Most clocks elicit a glance of a second or less, and no second glance. You look, you see the time, you move on. The Shepherd Gate Clock is a contrarian.
The 'time piece' at the top of the Flamsteed House
A tree, revolving at a leisurely pace, in the King's Garden of Copenhagen
The Giant's Causeway. A geological feature or a decrepit path to Scotland?
Stone marker depicting the somewhat awkward baptism ceremony of King Angus.
A sculpture made of nearly petrified wood
The Gallarus Oratory is puzzling in many ways. Let’s start with the obvious. How is it still standing?
Kenmare, Ireland, stone circle and central burial stone ... there's a lot more than meets the eye (and it isn't what you think)!
The Leaning Tower ... of Niles, Illinois ...
Churchill's statue has one foot in the U.S., and one foot in the U.K., and for good reason.
Location: This weekly gem is located at the intersection of Westminster Bridge and the River Thames in London (see the Clue Me! Map ). Big Ben is having a much-needed face lift, and in the...
The obvious solution was a Denison Double Three-Legged Gravity Escapement.
Čumil is on the very edge of the street, and as you can see, there's no curb!
The fossils in the steps leading to the Cliffs of Moher overlook.
The Notre Dame Cathedral.
"Let's remember this." One stone, one memory.
The Bridge of Sighs in Venice, Italy.
A piece that remains a puzzle was the stones. Why those stones? And how did they get them from there to here?
a bridge over the River Cam (a Cam bridge), located in Queens College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England
From the Stockholm city hall you have a great view of a juxtaposition you probably won't notice, and which we're therefore compelled to point out.
“Both rings were round, and there the resemblance ceased.”
It took a long while, but the result was good.
St. Alban's Church, the "English Church" in Copenhagen, is striking in more ways than one.
A great view of a place to get a great view of Copenhagen
A little public art in Copenhagen, which kids are welcome to clamber upon.
Location: The Hundertwasser House is in Vienna, Austria, at the intersection of man and nature.
An interesting slice of contemporary and edgy art
Even water occasionally has to turn over a new leaf
The architecturally interesting 'diving bell' dome of the Navigatorernes Hus, in Copenhagen
Their name liveth for evermore. The Airborne Cemetery, Oosterbeek, The Netherlands.
A traditional maypole in Mittenwald, Germany.
A beautiful river leading to (and from) a beautiful waterfall. And the geology is so interesting.
Some 'out of this world' geology.
Walking 'around' Segovia is easier than you might expect.
Church of St. John at Kaneo, Ohrid, Macedonia
This Hidden Gem is a British Cannonball that has been lodged in a Copenhagen wall for over 200 years
An inspirational emblem from an extraordinary relay. Read more about the Peace Run.