Wednesday, July 18, 2012

What do you do when a bush attacks you?

The perfect place for a date

Titilaka Lodge @ Lake Titicaca,Peru

Boom bitches

The most iconic photos of the 60's

1.Guerrillero Heroico, 1960

“Guerrillero Heroico” or “Heroic Guerrilla Fighter” is one of the most popular and stylized pictures of all time. Taken by Alberto Korda on March 5, the image is of the Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara at a memorial service for victims of La Coubre explosion. It is often considered as the most famous image in the world and certainly lionized Guevara’s person. It is the most reproduced image in photography.

2.Assassination of Japan Socialist Inejiro Asanuma, 1960

This picture was taken literally a second before the Japanese socialist Party leader Asanuma was stabbed to death on live TV by a right wing extremist. Photographer Yasushi Nagao, whose modest response was that he was in the right place at the right time, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for the shot.

3.Burning Monk, 1963

Malcolm W. Browne captured this image of the Vietnamese monk, Thich Quang Duc, who set himself on fire to protest the Diem regime’s ruthless persecution of Buddhists. The image, needless to say, captured the “hearts and minds” of millions world-over.

4.President Johnson Sworn In Aboard Air Force One, 1963

Mere moments after the devastating assassination of President Kennedy, the presidential photographer, Cecil Stoughton, snapped this image of Lyndon B Johnson being sworn in as the new president on board Air Force One. The event occurred mere hours after Kennedy was shot, the reason behind the haunting image of the visibly distraught Jackie Kennedy.

5.How Life Begins, 1965

How Life Begins was an image taken by Lennart Nilsson of developing foetus. It was taken with an endoscope and published in Life Magazine in 1965, and was the first of its kind to show us where life comes from.

6.James Meredith, 1966

This devastating image shows civil rights activist James Meredith moments after he was shot on June 6, 1966 while leading a civil rights march. Said march aimed to encourage African Americans to exercise their voting rights and this image shows him pulling himself across the Highway in visible pain. Right after being treated, he completed the march from Memphis to Jackson.

7.The Body of Che Guevara, 1967

From one iconic image of Che to another, the Bolivian army took this photograph after capturing and killing the Marxist revolutionary leader as proof of his demise. His death, needless to say, dealt a heavy blow to the socialist movement.

8.Execution of a Viet Cong Guerrilla, 1968

Photographer Eddie Adams snapped this horrific image during the Vietnam War. The photo depicts the South Vietnam’s national police chief, Nguyen Ngoc Loan, executing the Viet Cong captain.

9.Earthrise, 1968

Snapped on Christmas Eve, the Earthrise photograph is considered one of the most influential environmental photos ever taken and inspired people to think about our place in the universe. There was a raging debate about who took the photo – Frank Borman or Bill Anders of the Apollo 8 mission – with an investigation confirming Anders was responsible for the color version of the iconic image.

10.Robert Kennedy Assassination, 1968

Years after the assassination of younger brother JFK, this sobering image of Senator Robert Kennedy was taken in a pool of his own blood after being shot at Los Angeles’ Ambassador Hotel on June 5. He was found by a hotel busboy, Juan Romero, shown in this LIFE magazine photo comforting the wounded Senator. Kennedy died shortly after the photo was taken.

11.Man Walks on the Moon, 1969

Neil “That’s one small step for man” Armstrong snapped this image of fellow astronaut Buzz Aldrin during their jaunt on the moon. The image became a symbol of American innovation and dedication.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Classic cartoon trolling


Hey, pass me a beer bro!

Group Projects

Monday, July 16, 2012

This seems like an awesome place for dinner

Dining Pod @ Soneva Kiri, Thailand

Getting served or going to the bathroom,though, is not a simple task!

Dial a Llama

Kevin Garnett is crazy

Classic party technique

The world's craziest weddings


Welsh couple Tracey and Vivian Williams had guests green with envy when they got hitched in a Shrek-themed wedding. Covered head-to-toe in green paint, fake ogre ears, wigs and dressed in outfits resembling Fiona and Shrek, the newlyweds opted for the ogre theme as Shrek was what they saw on their first date. However, they weren’t out of place: other family and friends also dressed as characters from the film.


Dressed to the nines in white and black wetsuits, a New York couple very literally took the plunge when they entered a steel cage and were lowered into a shark tank to exchange their wedding vows. Their underwater words weren’t lost in the deep, though; the couple used a radio transmitter to utter the vows to a minister and the 75 guests standing outside the tank.

3.Man marries pillow

A South Korean man fell in love with his huggable pillow, which featured his favorite anime character, Fate Testarossa, printed on the side. Squeezing the moment, the man soon resolved to marry it. To make the proceedings even more bizarre, the man decided to fit the pillow into a wedding gown and ultimately made it official by having the ceremony performed in front of a priest.

4.Woman weds the Eiffel Tower

It is often said never to fall in love with someone that can’t give back–especially when that someone is a building. Nevertheless, Erika La Tour Eiffel made her feelings for the Eiffel Tower quite clear after she famously married it in a ceremony attended by friends and family–she even changed her name. And while Madame Eiffel suffers from unrequited love, she also suffers from Objectum Sexuality, a problem where individuals develop feelings of for inanimate objects.

5.Man marries himself

Liu Ye claimed to be so dissatisfied with reality–and narcissistic–that he married himself. To save himself the hassle of changing sides all the time, Ye even cut out a life-sized foam figure of himself dressed as a bride. Surprisingly, Ye bothered with guests: over 100 guests were present at the ceremony and it featured traditional bridesmaids, groomsmen and a priest.

Friday, July 13, 2012

A wonderful, whale-filled time!

Amazing ad by Coca-Cola

You've probably seen it by now, but for those who haven't, it's a must see!

Thursday, July 12, 2012

This seems like the perfect place right now!

Kakslauttanen Hotel & Igloo Village @ Finland

Best friends

Crazy girlfriend strikes again!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012


Yo mama and trampolines

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Monday, July 9, 2012

Portals through another world???

The greatest tennis entertainer

When in Greece,use the sun!

You can buy it here!

Meanwhile in Israel

The green carpet

In Jaujac, France.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Summer problems

WTF is that guy doing?

38 °C in Athens. Sir, please show me the way!

Langjokull Glacier @ Iceland