caught my attention and made me think what eggs might feel (if they could only feel) when they are hatched. The drawings on their surfaces reveal their "feelings". It's cute...
"Ouch! That hurts!"

"Oh no! Please don't! Huhuhu..."

"Oh my! I am chosen. Will this be my last?"



"Oh my God! How could that happen?"

"I'm afraid. I don't want to be fried...Huhuhuhu"

Having fun...

Cold war? lol

Monday, March 12, 2012

Home Sweet Home in Coober Pedy

Are there people living underground? Yes, there are, and they live comfortably there. Do you know where that is? Only in Coober Pedy!

Coober Pedy is a very small town in South Australia, about halfway between Adelaide and Alice Springs. It is referred to as the "opal capital of the world" because of the quantity of precious opals that are mined there. It is notable for its below-ground residences, called "dugouts", which are built due to severe desert climate. The name 'Coober Pedy' comes from the local Aboriginal term kupa-piti, which means 'white man's hole'.

Coober Pedy is perhaps one of the rarest places in the world. A considerable number of people of varied nationalities are living there. It offers a relaxing, peaceful and unique lifestyle of underground living. Only there that you can see authentic underground homes as well as underground art galleries, opal mines, churches, hotels, and even a bookstore.

Below are photos taken from Coober Pedy. By just looking at them, you seem touring in the place.















Outside Coober Pedy...










Many tourists are attracted to tour in Coober Pedy. Its uniqueness makes up, promotes, and spreads its fame all over the globe...

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Extraordinary Design of European Trucks

These trucks have extraordinary design. At first glance, you can think that their other side is missing or see-through showing the products they are hauling where in fact it's not, for they are only painted on each side and on the back.

In this design, the cases of softdrinks seemed to be magnetized on the ceiling. Obviously, this truck is hauling PEPSI products. It's amazing, isn't it?
Another design shows a bottle of beer which seemed to go out of the side. It really looks real.
Are you not amazed with this? It's like a mini-library on wheels! You can have choices of what book you want to read, then you can readily get it.
Have you seen an a travelling aquarium? Well, here it is! It is an aquarium on the road.
Another design shows a big tote bag...
What have you understood in the picture? Which is the real windshield and driver's seat? Is it the one in yellow or or the one in blue? Which is which? What do you think? 
Actually, the real one is in blue. This design shows another truck with the windshield facing the back and there has been a driver painted in the driver's seat looking back over his shoulder to appear like he is driving backwards.