Against the Vancouver skyline, this tugboat pulls a maintenance barge. Canada.
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.
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.
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 street in Leiden close to to the Netherland’s oldest university (which dates from 1575 and from which tulips were introduced to Western Europe).
On the left are the Ursuline convent and chapel which coexist with the Anglican Cathedral down the street. Quebec City, Canada.
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.
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.
Colour coincidences on a typical street of the Charlevoix region. Baie-Saint-Paul, Canada.
Chalk cliffs at Seaford Head beckon a visitor down this trail to the Seven Sisters. East Sussex. England.