Every day we have see many funny things around us but we have no time to take them serious. as we see many photographers will do funny things to get the perfect shot, you can say they are not do accidentally, because they want to take a perfect shot so they do not care of any thing, not also their selves. In case some photographers are just plain funny looking because of their weird but quite funny impressions or appearance. This is a cool post collection of both. You can see here some photographers who do not care for their own condition, such as they forget their selves in making an extremely superb shot and some of them are getting attention for their strange but funny appearance. just enjoy these beautiful funny images collection.
Most people are in this world are much more richest but be a billionaire is really incredible. This 25th year of tracking global wealth was one to remember. The 2011 Forbes billionaires list breaks two records. Total numbers of listees 1,210 and combined wealth $4.5 trillion. This horde surpasses the gross domestic product of Germany, one of only six nations to have fewer billionaires this year. BRICS led the way: Brazil, Russia, India and China produced 108 of the 214 new names. These four nations are home to one in four members, up from one in 10 five years ago. Before this year only the U.S. had ever produced more than 100 billionaires. China now has 115 and Russia !01. But I bring here only 20 billionaires in my recent post.
Currency notes always in our purses but we use them only in purchasing and selling with them but some origami artists create some objects with them.Usually, Moneygami is called money folding. Sometimes also called bill folding, or banknote folding, or other such derivative terms. I’m not really sold on the Moneygami name- there’s a real trend lately to do such things, primarily because people figure out “oh, that must be money origami” or something to that effect.Money folding is amazingly popular – because it’s something we see every day, a commonplace item, transformed into something unique and unexpected. I don’t like to leave folded tips at restaurants, because I know the staff would rather spend the money; but occasionally I fold something anyway and inevitably a small crowd of people gather around and look at it when it’s completed.