Saturday, March 28, 2015

First butterfly garden opens in Dubai


Thousands of brightly coloured butterflies are the latest attraction at Dubai Miracle Garden.
The first butterfly garden in the region has now opened at the green oasis, just off Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road.
The circular garden features nine domes covering 1,800 square metres and it has a capacity for 300 people.
Each dome is decorated with flower displays and are home to a range of butterflies in various colours, sizes and species.
The domes are climate-controlled, giving the butterflies a comfortable environment and allowing the domes to be open year-round.
As well as the garden there is also a butterfly museum and a butterfly flower park built around a theme linked to the creature.


Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Aisha lives with more than 270 Animal !!


Aisha, A young Emirate Girl who was not been able to live her life without acquiring a pet, couldn’t imagine to live without their presence in the house, where the rescue, care and rehabilitation of a large number of animals to take care of each other after a similar nature to heal and contribute with some other districts of Abu Dhabi and Sharjah Wildlife of the limited space surrounding her home. It started with a hobby since childhood, and the passed it to her by her father.

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Hand-Blown Glass Creatures Come Alive In Elegant Sculptures By Scott Bisson


Scott Bisson, a passionate glass blower living in Oregon, creates wonderful hand-crafted glass-blown creatures with beautiful and subtle colors. He often chooses to portray aquatic creatures or amphibians whose natural forms match well with the flowing qualities of the molten glass that he shapes.
Bisson’s career as a glass blower began in high school when he bent a glass tube over a bunsen burner. The experience started him down a path that, many years and professional tutors, saw him become an expert at twisting and shaping molten glass.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Frozen waves captured in Nantucket surf photos



The unusually cold winter of Massachusetts produced an incredible phenomenon 100 miles southeast of Boston on the island of Nantucket recently: frozen waves, or, as some are describing them, Slurpee waves.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Japan Robot Week 2014

Japan Robot Week is a trade show focusing on “service robots”. This event alternates each year