Friday, 27 February 2015

Hanging Walkway Connects Two Offices, Allowing Workers to go For a Walk on Grassy Surface

Zalewski Architecture, a Polish architecture firm, has created an idiosyncratic concept that purposes to solve all of this a narrow, winding outdoor walkway that connects offices, permitting workforces to go for a walk on its green, grassy surface. The isolation from nature, sunlight and fresh air that many of us experience in offices can make working in them depressing and tiring.

The unique design is suspended over a courtyard, implication that it is well supported on all sides. The narrow walkway forms an excitement, winding grassy path but also serves another resolution at only 80cm (31in), it reduces the amount of sunlight that the walkway blocks from the courtyard below. The reflective underside also supports blur the walkway’s lines for viewers looking up at it from below. The idea may be problematic to implement due to building permits, but office employees around the world perhaps appreciate the thought!

Sunday, 22 February 2015

A Mountain Photographer Spent 6 Years Photographing in Tent at Mountains

Well, my name is Karol Nienartowicz and I am a mountain photographer. I belong to Poland, and one day I decide to capture world’s most beautiful mountain.  For that purpose I’ve spent last 6 years, in traveling around Europe, climbing its majestic mountains and spending my nights in a tent in the wildest and most remote places. I normally like to capture sunrises and sunsets photographs, so I’d prefer to put my tent in beautiful landscape scenery. Thus, I decided to photograph my so-called “mobile home” in the magnificent mountain landscape.

My first experience to stay in the tent was in 2009 during the trip with my friend in Rodnei Mountains in Romania. I still remember that one night the temperature dropped to -10 degrees Celsius, and the other night we were survived in heavy snowfall and hurricane wind. Though, I was not frightened. I simply loved it and after that I returned from that trip I bought my own tent.

You know, my first tent was a Czech Hannah, model Troll, which sheltered me in whole traveled with me in Europe, and the highest peaks where I took it was at an altitude of 3,000 meters in the Swiss Alps at the foot of the Matterhorn, Valais. Therefore within five years of using Hannah, I used that tent in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania and Ukraine, the Sudeten Mountains in Poland, the Balkans, Dinaric Mountains, the Alps in France, Switzerland and Austria, in the Scottish Grampian and Trotternish. Finally in August 2014, I decide to replace the old and heavily used Troll tent into a great tent made by Polish company Marabut, which was my partner in forming my photograph expedition to the Swiss Alps. Here you can check out my whole travelling photos. 

Russian Photographer Captures the Cutest Squirrel Photo Session Ever

The exceptionally gifted nature photographer Vadim Trunov has had handy encounters with squirrels before, but this is the first time we’ve seen such type of photographs of squirrels playing or shooting photos of each other! The photographer Vadim has just published some photos he’s captured of squirrels that seem to be building snowmen or playing volleyball with nuts.

The truth is a bit different, though its winter season, these squirrels are very hungry, and they want food obviously! Therefore, the ones with the pine cone and the nut are fighting over the winter food, which Trunov left in a clearing so he could shoot the squirrels. Trunov takes pleasing wildlife photographs whether it’s winter or summer. He's throwing nuts and such at squirrels that are either tame or more used to humans, when they jump for the momentum makes them flip, other than that they're just looking at stuff.

Check out his macro nature photography as well! Some of the cutest pics ever! Congratulations on finding great models with killer looks By far, the best animal photos on the Internet in the cuteness category and unfortunately, some moron will surely ask how the squirrels managed to build a snowman.

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

The Most Magical Luxury Treehouse Perched Amongh 150 Year Old Pines.

Well, you’ve a great chance to observe most magical Airbnb in the world, the pan-style tree-house perched among 150 years old pines. Many peoples believes to live in real nature and they’ve dreamed of fairytale tree-house, complete with radiant lights, and romantic bridge, perhaps looks a lot like this. Set amid the branches of a 150-year-old Southern Short-Leaf Pine tree, the Buckland retreat, nestled in pristine woodland in the heart of Atlanta, has now been listed on AirBnB, and it even comes with wifi. The enchanting tree house is the handy-work of inspired couple Peter and Katie Bahouth, and comprises of three separate rooms that are marvelously attached by rope bridges strewn with fairy lights.

Therefore; former Greenpeace executive director Mr Bahouth, bought the appealing woodland spot in 2000, and spent the next six months designing and building the textbook forest hideaway. The living rooms are decked with handy blend of remarkable antiques and up-cycled furniture, including splendid chandelier adding an eye-catching touch to master plan, including an 80 years old butterfly window. The indoor dining area comprises of room seats which’re comfortable for six people. Moreover the bedroom is ideal locations for real nature lovers, who can enjoy true nature without leaving the comfort of your bed, and it can be pushed out onto a platform overlooking a local stream.

Even though you don’t even have to worry about catching a chill the beautiful organic linen bedding has been teamed with a heated mattress pad to keep you toasty all night long.  Moreover for outside environment a lavish decking area seats up to 10 people and comes complete with a hammock for day-time dreaming or star-spotting at night. But if you do get the need to leave the confines of the tee house, the Bahouth's have provided a list of local beauty spots to explore. Or, like some lodgers, you could just order pizza delivered straight to your branch.

Now you know, such kind of experience cannot offer in cheap rates, the expensive enchanting beauty, a minimum two night stay offer is £236 per night - but we reckon it's worth it!  It's no surprise this Peter Pan-style tree house comes with a five-star rating from former guests. Every detail is quirky and fun, including a bed that pushes out on a track so you can sleep on a plank under a canopy of trees “unbelievable”.