When you first see the photos below, you will definitely think that they are colorful flower pictures. However, they are actually parts of unclothed human body. Artist Cecelia Webber has carefully taken photos of unclothed people and then transformed them into her beautiful floral creations.
The artist had to spend up to two months photographing and hundreds of hours on her computer editing, cutting, rotating and coloring the bodies and limbs to create these amazing images (via ceceliawebber.com)
Who love purple colour must love Jacarandas flowers (Jacaranda mimosifolia). Originally it grows in Brazil and this is where it's strange name comes from. But for it's beauty it was introduced to Africa and pretty much any country with a suitable climate. And that includes Australia, where the town of Grafton celebrates a jacaranda festival for them each year. I've been there a few times in october and im so in love with jacaranda streets...beautiful
The clunchy house designed by Guz Architects - a great place to live, to relax
The 18th century’s first steam locomotive engine for railways, an invention by George Stephenson has undergone many miles of innovation to reach the level of what is today. Yes! The train journey is one such pleasurable journey, yet sometimes thrilling which will always leave pages of memory behind.