Frog Just Chilling Out
Can't go wrong with just laying back and relaxing on a beautiful day. This frog knows how to enjoy life!
have a seat on this bench made from skateboards!
Training with bench
Here you can see how to train your body with bench!
i don't know if you gonna use this in windy weather :)
No, the bench...
I thought this picture was very funny, enjoy :D!
Tree trough bench
Sometimes nature just create cool pictures
shotgun shell bench
check it out, it's made with shotgun shell casings!
dogs on a bench :)
check this dogs staying together :)
A woman who worked this handiwork is truly golden hands. It is a golden thread and it is very difficult.
Golden Hair Monkeys
Monkeys with cool golden hair.
Golden Globe News for 2007
The golden globe awards are finished and we compiled all the gossip... 1. Brad Pitt and Angelina are a hot couple who arrived in class and left in class. No stupid partying. 2. Some people can't get enough of their cell phones... still. 3. Reese Witherspoon gets the award for the worst hair and the ugliest look.
Golden Gate Bridge
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
A this how you take it as part of the time, brave, bold or reckless
I guess she's going to try to be an Emmy for Halloween?
Panagyurishte golden treasure
The Panagyurishte Treasure (Bulgarian: Панагюрско златно съкровище) is a Thracian treasure excavated on December 8, 1949 by three brothers, Pavel, Petko and Michail Deikov who worked together at the region of “Merul” tile factory near the town of Panagyurishte, Bulgaria. It consists of a phiale, an amphora and seven rhytons with total weight of 6.164 kg of 24-karat gold. All of the objects are richly and skilfully decorated with scenes of Thracian myths, customs and life. It is dated from the 4th-3rd centuries BC, and is thought to have been used as a royal ceremonial set by the Thracian king Seuthes III. As one of the best known surviving artifacts of Thracian culture, the treasure has been displayed at various museums around the world. When not on a tour, the treasure is the centerpiece of the Thracian art collection of the National Museum of History in Sofia. The items may have been buried to hide them during 4th century BC invasions of the area by the Celts or Macedonians. The phiale is very similar to one in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and carries inscriptions giving its weight in Greek drachmae and Persian darics. It may have been made in Athens, though the better success with the animal figures than the human ones may suggest goldsmiths with a Hellenistic training working in Thracia.
More from Sasho_8
some funny pics I found in the ineternet
Are you okay...
Oh my god, it must hurt ...
Does it hurt ..
Fail fail fail fail fail fail :D :D :D
Red devils !
One of the best football teams
bicycle made of chopped vegetables
facebook can be very disappointing
this is the whole truth abouth humans :D
you can eat or you can be eaten