The facade of the Paoay Church has been heavily photographed, but the park in front of it is beautiful too.
I have been to Jerusalem many times, but it was only this time around that I got a chance to see the old city from Mount of Olives at night…and what an incredible view!
The Oslo Opera House was designed like an iceberg. One can actually walk on its roof from where this photo was taken. The reflection on the glass window was amazing.
The Oslo Ski jump is one of the most spectacular engineering structure of our time.
On a visit to Sault Ste. Marie, I saw this site not far from the hotel where I stayed. There’s the railway bridge, which can actually be moved to connect with another…and then, there was also the canal that can bring the boat from the lower side to the upper side of the lake.
Looking down from the veranda of the Ludwig Castle, one can see this older castle and the surrounding landscape. It is from this castle that a child would one day set his eyes to build a bigger and more spectacular structure further up the mountain.
The Abbey of Einsiedeln in Switzerland has a horse stable and some parts of the building are where the horses are being bred.
The Market Square in Bruges, Belgium is as it was in the olden days the place to shop and dine… taken in the middle of the day.
While visiting a relative in New York, I was amazed at the scenery from the window of her apartment. There are Tudor inspired buildings and there is even the United Nations.
A tool shed in Gutach, Germany (Black Forest)