Barrio Brazil is one of the older neighborhoods in Santiago. It was spared damage during the past several earthquakes, and it has some really fascinating doors.
PHeymont finds the lionfish intriguing: its bright colors are quite visible here, but not against corals...and even its shape is hard to define.
Ian Cook shares some photos of beautiful but isolated and hard to get to Balos Beach and Lagoon in Crete.
A bit of history today, as GarryRF tells us the story of these early steam-driven farm machines, and the origin of 'horsepower.'
A great reflection of Tyne Bridge, Newcastle Upon Tyne, captured by ViewfromtheChair photography
The gardens at Atitlan Hotel & Gardens in Solola, Guatemala are a haven for hummingbirds, such as this one, captured by Marilyn Jones.
This youngster is Bradley Bartlett-Roche, a very talented Busker I came across when visiting Boston last year
Sarcee presents a few photos of ivy covered walls from Kingston, Ontario.
Unveiled by Queen Elizabeth on the 60th anniversary of World War II's end, the statue honors all the roles women played in winning the war.
A few images of the beautiful St Nicholas Church, Georgioupoli, in Crete, Greece.
A beautiful flower cart in my wife's favorite "must see" French town, Niedernai.
Angel of the North, Gatehead, North East UK. A contemporary sculpture of an angel set on a hill, completed in 1988. The scupture measures 20 m (66 ft) tall and 54 m (177 ft) across.
An old stone barn, Appleton le Street, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, beautifully captured by Paul Hunter.
Vivie takes you to Ministers Island in New Brunswick. See how the estate showcases the hobbies of the late Sir William Van Horne, President of Canadian Pacific Railway.
I spent The Day of the Dead in Mérida, Mexico where people create 3 level altars to celebrate their ancestors.