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Meet Michael Paul Smith. For over 25 years, he has been creating an imaginary world called “Elgin Park,” filled with scaled models of old cars. They’re 1/24th the size to be exact. He chooses appropriate surroundings for these models, and then uses his camera to capture the most realistic shot possible. The kind of shot that you have no idea is within a tiny world. Model, Real Life, Paul Smith, Old Cards, Car Photography, Michael Paul, Perspective Photography, Forc Perspect, Forced Perspective
Ball's pyramid, the world's tallest seastack, off the Eastern coast of Australia.
This flexible, yet strong, phone charger could come in handy (especially in a car to display a map)
Inside Google’s Data Centers - Engadget Galleries
Angkor - Cambodia
Salon Urbain in Montreal, designed by Sid Lee Architecture and Ædifica,
Castle of Spirits in winter - Bojnice, Slovakia - Do you want to go here? Or does it look like a beautiful fairy tale where they have frozen the princess awaiting a kiss (searing) from her prince? This would be good for a little girls princess bedroom Princess Bedrooms, Bojnic, Christmas Holidays, Winter Wonderland, Fairy Tales, Castles, Fairi, Place, Slovakia
.|. Castle of Spirits in winter - Bojnice, Slovakia
The Bridge of Immortals, Huangshan, China. The world’s highest bridge is situated in the Yellow Mountains, also known as Huangshan. From the bridge you will have a breathtaking view, and see how the clouds are touching the mountainsides beneath you. Mountains, The Bridge, Immort, Beauti, Travel, Place, Bridges, Yellow Mountain, China
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Wadala Tower, Mumbai, India
Performance by Dennis Oppenheim, 2000
One of the most famous Bonsai trees that belongs to the collection of an European Bonsai artist (Walter Pall), this tree is incredibly fine and realistic. The maple is big (almost a meter high, which is the maximum to be called a Bonsai tree) and over a hundred years old. A masterpiece without doubt, styled by an inspiring artist!
The first ever all-glass undersea restaurant in the world opens its doors for business at the Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa. It will sit five meters below the waves of the Indian Ocean.