DrFumblefinger visit s the Old Clock Tower in Halifax, an iconic building gifted to the city's tardy resident's by Prince Edward, Queen Victoria's father. It has kept time over the city for over 200 years.
DrFumblefinger shares one of the most interesting works of public art he's ever seen, the Fountains in the monstrous and fascinating Dubai Mall
Powered by abundant geo-thermal energy, Iceland has found a way to grow market produce year-round.
Ian Cook shares one of the United Kingdom's most beloved monuments, that dedicated to British Commando Forces. The monument offers panoramic views, including of Ben Nevis and Aonach Mòr.
Professor Abe shares some lovely coastal scenes from his lovely home-country of Wales.
Samantha shares some sunset photos from Lake Havasu and says it was one of the more memorable parts of her trip.
A tiny town along the Danube with a long history shows off its charm for veteran traveler Marilyn Jones.
Travel Rob visits an icon of the Moncton skyline, the Bell Aliant Tower.
Visiting an empty beach in Westport, Washington, I found only sand, sun and these lovely sandpipers.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the lively and colorful street art from the San Telmo neighborhood of Buenos Aires.
Ian Cook shares photos of a pretty waterfall in today's Pic of the Day.
Just when you thought it was safe to go out in your shorts again - the wind turns from the Sahara and a pleasant 10c. to Siberia, Russia. The Thermometer drops to minus16c. Looks pretty on photos though.
Professor Abe visits the picturesque town of Ait-Ben-Haddou, Morocco. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a very photogenic destination.
Paul Hunter shares wonderful photos of the living legacy of North Yorkshire's fabulous railroad legacy!
DrFumblefinger visits the textile souk in Dubai. Housed in a covered and restored market area, it is a colorful place if you like to buy cloth and related materials.