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Westminster Abbey; London UK
Sea Cross at Miyazaki, Kyushu Japan
Stalactites formation at the Crystal Cave, Yanchep National Park, Australia
Stalactites formation at the Crystal Cave, Yanchep National Park, Australia
Clifton Suspension Bridge.  Opened in 1864 it lies over the Avon Gorge in Bristol, UK
Surfer's point in Western Australia; near the mouth of the Margaret River
Avon Gorge, Bristol, UK, Europe
Durnstein Castle, along the Danube River in Austria.  King Richard the Lionheart was held captive there
Durnstein Castle, along the Danube River in Austria.  King Richard the Lionheart was held captive there
Clifton Suspension Bridge.  Opened in 1864 it lies over the Avon Gorge in Bristol, UK
Stalactites formation at the Crystal Cave, Yanchep National Park, Australia
Lake Thetis, a saline coastal lake in Western Australia.  The thrombolites at Lake Thetis were built by one of the earliest life forms on Earth
Natural formations at the Crystal Cave, Yanchep National Park, Australia
Lake Thetis, a saline coastal lake in Western Australia.  The thrombolites at Lake Thetis were built by one of the earliest life forms on Earth
Surfer's point in Western Australia; near the mouth of the Margaret River
Merlion statue at Merlion Park Singapore.  The Merlion is an icon representing Singapore.  It consist of a lion's head and a fish tail
The "Hatch Shell", located at Boston's Esplanade waterfront.  Outdoor music concerts are held here.  The names of some of the greatest composers are emblazened on the steps.
Artwork on the ceiling in Sri Mariamman Temple. The fresco shows Lord Shamukha on a peacock standing on a cobra.  The oldest Hindu temple in Singapore.
Close up of Diamond Ring
Close up of Diamond Ring
Close up of Diamond Ring
Close up of Diamond Ring
One of the top 3 waterfalls in Japan.  Kegon Falls at Nikko
Beach of rock formations at Yeliou Geopark, Taiwan
Union train station in Los Angeles, California.
Black and white photo of Angkor Wat, Siam Reap, Cambodia
Xiahai Cheng Huang Temple (Zhao Ling Miao) at Jioufen, Taiwan
Toilet paper, One of the most famous consumables.
One of the top 3 waterfalls in Japan.  Kegon Falls at Nikko
Adorable cute Pembroke Welsh Corgi resting. The Pembroke Corgi is Queen Elizabeth's favourite breed of dogs
Lorne Pier overlooking the Ocean.  Located along the Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia
also known as the Cathedrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon.  It is the seat of the Archbishop of Lyon
Woburn Estate, United Kingdom
One of the top 3 waterfalls in Japan.  Kegon Falls at Nikko
Beach at Hasting Point, Australia
Beach of rock formations at Yeliou Geopark, Taiwan
The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum situated in Chinatown, Singapore.  The Temple is dedicated to Maitreya Buddha and houses the relics of Buddha
The old Supreme Court of Singapore. Located at City hall
The twelve apostles rock formation along the Great Ocean Rock.  One of Australia's famous natural landmarks.
This temple is dedicated to the god of literature and god of war.  It was built in 1848 and is one of the oldest temples in Hong Kong
The King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) is the second largest species of penguin
One of the top 3 waterfalls in Japan.  Kegon Falls at Nikko
The King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) is the second largest species of penguins
also known as the Cathedrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon.  It is the seat of the Archbishop of Lyon
The Longfellow Bridge connects Beacon Hill, Boston to Kendall Square, Cambridge across Charles River.  The bridge is open since 1906 and currently carries traffic and the red subway line
Whale taking a dive of the shores of Kaikoura New Zealand
A view of Mountain Fuji from Owakudani, Hakone
Adorable cute Pembroke Welsh Corgi resting. The Pembroke Corgi is Queen Elizabeth's favourite breed of dogs
Very Spicy Chilli Padi from Thailand on a white background.  Sometimes called Bird's chilli or Bird's eye chilli
Metal Rubbish disposal chute
USS Cassin Young, berthed at the Boston Naval Ship Yard.  It saw action in World War 2 as a destroyer.  It is now a float museum memorial ship
The old Supreme Court, Singapore
Closeup of a signboard with directions to everywhere
Runs between the Mall and Trafalgar Square
The old Supreme Court of Singapore. Located at City hall
Espresso maker pumping out shots of espresso with crema
Espresso coffee portafilter with ground coffee power within
Abdominal Surgery
This shrine is the head shrine of Inari the god of rice and patron of businesses
Coastline with rock formation at Yeliou Geopark, Taiwan
Bridge over a rock formation at Yeliou Geopark, Taiwan
Located on Pulau Satumu, Singapore.
