Cambridge 2000 Gallery: remaining list

Photos are by country or region.

Belgium:

  1. Brussels, Belgium: 11 Avenue Jef Lambeaux: window ironwork grille (1900, architect Victor et Alphonse Boelens) (86 kb, 4 May 2010)
  2. Brussels, Belgium: 111 Avenue Ducpetiaux: window ironwork grille (97 kb, 4 May 2010)
  3. Brussels, Belgium: 12 Avenue Jef Lambeaux: door (1898, architect Georges Peereboom) (87 kb, 4 May 2010)
  4. Brussels, Belgium: 15 Rue de la Loi: view (originally 1969, renovated 2007, Art and Build Architects) (97 kb, 4 May 2010)
  5. Brussels, Belgium: 2 Avenue Palmerston: view (1898-1901, architect Victor Horta) (91 kb, 4 May 2010)
  6. Brussels, Belgium: 222 Chaussée de Wavre: street art (84 kb, 4 May 2010)
  7. Brussels, Belgium: 4 Avenue de la Jonction: turret (1909, architect Albert Roosenboom) (81 kb, 4 May 2010)
  8. Brussels, Belgium: 4 Avenue Jef Lambeaux: floral tiles (65 kb, 4 May 2010)
  9. Brussels, Belgium: 48 Avenue de Stalingrad: eyes (99 kb, 8 May 2010)
  10. Brussels, Belgium: 7 Place Maurice Van Meenen: street art (89 kb, 4 May 2010)
  11. Brussels, Belgium: 81 Rue de L'Étuve: wall relief, industrial process (71 kb, 8 May 2010)
  12. Brussels, Belgium: 83 Rue Faider: boot scraper (1900, architect Albert Roosenboom) (85 kb, 4 May 2010)
  13. Brussels, Belgium: 83 Rue Faider: door (1900, architect Albert Roosenboom) (73 kb, 4 May 2010)
  14. Brussels, Belgium: 83 Rue Faider: wall decoration at top of house (1900, architect Albert Roosenboom) (84 kb, 4 May 2010)
  15. Brussels, Belgium: Arcades Cinquantenaire / Arc de Triomphe: Luxembourg (1907, sculptor Guillaume de Groot) (70 kb, 4 May 2010)
  16. Brussels, Belgium: Arcades Cinquantenaire / Arc de Triomphe: Namur (1907, sculptor Guillaume de Groot) (73 kb, 4 May 2010)
  17. Brussels, Belgium: Belgian Parliament Building, Palais de la Nation: pediment (1779-1783, architect Gilles-Barnabé Guimard) (55 kb, 4 May 2010)
  18. Brussels, Belgium: Berlaymont (European Commission building): view (1963-1969, architect Lucien de Vestel, in association with Jean Gilson, André and Jean Polak; renovated 1991-2004, architects Pierre Lallemand, Steven Beckers and Wilfried Van Campenhout) (99 kb, 4 May 2010)
  19. Brussels, Belgium: Cathédral des Saints Michel et Gudule: decoration over right door (105 kb, 8 May 2010)
  20. Brussels, Belgium: Cathédral des Saints Michel et Gudule: St Peter (1654, sculptor van Mildert) (66 kb, 8 May 2010)
  21. Brussels, Belgium: Cathédral des Saints Michel et Gudule: tympanum over central door (98 kb, 8 May 2010)
  22. Brussels, Belgium: Cathédral des Saints Michel et Gudule: tympanum over left door (86 kb, 8 May 2010)
  23. Brussels, Belgium: Cathédral des Saints Michel et Gudule: window (19th century, artist Jean-Baptiste Capronnier) (113 kb, 8 May 2010)
  24. Brussels, Belgium: Cathédral des Saints Michel et Gudule: window (19th century, artist Jean-Baptiste Capronnier) (115 kb, 8 May 2010)
  25. Brussels, Belgium: Clinique du Docteur Van Neck: view (1910, architect Antoine Pompe) (105 kb, 4 May 2010)
  26. Brussels, Belgium: Council of Europe building: Europa (94 kb, 4 May 2010)
  27. Brussels, Belgium: Église Notre Dame du Sablon (Church of Our Lady of Sablon): pulpit detail (85 kb, 4 May 2010)
  28. Brussels, Belgium: Église Notre Dame du Sablon (Church of Our Lady of Sablon): window (1861, Samuel Coucke) (161 kb, 4 May 2010)
  29. Brussels, Belgium: Église Notre Dame du Sablon (Church of Our Lady of Sablon): window (1861, Samuel Coucke) (145 kb, 4 May 2010)
  30. Brussels, Belgium: Église Notre Dame du Sablon (Church of Our Lady of Sablon): window (1861, Samuel Coucke) (155 kb, 4 May 2010)
  31. Brussels, Belgium: Église Notre Dame du Sablon (Church of Our Lady of Sablon): window (1861, Samuel Coucke) (127 kb, 4 May 2010)
  32. Brussels, Belgium: Église Notre Dame du Sablon (Church of Our Lady of Sablon): window (1861, Samuel Coucke) (124 kb, 4 May 2010)
