Nowadays, when you are equipped with a camera you can do so many amazing things in order to put the “A” in art or artistic photography. One of the most famous themes among photography enthusiasts of today is high-speed photography.which is supposed to provide some inspiration of what can be done with high speed photography.We are sure these photographs worth a look and you’ll all like them. Feel free to share your comments.
Jellyfish (also known as jellies or sea jellies or Medusozoa) are free-swimming members of the phylum Cnidaria.Jellyfish live where in the oceans. They drift with the currents. They live in groups because the currents keep them together. Some live very deep in the ocean and some, like the up-side-down jelly live nearer the surface. A jelly has no head, brain, heart, eyes, nor ears. It has no bones, either. It is 95% water! Scientists estimate there may be 2,000 species (kinds) of jellyfish, but we are only familiar with 200. They have been drifting through the world’s oceans for more than 650 million years.You can see here their some most beautiful kinds.
Scooters are popular for personal transport, partly based on their low cost of purchase and operation and on benefits that include convenience in parking and storage. Licensing requirements for scooters are easier and less expensive than those for cars in most parts of the world.So, most of the people preffer the scooters than motorbikes.In 1894, Hildebrand & Wolfmüller produced the first motorcycle.Maximum speed was 40 km/h (25 mph).But now in this modern age this vehicle got much developed.
Capture an object which is useless in a completely strange view and angle called shadow photography.In heraldry, when a charge is supposedly shown in shadow (the appearance is of the charge merely being outlined in a neutral tint rather than being of one or more tinctures different from the field on which it is placed), it is called umbra ted. Supposedly only a limited number of specific charges can be so depicted.
The buses to be found in countries around the world often reflect the quality of the local road network, with high floor resilient truck based designs prevalent in several less developed countries where buses are subject to tough operating conditions. Population density also has a major impact, where dense urbanisation such as in Japan and the far east has led to the adoption of high capacity long multi-axle buses, often double-deckers, while South America and China are implementing large numbers of articulated buses for bus rapid transit schemes.