Samantha shares a tribute to a uniquely Western phenomenon—professional bullriders.
DrFumblefinger visits the historic and popular La Biela café in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Recoleta. It is thought to be the oldest café in the city.
DrFumblefinger loves to study and photograph classic old cars, such as this beauty from the 1940s.
Gilles encounters an interesting New Year's tradition in the Phonsavanh region of Laos.
Retired from its centuries-long military career, Verona's fortifications are still formidable.
A huge whimsical sculpture is meant to cheer visitors and patients at NYU's Children's Hospital
GarryRF brings us a photo of this 13th-century stronghold.
DrFumblefinger visits lovely St. Mary's Parish, in Banff. It was built in the 1950s of locally quarried rock.
Sunrise and colorful balloons! It's not hard to see why it was a highlight of Marilyn Jones's trip.
Travel Rob views this very fun and accessable sculptural display in Saint John, New Brunswick.
Jonathan L. takes us to South Bend, Indiana to see some classic Studebakers
In an era when monarchs all over Europe were building new 'suburban' palaces, the rulers of Bavaria were no exception...
DrFumblefinger comes across this unusually shaped pine tree while hiking in Banff National Park
DrFumblefinger shares the story of Sam Steele, the Lion of the Yukon. Sam kept law and order in the Klondike Gold Fields at a time when tens of thousands of would-be prospectors descended on the region in the late 19th century.
Samantha shares a Valentines day pic and says Happy Vanentine's Day everyone.