“Here are some moments of those men and women who sacrifices their life
daily so that we can safely sleep at night. As well as, these photos
prove that there is always a way to find something funny to do. No
matter, how dangerous your situation is. Check out.”
“The wind map is a personal art project, not associated with any company.
We’ve done our best to make this as accurate as possible, but can’t
make any guarantees about the correctness of the data or our software.
Please do not use the map or its data to fly a plane, sail a boat,
or fight wildfires 🙂
In answer to the first one (not the one below) – no, i wouldn’t accept a million quid even if it mean one person would lose their life. Human life is precious – the most precious thing of all – apart from our planet itself ..
“Frenchman Francois Pommery visited Afghanistan between 1969 and 1974 and
he took many photos during his visits. The pictures show an interesting
look at a peaceful Afghanistan before it became the war torn country it
If you’re interested more in the post WWII Afghanistan I recommend the James Michener book ‘Caravans’…and if you do read that and you get a feel for Michener’s writings then he’s done some cracking other books – ‘Alaska’ and ‘Hawaii’ for instance…
Everyone has had their fair share of embarrassing moments but sports are widely photographed and televised eh so if you’re a tennis player playing in a tournament and your knicker elastic suddenly goes it’s pretty much guaranteed to be on the front page of the UK tabloids the next day 😐
she doesn’t look like she’s particularly embarrassed about the bikini line thing – it’s the winning that is the important thing in sports not your appearance – there may be an exception to this with Premier League football players tho 😀