Morning by the beach at East Coast Park, Singapore
View of the coastline at the Israel bordering with Lebanon of Rosh HaNikra near the Grottoes
One of the most famous landmarks in London.  The Tower Bridge
View of Grasmere from the hills leading up to Helm Crag, Lake District; Cumbria; UK
Marking along the Freedom Trail in Boston.  The freedom trail is a path which goes through 16 historical landmarks
The Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library is located with Harvard University campus.  It is the largest university library system
Located in Sydney, Australia
Board walk along Changi Beach located at the eastern part of Singapore
View of the Sea of Galilee from the Golan Heights in Israel
Located in Sydney, Australia
Merlion statue at Sentosa Singapore.  The Merlion is an icon representing Singapore.  It consist of a lion's head and a fish tail
Corridor of Sanders Theatre.  This concert theatre is located in Massachusetts withing the Harvard University campus.
The Tomb of Mary located in Jerusalem, Israel.  This is regarded to be the burial place of Mary, Mother of Jesus
zebras grazing on grass
Altar at the Church of the Multiplication, Tabgha, near the sea of Galilee, Israel.  This is believed to be the site where Jesus fed five thousand with five loaves and two fishes.
Focused assessment with sonography for trauma (FAST) demonstrating fluid in the abdomen in blunt trauma
Merlion statue at Sentosa Singapore.  The Merlion is an icon representing Singapore.  It consist of a lion's head and a fish tail
The Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth, Israel.  This church was built on the site where according to Tradition, the Annunciation took place.
Merlion statue at Sentosa Singapore.  The Merlion is an icon representing Singapore.  It consist of a lion's head and a fish tail
Red lanterns at the Thiam Hock Keng Temple. Thian Hock Keng is one of the oldest Taoist temple in Singapore. It is a place of worship for Ma Zu (Goddess of the Sea) for their safe voyage.
The King Penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) is the second largest species of penguin
Adorable cute Pembroke Welsh Corgi resting. The Pembroke Corgi is Queen Elizabeth's favourite breed of dogs
One of the famous travel destinations in Kyoto, Japan.  Also called the "Golden Pavilion"
Huge Brown Bear waving Hello
The Longfellow Bridge connects Beacon Hill, Boston to Kendall Square, Cambridge across Charles River.  The bridge is open since 1906 and currently carries traffic and the red subway line
View of the coastline at the Israel bordering with Lebanon of Rosh HaNikra near the Grottoes
Details of a building at Christ Church Oxford UK
The national flag of the USA
The Western Wall of the Old City in Jerusalem.  Also known as the Wailing Wall.  It is regarded as the last remnant of the Holy Temple and Jewish pilgrims come here.
Many sand castles along the beach front
Located in Higashiyama, Kyoto, Japan.  This is established in 1606 for Toyotomi Hideyoshi by his widow Nene.  This the Ihoan, teahouse.
Board walk along Changi Beach located at the eastern part of Singapore
Scarlet Macaw parrot perching on a branch
Spiral black notebook background
Located in Nara, Japan. Todaiji is the largest wooden structure in the world.  It houses the largest indoor statue of Buddha, Vairocana
Abdominal Surgery
Male and female sign, battle of the sexes
The Longfellow Bridge connects Beacon Hill, Boston to Kendall Square, Cambridge across Charles River.  The bridge is open since 1906 and currently carries traffic and the red subway line
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