Ian Cook shares beautiful images of a Grey Heron fishing on Newton Ponds Nature Reserve, Northumberland.
Garry says no photo can do real justice to the colors of this tree, which some insist is the 'real' national tree of Cuba.
George G shares a visit to the Cambridge American Cemetery, the only permanent World War II Memorial in the British Isles.
Marilyn Jones takes a laid-back break on an Ohio Island.
Travel Rob shows a fun street art statue in Montreal
Lockport NY was part of the original Erie Canal. The locks above are part of the new canal (built in 1908).
Professor Abe shares some great photos of classic cars in Cuba! It's like stepping back in time.
A good view of Mount Fuji is not a guarantee for visitors to Japan, but SeeSaw was able to make several great images.
Ian Cook shares some beautiful photos of a mother and her brood on River Coquet, Northumberland. Goosanders are ducks who are also good fisherbirds.
Samantha visits this precarious landmark, 48 feet high and balancing on a skinny base.
While driving home yesterday, DrFumblefinger came across this beautiful rainbow near the small community of Millarville, Alberta
DrFumblefinger visits the most famous place to get a hot chocolate in Madrid, usually consumed with churros.
Grand Escapades shares some evocative aerial images of the Angkor temples in Cambodia.
GarryRF visits Cuba regularly, and comments on some of the things he sees and experiences.
A sign in Cassone near Lake Garda reads – in English as well as Italian, German and French – “River Aril, 175 meters, the shortest river in the world”.