August 21, 2009

Salji / Winter

Kt negara kita takde salji.. jadi layan aje gambar salji ni... seronok kalau la dapat merasa dan ada view camnih...
Street meeting
In the Evening #2
In the Evening
White Trees
Too much snow
Way to the Light
A Kind of Lighthouse
End of a Day
Night Chat
Lights in the night
... Fire in the Sky
Santa's House
Cold dream
Foggy day

10 coklat merepek

1- Chocolate Ferrari Formula 1

A life-size chocolate model of a Ferrari Formula 1 car was created in Italy. Confectioners spent more than a year making the car out of 4,405lbs of Belgian chocolate. The £12,000 chocolate Ferrari is based on an F2008, and has a red, edible coating.

Chocolate Knife

This delectable Swiss Chocolate Knife is made of the finest Swiss chocolate, and is filled with hazelnut praline. Featuring the Victorinox Swiss Army logo, this fine confection is modeled after the Swiss Army Spartan multitool.

Chocolate Laptop

Laptop made from sugar, cocoa butter, milk powder and cocoa mass.

Chocolate Shoes

The shoes shown here are the tamest selections from chocolatier Theobroma Cacao's Erotique collection. The collection is made from Venezuelan chocolate (with a cocoa solid percentage of 70%) stuffed with treats such as strawberry or Champagne ganache and gilded with edible 22 carat gold highlights. There are eleven items in the Erotique Collection that include sculptural recreations of the human form and shoes. Each gift is beautifully presented in a brown and silver gift box and the chocolates are wrapped in lilac Christian Dior silk.

Chocolate Inhaled

Le Whif is a new way of eating chocolate - by breathing it, and a terrific way to curb your appetite or to accompany a coffee! Harvard professor David Edwards is the inventor of Le Whif.

Chocolate Toothpaste

In 2005, Unilever Philippines marketed a limited edition chocolate flavored fluoride toothpaste. Closeup Flavalicious toothpaste in Choco Loco might not be as strange as it sounds, however: The research of Tulane University doctoral candidate Arman Sadeghpour shows that an extract of cocoa powder protects teeth, and is in fact, more effective than fluoride when it comes to cavity prevention.

Chocolate Nike Sneakers

For the 25th anniversary of Nike's Air Force 1, designers from +41 created these delicious looking wonderful miniature and large size milk and white chocolate shoes.

Chocolate Dress

Designed by the famous Spanish designer Paco Rabanne.

Chocolate Soap

Chocolate is good for your health, now imagine this chocolate soap which delivers a bounty of antioxidants and phytonutrients to and through your skin. Its scrumptiously scented creamy lather is antibacterial as well. Great for chocolate lovers.

Chocolate Keyboard

Delicious chocolate keyboard.

Fish Fish

Out of this World Fishing!
Big Fish
Big Fish
What lurked in the depths, now is going to haunt your boat. Be careful what you hook up. Aside from picking some vicious industrial garbage, you can bring to the surface some strange and unmentionable things. Most fishermen will happily brag about an extraordinary big fish (and we'll show plenty of those in this article). But sometimes the catch is so bizarre, that they'd rather try to forget it over a drink or two. "Larger than life" (but hopefully still real) catches We all know that the size of our largest catch is only limited to how wide we can stretch our arms, and how gullible your friends are. A picture would usually prove your story, if you don't mind occasional "this is Photoshop... I can tell by the pixels" comments: (a whale shark, not that big either)Catfish the size of a small car? Well, almost. "The World's Largest Catfish" catch happened in Thailand: (more info - that is a 646-pound Mekong giant catfish) (photo by Suthep Kritsanavarin) This is, by the way, officially the largest freshwater fish ever caught... Here are more record catfish catches: (images credit: This one was caught in France: 106kg, 2.5 meters Spain: 101kg Germany: 83kg, 2.2 meters Kazakhstan: 130kg, 2.6 meters "Fish in Distress" Needs Saving According to this source an eight-inch basketball was stuck in a catfish' mouth - the 50-pound fish could not swim or dive, so Wichita resident Bill Driver used a knife to poke the hole in the ball and deflate it: (photos credit: Michael Pearce, Wichita Eagle, 2004) This fish is also asking for trouble: The Cutest of the Bunch Aww! Look at this friendly whale! - More fish misadventures: Here is a baby stingray that you'll remember for the rest of your week, guaranteed: (original unknown) (photo by Jeffrey N. Goldsmith) White Eye Morel Eel: (image credit: Frances Tan) Another "alien" on Earth: pretty endearing sea dragon (a Triops) - (image credit: Steve Jurvetson)Most Vicious of the Bunch We all know this is "fish-eats-fish" world - The "flying sharks" pictorial is something not to be missed - see it here: The Blue Dragon - pelagic sea slug: The cutest of them all: an Axolotl - a freshwater salamander: The one with the biggest "cuteness factor" is the albino - white, almost transparent Axolotl. They are priceless creatures (made to be worshiped by Japanese schoolgirls) Sharks... awesome creatures: (image credit: National Geographic) Goliath Tiger Fish: Want to catch the wickedest-looking fish, and snap pictures that are going to be forwarded by scared grandmas all over the internet? Go to the Congo River (or Lake Tanganyika in Central Africa) and try to catch a Goliath Tiger Fish (aka African tigerfish or giant tigerfish), or Hydrocynus Goliath. Just make sure not to go swimming in these waters, as this kind of fish indeed is known to attack humans (the only freshwater fish in Africa that would do so) - (images source) This company will set up a fishing expedition for you. There is plenty of toothy fish in these waters: The Ugliest of the Bunch These live mostly at significant depths, so it's highly unlikely that they will be fished out. But if you do, then - don't make a false move in your boat: This giant grouper is not really ugly, but rather imposing with its 5-foot size: (image credit: Frances Tan) Going Deeper - See the spell-binding gallery of "creatures of the abyss (image credit: Edith Widder) (image credit: David Shale) Here is a really ugly monk-fish (which a lot of people consider a delicacy!) - (image credit: Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources) Hope this aquarium has thick glass: (art installation by Damien Hirst) Speaking of ugly catches, you might have seen already the infamous "Mr. Blobby": (image credit: K. Parkinson, NORFANZ) "A Fathead (genus Psychrolutes) trawled during the NORFANZ expedition at a depth between 1013 m and 1340 m, on the Norfolk Ridge, north-west of New Zealand, June 2003" Fish Tales This fish was given the opportunity to speak out (as part of 1945 research). Must be some hair-raising tales, judging by how scared it looks. (image credit: National Geographic) or you can interview them underwater - (image credit: National Geographic)


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