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We started our small vacation to Salzburg with a stop in Heidelberg, Germany. To Salzburg from my door it is a 10 hour drive. And there I am not the youngest no…

The Mt Zion Covered Bridge is approximately 22 miles away from home near a small town named Springfield. I am including an old photo and an article written in…

The door of this house is located in the historic center of Speyer, which has so many buildings with landmark status that it has declared entire streets to be a…

I needed a couple of photos to illustrate a concept for an article I’m writing today so I popped over to Audley End to find a suitable subject. It didn’t take…

The goddess sculpture is totally taking a selfie of herself with her hunting trophy! The Leopoldsbrunnen (Leopold's Fountain) is a historic landmark dating back…

Daytime and Nighttime in Chicago "The clock of life is only wound once and nobody knows when it will stop". The Father Time clock is located at the…

Group of monuments and temples at Pattadakal, a Chalukyan era site which still stow grandeur past of medieval India and its culture, an archaeological and…

There’s nothing quite like a day at a steam railway when it comes to creating a sense of nostalgia. The Colne Valley and Halstead Railway, our destination today…

The brass-plated cobblestones shine in the low setting sun on the main pedestrian stretch of Heidelberg, the Hauptstraße. The special cobblestones are called…

When I’m visiting somewhere new, I always check if there are any nearby National Trust places to visit. Hidden away in the Georgian streets of Liverpool I found…

After we’d finished in the Metropolitan Cathedral today we strolled down towards the River Mersey. The waterfront is a wonderful location for photography, with…
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