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Spectacular photo of a man in a wheelchair standing on his hands, upside down [Amazing Photo of the Day]
When you see a man or woman in a wheelchair, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? I will be totally honest with you; the first thing that comes to my mind is ‘disabled’. However, as the following photo shows, people in wheelchairs may be at a [...]Read More »
If I were to say today I have another photo of lions to share with you, would you accuse me of being a cat lover? ‘Cause I am not. I just happen to find awesome photos of big, wild cats.
In any case, I do indeed have a photo of [...]Read More »
At this restaurant you have dinner on tables in water, barefoot, and next to a waterfall [Amazing Photo of the Day]
There are probably millions of restaurants around the world. I bet near your house there are at least a dozen. So, when you are hungry and you want to eat out, how do you decide which restaurant to go to? The food is obviously one criterion but, aside from that, [...]Read More »
How many dotTechies are airplane enthusiasts? (I am not.) If you are, then you probably know about the evolution of airplanes, aka how airplanes have changed since they were first invented by Orville and Wilbur Wright on December 17, 1903. In particular I’m referring to design; what you see today [...]Read More »
When you think of “luxury”, what comes to mind? House? Car? Probably. Treehouse? Eh… not so much. However, luxury treehouses are exactly what eco-friendly resort E’terra Samara in Toronto, Canada is planing on building.
Designed by Farrow Partnership Architects, E’terra Samara plans on introducing 12 of the following luxury treehouses. [...]Read More »
Tigers have made repeated appearances on dotTech’s Amazing Photo of the Day, while we also had a day where I shared a few liger photos I found on the Internet. How about a tiger and a liger in the same image?
Check out the following image. It appears to be [...]Read More »
What is a favorite past time of dictators? Spending money (that often doesn’t belong to them). From king-dictators to military-dictators and every other type of dictator in between, dictators like building and buying things. What did royalty of medieval Europe like building? Grand castles.
We have already seen a few [...]Read More »
Tippi Degré is French. However, her parents were (are) wildlife photographer parents so she spent much of her childhood in Namibia where her parents did their work. In Namibia, Tippi lived a life most people would only attribute to the fictional Tarzan; playing with wild animals, hugging wild animals, feeding [...]Read More »
Mark Pelzner’s late father, Marvyn Pelzner, left Mark three typewriters. As a tribute to his father, Mark wanted a portrait sculpted of his dad out of the three typewriters (the parts), so that sculpture could be mounted on top of the box that holds his father’s ashes. As such, Mark [...]Read More »
There are dozens (hundreds?) of different cultures, religions, belief systems, etc. around the world. However, there is one thing most — if not all — people will agree upon: children getting sick is bad. So almost anyone can appreciate when, to help cheer up sick children at Le Bonheur Children’s [...]Read More »
Yesterday we saw some silly pictures of Dave Engledow and his daughter Alice Bee. Ready for another silly photo? This time, it is of a lion.
Want to know how to subdue a lion? The following photo provides a telling tail. Check it out (
and yes, it most likely [...]
Dave Engledow is a photographer that is working on a hilarious project — ‘World Best Father’. The project consists of photos that include him, his young daughter, and his ‘World Best Father’ coffee cup involved in hilarious activities. The idea is to snap funny photos of him and his daughter, [...]Read More »
Armed forces around the world prefer to wear ‘camo’ or ‘camouflaged’ clothes for the purposes of being able to better blend into natural surroundings. I’m not sure how well army camo gear works but various animals around the world have natural camouflage that allows them to blend in with their [...]Read More »
These photos show raw American naval power… and it is both awesome and scary [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Anyone familiar with the history of the United States knows that in the founding years of the country there was a big struggle between pro-navy and anti-navy advocates. Since then, however, the United States has come to build and operate the largest and most powerful navy in the history of [...]Read More »
Every year National Geographic holds a photo contest. 2012′s results are in. In total, National Geographic says there were over 22,000 entries. Out of these 22,000 entries, a winner was picked for each category (‘Nature’, ‘People’, and ‘Places’), an overall ‘Grand Prize’ winner was selected, ‘Viewers’ Choice’ photos were picked, [...]Read More »
I will be completely, truly, 100 percent honest with everyone: Ashraf loves cakes. (Ashraf also loves talking about himself in third person, but that is a story for another hour.) Not necessarily all cakes — he is not a big fan of full, chocolate-only cakes or cakes with fruit — [...]Read More »
A friend of mine used to say (still says?): “flashy lights are for the simple minded”. To an extent, I am sure there is some truth in that statement. After all, one can easily be distracted and awed by otherwise simple lights and objects. However, call me simple minded, I [...]Read More »
Sun. The Sun. Our Sun. Without the Sun, most scientists hypothesize there wouldn’t have been life on Earth. We happen to live on a planet that is perfectly positions relative to the Sun; not so close that it is so hot but not so far that it is so cold. [...]Read More »
Back in the 1950s, Stockholm Metro (the train company in Stockholm, Sweden) started allowing arts to paint the underground train stations. Flash forward to 2013 and many of Stockholm Metro’s stations are filled with beautiful art that will appease even the most critical of eyes. There is so much art [...]Read More »
Gorillas, lions, tigers, monkeys, elephants, etc. — we have seen many animals in dotTech’s daily Amazing Photo of the Day segment. We have not, however, seen any pandas. Well, no worries because I have a panda to share with you today.
