A historic 18th century railway bridge is today's Picture of the Day, with beautiful photos and narrative from Ian Cook.
In a recent UK poll the Robin was voted as the wild bird we most like to see in our English Garden. This little chap stays all year. He gets food and clean water all winter. And in the summer months he keeps my apple tree free from greenfly and bugs that like my apples too. A timid little fellow - but he will attack any other Robin that invades his territory. He has a little family now and they make plenty of welcome noise.
On a recent drive across New York State, Jonathan L encountered these birds along the Erie Canal; two stood still for their portraits!
Marilyn Jones takes us to a sanctuary that rehabilitates injured seabirds and works to raise awareness of the perils they face.
Springtime is special in most English gardens, and that's very true of the Walled Garden within the Alnwick Garden, Northumberland
Grand Escapades shares a fascinating encounter with Gorillas in the misty hills of Rwanda in today's Pic of the Day.
PHeymont had never seen fringed tulips before an early spring walk through the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Hydra, the Greek island where Sophia Loren's classic, Boy on a Dolphin, was filmed, commemorates with a statue.
This interesting and attractive lighthouse has stood guard protecting ships entering and exiting Superior Bay since 1913.
A visit with Samantha to Seattle's architectural and cultural gem.
A spring scene of River Leven from Stokesley, North Yorkshire.
It's always fun to stumble across a wedding during our travels! DrFumblefinger shares photos of two weddings he encountered while staying at Colombo's Galle Face Hotel.
The place where it all began: Jonathan L takes us to the starting point of the 1849 California Gold Rush
In Naples' historic center an unusual street name and a traditional character combine for atmosphere.
A uniquely "Ian Cook" photo-essay of beautiful kingfishers doing what kingfishers do.