Megan Fox In Los Angeles

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Megan Fox In Los Angeles

A few very eagle-eyed Megan Fox fans took notice of some pictures of Megan Fox that appeared on the ‘Net yesterday.She was out in Studio City with her husband and was wearing a green-colored “Voltron” t-shirt. Apparently, that T-shirt musta been mixed in with her Victoria’s Secret laundry because it belongs to her step-son, Kassius! WTF?!?  The pair were out for a romantic leisurely lunch 27-07-2010. 16 more images after the break...
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Lamborghini Reventon - Car

Lamborghini Reventon - Car

Lamborghini Reventon was shown at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It named after the bull that killed toreador Felix Guzman in 1943. Reventon is basically the ultimate Murcielago in all respects, powered by V12 engine and 20hp more than the regular Murcielago LP640. There’s only twenty Reventon were built, priced at $1,000,000 each. All of them are sold out. 07 more images and video after the break..

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German Artist Sails on the Thames in a Paper Boat

German Artist Sails on the Thames in a Paper Boat

After carefully folding it on the banks of the Thames, artist Frank Bölter jumped into his origami boat and sailed it under the surprised gazes of passers-by. Named “To The World’s End”, Frank Bölter’s paper boat was part of the Drift 10 art exhibition, in London. It was created out of giant sheets of paper that he and the public at the Canary Wharf Docks folded, using origami techniques. Reinforced with metal poles, the unusual sailing craft didn’t seem to sink, and its creator was so relaxed that he laid back and read a newspaper, while the public stared at him in awe.03 more after the break...

This is not Frank Bölter first strange boat. In 2007, he put together a boat out of Tetrapack (the aluminum plated cardboard that milk cartons are made of) and sailed in it around Lauenburg harbour, in Germany. Just like “To The World’s End”, it was folded using origami techniques.

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Shakira Performs at Barcelona

Shakira Performs at Barcelona
 Shakira Performs at the Lluis Campanys Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, 10 more images after the break...
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Life in the Bus

Life in the Bus

It turns out that the bus can not only move, but it is possible to live! So, for example, does the young American family.

After the wedding, Mike and Natalie Young decided to travel on their own bus, which concurrently serves them domom.U bus even has a name - Rosie. Now an amazing bus-house stands in the courtyard of a family of friends in Austin, but he was soon to leave for Washington. Family accompanies a good friend Atlas - dog, whom they rescued not so long ago. 06 more images after the break...
The kitchen in the back of the bus.

Curtains on magnets attached to the roof, away from prying eyes closed bedroom.

On the bus home, a cozy atmosphere created by natural light from multiple windows.

Bus on the move, and it can go anywhere.

Atlas thrive in such a house.

Young couple has no plans to move into a house or apartment, they are quite satisfied with housing on wheels.
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Top 10 Most Amazing Temples of World

Top 10 Most Amazing Temples of World

01. Wat Rong Khun
 Wat Rong Khun: – Wat Rong Khun in Chiang Rai, Thailand is all white temple which is highly ornated with mosaic mirrors to shine. Wat Rong Khun temple is still under construction and is expected to take another 90 years making it a wonder of coming years.

Here are 10 most amazing temples of the world. These temples are from Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Taoism. These religious people worship in temples, which are architecturally as diverse as the religions are different from each other.  09 more amazing temples after the break, 
02. Shwedagon Pagoda

Shwedagon Pagoda: – Believed to be built between 6th – 10th century, Shwedagon Paya (or Pagoda) in Myanmar, is termed as “golden temple” which mean that the structure is golden in color. Buddhist people save for years to buy small packets of gold leafs to stick to the temple walls. The spire of the stupa or dome is covered with over 5,000 diamonds and 2,000 rubies. Shwedagon Pagoda housed one of the holiest relics in Buddhism: eight strands of Buddha’s hair.

 03. Tiger’s Nest Monastery

Tiger’s Nest Monastery: – Tiger’s Nest Monastery (Taktshang Goemba), is situated on the edge of a 3,000-feet-high cliff in Paro Valley, is one of the holiest places in Bhutan. Legend has it that Guru Rinpoche, the second Buddha, flew onto the cliff on the back of a tigress, and then meditated in a cave which now exists within the monastery walls. Now the entrance is restricted to practicing Buddhists only.

04. Prambanan

Prambanan: – Built in 850 CE, Prambanan is a Hindu temple in Central Java, Indonesia. The temple is composed of 8 main shrines and 250 surrounding smaller ones. It has walls which narrate stories of Vishnu’s incarnations, adventures of Hanuman (the Monkey King), the Ramayana epic and other legends.

