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Staunch Guardians

OTHER WORLDLY SERIES – Out of a sci-fi novel, these guardians possess the power to hold back the forces of nature.

Photography

A New Conservation Movement: Preserving America's Historic Buildings

With our world becoming increasingly urbanized and more Americans ditching the suburbs and moving to cities, it’s more important than ever that we embrace and protect our built heritage.   759 more words

Opinion

Dark Chambers

OTHER WORLDLY SERIES – What is? Where is it? Many have been here. If you don’t know, more photos to come, to reveal its location.

Photography

The large Moreton Bay Fig tree in Balboa Park.

Have you visited Balboa Park? Perhaps you’ve seen an incredibly enormous tree standing between the San Diego Natural History Museum and Spanish Village. It’s impossible to miss! 280 more words

New London Bridge

A fine art print by J. Ripley Fagence available from Fine Art International.

New London Bridge opened in 1831, replacing the famous medieval London Bridge that had served the city since 1176. 208 more words

Architecture

Hampton Court Bridge

“Hampton Court Bridge” designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.

View at: http://fineartinternational.com/featured/hampton-court-bridge-justin-fagence.html

When I was I child we would often pass Lutyens’ Gatehouses and cross over his bridge at Runnymede ( that’s a work in progress that I must complete one day). 221 more words

Architecture