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The City with the Most Cosmopolitan Skyline in the World

It’s the most globalized, most international, most architecturally inclusive city in the world. The fact that it’s fictional is irrelevant.

It’s Babe’s city, and it’s the setting for one of the best cross-cultural films ever made— 439 more words


A Cumbrian Adventure (Part Six)

I was going to call this Part Seven and then watch everybody scrabble around looking for Part Six but decided that would be cruel. These are the next set of photos from Hardknott Pass in the Lake District.


Charleston - Rainbow Alley

Rainbow Row – a vibrant stretch of mid-1700s homes and one of Charleston’s most unique, colorful landmarks.


Croke Park: Where Passion and Power Collide

The Facts

Welcome to Croke Park!

With a capacity of 82,500 people, Croke Park is the third largest stadium in Europe. Fun fact: Croke Park’s capacity is… 964 more words


Stepping Stones?

This is another image from the other night on San Francisco’s Embarcadero.  Because of the high tide at the time, the old pier pilings look like stepping stones as they lead right toward the Ferry Building in the distance. 20 more words

Dan Shehan Photography

Walkabout #2: The Fleet by foot

London’s famous river Fleet rises in the salubrious climes of Hampstead ponds and deposits itself in the Thames at Blackfriars. Having once been a progenitor of numerous wells and springs, the river lost its way and course when appropriated by the building of the railways, whilst early industrial London polluted it beyond forbearance. 503 more words

Kings Cross


For those in the market for something unusual or offbeat–the world’s largest ketchup bottle is on the market for a mere $200,000.

How could this be? 325 more words