Salisbury Cathedral has the tallest church spire in Britain.
Located in the south of England, the town of Salisbury is famous for its cathedral. Consecrated for more than 750 years, Salisbury’s Cathedral has Britain’s tallest church (more…)
Near Wahweap Marina on the border of Utah and Arizona, Lone Rock, an island in Lake Powell, is seemingly on the verge of becoming part of the mainland.
As of January 2014, Lake Powell, the second largest reservoir in the United States, is at 40% of full capacity. The water level is 121 feet below the lake’s full pool height. For (more…)
Waves of Navajo sandstone in Lower Antelope Canyon
Just outside the town of Page, Arizona State Route 98 passes over a water-carved gash the desert sandstone. Ruts are common roadside features in the desert southwest; the (more…)
These hoodoos, high on the ridge above, really do look like toadstools.
Between Kanab Utah and Page Arizona, on the north side of US 89 between mile marker 19 and 20, is a marked trailhead that is the start of a path to a toadstool rock (more…)
Axl on his throne.
In the spirit of the New Year, I’ve selected an arbitrary set as my favorite pictures of the year. There’s no particular order to the pictures. It was hard enough to the trim the possibles to twenty.
Aménagement de l’antichambre des appartements privés du palais de l’Elysée pour le Président Georges Pompidou, 1974
Though I’ve seen the outside of the Centre Georges Pompidou several times, I only recently looked inside. It’s worth a visit. Visiting modern art museums is thought (more…)
In Paris all roads lead to the Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile. At least that’s what it seems like from the top of the monument. And it looks that way on the map too. Twelve roads (more…)
Looking up at the Guinness Storehouse
Dublin is a drinking destination. For many, a visit to Ireland’s capital comes with plans to consume more than a few pints at the city’s pubs. Beyond the colorful street-side (more…)
Located on O’Connell Street in Dublin, at the site once occupied by Nelson’s Pillar, is the Spire of Dublin. Known also as the Monument of Light, Dublin’s spire is a narrow, (more…)
La Géode theater at Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie
I’ll be brutally honest. Though Paris’ Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie is by far the most visited tech museum in the world, it is not the best. The science museum’s (more…)