Gumbo was visiting the tomb of Emperor Humayun in Delhi. Said to be a fusion of Indian and Persian architectural styles, it was the first garden-tomb to be built in the country.
DrFumblefinger visits remote Kluane National Park in the Yukon territory. The park is home to most of the largest mountains in Canada, including it's tallest peak, Mt. Logan. It is home to hundreds of glaciers and forms part of the world's largest non-polar ice cap.
DrFumblefinger explores Brussel's Grand-Place, the old market square which is lined by an assortment of interesting and beautiful buildings. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
DrFumblefinger comes across this unusually shaped pine tree while hiking in Banff National Park
Join Marilyn Jones on an exploration of some of the world's most unusual buildings and their furnishings.
Professor Abe shares the beautiful sights of the grounds and buildings of Sanssouci Park in Potsdam, Germany. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the photos of wildlife he snapped while visiting Everglades National Park.
DrFumblefinger is equally fascinated and repelled by alligators. Here's photos of some he encountered while in Everglades National Park recently.
DrFumblefinger comes across a well-camouflaged alligator at late dusk in Everglades National Park.
DrFumblefinger enjoys a lovely view of Peyto Lake, situated near Bow Summit in the Alberta Rockies.
A small city with a big impact on many others, Vicenza was the home and laboratory of Andrea Palladio, the 16th-century master of architecture.
Kew Gardens is chock-full of history, ornamental buildings and superlatives, but the best part is that it's a beautiful place to spend a day.
DrFumblefinger visited the Rideau Canal when in Ottawa. It is one of Canada's UNESCO World Heritage sites.
UNESCO adds 19 new World Heritage sites, but ducks a request by France and Belgium to recognize World War I sites.
The city destroyed by a volcanic eruption nearly 2,000 years ago is beefing up security against vandalism and possible terrorism.