Today’s collection is not only for the pisces among us, but for anyone loving landscape photography, this time in it’s water form though. To be clear, today we’ll be presenting 30 quality waterscape photos that will take your breath away .. guaranteed! This time I won’t highlight any of these simple because they are pretty much equal in terms of quality. So make sure to scroll though the whole collection … you do not want to miss a thing. Enjoy!
Located at 416 Calle Cabo on Costa Rica’s Papagayo Peninsula, this amazing residence has a lot to offer. Modern entertainment zones, luxurious interiors, beautiful relaxing places. All in all elegant design are the right words to describe this house. For the rest of the pictures click here.
World contains number of beautiful cities. People love to live here. With the passage of time the expense of life is increasing. Every one wants a luxury life but it depends on their budgets. You are looking forward to know about the cities which are most expensive. New Economist Intelligence Unit World Wide has done a cost of living survey. They worked on prices of various goods, food and transportation and schools. These cities are difficult for average earning people but luxury life loving people have a better choice to live their life here. According to that survey we are providing here the list of Top 10 Most Expensive Cities In The World.
10. Frankfurt ( Germany)
Frankfurt is rated the World’s 10th most expensive city in the world. It is the financial and transportation centre of Germany. This beautiful city has the all facilities. One of them is the busiest and beautiful airport. This city also contains the world’s 7 major banks. In survey this city got the score of 137. As comparing with New York this city is 37 % more expensive.
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Bunch of fresh hot inspirations available in today’s collection … that’s nothing you didn’t expect though. Let’s take a closer look at what’s new out there. In the photography section, there are two photos I like the most. Make sure to check the Sudan photo as well as the one called Asia. From the illustrations, my overall winner is the Yolinda by Papaninja. Awesome! In the 3d section, there is one hillarious artwork you shouldn’t miss – WWF Bluefin Tuna – Panda by Thomas Mangold. You already know what’s next .. right, it’s the art / digital art section. My pick is the Dream Big by Dan Elijah G. Fajardo. Make sure to check the freebie section as well. Enjoy!
Amazing landscape and people photography by atelier olschinsky from Vienna, Austria. Enjoy :)
Elena offers an unforgettable blend of beauty and sheer speed. Experience the thrill of sailing on a traditional racing schooner, beneath towering wooden masts with an extensive sailplan. This classic yacht boasts all the modern day luxuries above and below deck to ensure your stay is as comfortable as any 5 star accommodation. Watch the gallery at BonjourLife
You may look forward another cool set full of creative inspirations. Let’s start right away … we do not want to loose our precious time, right?! If you’re currious what’s hot in the photography section my answer is … make sure to check the very first and the very last photo. To be concrete I am speaking about the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park photography and Blue stones by Guido Montanes. In the illustraitons section my top choice is no doubt the Androgyny / SQUINT by Lesja Chernish. I am really into this style. Now, let’s get back to more traditional art forms … do not miss the October painting by Emma Über. Love the mixture of colors … refreshing. There are some amazing typography artworks available today which got to have your attention. Get inspired by He Saw It, He Loved It, He Ate It. by Chris Piascik and 3d typographic artwork called Welcome to Transylvania by Jackson Alves. Of course there is a nice freebie available at the bottom .. as well as a nice retro / techno font. Enjoy!
Babylonstoren in Thisispaper Magazine
Babylonstoren is one of the best preserved werfs (farm yards) in the Cape Dutch tradition. Not only the manor house from 1777, but pioneer structures all the way back to the founding of the farm in 1690. The Koornhuis (for storing wheat and hay) and the old cellar are exceptionally fine…
Okey guys, there are new inspirations coming … now focus! :) There are several fashion related photos available in today’s photo section … the one I like is called MaxFowles Fall 2012 by Adam Rindy. Very sexy. The other powerful one is the green mamba snake portrait photo. Before we’ll leave this section, I got another one that needs your attention … check the two owls in love. Isn’t that cute?! Of course you may expect very creative artworks in the illustrations section as well. This time, most of my attention goes to Pinups by Steve Scott. It’s been a while since I highlighted something from the 3d artworks … the time has come though – make sure to check the Heart by Aleksandr Kuskov. Amazing! It’s already a tradition that our art / digital art section is full or positive surprises … today, I like the Anima by Nanoo G. the most, but make sure to check every single artwork – it’s definitely worth it. If you liked yesterday’s free flyer, make sure to check today’s freebie as well .). Enjoy!
Check out photographer Emilia’s Stockholm travel guide/interview at Global Yodel.
These Recycled Cardboard Cooler Boxes($15) made from 70% recycled cardboard and the inside and outside of the box are covered with a ‘NorSheild’ waterproof coating that makes it weatherproof and reusable. With just two bags of ice they’ll keep food and beverages cold at around 41°F degrees for 36 hours when ambient temperatures are around 77°F outside.
Hotel Wiesler in Thisispaper Magazine
Located in the centre of Graz, Hotel Wiesler has been a source of inspiration ever since 1909. In fact the Wiesler has always come up with pleasant new surprises for its guests. With courage and great passion new life has been breathed into the grand Jugendstil walls of the building. Great care has been taken to preserve the natural patina as well as the wonderful memories and stories of bygone years…