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17/4/2024
17:16
"From a million miles away, NASA captures the Moon crossing the face of Earth." ?
eriktherock
17/4/2024
07:55
San Francisco, California, USA

San Francisco has made the most of its privileged spot around San Francisco Bay, with piers jutting into the water and green spaces including the Presidio, a vast and varied park on a former military base and right next to the rust-red arches of the Golden Gate Bridge. But the rest of the city is a stunner too with pastel houses – including the famous Victorian Painted Ladies by Alamo Square, pictured – stacked like rows of wedding cakes clinging to vertiginous streets






From a million miles away, NASA captures the Moon crossing the face of Earth.






Vieste by night...Italy






Kyoto, Japan

With its temples, shrines and Imperial Palace, Kyoto looms large in Japanese culture. Though the centre is fairly modern, the city’s historic districts are as beguiling and beautiful as ever. There’s Arashiyama, home to bamboo groves and pagodas; Higashiyama, with cherry blossom trees bowing over the canal and temples lining the foothills; and Gion and Pontocho, where geishas can sometimes be glimpsed emerging from traditional machiya (tea houses) and gliding down the narrow streets to their next engagement.

freddie01
16/4/2024
08:07
Starbucks in Dubai






Lhasa, Tibet

The Holy City, the Place of the Gods, the centre of Tibetan Buddhism – Lhasa has a lot to live up to. But it would be hard not to be moved by the first sight of the Potala Palace or the fervour of pilgrims walking the Barkhor circuit around the Jokhang temple in winding, incense-scented alleys. Perhaps it’s the altitude, but Lhasa seems to have something magical about it.







Lüner Lake, Austria





Idaho, USA





Incredibly beautiful shot

freddie01
15/4/2024
07:54
Volcano and aurora combo | Garðar Ólafs






Tauranga, New Zealand

With its picture-perfect beaches, colourful street art and green parks complete with palm trees, Tauranga is a perfect chilled-out beachside city. But it’s Mauao (Mount Maunganui), an extinct volcano jutting out into the bay, which really sets it apart. Hiking trails weave up to the summit, which has panoramic views across the city to its white-sand beaches and the Pacific Ocean.







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Canterbury





France

freddie01
14/4/2024
07:35
France





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Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

As with the rest of the island state of Tasmania, Hobart has a more rugged feel than other major cities in Australia, trading white-sand beaches for moody mountains and wide, breezy streets for narrow alleys. Rising above the city is the 4,170-feet-high (1,271m) Kunanyi (or Mount Wellington), which has glorious views of this city spread along the River Derwent. There are beaches too, and gloriously golden ones at that.







Daejeon Black Park | South Korea





France

freddie01
13/4/2024
08:12
Sword in the stone in the village of Cheddar, Somerset.




Canterbury






Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Quebec City is defined by the citadel at its heart, the fortified old town full of cobblestoned streets, mansard-roofed houses and imposing statues. Most of the (excellently maintained) buildings are from the 17th and 18th centuries, but Chateau Frontenac, presiding over the whole city and now a luxury hotel, dates to the 1890s. Its picturesque streets and alleyways were made for getting wonderfully, happily lost in.







Switzerland





Thailand

freddie01
12/4/2024
11:32
F Ü S S E N





Tian Tan Buddha - HONG KONG





Westminster Abbey - LONDON





Ketchikan, Alaska, USA

In the far south of the USA’s most northerly state is Ketchikan, centered on a small cluster of colourful clapboard stilt houses perched over Ketchikan Creek. The city’s known for its Indigenous (mostly Tlingit and Haida) heritage and is one of the best places to see intricately carved and brightly painted totem poles in their intended environment. And what an environment it is, with luxuriant green forests, glacier-carved valleys and looming mountains just outside the city.





Lake Garda Italy

freddie01
12/4/2024
07:45
GALATA TOWER - ISTANBUL





B E R G A M O - I T A L Y





Canterbury





New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Although the city is full of charming spots, it’s hard to argue that the French Quarter is what really sets New Orleans apart. This well-preserved historic district is the nightlife and shopping hub of the city, with music flowing through its cobbled streets and antiques shops filled with treasures and curios. Every building deserves to be gawped at, from shotgun and Creole-style houses in eye-catching colours to hotels with lacy wrought-iron balconies and the imposing spires of St Louis Cathedral.





