A Sense of Place:  AT WORK ON THE WATER
A Sense of Place: AT WORK ON THE WATER

Against the Vancouver skyline, this tugboat pulls a maintenance barge. Canada.

A Sense of Place:  ACROSS THE RIDEAU CANAL
A Sense of Place: ACROSS THE RIDEAU CANAL

Behind Parliament Hill from Major’s Hill Park, a tree frames the Library of Parliament. This wedding cake-like building is in the Gothic revival style. Ottawa, Canada.

A Sense of Place:  FIRST LIGHT ON THE CHARLES BRIDGE
A Sense of Place: FIRST LIGHT ON THE CHARLES BRIDGE

On this very early morning, a lone person walks among stone statues lining the famous bridge. In a few hours, hundreds of visitors will arrive. Joining in will be artists, musicians and souvenir vendors who ply their trades from stands on both sides. Prague, Czech Republic.

A Sense of Place:  WHAT LIES BENEATH
A Sense of Place: WHAT LIES BENEATH

Here earth reveals its secrets from cracks venting steam, gasses and boiling mud pots. Sulphur and gypsum deposits colour the ground. A stream of bluish mud leads to a mountain beyond. Hverarond geothermal area, near Lake Myvatn, Iceland.

A Sense of Place:  OFF TO SCHOOL
A Sense of Place: OFF TO SCHOOL

A street in Leiden close to to the Netherland’s oldest university (which dates from 1575 and from which tulips were introduced to Western Europe).

A Sense of Place:  RUE DU PARLOIR
A Sense of Place: RUE DU PARLOIR

On the left are the Ursuline convent and chapel which coexist with the Anglican Cathedral down the street. Quebec City, Canada.

A Sense of Place:  THE OLD MILL MUSEUM
A Sense of Place: THE OLD MILL MUSEUM

In a small village in the Cotswolds, the Old Mill which dates back to the 19th century, is now a museum with a gift shop and café. England.

A Sense of Place:  UP TO THE FORTRESS
A Sense of Place: UP TO THE FORTRESS

The village of Najac is perched on a long rocky ridge and dominates the Aveyron river valley. The commanding royal castle dates from 1253. France.

A Sense of Place:  MAIN STREET BLUE
A Sense of Place: MAIN STREET BLUE

Colour coincidences on a typical street of the Charlevoix region. Baie-Saint-Paul, Canada.

A Sense of Place:  TO THE WHITE CLIFFS
A Sense of Place: TO THE WHITE CLIFFS

Chalk cliffs at Seaford Head beckon a visitor down this trail to the Seven Sisters. East Sussex. England.

A Sense of Place:  AT WORK ON THE WATER
A Sense of Place:  ACROSS THE RIDEAU CANAL
A Sense of Place:  FIRST LIGHT ON THE CHARLES BRIDGE
A Sense of Place:  WHAT LIES BENEATH
A Sense of Place:  OFF TO SCHOOL
A Sense of Place:  RUE DU PARLOIR
A Sense of Place:  THE OLD MILL MUSEUM
A Sense of Place:  UP TO THE FORTRESS
A Sense of Place:  MAIN STREET BLUE
A Sense of Place:  TO THE WHITE CLIFFS
A Sense of Place: AT WORK ON THE WATER

Against the Vancouver skyline, this tugboat pulls a maintenance barge. Canada.

A Sense of Place: ACROSS THE RIDEAU CANAL

Behind Parliament Hill from Major’s Hill Park, a tree frames the Library of Parliament. This wedding cake-like building is in the Gothic revival style. Ottawa, Canada.

A Sense of Place: FIRST LIGHT ON THE CHARLES BRIDGE

On this very early morning, a lone person walks among stone statues lining the famous bridge. In a few hours, hundreds of visitors will arrive. Joining in will be artists, musicians and souvenir vendors who ply their trades from stands on both sides. Prague, Czech Republic.

A Sense of Place: WHAT LIES BENEATH

Here earth reveals its secrets from cracks venting steam, gasses and boiling mud pots. Sulphur and gypsum deposits colour the ground. A stream of bluish mud leads to a mountain beyond. Hverarond geothermal area, near Lake Myvatn, Iceland.

A Sense of Place: OFF TO SCHOOL

A street in Leiden close to to the Netherland’s oldest university (which dates from 1575 and from which tulips were introduced to Western Europe).

A Sense of Place: RUE DU PARLOIR

On the left are the Ursuline convent and chapel which coexist with the Anglican Cathedral down the street. Quebec City, Canada.

A Sense of Place: THE OLD MILL MUSEUM

In a small village in the Cotswolds, the Old Mill which dates back to the 19th century, is now a museum with a gift shop and café. England.

A Sense of Place: UP TO THE FORTRESS

The village of Najac is perched on a long rocky ridge and dominates the Aveyron river valley. The commanding royal castle dates from 1253. France.

A Sense of Place: MAIN STREET BLUE

Colour coincidences on a typical street of the Charlevoix region. Baie-Saint-Paul, Canada.

A Sense of Place: TO THE WHITE CLIFFS

Chalk cliffs at Seaford Head beckon a visitor down this trail to the Seven Sisters. East Sussex. England.

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