  33. Brussels, Belgium: Eglise St-Sacrement: crucifixion (77 kb, 4 May 2010)
  34. Brussels, Belgium: Eglise St-Sacrement: rose window (107 kb, 4 May 2010)
  35. Brussels, Belgium: EU Charlemagne building: girls playing (1998, sculptor René Julien) (86 kb, 4 May 2010)
  36. Brussels, Belgium: Gare du Luxembourg: entrance (2004, Atelier Espace Léopold) (88 kb, 4 May 2010)
  37. Brussels, Belgium: Gare du Midi: Tintin in America (George Remi, Herge/) (63 kb, 4 May 2010)
  38. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), The House of the Dukes of Brabant: façade (107 kb, 8 May 2010)
  39. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), The House of the Dukes of Brabant: The Beurs, angel (80 kb, 8 May 2010)
  40. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), The House of the King of Spain: façade (94 kb, 8 May 2010)
  41. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), The She-Wolf: façade (1690s, architect Pieter Herbosch) (100 kb, 8 May 2010)
  42. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), The Swan: swan over door (90 kb, 8 May 2010)
  43. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), Town Hall: door (1402-1449, architects Jacob van Thienen, Jan van Ruysbroek) (108 kb, 8 May 2010)
  44. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place (Grote Markt), Town Hall: tympanum (1402-1449, architects Jacob van Thienen, Jan van Ruysbroek) (94 kb, 8 May 2010)
  45. Brussels, Belgium: Grand Place: Charles Buls memorial (1899, designed by Victor Horta and executed by Victor Rousseau) (84 kb, 8 May 2010)
  46. Brussels, Belgium: Hôtel de Ville de Saint-Gilles: La Nymphe du Bocq (1900, sculptor Jef Lambeaux) (102 kb, 4 May 2010)
  47. Brussels, Belgium: Hôtel Tassel, Rue Paul Emile Janson: view (1893, architect Victor Horta) (81 kb, 4 May 2010)
  48. Brussels, Belgium: Hôtel Van Eetvelde, Avenue Palmerston: view (1895, architect Victor Horta) (87 kb, 4 May 2010)
  49. Brussels, Belgium: József Antall building: façade (78 kb, 4 May 2010)
  50. Brussels, Belgium: JubelPark (Parc du Cinquantenaire): L'Automne (1950, sculptor Gustave Fontaine) (101 kb, 4 May 2010)
  51. Brussels, Belgium: JubelPark (Parc du Cinquantenaire): Le Printemps (1958, sculptor Henri Puvrez) (105 kb, 4 May 2010)
  52. Brussels, Belgium: JubelPark (Parc du Cinquantenaire): Les pionniers belges au Congo (1921, sculptor Thomas Vinçotte) (99 kb, 4 May 2010)
  53. Brussels, Belgium: JubelPark (Parc du Cinquantenaire): Les pionniers belges au Congo, detail at top (1921, sculptor Thomas Vinçotte) (107 kb, 4 May 2010)
  54. Brussels, Belgium: JubelPark (Parc du Cinquantenaire): Les pionniers belges au Congo, River Congo (1921, sculptor Thomas Vinçotte) (63 kb, 4 May 2010)
  55. Brussels, Belgium: JubelPark (Parc du Cinquantenaire): L'Étée (1958, sculptor Jean Canneel) (72 kb, 4 May 2010)
  56. Brussels, Belgium: Konrad Adenauer bridge: view (77 kb, 4 May 2010)
  57. Brussels, Belgium: Musée du Cinquantenaire: Egyptian (c 1955, sculptor Marcel Rau) (70 kb, 4 May 2010)
  58. Brussels, Belgium: Musée du Cinquantenaire: male (c 1954, sculptor Marcel Rau) (72 kb, 4 May 2010)
  59. Brussels, Belgium: Palais Stoclet: two women in sacrificial pose, (1905-1911, sculptor Emilie Schleiss-Simandl, architect Josef Hoffmann) (90 kb, 4 May 2010)
  60. Brussels, Belgium: Palais Stoclet: view (1905-1911, architect Josef Hoffmann) (71 kb, 4 May 2010)
  61. Brussels, Belgium: Palais Stoclet: west side (1905-1911, architect Josef Hoffmann) (74 kb, 4 May 2010)
  62. Brussels, Belgium: Parc de Bruxelles: Kiosque à musique, detail (1841, architect Jean-Pierre Cluysenaar) (101 kb, 4 May 2010)
  63. Brussels, Belgium: Place Poelaert: Infantry Memorial (1935, sculptor Edouard Vereycken, architect Ant. de Mol) (73 kb, 4 May 2010)
  64. Brussels, Belgium: Résidence Porte de Hal (was Maison des Aveugles), Boulevard du Midi: memorial to Robert Halot (1930s?) (96 kb, 4 May 2010)
