Florida’s Gentle Giants

Manatees (often known as Sea Cows) are one of Florida’s most endangered creatures and few remain in the local waters. An aquatic relative of the Elephant, they can grow up to thirteen feet and are often referred to as ‘Gentle Giants’. These animals are endangered despite the fact that they have little or no predators, this is due to the fact that they are often injured by boats or polluted waters. Usually found grazing on seagrasses in the shallow waters (at depths of 1-2 meters) these harmless animals can become trapped between the water bottom and the bottom of boats that have entered the shallow waters.
Watercrafts are also responsible for the injury and death of some Sea Cows as they collide with the vessels propellers. Amongst the small population of these Sea Cows, you will find on many, the scars they bare if they are lucky enough to survive the collision. The animals can also become trapped and crushed in flood control gates which automatically close and some fall victim to fishing nets.

Scariest Horror Park In The World

Looking for something unusual to see on your next trip to Thailand. How about a visit to the scariest and probably the creepiest horror park you’ll ever see. This place is in Suphan Buri province. The name of the Scary Park is Wat Pie Rong Woow.

Smile Please

We Smiled when we were kids......

To be beautiful when you grow up


Even the beauty faded...but still  they look so happy

No matter what bad things happen to you 
But Keep A Smile on your face..
Because you look beautiful when smile.

Photos Around the World

Incredible India...how many have we visited?

A Baptist Church in Alichen, Nagaland

Nohkalikai Falls at Cherapunji, Meghalaya

View from Ooty, Tamil Nadu.

Tea Gardens at Munnar, Kerala

Kanchenjunga (8586m) viewed from Sandakphu, Sikkim

Temple Tank, Bhoga Nandeeshwara temple, Karnataka 

Temple Tank, Bhoga Nandeeshwara temple, Karnataka

Temple Tank, Bhoga Nandeeshwara temple, Karnataka

Nubra Valley, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir

The blue range of mountains that run along the western coast of India.This shot taken in mid May from Palivasal Tea Estate in Munnar in Kerala.

Kargil District, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir

Kaveri river running through Hogenakkal., Tamil Nadu
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