The Abbey Church in, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, is the second largest parish church in the country and a former Benedictine monastery.
Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic spiral ramp identifies the Guggenheim Museum in NYC, and Jonathan L revisits it to show us how well it works.
Grand Escapades shares beautiful images of the colorful and massive salt lake of Bolivia, situated at high altitude in its mountains. And of the flamingos that dwell there.
An everyday scene of shopping in Yangon, fully of color and activity.
At the People's History Museum in Manchester, England, a reminder of how the Industrial Revolution changed our relationship with time and with others.
Waiting like a dog whose master might be eating inside, this gorgeous specimen advertises the Iberian ham to be had inside.
A busy harbor with great views and water so clear you can see sealife at the bottom: SeeSaw brings us a great view from Grenada.
Built in 1939 atop Enger Hill, this five story tower provides visitors with a spectacular panoramic view of Duluth Minnesota and Superior Wisconsin.
Possibly the most famous clock tower in the world...but Samantha reminds us that it's actually the bell and not the clock and tower that is Big Ben!
Talented Landscape Photographer, Paul Hunter, shares a photo of the Fells around Reeth in the Yorkshire Dales.
Travel Rob reviews Sweet Potatoes, a restaurant in downtown Winston-Salem, North Carolina. See why it represents the city very well!
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.'