  65. Brussels, Belgium: Royal Natural Science Institute of Belgium Museum (Musee de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique): dinosaur painting (87 kb, 4 May 2010)
  66. Brussels, Belgium: Rue d'Arenberg: La Cycliste (2005, Alain Séchas) (68 kb, 8 May 2010)
  67. Brussels, Belgium: Rue de la Loi: European Year of the Environment (1987?) (78 kb, 4 May 2010)
  68. Brussels, Belgium: Rue Ernest Blerot: Eurostar and cartoon characters from Editions du Lombard (2008, Johan de Moor) (91 kb, 4 May 2010)
  69. Brussels, Belgium: Rue Roger van der Weyden: street art (65 kb, 8 May 2010)
  70. Brussels, Belgium: Rue Roger van der Weyden: street art (75 kb, 8 May 2010)
  71. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: altar and behind, angels and saints (1923, artist Arthur Van Gramberen) (84 kb, 4 May 2010)
  72. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: Jesus and multiplication of bread (between 1904 and 1923, Jules Dobbelaere) (124 kb, 4 May 2010)
  73. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: Jesus blessing the children (between 1904 and 1923, Jules Dobbelaere) (132 kb, 4 May 2010)
  74. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: Jesus calming storm on the lake (between 1904 and 1923, Jules Dobbelaere) (118 kb, 4 May 2010)
  75. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: Jesus giving the Apostle Peter the keys to the kingdom of heaven (between 1904 and 1923, Jules Dobbelaere) (116 kb, 4 May 2010)
  76. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: nave (1862-1867, architect Victor Besme) (85 kb, 4 May 2010)
  77. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: Return of the Prodigal Son (between 1904 and 1923, Jules Dobbelaere) (121 kb, 4 May 2010)
  78. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: Sermon on the Mount (between 1904 and 1923, Jules Dobbelaere) (128 kb, 4 May 2010)
  79. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: The Good Shepherd (between 1904 and 1923, Jules Dobbelaere) (133 kb, 4 May 2010)
  80. Brussels, Belgium: Saint-Gilles: tympanum, scenes from life of St Gilles (1862-1867, architect Victor Besme) (60 kb, 4 May 2010)
  81. Brussels, Belgium: Square Ambiorix: monument to Max Waller (1919, sculptor Victor Rousseau) (104 kb, 4 May 2010)
  82. Brussels, Belgium: Square Ambiorix: The Horse at the Pond (1899, sculptor Constantin Meunier) (72 kb, 4 May 2010)
  83. Brussels, Belgium: Tour du Midi: fountain (1962-1967) (76 kb, 8 May 2010)
  84. Brussels, Belgium: Tour du Midi: fountain (1962-1967) (69 kb, 8 May 2010)
  85. Brussels, Belgium: Victor Horta house, Rue Américaine: balcony (1898-1901, architect Victor Horta) (88 kb, 4 May 2010)
  86. Brussels, Belgium: Victor Horta house, Rue Américaine: door (1898-1901, architect Victor Horta) (81 kb, 4 May 2010)
  87. Brussels, Belgium: Victor Horta house, Rue Américaine: window ironwork grille (1898-1901, architect Victor Horta) (92 kb, 4 May 2010)
  88. Liège, Belgium: Gare de Liège-Guillemins: roof (1997-2009, architect Santiago Calatrava) (103 kb, 8 May 2010)

Canada:

  1. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada: Canadian (Horseshoe) Falls: aerial view (64 kb, 21 September 2004)
  2. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada: Canadian (Horseshoe) Falls: aerial view upstream (97 kb, 21 September 2004)
  3. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Lester B. Pearson International Airport: Terminal 3, interior (c 2006) (87 kb, 16 August 2009)

Chile:

  1. Andes: dusty mountains (66 kb, 11 February 2000)
  2. Andes: snow-capped mountain (71 kb, 11 February 2000)
  3. Santiago, Chile: office building (69 kb, 11 February 2000)
  4. Santiago, Chile: office building (54 kb, 11 February 2000)

Brno:

  1. Brno, Czech Republic: Autobusové nádraží (Bus Station): traffic stand (1948-1949, Bohuslav Fuchs) (77 kb, 6 October 2010)
  2. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: air (101 kb, 6 October 2010)
