The lights emitted by the plants are captured in these photos brilliantly.
We all know that plants reflect light, Leaves reflect green, and flowers reflect red, or yellow, or whatever color it has. The color which you see in the pictures are all real. The pictures may be looking like as if they are form alien planet. The plant are fluoresce, they reflect ultraviolet light. Photographer Craig Burrow used this nature’s trick to click these colorful beautiful photographs.
He worked long hours with Photoshop, to adjusting white balance, contrast, noise and sharpness, and remove dust. It’s tedious and time consuming process. The results of that hard work is truly remarkable.
Europe has been reeling from a deadly winter chill in the recent days. Istanbul is hit by the worst snowfall in recent years. Almost 65cm of snow falling in parts of the city overnight, and hundreds of flights cancelled and Normal life is paralysed.
The mercury levels is dipping low but the harsh treacherous weather has failed to deter the warmth of human kindness.
Since the extreme weather began, this shop in Turkey has opened its doors to animals who might otherwise have perished in the cold.
The man named Selçuk Bayal, who runs a small stationery store and cafe in Istanbul. He is a kind hearted animal lover. He often donates his time to help homeless animals living nearby. But with the current harsh cold weather condition he decided to go even further — by transforming his business into a temporary refuge for nearly a dozen stray cats.
Dodo reported, Bayal said, “We are human, and these animals are entrusted to us by God. We are responsible for looking after them.”
The animal lovers appreciated his efforts. While few of his customers have criticized him. Loosing revenue had not deter him to send the cats away but, he has responded by placing a board in the shop saying: “Those who are bothered by cats, do not shop here!
Despite potentially losing some customers, helping to keep the cats cozy and fed through the harsh winter comes with its own rewards.
“They are grateful for any kind of help. The cats’ glances tell us that they are thankful,” says Bayal. “Our doors are open to all living creatures — hungry cats, dogs, and even people. It does not matter.”
A female bullfighter was MOUNTED by the young Beast weighing around 100-stone in the middle of the fight.
A shocking video has emerged on video site Youtube when a young bull mounts on the dwarf female bullfighter in Spain.
The young bull charges at the woman and trips her up. As she falls to the ground and the bull instantly mounts her from behind and begins thrusting, visibly aroused by the presence of the woman bull fighter.
The crowd Shrieked during this horror incident which can be heard in the video, before two people rush to help the woman.
One manages to forcibly drag the bull away while another helps the bullfighter to her feet and get her out of the ring.
However, it is not clear whether the woman bullfighter sustained any injury or not in that incident. We hope both of them are Ok.
Oymyakon, a Russian village, Located in the heart of Siberia is the coldest village on the planet and is permanently inhabited.
Known as the ‘Pole of Cold’, the average temperature here in January is -50C.
If the tempurature in Delhi is making you shiver then checkout this place named Oymyakon, a Russian village, Located in the heart of Siberia is the coldest village on the planet and is permanently inhabited. Known as the ‘Pole of Cold’, the average temperature here in January is -50C. However, the coldest temperature recorded in Oymyakon is -71.2C. The frosty village is home to 500 people who survive in the harsh conditions. It is long known as long known as the coldest inhabited place on Earth.
It is such a cold place that people keep their cars running 24/7 to avoid restart problem or they are kept in heated garages. Batteries lose power due to the harsh cold temperature. Temperature is so cold that people here regularly consume frozen meat. The harsh conditions are not conducive for growth of plants so the locals mostly eat reindeer and horse-meat. Locals also consume animals’ milk which help them to get essential micronutrients and keep them healthy.
New Zealand-based photographer Amos Chapple paid a visit to the 500-person village and captured a series of beautiful photographs showing what life is like inside this extreme village. Here some of his works.
Oymyakon sits at a 63.4608° N, 142.7858° E latitude, just a few hundred miles from the Arctic Circle. It’s dark — completely, utterly dark — for up to 21 hours a day during the winter, and the temperature averages -58.
There are few modern conveniences in the village – with many buildings still having outdoor toilets – and most people still burn coal and wood for heat. When coal deliveries are irregular the power station starts burning wood. If the power ceases, the town shuts down in about five hours, and the pipes freeze and crack.
Petrol stand in Oymyakon.
Due to the harsh cold very limited flora and fauna is found in this place.