Samantha shares some sights from a short trip to Scotland.
Some spring scenes from Great Ayton in North Yorkshire.
From his plane seat, DrFumblefinger captures the sun setting over the Bay of Fundy, as a storm breaks up over the Bay.
Nothing like melting ice to remind one that spring is just around the corner....
Seattle may have its Starbucks coffee, but Argentina has its mate. A look at southern South America's favorite caffeinated beverage.
Ian Cook shares a series of images from a grueling hike up Barranco De Guarimia on Gomera, Canary Islands.
A history lesson in travel: GarryRF tells us about a Liverpool "neighbor" who became a leading figure in the American Revolution.
Always ready for a hand-out, pelicans frequent many harbors and waterfronts. George G captured these images on the St. Augustine pier.
Marilyn Jones isn't a coffee drinker, but she found her visit to a tropical coffee producer an enjoyable learning experience.
Travel Rob takes a road trip and sees the Cabazon Dinosaurs along the way.
The Tortoise and the Hare mark the finish line of one of the most famous Cross-Country courses in the United States, in the Bronx, New York City.
No April Fooling today: this is one of the strangest museum exhibits PHeymont has seen. It's at Chile's National History Museum on Plaza de Armas.
In one of Santiago, Chile's most popular parks, this 1925 funicular leads to the top—and to a false impression that it's much, much older!
A sleepless night and a drive at 3 am lead to the creation of this wonderful skyline photo of Pierre's home city of Calgary.
On a cold winter's day, the view of the Manhattan Skyline from the Staten Island Ferry is a beautiful sight. And best of all, it's free.