Stunning and Original Christmas Trees

Correction:Christmas trees don’t grow on trees;they need rainbows,lumberjacks,and Leprechauns on unicorns playing jock jams on glockenspiels. – Ryan Ross

Beijing’s Fiber Optic Christmas Tree

The 2009 Official White House Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree-Like Worms

Christmas Tree at Plazza Del Duomo in Milan, Italy

Christmas Tree

Original Giant  Cardboard Christmas Tree

Beer Bottle Christmas Tree

Cactus Christmas Tree

Tallest Christmas Tree, Mexico

World‘s Largest Christmas Tree

Very Small Christmas Tree


Worlds Most Expensive Cat Breed – Ashera

Once known as the most adorable pet person can posses, cats now are also known as living home decoration, especially the larger breeds of cats. As the size increases so does the price. Curently the biggest and the most expensive cat breed is Ashera.

This cat breed is well known for their intelligence, I quess it’s trying to call someone.

Pricing: average price of thse animals is $22,000. Hypoallergenic cat costs $37,000 and cats with rare markings costs for up to $125,000.

About the cat breed: ashera is a hybrid between Asian leopard cat and doestic housecat. These cats weigh up to 40 lbs.

Fun Fact : the most expensive cat ever sold cost $40,000 . The cat was named Cato it was Bengal cat breed.

The Most Expensive House: Antilia

House was always one of three human necessities that are essential. However simple roof over the head isn’t enough anymore. House over the year became the symbol of power and influence on other, although everybody acknowledges, not everybody strives for it. However somebody apparently put a lot of time and effort into the house I’m going to introduce to you. Recognized as most expensive house in the world is called Antilia.

The price of Antilia is $1,000,000,000.

Building location: South Mumbai,  building is situated on an ocean-facing 4,532 square metres (48,780 sq ft) plot at Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill.

Owner: businessman Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries.

Some shocking features:  to maintain the residence a full-time staff of 600 is required; building has parking space for 168 cars; 400,000 square feet (37,000 m2) of living space; a one-floor vehicle maintenance facility; nine elevators in the lobby;  three helipads and an air traffic control facility;  health spa, yoga studio, small theatre with a seating capacity for 50 on the eighth floor,  there is a swimming pool, three floors of hanging gardens, and a ballroom;  custom hand carved rare marble pillars and stonework; worlds largest collection of antique sewing machines.

Fun fact: currently the most expensive building in the world is The Shard, London, building costs $3,900,000,000 .

Most expensive Phone – iphone 4 “Diamond Rose”

iPhone is well know for it’s creativity especially when it comes to Apps, however iPhone found the way to top itself by getting Stuart Hughes to come up with most expensive iPhone design to date. The most expensive cell phone today iPhone 4 Diamond Rose  costs $8 million dollars topping it’s competitor Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme by $4.8 million.

Where does this price come from ?

Since pure gold is too soft to withstand daily use it is alloyed with mixtures of metals like silver, copper, palladium and zinc for strength and durability. 18k gold is composed of 75% gold and 25% other metals, which makes phone even more expensive and more durable. Majority of platinum pieces is 95% pure and combined with 5% other metals.

And of course most expensive phone must contain diamonds, right ? Well this one has approx 500 individual flawless diamonds which total over 100ct.

The rear section is formed using rose gold with added touch of rose gold Apple logo and 53 diamonds.The main navigation is made from platinum which hold single cut 7.4ct pink diamond which can be replaced with rare 8ct Flawless diamond. The chest which hold unique handset is made from single block of Granite , in Imperial Pink with the inner lined with Nubuck top grain leather, which weight is whopping 7kg. Not surprisingly only two of these masterpieces were made.

“You want how much for this?” – 5 ridiculously expensive things

How often do you buy something and after some time you think “what the hell I was thinkig ?”, well regret no more, in this article I will show how much money people are willing to spend for

#1  RF Wireless Laser Mouse

Price: $24,000

Why so expensive ?  Mouse is cast from 18 carat white gold and set with 59 brilliant diamonds.

