GarryRF shares a haunting pircture from a place where extreme tides can extend the beach from 15 feet to 4 miles.
View from the Chair Photography shares today's Pic of the Day, an interesting perspective of Love locks on the High Level Bridge in Newcastle.
Through an early morning mist, Marilyn Jones caught this memorable view of Hungary's largest building.
Travel Rob snaps a photo of a Parisian street that shows one of the prettiest buildings in Paris, the BNP Paribas Investment Partners Headquarters
Jonathan L visits the Garden's old growth forest, where only minimal maintenance is allowed to interfere with nature.
A topiary gardener, perhaps creating topiary of his own in London's Regent's Park
PHeymont posts a winter reminder of gentler days in the spring, when these retro ice cream trucks were gathered at Albert Dock.
Sarcee share a few winter photos taken in Calgary a few days ago featuring a Bohemian Waxwing eating berries off of a Siberian Crab Tree.
A visit with Samantha to a district rich in different architectural styles, interesting antique stores, and a BBQ lunch.
Paul Hunter shares a pretty scene from the bank of a river in the North Yorkshire village of Crakehall.
Situated on the TransCanada Highway in Kenora, Ontario, beside beautiful Lake of the Woods is Husky, one of the biggest fish you'll ever see.
GrandEscapades shares photos and memories of cruising down one of the world's most dangerous roads -- now a memorable bike lane -- in the beautiful mountains of Bolivia
George G shares a photo taken while visiting Austria. A plaque recognizing the birthplace of Joseph Mohr, the priest who wrote the lyrics of the beloved Christmas Carol, Silent Night.
A sad reminder of how familiar institutions come to an end: PHeymont found this London police call phone serving as its own memorial.
While exploring Fashion Island, I came across a group of people putting the finishing touches on a beautiful Christmas tree.