February 2018 Archives



"An old abandoned salt mine in Turda, Transylvania, Romania, has been transformed into a tourist complex that attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world.

"Salina Turda is a salt mine located in the Durgău-Valea Sărată area of Turda, the second largest city in Cluj County, Romania. Since its opening to tourists in 1992, Salina Turda has already been visited by around 2 million Romanian and foreign tourists."

"Salina Turda was placed by Business Insider at the top of her list of the ten 'best underground places in the world". Similarly, Salina Turda was once ranked among the "25 gems hidden all over the world that are worth the walk'."


Artist Merges Faces of People With Plants


"Pascal Dupont is a French photographer and creative-retoucher who presents himself on his website and social networks as Cal Redback. According to the Twisted Sifter website, he decided to manipulate the portraits he makes with his models, merging their faces with plants through the use of image editors, and the result could not be more disturbing and at the same time surreal."


Unusual Necks


"Most people don't pay much attention to other people's necks. But if you would look closely you would see that no neck is the same. Some people have long necks, others don't. In either case they can be attractive or less attractive, depending what you like. Some necks look the way they do from birth; others are altered through all kinds of methods and reasons, like religious ones. These are some of the most bizarre necks."


I believe the neck ring culture exists in Burma


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