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.
It has a reputation as being one of the world’s most beautiful cities, and this aerial photo shows why Capetown, South Africa deserves the plaudits.
This is the 1,111th post in this weblog, and it somehow seems fitting that it is posted on 11/11 (November 11th).
And to celebrate here is a great photo of the one, single place on our planet that I would most like to visit: Machu Picchu.
Waterfalls are one of the most spectacular and explosive sights in nature, and what really captures my attention is that they don’t appear for a fleeting moment and then disappear for a while, they are non-stop phenomena.
The Ekom Nkam Falls in the jungles of the Cameroon have amuddy tinge to them, presumably from the riverbed silt that they deposit on the rocks below, nature at work.