While driving through Western New York, Jonathan L found this abandoned mansion and learned its story from the owners.
A street sculpture honoring the famous who have made Liverpool their home has taken on a different meaning for many, a memorial to emigrants.
Grey Traveller shares one of her favorite photos of children in Malawi from a school where she volunteered.
This historic university has a very impressive list of alumni and professors.
Recently we were in Vancouver, Canada and we were lucky enough to spend a little bit of time at Queen Elizabeth Park. It is a 130-acre jewel on Little Mountain. It is 152 meters above sea level and is the highest point in Vancouver. We were there on a very beautiful day and enjoyed walking around and soaking up the amazing atmosphere. I was amazed at how many things there were to see and do. Here are a few: Arboretum Celebration Pavilion Bloedel Floral Conservatory Fountains/Plaza Quarry...
Brimham Rocks - natural gritstone formations formed by erosion during the last ice age (Yorkshire Dales).
Ian Cook shares some cute photos of young herring gulls.
A classic photo of a winter storm in the Canadian Rockies, approaching the town of Banff
Greylag geese pose for a series of portraits by PHeymont on the banks of London's Regents Canal.
Some photos of Swan and Cygnets, Hollywell Nature Reserve, Northumberland, UK.
This is one of my favourite Castles. It has a moat around it. And it's still in use today with weddings and functions. This Castle is in East Sussex near the south coast of England. I love to see historic buildings that are kept "alive" .
Boulder, Colorado, is known for it's colorful assortment of residents. It would be hard to gather a more unusual collection of humanity than the street artists we found on Pearl Street.
The last train left a long time ago, but Marilyn Jones found that Bessemer's landmark railroad depot is still open for business as a museum.
Travel Rob visits the famous Lucky Chair in Victoria by the Sea on Prince Edward Island.
On a road trip I happened upon a classic car show in the parking lot outside the Packard Museum in Akron Ohio