In Liverpool, on a gray morning, this flashy carousel horse caught PHeymont's attention.
A visit to England's Northwest led PHeymont to a new appreciation for the industrial building materials that help give the area's cities their look.
A new trend in 'green building' may be emerging with the construction of a 24-story wood building in Vienna and a taller one planned for London.
Another Chinese reproduction of western architecture, this time with 16th century villages where Shakespeare and Cervantes were born.
An early Autumn storm seen over Liverpool Bay by GarryRF puts an end to summer and summer flowers.
A proposed nude nightclub forgot to plan for lockers and security; they'll try again soon.
A neighborhood with a "certain reputation" keeps up its appearances and attraction while also becoming a foodie heaven.
Speke Hall is a fabulous Tudor mansion with a Victorian interior—and beautiful grounds and gardens that make the house almost an afterthought.
The drama of a storm, captured in a series of photos by ViewFromTheChair.
Young lamb seems a bit taken aback by PHeymont's attention, but nothing interrupts its mother's breakfast of grass.
Harbottle Castle is a ruined medieval castle in the village of Harbottle, Northumberland. The present castle was built about 1160.
Original engines from the ages of steam, rebuilt and running on the North York Moors line from Pickering to Whitby. A truly memorable experience for lovers of steam.
London's East End has quite a bit of unusual street art, with all kinds of viewpoints. Here's a selection for you!
Ubiquitous, sometimes noisy, heralds of the seashore, gulls soar with great beauty...and don't look bad on the ground.
In a neighborhood populated by waves of immigrants for centuries, the food is varied...and wonderful.