Photography Gallery 2Photo Galleries << Previous 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Next >>
Small Breed of Dog Guarding a Roof in Central Italy Next to Lake Bracciano. Northern Lazio Province.
On the Quiet Side of a Tuscan Gate: Travelers and Tourists Take in the Sights of Florence, Italy
Office With a Window: Dark Horse Relaxes by Taking in the Visitors to Turtleback Zoo, New Jersey
Turtle Back Zoo, is a zoo in West Orange, New Jersey as part of the South Mountain Recreation Complex. Situated on 18 acres (7.3?ha) the South Mountain Reservation, it is part of the Essex County Park System, the oldest county park system in the United States. Founded in 1963, the zoo was originally a showcase for animals indigenous to New Jersey, but currently features species from every continent except Antarctica. Located adjacent to the Richard J. Codey Arena, practice home of the New Jersey Devils, the zoo is open year-round.
Let's Eat Al Fresco on the Edge of an Ancient Dormant Volcano: Vast Expanse of Lake Bracciano, Italy
Skull as Art: Placed on Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City. Part of the National Day of the Dead Festival.
Paseo de la Reforma is a wide avenue that runs in a straight line, cutting diagonally across Mexico City. It was designed by Ferdinand von Rosenzweig in the 1860s and modeled after the great boulevards of Europe, such as Vienna's Ringstrasse or the Champs-?lys?es in Paris. It was Emperor Maximilians wish to directly link his Imperial residence, Chapultepec Castle, with the National Palace in the city center. It runs from Chapultepec Park, passes alongside the Torre Mayor, and continues through the Zona Rosa and then to the Z?calo by Ju?rez Avenue and Francisco I. Madero Street.
Philadelphia Girl: Walking on the Sidewalk Witha a Big Bag
Sunset Boulevard Girls: Ready for a Night on the Town. Los Angeles, California.
Step Towards the Malibu Fog: Bare Branches, Yellow Dirt, Dry Scrub, Big Stones and Gentle Mist
Church in San Antonio, Texas
Notre Dame Gargoyles Scaring Away Evil Spirits and Attracting People to the Medieval Cathedral
Sacred Heart Cathedral Basilica Looming Over Branchbrook Park in Northern Newark, New Jersey
On Charles Street, Baltimore, You Discover This Slightly Disturbing Sculpture
Sway Architecture in Central Bohemia: Fred and Ginger Building, Prague
Triceratops and Stegasaurus. Dinosaurs on the loose and Splashing Around in Seattle, Washington
Purple, Pink and Orange: Puente Romano (Roman Bridge) at Sunset, Cordoba, Spain
The Roman bridge of C?rdoba is a bridge in C?rdoba, Andalusia, southern Spain, built in the early 1st century BC across the Guadalquivir river. It is included in the small preserved area known as Sotos de la Albolafia. Source: Wikipedia
Mardi Gras World in New Orleans: A Giant Bird With a Surprised Man's Head
Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World, MGW, is a tourist attraction in New Orleans, Louisiana. Guests tour the working warehouse where floats are made for Mardi Gras parades in New Orleans. Mardi Gras World is located on the Mississippi River next to the Morial Convention Center, and also hosts private parties and corporate events.
Pastel Colored Village Church in Zarcero, Also Known as Costa Rica's Topiary Capital
Early Evening, Walking Like an Idiot Along the Side of the Road. Coronado, Southern California
Coronado, also Coronado Island, is an affluent resort city located in San Diego County, California, 5.2 miles from downtown San Diego. Its population was 24,697 at the 2010 census, up from 24,100 at the 2000 census. U.S. News and World Report lists Coronado as one of the most expensive places to reside in the United States. Coronado lies on a peninsula connected to the mainland by a 10-mile isthmus called the Silver Strand (locally, The Strand.) Locals call Coronado The Island or Coronado Island, and denote the core living and business area as The Village. Source: Wikipedia.