Towers of history stand tall in the Roman ruins known as The Forum.
Bridge of Sighs
This ornate yet tiny bridge is said to have offered the last glance at beautiful Venice for many a young man who was escorted across it from a courtroom in the king's opulent palace to the cold, dank quarters of a prison cell.
Sunsets on the Farm
Timeless memories seem to come to light as the afternoon sun begins to disappear over the horizon beyond this North Carolina barn.
The Verdi roof of one of many domes characterizes the skyline of Rome.
Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore
Built between 1566 and 1610, the Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore replaced the first church ever built in Venice after the earthquake of 1223 destroyed it.
Leaning Tower of Pisa
Though she leans with dignity and grace, she continues to be a beacon of mystery for all who adore her.
On the Banks of Windmills
Dutch men fish for eels beneath the timeless wonder of windmills which continue working overtime to keep the waters of The Netherlands in balance even today.
Gondolas in Waiting
What better epitomizes Venice more than romantic gondolas, canals of splendor and churches spanning the test of time?
Leaning Tower of Pisa II
It's only in her imperfection that her perfection can be found.
A sleepy, timeless window along a Roman lane holds the secrets of many a days' activities within.
Pure and consistent is the work of a windmill in old world Holland.
Domes upon domes upon domes line the skyline of Rome, the city of love.
Through the Ruins
Peaking through the ruins of The Forum, this majestic dome stands where the original church was dedicated to Saint Martina in 228 AD.
The Forum in Colors
Located outside the gates of the famous ruins of the Coliseum, The Roman Forum is considered one of the most important archaeological sites in the world today.
Venetian Rainbow Row
The Grand Canal, in all its splendor, doesn't disappoint with its majestic palaces, homes and boats suitable for everyone's fancy.
Taking three years to build, the Torre dell'Orologio, also known as St. Mark's Clock Tower, was revealed in 1499 and to this day displays the time, the phase of the moon and the dominant sign of the Zodiac.
Surrounded by 13th-century walls, this jewel of Tuscany is known as the Town of Fine Towers.
Catholic churches seem to be located in every nook, cranny and piazza in Italy.
The grand dome of Florence's Duomo is nothing short of an architectural marvel.
Simple in form, shutters add a sense of charm to the landscape of Italian piazzas.
Entwined Arches of Mt. Vernon
Magical archways of Mt. Vernon add a sense of elegance between George Washington's beloved home and gentle waters of the Potomac River below.
Tower Bridge of London
A combined bascule and suspension bridge built between 1886-1894, London's Tower Bridge has understandably become an iconic symbol of the city.
In Jefferson's Shadow
It must be a tiresome feat for Washington's elite to stand in the long and hallowed shadows of our third president, Thomas Jefferson.
Jefferson Columns I
The beautiful columns of the neoclassical Jefferson Memorial building located on the tidal basin off the Washington Channel of the Potomac River sit in quiet solitude directly south of the US White House.
Jefferson Columns II
The stately open-air Jefferson Memorial is composed of a circular colonnade of white marble ionic columns supporting a shallow dome.
Bridge to Heaven
A diamond-shaped tower of this Lowcountry suspension bridge located in Charleston, South Carolina, welcomes a glance unto the heavens above.
Branch of Washington
Seemingly sheltered by the overhang of a Monument Mile tree, the Washington Monument stands tall and proud in our nation's capital.