C Ó R D O B A

freddie01
11/4/2024
07:48
Santa Barbara, California, USA

Santa Barbara proudly maintains its Spanish heritage, from the red-roofed, white-walled architecture to the Spanish Mission perched above the city. It’s also beautifully located, stretching from gently rolling hills inland to the golden beaches along the Pacific Coast. Highlights include Stearns Wharf, which juts into the harbour, and the Funk Zone, an enclave of converted warehouses that now house galleries, boutiques and breweries.





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Edinburgh





Hoi An, Vietnam

The historic centre of Hoi An is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and it’s clear to see why. It’s at its most charming in the evenings, when the silk lanterns hanging from every shopfront are lit, adding a warm glow to the moss-covered, ramshackle streets. The light dances across the ornamented old buildings, with carvings of carps and dragons, and reflects in the lazy Thu Bon River.

freddie01
10/4/2024
08:06
Iceland






Kazakhstan, Central Asia.






Tintern Abbey





Canterbury





York

freddie01
09/4/2024
07:57
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires is a gorgeous sweep of a city that’s almost too vast and varied to comprehend. The real delight, though, is in the details. Some areas like downtown have a distinctively European feel, with broad boulevards, manicured squares and elegant opera houses. Pretty neighbourhoods like Palermo are filled with boutiques and independent eateries. While La Boca, pictured, is a joyous riot of colour, especially on Caminito – an open-air museum with painted houses, sculptures and murals, built around a discontinued railway












Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, Scotland






Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Sea, forest, mountains: not many cities have managed to bag themselves such diverse and beautiful locations. Vancouver’s gleaming cityscape weaves around the edges of the bay, creating a picturesque image against the wooded, often snow-capped mountains, laced with suspension bridges and cable cars. Gorgeous green spaces and historic neighbourhoods like Gastown, with galleries and shops in Victorian buildings, complete this delightful patchwork of a city.

freddie01
08/4/2024
07:31
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Trentino - Dolomites, Italy





Cape Town, South Africa

There’s no question: Cape Town is the most beautiful city in southern Africa. At its heart, both literally and figuratively, is Table Mountain, whose flat top has open views across the whole metropolis. On the Atlantic seaboard are white-sand beaches and eye-wateringly expensive houses, but there’s more variety in the Upper City Centre. Most of the city’s historic buildings are here with architecture reflecting varied African, Asian and European roots.





Volcano Caldera, Island Corvo, Portugal





Incredible shot in the Nevada desert, USA

freddie01
07/4/2024
08:19
Living on the edge





Winter at Vik/Haukland beach Lofoten





The medieval old town of BERN





Cusco, Peru

There’s much more to Cusco than being the gateway to Machu Picchu. One of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the Americas, its steep, cobbled streets are packed with Spanish-Colonial buildings with plant-filled courtyards, all against a backdrop of the Andes mountains. Inca sites stand shoulder to shoulder with mansions and Catholic churches, while in the San Blas district, narrow lanes wind between small churches and artisans’ workshops.





B o r d e a u x

freddie01
06/4/2024
07:29
Cork, Republic of Ireland

Cork has so much charm and beauty it’s bordering on greedy. Medieval streets wind to colourful riverside terraces, and refined Georgian avenues and Victorian warehouses share neighbourhoods with daring modern architecture. Somehow, this eclectic jumble of styles and periods comes together perfectly, creating a beautiful and truly unique cityscape to rival any in Europe – no wonder its inhabitants are so welcoming and so proud of their home. Cork is one of the highlights of a Wild Atlantic Way road trip.





Grey Friars - Canterbury





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Bern





New York City, New York, USA

Not all skylines were created equal. Manhattan’s jagged, glinting cityscape is one of the world’s most famous and recognisable vistas. It looks gorgeous in any light, from the pale haze of dawn to sunset and after dark, when the big city’s bright lights shimmer over the broad Hudson River. The beauty doesn’t stop there. From the glorious green space that is Central Park and the famous cables of the Brooklyn Bridge to the city’s famous brownstones, every inch is ridiculously photogenic.

freddie01
05/4/2024
08:08
Vietnam





Denmark















The Sacred City of Caral-Supe, one of the most important and little-known cultures of the American continent, is located in the province of Barranca, Lima Region, Peru.

freddie01
04/4/2024
08:09
more on the above Slovenia picture ... it is a salt producing area , national park



From which i use a special salt as bellow



superb and recommended

kaos3
04/4/2024
08:01
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clocktower
04/4/2024
07:57
B o r d e a u x





Denmark







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Island Madeira, Portugal

freddie01
02/4/2024
07:42
Vietnam





Mousehole - Cornwall


This English village has retained much of its original character and charm, which is a rarity in the UK!

