Last week Central London was attacked by the giant pigeons. Colossal flying rats are wreaking havoc. Furthermore, they are infested the ancient city with enormously amazing things.
Of cause, it’s just an ad campaign for the new compact telezoom camera – Panasonic Lumix ZX1 (ZR1 in US). But the installations are, indeed, spectacular:
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We are continuing to tease our eyes and imagination with the wonderful pieces of architecture and (to name it honestly) real estate.
Please note, this time our annual inmobilaria perfectum yet surrounded by water still not far from a shore. Just roll up your trousers and go anywhere you need.
Try to guess where this place is. And don’t forget to share your guesses here at Paradoxoff Planet in the comments section.
The idea of transforming old and outdated computer into new and trendy looking aquarium isn’t new. There are a couple of companies specializing on the refurbishing old Apple Mac desktops into so called Macquariums. The PC users aren’t going to stay aside too. Here a nice DIY example of turning old Samsung CRT display by Da SecondCat:
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Moscow Metro — one of the world’s biggest and most heavy used metropolitan transportation system. Every single day from seven to ten million people are descending to the underground to get to work, home or any other place within the twelve million city. That makes the Moscow Metro the city itself, with the streets — tunnels and building — metro cars. The street scenes in this city are pretty spectacular sometimes. Here a lot of candid photos:
Got respect for the sleepers, for the acrobat-sleepers particularly.
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Our reader Republicoftexas (a proud Texan patriot, as far as I can guess) has pointed our attention to the interesting map of (alternative) future Not So United States of America in a comment section of Paradoxoff Planet old post Divided States of America.
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These pictures are not the other silly photoshop. These are the actual pictures from the actual filming area in China. The movie is known as A Journey To The West and it looks like Planet Of The Apes meet House of Flying Daggers. More pics inside.
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The newly built four-stories high palace in the suburbs of Moscow was wiped out from the face of the Earth… Well, not the actual Earth but Google Earth. Apparently, the forbidden palace owner and Russian natural gas and oil monopoly Gazprom CEO Aleksey Miller has enough power and money to convince Google to censor one of their most successful products.
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Windows error message is floating in the air on a dark misty night. What’s wrong with the sky?
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