1. Deep Ocean, Worldwide
Stella the Dog has a unique way of braking.
Playing with the food is not only for kids now. William Kass Creative artist from Brazil proves with his immense imaginative “Minimize – Food” his latest photo series. William creates the amusing miniature dramas by using vegetables, seeds, fruits and ice-cream.
William Kass introduces these lovely tiny people into the wondrous world where chilli peppers turn into bonfires, an orange becomes juicy pool and zucchini becomes cannon in circus show. So lets take a look at his creative art and his awesome photography.
Thank you for ruining my dream for purebred pups.
1) Confluence of the Thompson and Fraser Rivers in Lytton, BC, Canada.
Tesidents of Cuzco, Peru, work together to to build suspension bridge over Apurimac River . This is a tradition that hundreds of years back. Length of this tradition alone is amazing, this is a woven bridge which is spun by villagers own hands It’s is very difficult to imagine the total time it takes to build such a giant bridge something that big in size much like this. This is very impressive that the community could come in unity just to make anything, let this suspension bridge made of rope. You have really check it out!
1. Black Sun
Lee Cross, is a very talented sculptor from the Alaska, he has mastered craft of creating poseable plush cute animals which are so realistic that its almost next to impossible to find them as statues.
Lee starts with poseable skeleton and she then wraps in the stuffing, making these soft. Everyone is covered with cloth and hand-decorated with fur, no molds involved. Her creative works sold in auctions on world famous shopping web site Ebay just from $185 to to 910.
Its Truly Heart Touching, When 8-year-old Noah wanted to participate in the mini-triathlon for kids in his hometown, But Noah did not want to cross starting line without his brother and best friend, Lucas who is only 6 years old.
Unfortunately, hsi friend Lucas was born with the lissencephaly, very rare genetic condition that makes him unable to talk, walk or eat on his own. Noah pushed Lucas through the 1 mile run and he also pulled him along on the 3 mile bike ride and swam across finish line with Lucas in tow.
Noah and his family are working to create Lucas House as a non-profit charity for others children like Lucas. Young boy Noah explain why he want Lucas with him till the finishing line “ When I play sports he has to just watch. I just want to finish with Lucas.“