#2 Keyboard

Price: $28,000

Why so expensive ? It’s a keyboard designed to do both audio and visual desktop media production.

#3 License Plate “1”

Price: $7 million

Why so expensive ? As the buyer said “because it’s the best number”.

#4 Tiffany “Lotus” Lamp 1906

Price: $2,8 million

Why so expensive ? Lamp is made of bronze with leaded stained glass set in a mosaic pattern. Overall value comes from art and age perspective.

#5 Aurora Diamante fountain pen

Price: $1,470,600

Why so expensive ?  The Aurora Diamante contains over 30 carats of De Beers diamonds on a solid platinum barrel. It has a two-tone, rhodium-treated, 18KT solid gold nib and is personalized with a coat of arms, signature or portrait.

Most Expensive Motorcycle Dodge Tomahawk $555,000

When it comes to motorcycles the  price rarely goes over $1 million, highest pricing motorcycle to date is Harley Davidson designed by Jack Armstrog, however due to it’s horrible design and lack of taste this Harley Davidson didn’t make my list, yes it costs $1 million, but it looks like trash can with some red paint work. Instead I will be introducing you to Dodge  Tomahawk, if you like Tron, you’ll like this one.

Release: Dodge Tomahawk was introduced by Dodge at the 2003 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan.

Design: due to bikes design it is non-street legal concept vehicle. Dodge emphasized that the bikes were “rolling sculptures” not intended to be ridden.

Price: hand-built examples of the Tomahawk were offered for sale through the Neiman Marcus catalog at a price of US$ 555,000, and up to nine of them might have sold.

Speed:  Dodge initially announced the top speed of the Tomahawk was estimated at 420 miles per hour (680 km/h), but later revised this downward to 300 miles per hour (480 km/h), and spokesmen did not answer questions on how this estimate was calculated. Wolfgang Bernhard, Chrysler Group chief operating officer at the time, said in 2003 that no one had ridden the Tomahawk faster than 100 miles per hour (160 km/h).

Brief “Under the Hood”: the Art Deco design was the work of Chrysler staff designer Mark Walters and featured the 500 horsepower (370 kW) 8.3-litre (510 cu in) V10 SRT10 engine from the Dodge Viper. Torque: 525 lb·ft (712 N·m). Transmission: 2-speed. SUspension: Front: Horizontal double fork. Brakes: Front: 16 piston disc, Rear: 8 piston disc. Tires: Front (2): 20″x4″, Rear (2): 20″x5″. Weight: 1,500 lb (680 kg). Fuel capacity: 3.35 US gal (12.7 l; 2.79 imp gal).

#2 Most Expensive Collectible Car Ferrari 250 GTO $35 million

Since the day it was manufactured Ferrari 250 GTO managed to stay in the first when it comes to racing and pricing, it’s one of most appreciated cars in collectors community.

Selling history: Ferrari 250 GTO was made for race driver Stirling Moss, it has become the most expensive car sold in private transaction for $35 million.

Brief history: Ferrari 250 GTO was produced by Ferrari from 1963 to 1964  for homologation into the FIA’s Group 3 Grand Touring Car category. Numeric part of it’s title denotes the displacement in cubic meters of each cylinder of the engine. GTO stands for “Gran Turismo Omologata”, Italian for “Grand Touring Homologated”.When new, the GTO commanded an $18,000 purchase price in the United States, and buyers had to be personally approved by Enzo Ferrari and his dealer for North America, Luigi Chinetti.

Specifications: Ferrari 250 GTO was designed to compete in GT racing. It was based on the 250 GT SWB .Chief engineer Giotto Bizzarrini installed the 3.0 L V12 engine from the 250 Testa Rossa into the chassis from the 250 GT SWB and worked with designer Sergio Scaglietti to develop the body. After Bizzarrini and most other Ferrari engineers were fired in a dispute with Enzo Ferrari, development was handed over to new engineer Mauro Forghieri, who worked with Scaglietti to continue development of the body, including wind tunnel and track testing. Unlike most Ferraris, it was not designed by a specific individual or design house.


Contribution appreciated: add your suggestions for high priced automobiles or alternative for this one.