  3. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: John (87 kb, 6 October 2010)
  4. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: Luke (99 kb, 6 October 2010)
  5. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: Mark (92 kb, 6 October 2010)
  6. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: Matthew (93 kb, 6 October 2010)
  7. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: sun and moon (93 kb, 6 October 2010)
  8. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): door detail: water (85 kb, 6 October 2010)
  9. Brno, Czech Republic: Bazilika Nanebevzetí Panny Marie (Basilica of The Assumption of Our Lady): south door (outside monastery) (98 kb, 6 October 2010)
  10. Brno, Czech Republic: Benešova, Autobusové nádražní (Bus Station): view (1948-1949, Bohuslav Fuchs) (76 kb, 9 October 2010)
  11. Brno, Czech Republic: Benešova, Všeobecná Zdravotní Pojišťovna České Republiky (Czech General Health Insurance Company): view (102 kb, 9 October 2010)
  12. Brno, Czech Republic: Biskupský dvůr (Bishop's Courtyard), Moravské zemské muzeum (Moravian Museum): Geologicko-Palenotologické Oddělení, man with lion cap (76 kb, 6 October 2010)
  13. Brno, Czech Republic: Biskupský dvůr (Bishop's Courtyard), Moravské zemské muzeum (Moravian Museum): Merkurovy kašny (Mercury Fountain) (1693-1699, Ignác Bendl, moved here from Freedom Square in 1858) (90 kb, 6 October 2010)
  14. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion A: ceiling (1927-1928, architects Josef Kalous, Jaroslav Valenta) (100 kb, 7 October 2010)
  15. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion A: rotunda (1927-1928, architects Josef Kalous, Jaroslav Valenta) (56 kb, 7 October 2010)
  16. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion A: stairway (1927-1928, architects Josef Kalous, Jaroslav Valenta) (54 kb, 7 October 2010)
  17. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion A: view (1927-1928, architects Josef Kalous, Jaroslav Valenta) (57 kb, 7 October 2010)
  18. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion C: view (1958-1959, architects Zdeněk Alexa, Zdeněk Denk, Ferdinand Lederer, Zdeněk Pospíšil, Milan Steinhauser) (53 kb, 7 October 2010)
  19. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion P: view (2008-2009) (82 kb, 7 October 2010)
  20. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilion Z: view (1958-1959, architects Zdeněk Alexa, Zdeněk Denk, Ferdinand Lederer, Zdeněk Pospíšil, Milan Steinhauser) (67 kb, 7 October 2010)
  21. Brno, Czech Republic: BVV Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno), Pavilon G, Vyhlídková věž (Observation Tower): view (1927-1928, Bohumír Čermák, reconstructed 1957-1958 and 1996) (46 kb, 7 October 2010)
  22. Brno, Czech Republic: Česká, Hotel Avion: view (1926-1928, Bohuslav Fuchs) (80 kb, 9 October 2010)
  23. Brno, Czech Republic: Cihlářská, Masarykův studentský domov: entrance cover (1929-1930, Bohuslav Fuchs) (76 kb, 6 October 2010)
  24. Brno, Czech Republic: Cihlářská, Masarykův studentský domov: view (1929-1930, Bohuslav Fuchs) (66 kb, 6 October 2010)
  25. Brno, Czech Republic: corner of Masarykova and Jánská: red lobster (68 kb, 6 October 2010)
  26. Brno, Czech Republic: Hlinky: tram lookout (75 kb, 7 October 2010)
  27. Brno, Czech Republic: Husova, Hotel International (Best Western): Hospitality (1962, sculptor Sylva Lacinová or Lacinová-Jílková) (91 kb, 8 October 2010)
  28. Brno, Czech Republic: Husova, Hotel International (Best Western): relief of sun (1961, Sylva Lacinová or Lacinová-Jílková, and Jan Rajlich, Sr.) (68 kb, 8 October 2010)
  29. Brno, Czech Republic: Husova, Hotel International (Best Western): view (74 kb, 8 October 2010)
  30. Brno, Czech Republic: JanáČkova akademie múzických umění: female column supports (75 kb, 8 October 2010)
  31. Brno, Czech Republic: Janáčkovo náměstí: Liška Bystrouška (1983, sculptor Jiří Marek) (102 kb, 6 October 2010)
