Yoga At Its Best

If you haven’t started practicing yoga yet.......

Justin Bieber Shows his Happy Trail

And Justin Bieber's fans lose their minds....

Jordan Carver's Yoga Class

Another nice Yoga class by Jordan Carver

Beauty or Beautiful?

You decide it whether she is Beauty or Beautiful......

Creative Country Flags

These flags are created using the foods mostly people eat in that country

Saturday, January 28, 2012

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car Fetches

$4.62 Million
 World's Oldest Running Car
The world's oldest running motor vehicle has been sold at auction for an astonishing $4.62 million (R36.5-million), more than double the pre-sale estimate, as two bidders chased the price up in a three-minute bidding war.

The 1884 De Dion Bouton et Trepardoux Dos-a-Dos Steam Runabout drew a standing ovation as it was driven up onto the stage at Friday's RM Auction in Hershey, Pennsylvania - to prove that this 127-year-old car really does run! - and attracted a starting bid of $500 000, which was immediately doubled to $1 million.
Encouraged by the applauding crowd, the bidding went swiftly up to $4.2 million (R33 million) - 4.62 million (R36.5 million) including the 10 percent commission - before the car was knocked down to a unnamed buyer.

The Dos-a-Dos (Back-to-Back) Steam Runabout was built in 1884 by George Bouton and Charles-Armand Trepardoux for French entrepreneur Count de Dion, who named it 'La Marquise' after his mother.

In 1887, with De Dion at the tiller, it won the world's first ever motor race (it was the only entrant to make the start line!) covering the 32km from the Pont de Neuilly in Paris to Versailles and back in one hour and 14 minutes (an average of 25.9km/h) and, according to contemporary reports, hitting a breathtaking 60km/h on the straights!

La Marquise has only had four owners, remaining in one family for 81 years, and has been restored twice, once by the Doriol family and again by British collector Tom Moore in the early 1990's.  Since then, it has taken part in fourLondon-to-Brighton runs and collected a double gold at the 1997 Pebble Beach d'Elegance in California.
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This is the oldest motor vehicle car in the world that still runs.It was built one year before Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler invented the internal combustion engine.

World's Oldest Running Car

Count de Dion winning the first ever motor race

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

World's Oldest Running Car

Finger Monkeys

The finger monkey is the tiniest living primate in the world. It's so small that it can hold on to your finger. These primates belong to the family Callitrichidae, species Cebuella and genus C. pygmaea.
They are native to rain-forests of Brazil , Peru , Bolivia , Ecuador and Colombia . (Source: Buzzle) Finger monkeys are, as a matter of fact, pygmy marmosets. They are also known by the names "pocket monkey” and "tiny lion".

This cute little primate hugs and grips on to your finger .

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

Finger Monkey

World's longest sea bridge In China

World's longest sea bridge

It took four years to build the bridge and cost £960 million, which is supported by more than 5,000 pillars across the bay, and it is almost three miles longer than the previous record-holder the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway in Louisiana . 


longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge


longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge

longest sea bridge

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Never give up

Never give up

Never give up

Never give up

Never give up

Never give up