Hjerl Hede Open Air Museum is the largest open-air museum in Denmark. It shows the history of rural life in Denmark - with a main focus on the period from approx 1800 until 1950.
On a block where everything else is still green, a row of trees puts on a spectacular display for last year's first day of fall.
A river with an unusual name, situated in a place of natural spectacular beauty, has formed an unusual natural bridge in Yoho National Park.
Samantha takes us back to Lake Havasu, and the story of how the 1830 London Bridge came to the American desert.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of a lovely beach, and the mystery of a large boulder suddenly appeared on it.
The drama of a storm, captured in a series of photos by ViewFromTheChair.
2,500 years ago this place most likely held the greatest wealth on earth. Grand Escapades visits Pasargadae where it all started - the large Achaemenid Empire with Cyrus (580 - 529 BC) as its first king.
Houseboats on the Seine, remembered by PHeymont
Young lamb seems a bit taken aback by PHeymont's attention, but nothing interrupts its mother's breakfast of grass.
Paisley Park, home of Prince Rogers Nelson (June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016), an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, and actor.
Two scenes illustrate the wide variety of Yoho National Park, in British Colombia: canoeing in an emerald lake, at the foot of glaciers.
Join Marilyn Jones for part 2 of her series of visits to the beautiful ancient temples of Cambodia.
The most beautiful peach of all is also a working fruit, serving as a miner's canary for wine growers.
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.