Well maybe not all wonders of the world, but there are some shots that make you wonder how, when, and where.
Squish it Down
Two climbers attack a wall of ice in N.H.
This twelve year old boy blows a whistle. This train is the heritage railway in the heart of Bronte Country and was made famous in the 1962 nostalgic film “The Railway Children’.
Not Just for Romance
These roses are for the 11th anniversary of the assassination of Fernando Buesa in Vitoria.
This line buckled during the 6.3 earthquake in New Zealand.
Alexander McQueen died last year, but he leaves us with his artwork which will be on exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. There will be over 100 pieces of his work in the exhibit.
The horn of plenty, from the Autumn/Winter 2009 collection
Children in the U.K.
According to Save The Children, out of the 1.6 children that live in poverty Manchester has the highest ratio. This picture shows worn out shoes. The mother has to purchase new shoes for her children this year, instead of spending the money on a once a year trip that her children look forward to.