New Year’s Eve Around The World 2017
We would like to wish you all a very happy 2017.
May we leave the hate of 2016 behind and embrace the love.
Behind the scenes at the Harbin Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival
Every year we post a set of images from the Harbin International Snow & Ice Sculpture Festival and every year they look amazing.
To create it takes a lot of work.
Check out the 2016, 2015 and 2014 sets.
Best Pictures Of 2016
I just checked out what I wrote in 2015 and it turns out nothing has changed. Absolutely nothing. Syria is still one big mess. Innocent refugees still want to flee countless frightening war zones. The Brexit has isolated and divided Britain a little more. Trump has done the same in the US. France was once again hit with terrorist attacks. And falling oil prices have given companies and consumers the excuse not to care about the environment as much.
I would be really good if we could let 2016 be and concentrate on making 2017 a year to never forget for the right reasons.
The Abandoned Airplane Graveyard in Bangkok
My name is Steve and i am one of the people behind TotallyCoolPix and the Dutch Amusement site VKMag. I am absolutely no photographer nor i have the intentions to become one. But when i am somewhere on this planet i love to visit cool places and take some pictures. At this moment i am in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Things you need to do here are eating Thai dishes (including spiders and scorpions), visiting the Grand Palace, various temples and of course drinking some cocktails in the rooftop bar that was featured in the Hangover II movie. Bangkok also has some places that are on the bucket list of Urban Explorers, like the abandoned Ghost Tower. But climbing 49 floors when it is really hot outside? No, not this trip. But there is another cool place in my eyes to visit in Bangkok, the Airplane Graveyard where abandoned jets have been left to rot. These planes were abandoned after a business venture to convert them into a bar and venue failed. So somewhere in a suburb of Bangkok is this private lot filled with pieces of decommissioned commercial jets, including a Boeing 747 fuselage. If you want to visit this graveyard you will have to pay 200 baht (5 euro) to a lady who lives on the site with her extended family in some converted fuselages.Open this photogallery >
Swimming with horses in Barbados
I can think of many worse things to do than what these horse handlers swimming with their horses in the Caribbean Sea are doing. It looks amazing.Open this photogallery >
The Victoria’s Secret 2016 Fashion Show In Paris
It was another colorful and happy affair when Bruno Mars, The Weeknd and Lady Gaga rocked up in Paris and brought along some world famous models to show off the newest Victoria's Secret collection.
Whether you're a male, female or not quite sure yet, this set will brighten up your day.
Paris At Dusk
Paris is a beautiful city as it is and I'm taking my kids their in January. However, for me it is at it's most beautiful at dusk.Open this photogallery >
New York City From Above During Sun Rise
What a town and what a view these images by Lucas Jackson provide us with. Time to book those tickets.Open this photogallery >
Welcome to the Australian ute culture
Ute is not a hip way of writing youth, it is street talk for utility vehicle. These utes, part truck and part car, were once a very popular car in Australia, but the big automakers have fallen out of love with them. Not so the Australian public, 20,000 of whom celebrate all that is the ute and it's culture during the Deni Ute Muster festival in Deniliquin.Open this photogallery >
Antwerp’s new Port House designed by Zaha Hadid
The Belgian city of Antwerp has a new Port House and it looks amazing. It was designed by acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid.
The new Port House was incorporated into an old fire station and will house 500 port staff.
The Photos Of 2016 Week 36
Here's our selection of images from around the world from the last seven days.Open this photogallery >
Burning Man 2016
The Burning Man festival in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada is the world's most creative festival.
You need to be creative to get there and you need to be creative to survive there. Being of open mind also helps to soak i all that you will see, feel and experience.