Tag Archive: architecture


Pic of the Day – 6/17/19

Brick arched rows in a Victorian era-subterranean reservoir beneath London, by Forgotten Heritage Photography.

Last one of these. The men working are always silent, which just adds to the mesmerizing satisfaction I feel watching them and seeing their astounding accomplishments. Of all the brilliant and charming swimming pools they’ve made, THIS is the one I want MOST.

I’ll be posting a number of these videos in the coming days. The men working are always silent, which just adds to the mesmerizing satisfaction I feel watching them and seeing their astounding accomplishments.

Pic of the Day – 5/23/19

The Temple of Hercules at the Amman Citadel, Jordan, by photographer Zaid Abutaha.

The temple of Poseidon (god of the sea) at Cape Sounion, Greece, by photographer Vincent J. Musi.

Pic of the Day – 5/19/19

The Temple of Valadier is a sinners’ retreat designed by Italian architect Giuseppe Valadier in the Frasassi
Gorge Marches region of Italy, photographed by Giacomo Marchegiani.

“The Great Manor” by photographer Massimo Tomi.

Pic of the Day – 5/2/19

The Basílica de la Sagrada Família in Barcelona, Spain, by my friend Gweneth Stevens.

There are many places that are famous for being so secretive and well-protected that you can never visit them. This list is not about them. This is about the really well-guarded places — ones that are so secret that you may not have even heard about them.

Ballybunion Castle, Ireland.

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