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Monday, November 30, 2009

Only In Thailand!!

Into the small town of Samut Songkhram, near the mouth of the Mae Klong River about 75 kilometres south-west of Bangkok, Thailand, there's a unique outdoor market - held directly over railway tracks.

Several times a day, as the train pulls into town, stallholders draw back their awnings, then move all the fresh produce out of harm's way.

image credit : Photos SIPA PRESS/RICHARD CRAMPTON/REX FEATURES

It's back to business as usual as soon as the train leaves. Watch how this ritual takes place in a matter of minutes, without chaos or concern.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Geeks can't ride a roller coaster like normal people

The thoughtful looks. The apparent midgame. The hand on the chin. It's perfect.


















Friday, November 27, 2009

Japanese Rabbit Beauty Pageant

Rabbits compete in a fashion contest at the Rabbit Festa in Yokohama city, Japan.










Monday, November 23, 2009

Edible Architecture

These are the entries for the Worth1000.com contest entitled "Edible Architecture".

The rules of this game are thus:
Take any image of a building, structure or other form of architecture and swap parts or all of it with something edible.

CheeseHenge

The EifFRYel Tower

Burj al Melon

Capitol Sundae

London Gherkin

St. Basil's Fruit Salad

Soviet Onion

Sydney Melon House

Coke Mahal

CORNETTA DI PISA

Petronas Cobs

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Famous Paintings In Expresso

Yeap, you read the title right. These are the creations of Karen Eland, who, one day, dipped her paintbrush in expresso instead of paint. A former barista, Eland puts a caffeinated spin on classic paintings by famous artists like Vermeer, DaVinci, Michelangelo, and Picasso.


Whistler's Mocha

Matisse's Blend

Girl With Pearl Earrings

The Drinker

Creation of Coffee


Expresso To Gogh

The Last Supper

Venice

Angel Of Expresso

Mona Latte

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