What is the world’s most eaten vegetable?
(The answer can be found in the first comment)
If asked where you thought this place to be, I doubt whether too many people would plump for the UK. But that is just where it is, in the Highlands of Scotland, near Sutherland, a mountain known as Ben Assynt.
We all know the people at the Louvre in Paris did not invent the pyramid, but they built an impressive glass version to house their underground entrance.
The picture above is not the Louvre, but it bears a striking resemblance. It is to be found at the Botanical Gardens in Sydney, Australia, and houses a variety of tropical plants.
Don’t mess with me, is the message coming from this feisty, creature. This is a Tasmanian Devil, which is found in err… Tasmania, Australia.
A spectacular sight, the Statue of Liberty, in New York, looks even more magnificient when glowing with the energy from a lightning bolt.
Which side is the open sea, and which is the inlet bay? It’s quite easy to tell. Palm Beach, the northernmost of the Northern Beaches in Sydney, Australia.
This is the best bird’s eye view I’ve seen of the historic capital London for many a year. The dome of St Paul’s Cathedral which was once the tallest building in the world is now so completely dwarfed that it is barely noticeable.
I guess New Year on Mars is pretty much the same as last year an the year before. This NASA photo shows some sedimentary rock formation which is a sign of that precious commodity: water. Maybe we might be spending New Year here one day.