This Lutheran Church in Ulm, Germany is currently the tallest church in the world. As you can see they are working on it and the scaffolding is visible in the photo.
Frederik’s Church, popularly known as The Marble Church for its rococo architecture, is an Evangelical Lutheran church in Copenhagen
I was amused by this gift shop in Tivoli Gardens.
The London Eye as seen from the Westminster Bridge.
La Grande Roue as seen from Tuileries Gardens.
The Cape Neddick Lighthouse stands on Nubble Island about 100 yards off Cape Neddick Point. It is commonly known as Nubble Light or simply The Nubble. Cape Neddick Point is at the north end of Long Sands Beach in the village of York Beach. The lighthouse is inaccessible to the general public, but the nearby mainland is occupied by Sohier Park with a view of the lighthouse and a gift shop with a “Nubble” theme. If you’re adventurous you can climb down the rocks and get to the waters edge to ad a little drama to your shot.
I have just returned from France in a jet lag haze with hundreds of photos to sort through, edit, and post. I visited three areas. Paris, Normandy, and the Loire Valley. Each area is unique and I will share photos that are majestic or simple, happy or emotional, colorful or black and white. Those of you that follow this blog may get tired of France and if you do please comment something like “enough of France”.
This is taken from the Place Debilly Bridge. I thought this bridge, far from the most beautiful in Paris, complemented the erector set nature of the Tower.
This is another photo from the Bloedel Reserve. The trail ends at the Japanese Gardens which is just around the corner.
Stairs leading up to the main house at the Bloedel Reserve, Bainbridge Island, WA