  32. Brno, Czech Republic: Kapucinské náměstí 11: fairies as support for oriel window (1899) (63 kb, 6 October 2010)
  33. Brno, Czech Republic: Katedrála sv. Petra a Pavla (Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul): Crucifixion (105 kb, 6 October 2010)
  34. Brno, Czech Republic: Katedrála sv. Petra a Pavla (Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul): St Paul (late 19th century) (90 kb, 6 October 2010)
  35. Brno, Czech Republic: Katedrála sv. Petra a Pavla (Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul): St Peter (93 kb, 6 October 2010)
  36. Brno, Czech Republic: Katedrála sv. Petra a Pavla (Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul): St Peter (late 19th century) (92 kb, 6 October 2010)
  37. Brno, Czech Republic: Kopečna/, Policie České republiky: stairwell (74 kb, 9 October 2010)
  38. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel Nalezení sv. Kříže (Holy Cross): mosaic over entrance, St Francis of Assisi (artist V. Vokolek, replaced one destroyed in 18th century by weather) (79 kb, 6 October 2010)
  39. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Augustina (Church of St Augustine): window (artist František Süsser?) (96 kb, 7 October 2010)
  40. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): altar (99 kb, 9 October 2010)
  41. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): ceiling (82 kb, 6 October 2010)
  42. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): choir stalls (81 kb, 6 October 2010)
  43. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): Crucifixion (56 kb, 6 October 2010)
  44. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): Descent from the Cross (58 kb, 6 October 2010)
  45. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): interior (95 kb, 6 October 2010)
  46. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): old pews (87 kb, 9 October 2010)
  47. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): organ (81 kb, 6 October 2010)
  48. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): priest with crucifixion (74 kb, 9 October 2010)
  49. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): pulpit (74 kb, 6 October 2010)
  50. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): pulpit detail (83 kb, 9 October 2010)
  51. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Jakuba (St James' Church): relief over side altar (79 kb, 9 October 2010)
  52. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Janu s Loretou (Church of St John and Loreto): Loreto Chapel, trompe l'oeil ceiling (83 kb, 6 October 2010)
  53. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Janu s Loretou (Church of St John and Loreto): trompe l'oeil ceiling (91 kb, 6 October 2010)
  54. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Josefa (Church of St Joseph): Crucifixion (68 kb, 6 October 2010)
  55. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Michala (Church of St Michael): St Dominic (1728, Antonín Riga) (62 kb, 6 October 2010)
  56. Brno, Czech Republic: Kostel sv. Michala (Church of St Michael): St Vincentius Ferrerius (63 kb, 6 October 2010)
  57. Brno, Czech Republic: Kounicova 1: column support (62 kb, 6 October 2010)
  58. Brno, Czech Republic: Kounicova, Hotel Continental: ceiling in lobby (1961-1964, architect Zdeněk Řihák) (168 kb, 6 October 2010)
  59. Brno, Czech Republic: Kounicova, Hotel Continental: spiral staircase in lobby (1961-1964, architect Zdeněk Řihák) (89 kb, 6 October 2010)
  60. Brno, Czech Republic: Kounicova, Sokol Brno I: entrance (1928-1929, Miloše Lamla) (69 kb, 6 October 2010)
  61. Brno, Czech Republic: Kounicova, Sokol Brno I: view (1928-1929, Miloše Lamla) (70 kb, 6 October 2010)
  62. Brno, Czech Republic: Mahenovo divadlo (Mahen Theatre): pediment (1882, architect J. Nebehostenyho) (73 kb, 9 October 2010)
