I just hope that this can help you
Yesterday I posted an article about bonsai trees. Actually, it was pictures and I had a lot of view on that. Since you are interested, I was free to take a few sites which could help me to bring you best informations about how to grow and how to make it. Btw. this is extrimly nice hobby.
The ancient art of growing bonsai trees is well over a thousand years old. Though usually associated with Japan, bonsai tree cultivation actually originated in China, where the trees eventually came to be associated with the religion of Zen Buddhism. Bonsai trees are now used for decorative and recreational purposes in addition to their traditional uses. Caring for bonsai trees gives the cultivator a chance to take a contemplative yet creative role in the growth of an emblem of natural beauty.
The pyramids are the stone tombs of Egypt’s kings – the Pharaohs and one of the world’s greatest historical mysteries. They have stood for thousands of years, filled with many hidden secrets: clues about what life (and death) was like in Ancient Egypt.
- Sphinx, Pyramids, Egypt
Ispired by Bonsai Trees post, I saw that people really love it and even those who don’t love it, I will try to approach best as I can to make them love. Few things makes life comlete and those are love, friends, air, watter, nature and some hobby which can be valuable more than you think. So I decided to make a post about gardening, not just bonsai but the other plants. Of course, there will be bonsai too in some of the next posts.
People usually have a garden behind the house but you can find very often in front of the house. That’s what makes the home more attractive.This is beautiful passage, entrance through the garden.
This is the story of a struggling comedian who reached great success and never forgot where he came from. You probably know Zach Galifianakis from The Hangover movies. Read what he recently did for a homeless woman below – it’s really awesome.
This is Mimi Haist. An 87 year old woman who used to volunteer in the LA laundromat she is seen in here. She got by on the tips left for her by the patrons of the laundromat.
Aareschlucht, Switzerland is a section of the river Aar that carves through a limestone ridge near the town of Meiringen. This is an indirect product of glaciation; 10,000 years ago, just as the Ice Age was coming to an end, torrential runoff water from melting glaciers eroded a deep, narrow chasm through the limestone barrier. Although barely one mile long, this passage is bordered by sheer cliffs up to 165 feet (50 m) high on either side. At the bottom of this steep drop the river is only a few metres wide.