Bug on the sunflower
A little waterfall in the Japanese Garden at the Montreal Botanical Garden.
Sunset on the Dolomites in Alta Val Badia - Italy
Inside Notre Dame
Big enough to hold 4,000 worshipers and breathtaking in the richness of its interior furnishings, the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal is a magnificent Neo-Gothic church. Designed in 1824 by James O'Donnell, an Irish-American Protestant architect from New York, the architect was so moved by the experience that he converted to Catholicism. Visitors to the basilica today can understand the impact.
An incredible sunset on Castle Harbour in Bermuda.
With two small bees on its petal.
Piazza Salimbeni at night - Siena
A vintage car hood ornament
Rocks and Blue Waters
Torre del Mangia - Siena
Killer whales show at SeaWorld - Orlando
Details of the tallest Ferris Wheel in the world under construction in Las Vegas.
Little church in Tuscany
A little chapel in the rolling hills near Pienza, Tuscany
Road to the Valley of Fire
The Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Italian for "the three peaks of Lavaredo"), also called the Drei Zinnen (German, literally "three merlons"), are three distinctive battlement-like peaks, in the Sexten Dolomites of northeastern Italy. They are probably one of the best-known mountain groups in the Alps.
Details of the Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Sunrise at Zabriskie Point
Road to nowhere
Votive candles in the Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal.
Butterfly on green
Dead trees in Death Valley NP, California
An old medieval alley in Certaldo - Tuscany
Windows and Cables
Tuscan hills nera Pienza
The Bermuda Longtail or White-tail Tropic Bird is a native sea bird and a national symbol to these rocky cliff isles. Its scientific name is known as Phaethon Lepturus. These birds can be found in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans as well as other Caribbean islands.
The aqua waters in Tucker's Point beach - Bermuda
Sunrise in Bermuda
Valley of Fire
The road to the Valley of Fire State Park, 1 hour northwest of Las Vegas.
The Glass Ceiling
Details of Dale Chihuly's ceiling sculpture at the Bellagio, "Fiori di Como," literally means "flowers of Como." At 70 feet by 30 feet by 12 feet, "Fiori di Como" is the largest glass sculpture ever made. Walking into the lobby of the Bellagio and seeing the Chihuly sculpture suspended from the ceiling is truly an awe-inspiring experience. Because "Fiori di Como" is so large, pictures don't really prepare you for its size or impact. All together, there are 2,000 individual blown-glass flowers that make up the sculpture. The weight of "Fiori di Como" is also staggering. The glass flowers weigh 40,000 pounds, and the steel structure holding it all in place weighs another 10,000 pounds.
Up, up & away
Hot Air balloons at the New Jersey Festival of Ballooning.
Details of the external wall of the Citadel in Hue, Vietnam
Hot Air Balloons at the 2014 NJ Festival of Ballooning.