  63. Brno, Czech Republic: Mahenovo divadlo (Mahen Theatre): view (1882, architect J. Nebehostenyho) (86 kb, 9 October 2010)
  64. Brno, Czech Republic: Malinovského náměstí: Three Light Bulbs (in honor of Thomas Alva Edison, who installed electric lighting in the Mahen Theater in 1882) (2008, sculptor Tomáš Medek) (120 kb, 6 October 2010)
  65. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova 17: woman column support (48 kb, 6 October 2010)
  66. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): entrance building (2005-2010) (75 kb, 8 October 2010)
  67. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): Fakulta sportovních studií (Faculty of Sports Studies) (2005-2010) (65 kb, 8 October 2010)
  68. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): INBIT (Incubator for Biotechnology) (2005-2010) (74 kb, 8 October 2010)
  69. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): long hallway (2005-2010) (54 kb, 8 October 2010)
  70. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): one of the spine buildings (2005-2010) (76 kb, 7 October 2010)
  71. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): pedestrian bridge and entrance building (2005-2010) (74 kb, 7 October 2010)
  72. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova univerzita (Masaryk University): red reception building (2005-2010) (72 kb, 8 October 2010)
  73. Brno, Czech Republic: Masarykova: boy sticking tongue out (74 kb, 6 October 2010)
  74. Brno, Czech Republic: Měninská: animals, wall mural (1992, 1997, artist Vojkůvka) (67 kb, 6 October 2010)
  75. Brno, Czech Republic: Minoritská 8: façade decoration (88 kb, 6 October 2010)
  76. Brno, Czech Republic: Moravské náměstí 4: mother with son (1920s?, Josef Kubíček) (62 kb, 6 October 2010)
  77. Brno, Czech Republic: Moravské náměstí 4: woman with wheat (1920s?, Josef Kubíček) (62 kb, 6 October 2010)
  78. Brno, Czech Republic: Moravské náměstí, Kounicův Palác (Kounic Palace): two angels over door (82 kb, 6 October 2010)
  79. Brno, Czech Republic: Moravské náměstí, Moravská Galerie (Moravian Gallery), Místrodržitelsky/ palác (Governor's Palace): façade (90 kb, 6 October 2010)
  80. Brno, Czech Republic: Moravské náměstí, Moravská Galerie (Moravian Gallery), Místrodržitelsky/ palác (Governor's Palace): fountain (inaugurated 16 Sep 2010) (77 kb, 6 October 2010)
  81. Brno, Czech Republic: Moravské náměstí, Moravská Galerie (Moravian Gallery), Místrodržitelsky/ palác (Governor's Palace): Jan Jindřich (1742-1749, Josef Leonard Weber) (69 kb, 6 October 2010)
  82. Brno, Czech Republic: Moravské náměstí, Moravská Galerie (Moravian Gallery), Místrodržitelsky/ palác (Governor's Palace): Jošt Jindřich (1742-1749, Josef Leonard Weber) (72 kb, 6 October 2010)
  83. Brno, Czech Republic: Moravské náměstí, Nejvyšší Správní Soud (Supreme Administrative Court): Justice (Spravedlnost) (2010, Marius Kotrba) (67 kb, 6 October 2010)
  84. Brno, Czech Republic: Nádražní, Cestovní kancelář ČEDOK (Travel Agency Cedok): view (1928, Oskar Poříska, originally the headquarters of the Exhibition of Contemporary Culture in Czechoslovakia, and/or City Accomodation Office) (81 kb, 9 October 2010)
  85. Brno, Czech Republic: Nádražní, Lázně Kopečna/ (Spa): view (58 kb, 9 October 2010)
  86. Brno, Czech Republic: Nádražní, Pošta (post office): view (1936-1938, Bohuslav Fuchs) (81 kb, 9 October 2010)
  87. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square) 15: oriel window supports (82 kb, 6 October 2010)
  88. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Brno Clock: view (2010, Oldřicha Rujbra and Petra Kameníka) (67 kb, 9 October 2010)
  89. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Dům pánů z Lipé (House of the Lords of Lipa) (also known as Schwanzův palác): façade (c 1589, architect Antonio Gabri, sculptor Giogio Gialdi) (110 kb, 6 October 2010)
