This railway line in Hanoi is several inches away from the doorsteps of buildings! 12/6/2015 • Muhammad Rasheed
This railway road passes through an old commercial and residential neighborhood of Hanoi, Vietnam. It wouldn’t attract our attention if it weren’t right in-between houses, just a few inches from the doorways!
As amazing as it may sound, people living on this street feel quite comfortable. Every morning they throw open their doors, take out chairs, sit and talk to their neighbors, do the laundry, wash the dishes and even cook right on the railway!
Children of all ages also play there and don’t seem to be afraid of any train. The thing is that the train passes only twice a day, at 4 pm and 7 pm. The locals know the schedule pretty well and several minutes before the train, suddenly start to file into their homes.
The Japanese are so creative they know how to have fun in any season. Though snow is a rare phenomenon in Japan when it falls you should certainly catch the moment. We gathered the cutest sculptures of snow for you!
We bet you have never seen such beautiful Winter wonderland! Get inspired and surprised by these unbelievable works of art.
The most powerful photos of 2016 1/1/2017 • George Hovater
This collection consists of photos that capture the biggest moments in history. To celebrate the outgoing year and remember all good and bad things it brought us, see the most powerful pictures of 2016.
Unbelievable: snow falls in Sahara for the first time in almost 40 years 12/30/2016 • Johnny Crepaul
Sahara covered with snow is fantastic and there's nothing more to say. You just need to see this!