June 26 was a very warm Saturday, and also the day of NYC's Pride March, the largest in the world. Washington Square Park's fountain became a draw for families and marchers!
Ubiquitous, sometimes noisy, heralds of the seashore, gulls soar with great beauty...and don't look bad on the ground.
One of the world's oldest monasteries, dating to the 4th century, Stavrovouni sits on a hilltop in Cyprus, where Ian Cook visited it.
GarryRF shows us the International Space Station, along with information on how to spot its passage over your area.
If you're a Beatles fan, Abbey Road has a special meaning. Samantha joins the thousands who come each year to the scene of the album cover.
A disused lock and Melbourne Marina in Yorkshire. Some of the canals are overgrown and are gradually being cleared.
A scenic moment along the roadside in Alsace's famous Wine Route.
A recent shot of the Perseid Meteor shower taken outside Elbow Falls. This definitely is my best shot of the Milky Way yet, with a meteorite streaking over the mountains.
A familiar name reminds PHeymont of the long-running country-house show...and it was only minutes away from a genuine 'stately home.'
Ian Cook shares some dusk and evening photos of historic Paphos Castle in Cyprus.
Our Pic of the Day highlights some scenes from a field of ripened wheat in eastern Washington state.
At Winnipeg Airport, DrFumblefinger enjoyed brilliant views of sunset, some with planes silhouetted against the sky.
Sunrise is an hour away as I make my way along the wide pathway to Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world located just north of Siem Reap. I am joined by 15 other Exodus Travels tourists and our guide Vanney. On the edge of a reflecting pool hundreds of other visitors jockey for position to get the best photo of the sun rising over the temple. Angkor Wat was built in the first half of the 12 th century. Estimated construction time is 30 years. Built by King Suryavarman II...
Vivie stops at the Gaspesian British Heritage Village and shares the houses and antiques there that take us on a journey down memory lane.
Many people walk up and down 5th Ave. past Rockefeller Center. They look in the windows. They at the garden and at the Prometheus statue. I am not sure how many people look up at the buildings to see the decorative work built there. Originally the building and even the entrances were given different themes, and were decorated accordingly.