  90. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Dům pánů z Lipé (House of the Lords of Lipa) (also known as Schwanzův palác): left column support (c 1589, architect Antonio Gabri, sculptor Giogio Gialdi) (76 kb, 6 October 2010)
  91. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Dům pánů z Lipé (House of the Lords of Lipa) (also known as Schwanzův palác): right column support (c 1589, architect Antonio Gabri, sculptor Giogio Gialdi) (71 kb, 6 October 2010)
  92. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Dům u čtyř mamlasů (House of the four idiots): four column supports (1901-1902, sculptor Antonín Tomola, architect Germano Wanderley) (81 kb, 6 October 2010)
  93. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Moravská banka (Moravian Bank): view (1929-1931, Bohuslav Fuchs and Arnošt Wiesner) (79 kb, 9 October 2010)
  94. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Morový sloup (Pillar of the Plague): view (1679, Jan Křtitel Erna) (65 kb, 9 October 2010)
  95. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Morový sloup (Pillar of the Plague): Virgin Mary (1679, Jan Křtitel Erna) (44 kb, 9 October 2010)
  96. Brno, Czech Republic: Náměstí Svobody (Freedom Square), Palác Omega: view (2005-2006, Kuba and Pilař Architekti) (83 kb, 6 October 2010)
  97. Brno, Czech Republic: Nová radnice (New Town Hall): August (Srpen), fountain figure (1928, to the design of J. Pešek and J. Stejskal for the Exhibition of Contemporary Culture held in Brno on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the creation of the first Czechoslovak Republic, relocated here following the restoration of the Town Hall complex in 1935) (76 kb, 6 October 2010)
  98. Brno, Czech Republic: Nová radnice (New Town Hall): December (Prosinec), fountain figure (1928, to the design of J. Pešek and J. Stejskal for the Exhibition of Contemporary Culture held in Brno on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the creation of the first Czechoslovak Republic, relocated here following the restoration of the Town Hall complex in 1935) (73 kb, 6 October 2010)
  99. Brno, Czech Republic: Nová radnice (New Town Hall): fountain with allegorical figures representing the 12 months of the year (1928, to the design of J. Pešek and J. Stejskal for the Exhibition of Contemporary Culture held in Brno on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the creation of the first Czechoslovak Republic, relocated here following the restoration of the Town Hall complex in 1935) (78 kb, 6 October 2010)
  100. Brno, Czech Republic: Nová radnice (New Town Hall): May (Květen), fountain figure (1928, to the design of J. Pešek and J. Stejskal for the Exhibition of Contemporary Culture held in Brno on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the creation of the first Czechoslovak Republic, relocated here following the restoration of the Town Hall complex in 1935) (73 kb, 6 October 2010)
  101. Brno, Czech Republic: Nová radnice (New Town Hall): modern copy of baroque Brno dragon (originally constructed in 1780s) (76 kb, 6 October 2010)
  102. Brno, Czech Republic: Nová radnice (New Town Hall): September (Září), fountain figure (1928, to the design of J. Pešek and J. Stejskal for the Exhibition of Contemporary Culture held in Brno on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the creation of the first Czechoslovak Republic, relocated here following the restoration of the Town Hall complex in 1935) (72 kb, 6 October 2010)
  103. Brno, Czech Republic: Nová radnice (New Town Hall): sundial (1728, F. Čádecky) (61 kb, 6 October 2010)
  104. Brno, Czech Republic: Nová radnice (New Town Hall): sundial (1728, F. Čádecky) (63 kb, 6 October 2010)
  105. Brno, Czech Republic: Nová radnice (New Town Hall): sundial (1728, F. Čádecky) (65 kb, 6 October 2010)
  106. Brno, Czech Republic: Park Koliště, Zemanova Kavárna (Café Zeman): view (1925, Bohuslav Fuchs, demolished 1964, rebuilt 1994-1995) (90 kb, 9 October 2010)
