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"An aerial view of Lakhra Coal Mines area in Distric Jamshoro (Pakistan), having 1.328 billion metric tons coal deposits © Online"We have one of the largest reserves of Coal, Copper, Platinum, Oil, Gas, Gold, Marble & Salt in Pakistan but still our Government believes “Pakistan cannot survive without United States Aid” We will have to get rid of these American Slaves to make Pakistan peaceful, progressive and Caliphate state.Tunisia did it, Egypt did it & Libya, Syria, Bahrain is on move, Don't break the chain "Pakistan"
Fun with my Family
Wedding photography captures all of the intimate details of the couple’s special day. These pictures should evoke the love, passion, romance and beauty of the couple as well as their wedding venue and décor. From the wedding party to the desserts, no detail should go uncaptured. Here’s a collection of 30 wedding photos that capture all of the intimate details of the couples, their wedding party and everything in between.
VIETNAMESE GIRL IN TRADITION BRASSIERE
This is tradition dress of Kinh people in the North of Viet Nam.
Nowaday,there is no one use it, but please see how beauty and charming girl in brassiere!
For those of you starting to experience spring, you may find yourself spending more time outside with your camera enjoying the fresh air and new life that comes as winter weather withers away. To help inspire, here are 15 beautiful images of nature we found on Pixabay, a repository for outstanding public domain images, where you can find and share great images like these.
When a 21-year-old Ontario-based online media expert Taylor Jones posted a couple of family pictures on his blog, little did he know that ‘Dear Photograph’ will eventually grow into a huge Internet nostalgia forum with 20,000 visits a day. These family pictures were based on a principle of matching an old photo with the present day setting. Taylor held his brother’s old photo up against the current settings of the room and snapped a new one. After posting it online, the idea went viral attracting thousands of similar submissions from all over world.Later, Time has ranked Dear Photographas 7th in the list of the 50 best websites of 2011. The idea of the website was recently transferred to print and published as a ‘Dear Photograph’ book. Below are some of my favorite Dear Photographs. Be sure to read the stories below the pictures!
!!!! Please, don’t be lazy to read this post till the end. May be you will ask WHY? Because I spent more than 2.5 hours to make it interesting and touching for all of you. In reality, the deal is in definitely other thing: I want, you will value your personal life after the reading it.
I want to make your life more important than it was before. Frankly speaking, I am still touched my these amazing and unforgettable stories. Appreciate every day you spent with your relatives, sincere friends and parents.
This was the best day. 650 days and counting…
Thank you for everything we had.
Can you tell him to turn around? I wanna see that cute little baby face again. Thanks,Nicole
Disney will always be magical, no matter what age. Leslie Kalbfleisch
Thank you for reminding me of how lucky I am to have my Dad. Becca
Her love was my chemo. I beat cancer. Eric Richter
I’ll never let go. Dad
Dear Photograph, I’m so proud my boys childhood dreams were made of bravery, honor and valor. Fifteen years later, dreams really do come true. Nancy
Dear Photograph, I wouldn’t be who I am today if i didn’t have the sounds of music in my life. Rachelle
Impressive trompe l’oeil body art works Japanese artist Choo-San.
Nothing easier than that, Trompe l'œilstammt from the French and means something in as much as “deceive the eye” and comes from “tromper” was “deceive” and l'oeil “the eye” means and ultimately is an illusionistic painting, pretending that by clever perspective a non-existent space.
Choo-san first realized her aptitude for drawing on skin medium during a gap year in university while studying for admission exams. when it came time for the artist to have a few moments away from poring over her books, she would regularly sketch eyes upon the backs of her hands. as she has refined her process over time, her body of work is now penned with acrylic paint, allowing this material to cover her sections of her own skin with strange optical illusions.
Choo-san has now created a portfolio consisting of painted pieces portraying bizarre mutations including additional eyes, a sketched battery pack upon her arm, or displaced lips decorating her cheek to bring to her preferred canvas strange and detailed scribbles which play with the viewer's sense of reality.