Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Awesome photos


I love beautiful photos and some of the photos here are just absolutely stunning. I thought i should share this with everyone here. The photo on the right was taken from an airplane over Moscow.

  • http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/12/21/75-eye-catching-examples-of-aerial-photography/

  • http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/04/28/really-stunning-pictures-and-photos/

13 comments:

Da Eternal Rebel said...

It looks like an air raid on Moscow and antiaircraft guns firing. Is it WW2 ?

The Luscious one! said...

@Da eternal Rebel - No this is Moscow during winter time. What you see in the photo are emissions from the chimneys. I loved it because its real and not digital made up. There are bunch of other great pics in the links.

gh said...

i think it would be ok if you say: i am a housewife, despite married housewife. what say?

Daanish said...

A cool picture,do you have more ?
It will be great if you make it a regular post every week!
I will love it!

Balvinder Singh said...

Luscious One -- thanks for visiting my blog and for responding. Refering to your comments on my post " Remember This??" frankly speaking, India never launched an aggression against any country. The 1971 war was invited by the misadventure of Pakistan Army which has always led your country into a mess. The Bangladesh liberation was the result of many years of opression of Bengali Muslims in erstwhile East pakistan and final nail in the coffin was the genocide in East Pakistan which President Yahya Khan had ordered on 25th March 1971. It took nine months for India's patience to break before the things were put in order by the Indian Army in December 1971.

And yes we have our own administrative weaknesses like any other democracy but that does not mean that you keep sending your goons to kill innocent men, women and children by exploiting those weaknesses. It is high time you realise that your country needs stable democracy and good governance to survive.

Karmasura said...

I would advise you to hyperlink texts and then place the url.. your post would look neater and others would be tempted to click on the links

The Luscious one! said...

@karmasura - I am still learning the tricks of the trade. How do you put in the hyper links?

Karmasura said...

There is a button when you go to create a post.. just in the lines of text color, text size, aligned left, aligned right, justified.. and so on..

Select the text you wish to hyperlink, then press that button. Now, it asks you for the url. Copy-paste the url in there and select enter or whatever comes. Presto!! you've inserted the hyperlink over the selected text. Now when somebody clicks on that text in the post, he will be guided to that url.

Karmasura said...

I think you or somebody else has done something similar on your post on 16th December on 'PAF quotes and the Indian air Incursion'.. I find a hyperlinked text over there.

Mustafa said...

Balbinder Singh:

I am tired of you insecure Indians. This part of the blog was to appreciate a certain image. I am disappointed that you had to drag Bangladesh into it. You conveniently forgot that it was India that had bankrolled and instigated Mukti Bahini for many many years. What is happening in Kashmir is payback for what you creeps did from 1966 to 1971 in East Pakistan.

Balvinder Singh said...

My dear Mr. Mustafa, this comment was in response to a nasty comment which the 'Luscious One' left on my post "Remember This" on my blog. While we have won some battles and wars, it is but natural for us to celebrate our victories and my post has precisely done that.

Frankly speaking, the very foundation of your country is HATE and only HATE. There was no need to divide India in 1947 on the basis of religion because number of muslims left behind in India was more than the sum total of muslims of West and East Pakistan. But you could not sustain even that and your country got further divided, giving birth to Bangladesh. And it is your misconception that India engineered the division of two Pakistans. You have tried it with Punjab and now are doing it with Kashmir . Let us see how successful you get. Kashmiris have gone to elections this month as a mark of deep roots of Indian democracy. Pakistan is still on the path of fragmenting into further smaller pieces.

Since you were never satisfied with what you got in partition, your Army and ISI keep leading your country into some misadventure, get hit hard and then keep licking the wounds and then again invent some other misadventure. That is why you people have not been able to progress. The only industry that you run is terror industry. It is high time you stop doing that and let the world live in peace.

mustafa said...

You talk of democracy and yet conveniently forget that Pakistan was formed out of a democratic vote where Muslims CHOSE to have their own homeland.

Frankly, I see nothing but hate in your post.

The Luscious one! said...

@karmasure - Thanks for the information.

@B.S - Can you reproduce the 'nasty' comment that i made in your post? well, here it is. You were 'glorifying' the agression against Pakistan in 1971 and this is what i wrote as a comment: "This is the exact reason why as Pakistanis must be vigilant against your aggression. The day which will live in infamy in the history of Pakistan and Muslims is rejoiced so much by you. Yes the other YOU. Indian subcontinent never was one nation and it is high time that you guys accept our existence.

We will NEVER accept your domination. You people need to reform your security and intelligence infrastructure before blaming Pakistan for your every failing."

Frankly, if you look at it objectively the average Indian is much more hostile and Jingoistic against Pakistan than a Pakistani is. I wonder who cultivates the hatred culture more.