Pierre Renault shares some summer scenes from the Alberta prairies.
It's a 105-foot cascade that's 'pretty darn cool;' waterfall-lover Samantha says it's worth the hike!
Paul Hunter shares some of the views from Cleveland Way, a popular walking trail in North Yorkshire.
Travel Rob shows us a lighthouse in P.E. I. with one of the most spectacular views he's ever seen.
Jonathan L lets us in on a New York astronomy secret: A sculpture that's actually a sun triangle, tuned to the four annual equinoxes and solstices!
DrFumblefinger visits the home of a village potter in Rajasthan, and learns a few lessons in molding clay and the Caste system.
Located in the Lake Garda region of Italy, these features are of glacial origin were formed by waters of the glacier, which crashed into crevices causing a swirling motion of pebbles that slowly eroded the rock.
GarryRF takes us to a pub that's been pulling pints for 800 years.
We at TravelGumbo have heard of herding cats, but this is our first exposure to shepherding ducks. ProfessorAbe illustrates.
While visiting a Tuscan resort, Marilyn Jones joins a tour to a less-known site with fabulous frescoes.
In today's Pic of the Day, Professor Abe shares photos of an unusual fishing contraption used in Kerala, India.
On a warm summer's day, a boy is just cooling off in the fountain at Battery Park, at the southern tip Manhattan.
Late in the evening, PHeymont and his wife found a vendor selling juices and smoothies, and providing the only splash of color.
SeeSaw visits Geneva's St Pierre Cathedral, John Calvin's home church, and shares great views of the city's Old Town.
While attending a family function in the Carson City Nevada area, Ottoman took advantage of a free afternoon and drove to Lake Tahoe.