Perched on top of a small, rocky island in Narragansett Bay, near Jamestown, Rhode Island, the United States, is a three-story, cedar shingle mansion built by Philadelphia socialite Joseph Lovering Wharton in 1905. Wharton had built the house as an act of defiance after the government seized his land and summer home that he had in the Fort Wetherill area in south Jamestown, to enlarge the fort at the end of the 1800s. Continue reading
Not far from Aurangabad District of Maharashtra state in western India lies one of the most majestic Ancient Hindu Temples, the Kailasa temple.
Part of the Ellora Caves, which consists of a set of 34 in total monasteries and temples, this exceptional architectural structure stands tall for 12 centuries. Continue reading
Aerial view of the “Burning man” music festival held in the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada, in the United States
by Ian Beveridge
This is the Stadium of the Levadiakos which is also the starting point for the mountain…These houses are next to the Stadium on the right…So we begin…Yeah i’m resting! I’m not ashamed of! :p…A shot of the trees…Yeap these are our bikes…This slim road was my favourite part for mountain biking…This is the end of the road and we can see a small church builded in the mountain’s rock…This is the left part of the city of Levadia as we see it from the top…And this is me and my younger brother…(THANK YOU FOR CHECKING OUT MY POST)