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.
A lovely landscape scene of the Cheviot Hills in Northumberland
Marilyn Jones's Caribbean cruise included this amazing sunset, shot from the cruise ship's deck.
Travel Rob shows us where to see some of the best views of Tokyo.
Jonathan L takes us to see an aspect he loves in Central Park: its water features, the ponds, streams and lakes that make it so memorable.
Verona is one of PHeymont's favorite cities; here he shares some pairs of views of Verona, in different light.
Ian Cook shares some great photos and the story behind caves in a small beach town in Crete.
Almost a Christmas card! GarryRF's friend has moved to Kamloops, in British Columbia, and sent this picture.
Samantha visits Central Park's Wollman Rink, popular with tourists and locals alike.
Paul Hunter presents a lovely image of the Arkengarthdale, a valley in the most northern region of the Yorkshire dales.
Percheron horses are a powerful and ancient horse, probably dating back to Roman times. Modern Percherons originated from Normandy. These horses live at the Bar U Ranch in Alberta and are descendants of these sturdy, hard-working animals.
Sarcee shares a lovely scene of a sunset reflected in a pond
In Chartres, a monument shows its history, with its date given in the French Revolutionary calendar.