05. Temple of Heaven

Temple of Heaven: – Built in 14th century, The Temple of Heaven is a Taoist temple in Beijing, the capital of China. Everything in the temple, which represents Heaven, is circular whereas the ground levels, which represent the Earth, are square.

06. Borobudur

Borobudur: – In the 19th century, Dutch occupiers of Indonesia found a massive ancient ruin deep in the jungles of Java. What they discovered was the complex of Borobudur, a gigantic structure built with nearly 2 million cubic feet (55,000 m³) of stones. The temple has nearly 2,700 relief panels and 504 Buddha statues. Until today, no one knows for sure when and why it was built, nor the reason for its complete abandonment hundreds of years ago. Some scholars believe that Borobudur is actually a giant textbook of Buddhism, as its bas reliefs tell the story of the life of Buddha and the principles of his teachings. To “read,” a pilgrim must make his way through nine platforms and walk a distance of over 2 miles.

07. Chion-in Temple

Chion-in Temple: – Built in 1234 CE Chion-in Temple is most famous temples in Japan. Visitors to the Chion-in Temple must first pass through the largest gate in Japan: the two-story San-mon Gate. The temple bell is also a record setter: it weighs 74 tons and needs 17 monks to ring it during the New Year celebrations. Chion-in Temple has the “singing” floor of the Assembly Hall which is called a uguisu-bari or nightingale floor. These wooden planks were designed to creak at every footstep to alert the monks of intruders! 

08. Golden Temple

Golden Temple: – The Harmandir Sahib (meaning The Abode of God) or simply the Golden Temple in Punjab, India is the most sacred shrine of Sikhism. For the Sikhs, the Golden Temple symbolizes infinite freedom and spiritual independence. The site of the Temple began with a small lake that was so peaceful that even Buddha came there to meditate. Thousands of years later, Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism also lived and meditate by the lake. Construction of the Golden Temple began in the 1500s, when the fourth Guru of Sikhism enlarged the lake that became Amritsar or Pool of the Nectar of Immortality, around which the temple and the city grew. The Temple itself is decorated with marble sculptures, gilded in gold, and covered in precious stones.

09. Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and Bayon

Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and Bayon: – Angkor Wat was built in the early 12th century in what is now Cambodia. The world famous temple was first a Hindu one, dedicated to Vishnu. In the 14th or 15th century, as Buddhism swept across Asia, it became a Buddhist temple. The Western world’s got a glimpse of Angkor Wat when a 16th century Portuguese monk visited the temple and eloquently described it as “of such extraordinary construction that it is not possible to describe it with a pen, particularly since it is like no other building in the world. It has towers and decoration and all the refinements which the human genius can conceive of.” His words still rang true today. Tourists visiting Angkor Wat usually also visit the nearby ruins of Angkor Thom and Bayon, two fantastic temples that serve as the ancient capital of Khmer empire.

10. Vishnu Temple of Srirangam

Vishnu Temple of Srirangam: – The Temple of Srirangam (Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple), in the Indian city of Tiruchirapalli (or Trichy), is the largest functioning Hindu temple in the world. Legend has it that a long time ago, a sage rested and put down a statue of Vishnu reclining on a great serpent. When he was ready to resume his journey, he discovered that the statue couldn’t be moved, so a small temple was built over it. Over centuries, the temple “grew” as larger ones were built over the existing buildings. The temple complex is massive: it encompasses an area of over 150 acres (63 hectares) with seven concentric walls, the outermost being about 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) long! The walls demarcate enclosures within enclosures, each more sacred than the next, with the inner-most enclosure is forbidden to non-Hindus.
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Emma Watson Candids

Emma Watson Candids

Working weekends, the stars of “Harry Potter” were busy on the set as they filmed “Harry Potter" The Deathly Hallows” in London on Sunday (June 28). With Emma Watson showing off her maturing figure as she shot scenes alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, the trio are busily working to finish up both Parts I and II. Meanwhile, Miss Watson has made clear her plans to go to college after finishing up the “Harry Potter” series - also noting that she’s unsure of a return to acting once she gets her degree. “I need to go away and figure out what I want to do.” Watson told Elle Magazine. “I just want to take a step back and not rush into stuff. I need university to give me that break. Maybe I’ll keep acting, maybe I won’t.” Enjoy the pictures of Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint on the set of “Harry Potter” (June 28). 08 More Images after a break.
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