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A fun walk along Shelter Island Drive.

This morning I headed to Point Loma to visit three sites participating in the San Diego Architectural Foundation’s 2019 OPEN HOUSE SAN DIEGO. All three are located in a neighborhood at the foot of Shelter Island–an area once populated by many Portuguese fishermen. 506 more words

Sculptures in Anza-Borrego

Many, many years ago before the Anza-Borrego desert was a desert it was bustling with life, forests and lakes. Fossils from a large variety of animals like saber-tooth cats, mammoths and even camels, have been found in the area. 361 more words

St. Mary Cemetery, Norwich, CT

A Stone Carving of a Praying Angel Seen on the Shannon Family Mausoleum at St.Mary Cemetery in Norwich, CT


Bee Caves Sculpture Park | Bee Caves, Texas

The Bee Caves Sculpture Park weaves throughout 7-acre natural setting showcasing a combination of permanent and rotating sculptures. There is also a spring-fed pond. It will take you about 30 minutes walk to take a look at the art unless you bring your lunch, there are some colorful chairs waiting for you. 120 more words

Roadside Attractions

Kaaba Door - باب الكعبة المشرفة

This is the entrance of the Ka’bah on its eastern side. Originally it was at ground level but was raised when the Quraysh rebuilt the Ka’bah. 124 more words


Eastern States Exposition Grounds, West Springfield, MA

A Winged Gargoyle With His Tongue Hanging Out and His Face in His Hands For Sale at the Better Living Center on the Eastern States Exposition Grounds in West Springfield, MA During The Big E Last September