Category: North America

  • Photo Monday – 15 Inspiring Ecosystem Wallpapers

    1. Library of Ages at Central California. The fog settled in after another nice sunset along the central California coast. The rock layers which record the geologic history of Montana De Oro State Park just south of Big Sur, can be read like books in an ancient library. A long exposure isolated the rock by […]

  • New York Sightseeing Tourism [/w PICS]

    What is spring without the luscious greens and vibrant petals? Even spring season has long passed; city of New York has never lost its freshness. New York can be quite a scintillating attack on the senses, an explosion of sounds, colors and scents. That is the reason one of the biggest city in the world […]

  • Wonderful California – Larkspur Landing Hotels

    Pleasanton is a city located in Alameda County, California. Incorporated in 1894, it is a major suburb in the San Francisco Bay Area located about 40 km east of Oakland. The area is very near to the popular tourist attractions in California. While the hotel prices in California are mostly very expensive, hotel in Pleasanton […]

  • 40+ Chicago’s Bean Stunning Photos

    London-based Indian sculptor Anish Kapoor designed this sculptor for the opening of Chicago’s Millennium Park in 2004. Officially named Cloud Gate but always fondly referred to as simply The Bean, it has become a landmark for the Windy City and is one of its most photographed public arts. Weighting a whopping 110 tons, The Bean […]

  • Why You Should Visit Prince Edward Island, Canada

    Prince Edward Island (PEI) may only be 224km long and 6-64km wide, but it is still a must see place for many people from all over the world. It’s capital, Charlottetown, is known as the birthplace of Canada where leaders met back in 1864 to discuss the formation of Canada. The Island is alive with […]

  • Top 10 Most Magnificent Mosques in the World

    Mosques are places where the followers of Islam worship. There are many of them around the world, ranging from very large Mosques that can seat 50,000 people to ones so small that they can only hold 10 people at a time. They are known for having amazing domes with crescents on top; tall and slender minarets that […]

  • Top 10 Most Beautiful Bridges in the World

    Looking at the past, the first bridges were most likely made by nature as simple as a log fallen across a stream. Periodically humans build the bridges from spans of wooden logs or planks and eventually stones, using a simple support and crossbeam arrangement. However, most of these early bridges are not quite safety as […]

  • Bizzare Picture of The Back of Mount Rushmore

    Have you ever wondered what the backside of Mt. Rushmore looks like? Take a good look of the following pictures. Ha ha ha. Now I wonder what it will be looked like when Obama comes in. Source: ForwardOn

  • Magnificient Missouri St. Louis Getaway Arc Photos

    On this post, I want to share with you about such magnificient Getaway Arc photos taken by one of my real life friend. His portfolio can be found on his fotopages called ShahStudio. They went to St. Louis, Missouri for 4 days (24 to 28th December) during the winter break. Well, I used to be […]

  • Cheap Hotel Promotions at Las Vegas, Nevada

    I realize that many of us can’t enjoy the year of 2008 properly due to instability of the world economy, which has implicitly affecting our life. As a result, our children were just staying home, playing video games and watching TV during last winter break. Why you are so cruel when you know that actually there […]