Built in the 1600s, the Kastellet in Copenhagen is one of the best preserved star fortresses in Northern Europe.  Over the years it helped Denmark deal with invaders from England and Germany, but today it is primarily a pubic park and historic site.  A few military activities take place at the Kastellet, but all I […]

The Konza Prairie is an 8,600 acre preserve of the largest remaining unplowed, native tallgrass prairie in North America in the Flint Hills of Kansas.  It is home to a variety of species including more than 500 plants, 30 mammals, 200 birds, 30 reptiles and amphibians, and 20 types of fish.  A herd of bison […]

At the bottom of the hills of Montmartre is the Moulin Rouge, the cabaret that is considered to be the home to the can-can dance.  Also at the bottom of the hills of Montmartre is a big line of people waiting to get into the Moulin Rouge! What do you think?  Any tips on getting good, clear […]

As a child, I was more accustomed to seeing windmills that look liked like this post from fellow photoblogger Joanna.  Below is one of the windmills found Somewhere-in-the-Middle-of-the-USA. You Might Also Enjoy: Growing Under an Amazing Sky Field of Greed