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Dogs Gods | By Tim Flach

A couple of weeks ago we featured the amazing best seller book by award-winning photographer Seth Casteel "Underwater Dogs". A book filled with unique and exhilarating photographs of dogs underwater in pursuit of a ball. "Dogs Gods" by multi-award-winning photographer Tim Flach (author of the critically acclaimed Equus), is also an exquisite study of "man´s best friend" and delivers an appealing and exciting photographic tribute to one of our closest companions.

You can buy it in Europe here




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WORLDS LARGEST SWIMMING POOL | SAN ALFONSO DEL MAR RESORT CHILE | Image

WORLDS LARGEST SWIMMING POOL | SAN ALFONSO DEL MAR RESORT CHILE

This is insane! Located at the emblematic San Alfonso de Mar resort in Chile, its pool holds the current Guinness record as the world’s largest crystalline water pool, with an extension of 1.013km in length, eight hectares and 250 million liters of water. Hard to imagine? We are talking about nothing less than the equivalent to 6,000 familiar 8-meters-long pools. The pool is so large that tourists actually cruise along in sail boats and kayaks....
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SKOTTI GRILL

The Skotti Grill has just been granted a design award by red-dot, as a well designed and easy to use piece, practical and portable. This German made portable gas grill is collapsible and at just 3kg, it is easy to carry around on a backpack, which provides the possibility of getting a great grilled hot meal almost anywhere. Made from high grade stainless steel it can be mounted and disassembled with no tools in a jiffy, making it the ideal partner for bikers, camper...
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THE SCALE OF THINGS

Did you know that Bill Gates earns so much money, that if he lets a $100 bill fall to the ground, it does no make financial sense for him to spend time bending down to pick it up. Or that, since data has mass, the entire internet weighs about the same as an egg? It is baffling facts like this that are featured in the new book The Scale of Things, compiled to help us understand the world a little better. The book presents a collection of these facts translated into a...
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