ROCK PAMPER SCISSORS have looked far and wide to share some weird and wonderful hairstyles that define a culture, cos’ thats why we travel right? To see things we wouldn’t normally see day to say. Whether you’re looking for a style to stand out from the crowd or something a little more classic than the do’s below check them out to find the hottest Hairdressers in Manchester, Leeds and very soon the rest of the UK.
KLM ('Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij,' which litertally translates in English to mean: "Royal Aviation Company"), the popular Dutch airline is turning 95! This is big news, considering how many companies come and go throughout a near-century. It is because of KLM's focus to always be real, and to never forget what's most important: the relationships. They have put together this video to commemorate 95 years of service to their passengers, and as you can tell, KLM values their relationships, showcasing many personal moments, including their first passenger fight in 1919! This is a thank you to everyone who has flown with KLM.
America possesses an abundance of fabulous natural beauty, from majestic ocean vistas and rolling plains to breathtaking mountains. Each of its states has a multitude of natural wonders that attract not only enthralled visitors but also professional photographers, to capture on film or by digital capture the diverse views on offer throughout the year. Some scenes are familiar and famous the world over whilst others are real hidden gems, but each of them in its own way helps define the particular state of which it forms a part.
Glacier Bay National Park
It’s ironic that one of the main attractions of Alaska is busily melting away, but it’s not all bad news from a photographer’s point of view. While most of the more than 100,000 glaciers at Glacier Bay in Alaska are retreating and thinning, they’re doing so in great photogenic style, and the Margerie and Johns Hopkins glaciers are advancing, thanks to heavy snowfalls on the Fairweather Range (Saint Elias Mountains). The glaciers can be seen in finer detail by taking a boat out to Bartlett Cove, where you might even get to see a bear or a moose swimming across the bay.
Grand Canyon National Park
This Grand Canyon is one of the world’s biggest protected environments. The canyon is 277 miles long, a mile deep and 18 miles wide, and its sides are a layer cake of geological periods. Yaki Point offers one of the best spots for looking right down into the maw of the beast and is served by shuttle bus. From here, you can see the aptly named Cremation Creek riverbed to the east and see the bizarre mesas and buttes to the north around Clear Creek. The South Kaibab Trail is popular with hikers; this is a 6-mile trail that descends into the canyon from Yaki Point.
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