The abandoned Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Descent of the Holy Ghost in the… ghost town of Insinger dates from 1942.
The rising sun highlights curves and angles among the sand dunes of Death Valley.
Dramatic atmospheric effects accompany a sunset in Big Bend National Park on the Mexico-US border.
Sunset at the lowest point in North America – 282 feet (86 meters) below sea level. Occasional rainstorms leave highly salty water pools on the desert floor.
This lake was created at the end of the last ice age when the great glaciers retreated from this beautiful alpine valley.
Korean men enjoying the ancient game of Go in a park in Seoul.
This rural cemetery is near the ghost town of Alma, New Mexico, where the famous outlaw, Butch Cassidy, lived along with members of his gang, The Wild Bunch.
An abandoned homestead in the high grasslands of western New Mexico
A Thai fisherman ends his day as a coral-tinged dusk settles over the Andaman Sea.
The Danube River as it flows through Budapest
The memorial commemorates the Canadian Expeditionary Force and its valiant actions in the WW I Battle of Arras. The Canadians suffered 10,600 total casualties. The memorial was designed by Walter Allward.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Park. As the sandstone of this region is shaped by weathering and erosion, it creates a natural architecture of fantastic shapes.
Skiddaw is the sixth highest mountain in England.
The novelist and poet, D. H. Lawrence, and his wife, Frieda, briefly lived on the Kiowa Ranch (now the D. H. Lawrence Ranch) in the 1920s. Years after Lawrence’s death in France, Frieda had his ashes brought to the ranch, where they were incorporated into the concrete of this memorial she had built on the ranch grounds. The artist Georgia O’Keeffe spent time at the ranch, and one of her paintings depicts Lawrence’s favorite tree there.
A skateboarder takes advantage of a sunny weekend in Paris.
Jordanian children exploring Wadi Rum, Jordan
Ernest Freeman was reportedly the Chief Deck Steward on the Titanic. He is buried in Halifax’s Fairview Lawn Cemetery along with 120 other Titanic passengers and crew–some still unidentified. The number “239” on the tombstone indicates that his was the 239th body pulled from the water during the recovery efforts.