Thursday, June 23, 2011

#Life !

How funny is this life !
Whenever you raise your hands for a high five !
You get stabbed right in the back by a sharp knife!
Corruption is rapidly being rife !
Whatever you do, you’ll never win the strife!
But eventually; you need to manage how to survive !

Friday, June 17, 2011

Princess Beatrices hats

She is officially obsessed with freaky hats !!!

Same place, same pose... but two very different stories

Same place, same pose... but two very different stories

By Polly Dunbar
Last updated at 5:02 AM on 1st May 2011

The echoes of a Royal wedding from an earlier era are difficult to ignore.
The backdrop is the same: the opulent red-and-gold decor of the grand Throne Room at Buckingham Palace. And the mischievous smiles on the faces of some of the bridesmaids and page boys – and endearingly bewildered expressions on the others – are strikingly similar.
But, 30 years after the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, the official wedding picture of Prince William and Kate Middleton also reflects the differences between the two couples' relationships.

Happy: William and Kate surrounded by, clockwise bottom right, The Hon. Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Miss Eliza Lopes, Miss Grace van Cutsem, Lady Louise Windsor, Master Tom Pettifer, Master William Lowther-Pinkerton  

The 1981 wedding party. From back, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Diana and Charles, Edward van Cutsem; front: Lord Nicholas Windsor, Clementine Hambro, Catherine Cameron, India Hicks, Sarah-Jane Gaselee and Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones

The photograph of Charles and Diana, taken by Patrick Lichfield, seemed to capture a moment of spontaneous informality, with the wedding party collapsing in a fit of giggles. But, as we now know, the warmth was not reflected in the marriage itself.
By contrast, Kate and William's picture, by photographer Hugo Burnand, appears more formal, despite little Tom Pettifer's insistence on leaning in as close to the bride as possible.

#Cappuccino #Beach - South Africa

شاطئ الكابتشينو - جنوب أفريقيا

واحده من الظواهر الطبيعية النادرة جدا التي تحدث في فترات قليلة في كل عقود في أماكن متفرقة من العالم فهنا ظهرت هذه الظاهره في مدينة كيب تاون في جنوب أفريقيا في عام 2008 وسميت هذه الظاهره بهذا الإسم وذلك لتشابه الرغوه والزبد التي تخرج من البحر في شكلها ولونها مع الرغوة التي تطفو على كأس الكابتشينو.
وفي تفسير هذه الظاهرة الغربية يقول العلماء آن هذه الرغوة تتكون الشوائب التي في المحيط كالأملاح والمواد الكيميائية والنباتات الميتة والأسماك المتحللة وإفرازات الطحالب البحرية، كل هذه المكونات تخض سوية من ما يسبب تكون الفقاعات الصغيرة وبعدها تتجمع الفقاعات معا لتكون تجمعات كبيره تشكل هذه الظاهرة الفريدة من نوعها.

Cappuccino beach - South Africa

One of the natural phenomena very rare that occur in the few periods in all contracts in different parts of the world here appeared this phenomena in the city of Cape Town in South Africa in 2008 and named this phenomena by that name due to the similarity of the foam and the scum that come out of the sea in the shape and color with foam purchased on a cappuccino cup !

Thursday, June 16, 2011

#Gap Upside down

في كندا وفي احد افرع محلات جاب قام مدير المتجر
بتغييرات للديكور
باختصار قلبها  فوق تحت
This shop is located in Canada, the owner decided to do a makeover of the decorations in "GAP" shop and he flipped everything upside down.

Interesting !