My Faves for Friday, December 07, 2007

“Photo of the Day: Storefront-Xmas-Tree.” This is a colorful, delightfully shaded holiday photograph. The photograph is presented for you in stunning high-resolution.

Seasons greetings to all, and I hope that you enjoy this one!!

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Josh Groban’s wonderful Christmas album was released in October and is titled Noel. Groban interprets holiday classics without sacrificing an ounce of the charm that has made them so beloved. The album debuted at Number One on the Billboard charts. This article includes great photographs, and two of Josh Groban’s music videos are included.

[tags: celebrities, Josh Grogan, Christmas album, Noel, music, music video, Christmas, photographs]

 

“Photo of the Day: Santa-Pretzel.” This is a very colorful and humorous holiday photograph. The photograph is presented for your enjoyment in superb high-resolution.

[tags: Photo of the Day, Christmas, Santa Claus, Santa, photograph, photography]

 

Knut stole German hearts from the moment he stepped out into his enclosure. But the baby polar bear has fans all over the world. Many of them traveled to Berlin this week to help him celebrate his first birthday. They came to Berlin from all over the world.

Photographs, a photo-gallery, and video are included. Enjoy!

[tags: Knut, polar bear, Berlin zoo, Germany, photographs, video]

 

L’eau Life is an animation film created to explore animating water in motion with water color. It captures both the feel of water and the emotion of being in it. It develops an energy that feels almost hypnotic, but happily so. It became a celebration of both water and summer. Photographs by Annie Leibovitz and the animation video are included

[tags: celebrities, video, animation, animation video, movie, film, animation film]

 

“The Beckhams Present: Their Pathetic History of Soccer in America.” This piece has a hilarious animation of David and Victoria Beckham coming to Los Angeles. Stunning photographs in high-resolution and the animation video are included.

Take a look and have a good laugh!!

[tags: David Beckham, Victoria Beckham, Posh, humor, video, animation video, sexy]

 

On its 75th Anniversary and forever young, The Radio City Rockettes and “The Christmas Spectacular” came flying into the Art Deco Radio Music Hall and proved to be nothing less than “Superspectacular.” This article includes wonderful, colorful photographs, and five videos of The Rockettes and this year’s Christmas Spectacular.

Take a look at this one and enjoy!!

[tags: video, music, Christmas, Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular, The Rockettes, Santa Claus, Santa]

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Fuzzy Knut Celebrates His First Birthday

The Fuzzy Guru Turns One

Knut’s birthday drew fans from around the world. Knut stole German hearts from the moment he stepped out into his enclosure. But the baby polar bear has fans all over the world. Many of them travelled to Berlin this week to help him celebrate his first birthday. They came to Berlin from all over the world. From Connecticut. From Belgium. From Tokyo. And all had a single mission in mind: Knut, the star polar bear at the Berlin Zoo, turned one year old on Wednesday, and his biggest fans, even those from far, far away, wanted to be there to celebrate with him.

Knut Celebrates His Birthday

Knut Making His Debut as a Baby Cub

Germany’s youngest celebrity, Knut the polar bear cub, made his much-anticipated public debut at Berlin Zoo on Friday and appeared unfazed by the media fracas surrounding the spritely little steps of his first excursion. The three-and-a-half-month old white cub padded gingerly around his new enclosure to the gasps and sighs of onlookers.

Fortified by a breakfast of porridge (perhaps oatmeal), the puppy-sized cub sniffed at the grass and rolled in the dust as he delighted the crowds. “I want to take him home,” said Daniel Wolff, five, whose mother had bought him a specially made “Knut” cuddly polar bear toy on sale on a stand outside the enclosure.

Knut stole the heart of Berliners after he was born in December, but was then rejected by his mother Tosca. A bearded zookeeper moved into the enclosure to look after him round the clock. But Knut’s fate grabbed global attention after an animal rights campaigner said hand-rearing polar bears was a violation of animal rights. German media interpreted his comments as a call for Knut to be put to sleep.

“We are not worried about Knut’s future,” Berlin Zoo vet Andre Schuele told reporters. “As a male he will grow big and strong. Polar bears are loners and he will be fine — it doesn’t matter that he has been hand-reared.”

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Knut and Leonardo DiCaprio: Photography by Annie Leibovitz

Leonardo DiCaprio and Knut: Photography by Annie Leibovitz

While the Bush administration continues to waste time dithering about whether or not to add polar bears to the endangered-species list, the world has been celebrating the birth of Knut, the darling cub born in captivity at The Berlin Zoo.  Now four months old, little Knut has become a powerful symbol of what we have to lose to global warming.  Famed photographer Annie Leibovitz has taken Knut’s portrait for the cover of this year’s Vanity Fair Green Issue.

In behind-the-scenes photographs presented in the short slideshow below, Leibovitz and Vanity Fair Senior Photography Producer Kathryn MacLeod show Knut at home in The Berlin Zoo, and portray actor/environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio at the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, in southeast Iceland.

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Behind the Scenes at the Annie Liebovitz Cover Shoot of Knut

Knut at the Berlin Zoo

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