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The photo you see is recorded as the biggest traffic jam of all time in whole world. The event happened at Beijing, China in 2010 when traffic was struck for almost 20 days. Interestingly, look at the discipline of drivers that they have stopped the cars and vehicles in lines and lanes with a reasonable distance to front cars. Now imagine if such situation arises in PAKISTAN?
Once Ashfaq Ahmed, the famous…
If you are an Entrepreneur turned Student having computer in major, then Google Student Ambassador provides you a great opportunity to be a Google representative in your University or institution. or institution. Google is among those organization that is committed to support…Continue
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Chicken Stock Cubes 1
Chopped Almonds 15
Crushed black pepper 1 tsp
Chopped garlic 4
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Chopped Green Chilies 4
Chopped Green Coriander 1 bunch
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From the day her daughter was born, Rebecca Leimbach has photographed the beautiful and budding relationship between the little girl and her English Bulldog. After suffering through years of infertility, Rebecca and her husband were blessed with their daughter Harper. After Harper was born, they tried to have more children but even IVF treatments proved unsuccessful. Feeling an…
Start planning your trip to Bristol, England because something awesome might happen. Artist Luke Jerram is currently raising funds to build Park and Slide, a 300-foot-long slip-n-slide down the city’s Park Street. He wants to take this childhood activity out of your backyard and into the urban environment, enabling people to navigate the city in a fun, new…
The stunning Nasir al-mulk Mosque hides a gorgeous secret between the walls of its fairly traditional exterior: stepping inside is like walking into a kaleidoscope of colors. Every day, the rays of the early morning sun shine through colorful stained-glass windows, transforming the halls into a dazzling wonderland of rich hues, patterns, and light that play on the floor of the mosque.
For the December 2012 issue of , photographer Michael "Nick" Nichols journeyed to the Sequoia National Park in California in order to capture this image of the President, a giant sequoia that is the third largest tree in the world, if measured by volume of the trunk above ground.
Using a rig system made up of ropes, Nichols and his team raised a camera so that they…Continue
Welsh architectural practice Hyde + Hyde Architects transformed an unused quarry into a residential area where they built a unique home for a photographer on the edge of Brecon National Park in Pontypridd, Wales. To avoid touching the walls of the quarry, Hyde + Hyde came up with the innovative solution of elevating the building off the ground, creating a distinctive house…
Portland-based artist Rebecca Artemisa’s sets her scenes in imaginative, fantastic lands that exude exquisite details. Artemisa’s young women are among many flowers, trees, and other creatures, including monsters that are composed out of birds and stars. Although not of this world, these beings are nonthreatening and benevolent, and they even offer someone a ride on their back!
If you’re intrigued by how things are made, then Oliver Gal Artist Co.’s recreated vintage blueprints are a treat. The collective of artists scoured patents of old products and designed them into stylish and educational prints meant to hang on your wall. Some of the inventions include things as simple as a beer bottle, while others are more complicated, like the Harley…Continue
Believe it or not, this airy New York City apartment is only 420 square feet large. And better yet, it can accommodate a 12-person dinner party and sleep two overnight guests without a problem. The minimalist space is cleverly designed as a foldable studio that is easily shifted and rearranged. Its current owner Graham Hill purchased and renovated the apartment in 2009, but recently listed it…
The Sword in the Stone
Artist Tyson Murphy recreates some of our favorite classic Disney films by digitally painting their still scenes. He’s not trying to outdo The Sword in the Stone or 101 Dalmatians, but simply reimagine what they’d look like when rendered three-dimensionally. Murphy uses Photoshop to give these images a unique update that…