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Wax sculptures of celebrities

Madame Tussauds is a wax museum in London with branches in a number of major cities. It was founded by wax sculptor Marie Tussaud and was formerly known as “Madame Tussaud’s”.

Madame Tussauds is a major tourist attraction in London, displaying waxworks of historical and royal figures, film stars, sports stars and infamous murderers.

Look at some famous wax sculptures :-

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Madame Tussauds
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

celine dion wax
Celine Dion
Sean “Diddy” Combs

David Beckham and Victoria Beckham wax
David Beckham and Victoria Beckham

justin beiber wax
Justin Beiber

Johnny Depp wax
Johnny Depp

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt wax
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga

Leonardo DiCaprio wax
Leonardo DiCaprio

Marlene Dietrich wax
Marlene Dietrich

Flying car is in real now

Flying cars aren’t just science fiction anymore. Woburn, Mass.-based Terrafugia Inc. said on Monday that its prototype flying car has completed its first flight, bringing the company closer to its goal of selling the flying.

The vehicle – dubbed the Transition – has two seats, four wheels and wings that fold up so it can be driven like a car. Last month, it flew at 1,400 feet for eight minutes. Commercial jets fly at 35,000 feet.It’s expected to cost $279,000. And it won’t help if you’re stuck in traffic. The car needs a runway.

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flying car

The world’s first ever sand museum

The world’s first ever sand museum, located in Tottori, Japan, is focusing it’s sand sculpture exhibition on the theme of ‘Great Britain’ as the nation celebrates it’s hosting of the London 2012 Olympic Games. The exhibition is open to the public with fourteen foreign sculptors creating structures based on British themes such as the British Empire, Modern London and landmarks of London.

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‘Absolute Monarchism Under the Regime of Queen Elizabeth I’ by Ilya Filimontsev

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‘Big Ben in Westminster’
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‘British History, Industrial Revolution’ by Enguerrand David

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‘Big Ben in Westminster’ by Leonardo Ugolini

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‘British Literature William Shakespeare’

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‘Imperial Guards In Front of The Palace’ by Nicola Wood

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‘London Taxi and Tourists’

Queen Elizabeth II with the Horse Wagon’ by Alexey Shchitov

‘British Science Legend of Sir Isaac Newton & Charles Robert Darwin’ by Karen Fralich

Incredible world’s tallest tree house

The world’s tallest treehouse, located in Crossville, Tennessee.Builder Horace Burgess took 11 years to build the tree house.Horace, who lives in the 10 story wooden house, said he begun the build in 1993.The enormous treehouse is a whopping 10,000 square feet but only cost Horace a reasonable $12,000 thanks to his thrifty use of recycled materials.

There are six trees supporting the tree house and it tooks 2,68,000 nails to put everyting together.Inside there are spiral staircases, a sanctuary, a choir loft, a basketball court, and countless rooms, walkways and balconies.

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Colorful world from the sensors of sattelite

European Space Agency has celebrated the anniversary with a gallery of the unforgettable imagery captured by Envisat’s eight sensors.The largest civilian Earth-observing satellite has orbited the planet more than 50,000 times.With ten sophisticated optical and radar sensors, the satellite continuously observes and monitors Earth’s land, atmosphere, oceans and ice caps.

Envisat’s largest instrument is the Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar, which can be used day or night because it sees through clouds and darkness.This is particularly useful over polar regions, which are prone to long periods of bad weather and extended darkness.

Other instruments include the Radar Altimeter, which measures surface topography to an accuracy of a few centimetres, revealing the changes in sea-surface height over time.

Envisat satellite
A phytoplankton bloom in the South Atlantic Ocean

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The Indus River in India and southern Pakistan
The islands of Hawaii

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The Himalayas, as seen by Envisat

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The Tanezrouft Basin in the Algerian Sahara

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The Ganges Delta, the world s largest river delta

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Kamchatka in Russia

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Clouds south of the Canary Islands

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Sierra Nevada mountains form a barrier between two very different types of terrain

Allison Cortson uses dust to create paintings

Artist Allison Cortson, from Los Angeles, California, said “Dust is the perfect material because it is actually created by the people in the paintings. She adds “I was sitting on the couch watching dust particles float around in the light coming through the window and the idea came to me”.

“I’m interested in the fact that the older we get, the more dust we create – it is made up of 70 per cent dead skin. I enjoy painting people and thought dust would be the perfect material to represent them in their own environment.”

“I am pretty quick when it comes to painting, depending on the size it takes me a week or two to finish,” she said. “There aren’t any special tools I use, except a fine mesh strainer I bought from a cooking store to sift out the dust”.

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dust paintings by allison cortson

Impossible photography by Li Wei

Li Wei’s photographs are Quirky, gravity-defying, astonishing, unbelievable. Here is an unusual collection of self portraits in all unlikely postures and places. Rare artistic production that combines stunt, photography and acrobatics.

Li Wei states that these images are not computer montages and that he works with the help of props such as mirrors, metal wires, scaffolding and acrobatics. He then removes the wires and scaffolding with Photoshop to create these seemingly impossible photos.

Li is candid about the risk involved: “Sometimes I am in real danger – I have to hang myself high with steel wires and people do get a little worried for me – but I am fine.” “I am fascinated by the unstable and dangerous sides of art…”

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Outstanding photography in extreme weather

Photographer Matteo Zanvettor looks like he’s on top of the world as he composes his shots in the Italian Alps thanks to a combination of clever perspective and rare weather conditions.The 41-year-old photographer had to battle against 100kmph winds and driving snow to get landscape shots.

Matteo ended up being the subject of some of the best pictures taken by his friend Edoardo Brotto, as frozen snow whipped up around him gave the illusion he was standing on clouds in the Alps.

He said: ‘I’ve never been on top of a mountain with such strong winds – I was worried we might have to turn back but we decided to carry on.We got to Lagazuoi, which is part of the Ampezzo Dolomites in the Italian Alps’.

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Sniper captures stunning wildlife photos

Former sniper Craig camouflaged himself against the green undergrowth, sharpshooter Craig Jones wait for hours until his furtive target appears.Former sniper Craig has traded his rifle for a long lens to become a wildlife photographer and is using all those skills to capture stunning wildlife shots.

Dedicated Craig spent four months hidden in the foliage to snap the amazing natural shots of owls in their habitat across the UK’s marshes.

Craig said: ‘I was in the army from 16 until 23 and became a sniper.But I have swapped my rifle for a long lens now. I use the exact same techniques of a sniper – shape, shine and silhouette – to make sure I go unnoticed by the wildlife.And if you think like the animal you are trying to photograph, then you can trace its moves easily and get those killer shots.’

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