One of Cornwall’s most picturesque hamlets, Mousehole features a maze of narrow and winding lanes. Framing the endearing lanes are a collection of yellow-lichened houses, huddled together before the bustling harbour.

This tip of Cornwall has also become foodie heaven, with lobster, crab, mussels, and scallops caught in abundance and available to sample within the village’s eateries.





Bruges’ compact size and perfect prettiness can make it seem a little unreal, like a classic postcard come to life or perhaps a toy town, albeit infused with the scents of beer, frites and sweet crepes. The city is characterised by cobbled lanes, canals, medieval spires and looping bridges. Life centres around its squares: Burg, dominated by the 14th-century Gothic Town Hall, and Markt, home to one of the city’s most famous landmarks, the medieval Belfry (bell tower).





Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik’s 13th-century old town looks more like an oversized sculpture than a city. From its apricot and honey-hued rooftops to its wide, marble roads, it’s almost too pretty to be true. Thick, beautifully preserved stone walls encompass this part with walkways that give clear views in every direction, from hillsides with hotels and houses to the Adriatic Sea, whose sapphire water is dotted with verdant islands.





York, North Yorkshire, England, UK

York has an impressive pedigree, having been founded way back in AD 71 by the Romans. Parts of the Roman city still exist, but the most eye-catching landmarks – from the Gothic York Minster to the imposing shell of York Castle – are medieval. At its heart is Stonegate, which is lined with independent shops and cafes – and has a Roman road running beneath it. The wonderfully named Shambles is another charming street, overhung by half-timbered houses dating back to the 14th century.

freddie01
01/4/2024
08:39
China





Broadway - Worcestershire

Often referred to as the jewel in the Cotswolds’ crown is Broadway, peacefully positioned at the base of the Worcestershire hills.

Its beautiful architecture, including honey-coloured stone cottages and chestnut tree-lined High Street, are reason alone to lure travellers to this English village.

Many famous faces have graced Broadway, including Oscar Wilde, William Morris and Edward Elgar, all drawing inspiration from the village’s sheer beauty!





Slovenia





Netherlands





Gexian Mountain Town - China

freddie01
31/3/2024
08:08
Saddell Bay - Scotland





Edensor is a village and civil parish in Derbyshire, England.





Haworth Bronte Country





Italy





Netherlands

freddie01
30/3/2024
12:29
Italy





Helmsley - North Yorkshire





Island Terceira, Portugal





The Luyang Lake Wetlands Park

This is a destination in China that is often described as an “emerald jewel lost on earth,” where every step is filled with beautiful scenery and a sight of greenery everywhere you look. The lake surface ripples with a shade of green resembling matcha, and the tall cypress forests weave a barrier of green, offering a truly unique experience for those who visit China. Boating on the lake, it feels as if you’ve wandered into a green fairy tale world, making it a must-visit destination for nature lovers.




Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire

freddie01
29/3/2024
07:56
Dinant : a wonderful place in Belgium





Nice - France






Robin Hood’s Bay - North Yorkshire

With brooding cliffs towering over the tiny community, this is truly one of the most breath-taking villages in the UK on our list!

Perfectly positioned upon the Heritage Coast of the North York Moors, this is the perfect destination for a cosy getaway. Admire the unusual architecture and uncover the secrets of the smugglers who once ran the biggest trade in the UK here. Today, however, it promises to be a steadier pace of life.

As you wander the cobbled twisting streets and alleyways, you will discover charming cottages, quaint shops and cool cafés. Keen walkers and cyclists can also use the pretty English village to tour the more popular North Yorkshire trails, including The Coast to Coast, The Cleveland Way and The Cinder Track.




Canada




San Francisco

freddie01
28/3/2024
08:18
Buenos Aires - Argentina





Bergen - Norway





Polperro - Cornwall

With a wildly romantic and rocky shoreline, Polperro is one of England’s most beautiful villages.

Its narrow streets littered with ancient fishermen’s houses cling around the picture-postcard harbour, making it one of the prettiest villages in England

Walk in the footsteps of the notorious smugglers of the 18th century as you discover quirky shops and superb seafood restaurants. After admiring the winding streets take to the coastal footpath to uncover the dramatic rugged coastline. Here, you will also find a natural pool, where you can dip into the azure waters and enjoy a swim!





Cartagena - Colombia

freddie01
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