|An interesting serial of the funniest jokes that one can everimagine.Happy viewing:|
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- it's climbing on rocks in height from 1 to 4 meters (although there is principle the variety and higher climbing). In this climb becomes very difficult and becomes more skilful in the search outputs. When bouldering sessions do not use a backup rope, all you need - it's climbing shoes and magnesium (even if your hands are not sweaty), is useful in some rosin to dry the wet terrain. Bouldering gives climbers a sense of freedom, which is not available when climbing long routes because of the need to use a rope, harness and carabiners.
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Christine Fitzgerald, a confidante of Diana, Princess of Wales, claims that Diana told her that the Royal Family were Reptilian aliens, and that they could shapeshift.
David Icke's --BBC reporter-- claims that humanity is actually under the control of dinosauroid-like alien reptiles who must consume human blood to maintain their human appearance.
"Evidence" goes from Sumerian tablets describing the "Anunnaki" (which he translates as "those who from heaven to earth came"), to the serpent in the Biblical Garden of Eden, to child abuse, fluoridation, and the genealogical connections between the Bush family and the House of Windsor.
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And at the center of the hall was covered with black glass platform on which balls are randomly distributed, some octopus, and something else.
Black walls, black glass on the same table, and intelligent lighting.
To look at, like a vase, but a huge number of all snakes, flourishes, glass flowers, makes stop and get a better view.
Items are reflected in the black glass like a mirror
On a small balcony is a sort of glass Christmas tree.
Just there was some group (like I said, slightly more than fully comprised of the fair sex), so the guide told us that the pier, Chiuli specially developed some methods to needles in this tree were not a color.
Ladies ecstatically sighed and photographed mobiles.
On the way pass by the glass flamingo
The walls variously illuminated, are not the bowl
not a duck
How is this made of glass, imagine pretty hard, though in a hall shows a movie with the wizard.
Flowers, really great.
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Mining data from 35 million Flickr photos, scientists at Cornell University made some surprising discoveries: Not only did the world's most photographed cities (and the most captured landmark in each) emerge, but also so did the most common angles for shooting each place. So what do the results say about us as travelers? The findings suggest that through our cameras, we "vote" for our favorite places, things, and the best representation of them—and, by and large, we agree. We reached out to the researchers to see if the results had changed since the study was released in April 2009, and they crunched the numbers for us again—with a few exceptions (the Lincoln Memorial, for example, has replaced the Washington Monument as most photographed place in D.C.) not much had changed.
But how can you photograph world wonders in a way that makes something special out of the overly familiar? In our slide show, we showcase the most commonly shot landmarks from the top 25 cities—first showing you its classic angle and then offering fresh alternatives, with tips from our photo editors on how to put your own unique spin on these iconic destinations. Consider this your photographer's guide to the Flickr Wonders of the World.
10: AmsterdamLandmark: Dam Square
Created in the 13th century as a dam around the Amstel River, this expansive plaza is now flooded with street performers and tourists (and pigeons). It's hard to capture the frenzied feeling in a wide shot.