We always think of texture as something you must touch to understand. But seeing texture evokes a response as well.
The town of San Miguel de Allende in Mexico’s heartland is its own colorful work of art.
More than 50 miles northeast of Beirut lies Baalbek, ruins of Canaanite and later, Roman architecture. Once called Heliopolis, City of the Sun, it houses multi-ton rocks whose cutting and moving predated the Christian era. The Temple of Jupiter, seen here, weighs 455-tons, according to archeologists.
Kauai’s ocean and canyon views exceed all expectations and descriptions.
A safari to Tanzania revealed layers of prehistory inside 3 national parks.