How Begger Create Open Wounds‏

1. Material – red ink, cotton pad,white glue, tooth pick (tiny sticks). cotton wool, if no red ink you can use animal blood.

2. Use white glue o create the wound surrounding.

3. Wait for the glue to dry.

4. Use tooth pick to create the wound area.

5. Use a dishwasher pad to spread the extra glue.

6. Use little drop of red ink to create the outside scratched area.

7. Use cotton pad with red ink (not too much) to strengthen the surrounding scratched area.

8. When dry, half done.

9. Use tooth pick to spread the glue to create the broken skin.

10. Use red ink to put at the inside of the glue.

11. Some place with more and some with less ink. Then will look more real.

12. Wait to dry.

Finished!

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trokkur Geyser

trokkur Geyser.

Strokkur is located in the Haukadalur valley, Iceland; its one of Iceland’s largest geysers which is only a few meters away from Geysir (the oldest known geyser). Unlike Geysir, an idle geyser which has an infrequent performance record & may be dormant for years at a time, Strokkur is very reliable & one can see it in action every 5-10 minutes, hurling boiling water to heights of up to 20 metres (70ft) towards the sky. Here are some amazing photos of Strokkur in action.

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Aerial Photos

Here are some beautiful aerial photos, which magnificently enhance the beauty of structures, animals & the nature.

Aerial Photos (14) 1The view from Everest: this would be your view if you stand atop the tallest mountain on Earth. Click on the image to enlarge.

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Aerial Photos (14) 14Yet another example of amazing photography. The black ones are shadows, white ones are the real camels.