A photo of Roseberry Topping from Gribdale, after tree felling.
An up close look at an osprey on its nesting platform. Osprey are commonly called fish eagles and are very adept at catching fish -- which lazier bald eagles often steal from them.
Persian religious architecture ranks among the most spectacular and refined. In Esfahan, you can fully grasp the uniqueness of this architecture.
Along the Mersey in Liverpool, a low tide brings opportunity for gulls to scavenge, and for PHeymont to turn his lens on the birds, again.
A series of photos of people canoeing Low Force, River Tees, Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham.
The Callanish Stones, a crucifix shaped setting of standing stones - was erected in the Hebrides around 3,000 years before Christ appeared.
In Liverpool, on a gray morning, this flashy carousel horse caught PHeymont's attention.
In the final post of a series, Marilyn Jones visits the Citadel of Women, in a 10th-century complex that was originally Hindu.
Travel Rob shows us the Santa Monica Pier. The pier with its iconic sign is one of the most famous places in California.
I have had several opportunities to walk through Central Park over the past month. One of my favorite places is The Lake. It is place that draws people, even on a cloudy day.
An early Autumn storm seen over Liverpool Bay by GarryRF puts an end to summer and summer flowers.
Ian Cook shares wonderful photos of a beautiful and historic fountain in a small village on the island of Crete.
A showcase of annuals bordering a walk shows off plants adapted to different micro-climates.
Samantha takes us to a landmark near Los Angeles International; it's a memorable giant donut atop an ordinary donut shop.
Is there anything more Bavarian than alpine horns? George G shares our Pic of the Day.