Check out the following image. It is of a [...]Read More »
The Missouri River is the longest river in the United States and used as a major source of water for the nation. A tributary of the Missouri River (aka a river that flows into the Missouri) is the Heart River in North Dakota, United States. Why exactly is Heart River [...]Read More »
Grand Canyon Skywalk is a transparent bridge 4,000 feet above the Colorado River [Amazing Photo of the Day]
How many dotTechies have been to, or heard of, the Grand Canyon? For those of you that haven’t, the Grand Canyon is, quiet literally, the world’s largest hole in the ground. At its deepest point, the Grand Canyon is 6,000 feet (1,800 meters) deep. How many people have the guts [...]Read More »
The RMS Titanic is a famous ship. Yes, in part due to Leonardo DiCaprio’s movie Titanic, but more so because the ship — one of the largest of its time — crashed into a glacier on its maiden voyage from Southampton, United Kingdom to New York City, United States. [...]Read More »
How many dotTechies are artists? I am not, but I (hope) I am sophisticated enough to appreciate good art. …Oh who am I kidding, I couldn’t tell the difference between a Picasso and horse turd even if I tried. I can, however, be amazed at the work of French sculptor [...]Read More »
Okay so yesterday I failed when I claimed the ‘Elephant Tree Arch’ is real. Today, however, I surely have something real to show you — a fake pool in Japan.
Check out the following image. It is of a fake pool in Japan; in other words, a pool that looks [...]Read More »
Often nature has awesome views and structures. Sometimes, man creates awesome structures. ‘Elephant Tree Arch’ in Garden Folly is one such man-made structure.
Check out the image below. It is of the ‘Elephant Tree Arch’ in Garden Folly, a wooden structure carved to look like an elephant with a tree [...]Read More »
Anyone Ever watch ‘Ripley’s Believe It Or Not’? For those that haven’t, it is a TV show that features various different types of amazing acts by people, much of which are really unbelievable but true. A man hugging a tiger really could belong on Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. Check [...]Read More »
Unique photos of how an escalator is brought to the 101st floor of a building [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Ever look at a high rise building and wonder how the hell did someone build something so tall? More specifically, how in the world were all the things at the top put there, such as that light bulb dangling in the air sticking out from the edge of the building? [...]Read More »
Okay, okay — I have said in the past that I am not obsessed with big (wild) cats. This is still true… despite the fact that I have yet another big cat photo to share with you. This time it is of a white tiger.
Check out the following photo [...]Read More »
One of the first photos shared via dotTech’s ‘Amazing Photo of the Day‘ segment back in September of this year was a photo of a European castle in Bojnice, Slovakia. After that, we shared photos of another European castle but one that may have more meaning to dotTechies than the [...]Read More »
In our Amazing Photo of the Day segment, we have seen many cats (may that be lions, tigers, or otherwise). We have not, however, shared very many primate photos. In fact, only one gorilla photo that I can remember and one or two monkey ones. Well today we add to [...]Read More »
How many dotTechies are ‘Do It Yourself’ type people? If you are, you have probably used a laser level; you know, those gadgets that draw straight lines with a laser pointer on walls, floors, etc. to help you properly align shelves, tiles, etc. However, I bet you haven’t used Laser [...]Read More »
Extremely scary transparent glass walkway above Tianmen Mountain in China [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Here on dotTech, we may be afraid of heights (and by “we” I mean Ashraf) but we aren’t afraid of sharing photos that show the heights we scared of. Indeed, we have seen a flimsy looking path above a deep gorge in China. We have seen a glass balcony in [...]Read More »
Last week, in our Amazing Photo of the Day segment, dotTech shared a photo of lightning striking somewhere. Enjoyed that photo? Then let us take a look at yet another awesome lightning strike picture.
The following is an image of lightning striking the skyscrapers of Frankfurt, Germany. Check it out:[...]Read More »
How many dotTechies are old enough to remember the original Godzilla movies? I personally am not but I do remember watching some Godzilla movies (maybe remakes of the original, I don’t remember) when I was younger. In any case, it is safe to say Godzilla isn’t real and only exists [...]Read More »