Archive for the ‘Alfred’ tag
In these modern times, cameras are everywhere. Whether it’s a tiny digital you keep in your pocket or a medium format monstrosity you use for a hobby, cameras have become an integral part of human life. With that in mind, let’s take a trip down memory lane and talk a bit about where modern photography came from and what it has meant to our civilization.
One of the most amazing things about photographs is how heavily we de Read the rest of this entry »
Not so long go, a well-known newspaper tabloid regularly splashed a sequence of socially conscientious stories, as to how some kids from a renowned school were planning to redefine the way we Indian shop vegetables. Yes, vegetable shopping became focus point, given the fact that many of us fail to carry bags from home when it comes to buying vegetables. And therefore purchase vegetables in plastic bags that’s freely available Read the rest of this entry »
So, you’ve been watching and hearing and reading the past week about the biggest sports stories of the year that was, 2009, the highs and lows, the champs and heartbreak losers, the scandals and deaths. We live out a year, and if we survive it, we look back.
Some things you just can’t predict. They just have to happen.
Well, here’s something we can predict for 2010: The biggest sports story of th Read the rest of this entry »
A Candid Image – Wedding is one of the most special and memorable occasion of a couple’s life. It is through the wedding photographs and videos that a couple relives those pric Read the rest of this entry »
As diamonds and jewelry are each woman’s thickest friend, Belleek china is what each home should own.
Belleek china has an fine affect of singularity in each molded piece. Every attention to detail and each stroke of art heighten its face esteem and the originality of an Irish craft.
Its Humble Beginnings
It was during the 1800s in the Fermanagh Lakelands on the shore of Elbe River in Irel Read the rest of this entry »