These cute little animals are suited for a cold climate. This Pika was found high in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, near the shore of Lake Louise.
Billed as the “Farthest North Antler Arch” and constructed in 2010, the site has become a popular tourist draw in Fairbanks.
Samantha and her husband saw many eagles on their recent trip to Juneau, Alaska.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the sights of a tea/snack stop while on the road in Rajasthan.
DrFumblefinger makes a stop outside the main building of the University of Copenhagen, where busts of the more famous professors are displayed.
DrFumblefinger visits an interesting piece of art outside the village of Uniontown in eastern Washington state.
PHeymont shares a post-midnight out-the-window view of New York's JFK
DrFumblefinger was lucky enough to get very close to a two-toed sloth while in Tortuguero National Park in Costa Rica.
Garry looks at Cuba as it re-opens to international guests.
DrFumblefinger enjoys a "free" visit to a butterfly garden while en-route to the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica.
Lisbon's maritime museum offers an unusual view of history, and of Portugal's role in European exploration
Travel Rob visits a beautiful old post office in Grand Falls, New Brunswick, Canada
Jonathan L walked around Saratoga Springs and found some beautiful public art.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of an abandoned farm on the prairies southeast of Calgary.
PHeymont pays homage to the work that goes into maintaining the beautiful heritage of ancient times.