  107. Brno, Czech Republic: Park Koliště: Česající se dívka (Girl combing hair) (1961, Sylva Lacinová or Lacinová-Jílková) (105 kb, 6 October 2010)
  108. Brno, Czech Republic: Park náměstí 28. října: Ženy po koupeli (Women after bath) (1961, Sylva Lacinová or Lacinová-Jílková) (99 kb, 6 October 2010)
  109. Brno, Czech Republic: Pekařská: mosaic sculpture (1999, HavlíČek) (129 kb, 9 October 2010)
  110. Brno, Czech Republic: Poštovská 70/2: Mother and Child (74 kb, 9 October 2010)
  111. Brno, Czech Republic: Rooseveltova, Včelín (Bienenhaus, Apiary): façade (67 kb, 6 October 2010)
  112. Brno, Czech Republic: Smetanova 41: wall mural representing defense against Swedes in 1645 (1910, architect Vladimír Fischer, artist Jano Köhlera) (130 kb, 6 October 2010)
  113. Brno, Czech Republic: Stará Radnice (Old Town Hall): decoration over entrance (with twisted turret) (c 1511, sculptor Anton Pilgram) (69 kb, 6 October 2010)
  114. Brno, Czech Republic: Starobrněnská 7: Dragon door knocker (41 kb, 6 October 2010)
  115. Brno, Czech Republic: Starobrněnská 7: Two (almost) Sphinxes (59 kb, 6 October 2010)
  116. Brno, Czech Republic: Veveří 537/56: façade (76 kb, 7 October 2010)
  117. Brno, Czech Republic: Zelný trh (Cabbage or Vegetable Market), Divadlo Husa na provázku (Theatre): façade detail (52 kb, 6 October 2010)
  118. Brno, Czech Republic: Zelný trh (Cabbage or Vegetable Market), Divadlo Husa na provázku (Theatre): view (82 kb, 6 October 2010)
  119. Brno, Czech Republic: Zelný trh (Cabbage or Vegetable Market), Divadlo Reduta (Theatre): Mozart on a piano (2006-2007, Kurt Gebauer) (47 kb, 6 October 2010)
  120. Brno, Czech Republic: Zelný trh (Cabbage or Vegetable Market): Holy Trinity (1729, sculptor Anton Schweigl) (86 kb, 6 October 2010)
  121. Brno, Czech Republic: Zelný trh (Cabbage or Vegetable Market): trompe l'oeil at back of building (41 kb, 6 October 2010)

Prague:

  1. Prague, Czech Republic: Celetná 36: male column support (72 kb, 9 October 2010)
  2. Prague, Czech Republic: Celetná, Hotel Barceló: Zlaty Andel (Golden Angel) (73 kb, 9 October 2010)
  3. Prague, Czech Republic: Celetná, U bíé/ho Iva (House at the White Lion): decoration over door (58 kb, 9 October 2010)
  4. Prague, Czech Republic: Celetná, U černého slunce (House at the Black Sun): decoration over door (73 kb, 9 October 2010)
  5. Prague, Czech Republic: Karlova, Caffé Per Lei: female relief (64 kb, 9 October 2010)
  6. Prague, Czech Republic: Karlova, Hotel U zlaté studny (House at the Golden Well): façade sculpture (66 kb, 9 October 2010)
  7. Prague, Czech Republic: Malé náměstí, V.J. Rott: wall mural (1896-1897, artist Mikoláš Aleš) (99 kb, 9 October 2010)
  8. Prague, Czech Republic: Mariánské náměstí, Městská knihovna v Praze (Municipal Library of Prague): central two of the six allegorical sculptures above entrance (1925-1928, sculptor Ladislav Kofránek, architect František Roith) (88 kb, 9 October 2010)
  9. Prague, Czech Republic: Na Poříčí, Legionářská banka (Legiobanka): frieze, perparing for World War I (sculptor Otto Guttfreund) (97 kb, 9 October 2010)
  10. Prague, Czech Republic: Na Poříčí, Legionářská banka (Legiobanka): top of tower (2005-2007, PSP Architekten Ingenieure) (56 kb, 9 October 2010)
  11. Prague, Czech Republic: Na Poříčí, Legionářská banka (Legiobanka): WWI memorial for Battle of Doss Alto (1923, sculptor Jan Štursa, architect Josef Gočár) (75 kb, 9 October 2010)
  12. Prague, Czech Republic: Na Poříčí, Legionářská banka (Legiobanka): WWI memorial for Battle of Zborov (1923, sculptor Jan Štursa, architect Josef Gočár) (80 kb, 9 October 2010)
  13. Prague, Czech Republic: Na Poříčí, Legionářská banka (Legiobanka): WWI memorial for Battles in Terron and Vouziers (1923, sculptor Jan Štursa, architect Josef Gočár) (99 kb, 9 October 2010)
  14. Prague, Czech Republic: Na Poříčí, Legionářská banka (Legiobanka): WWI memorial for Magistrále (1923, sculptor Jan Štursa, architect Josef Gočár) (82 kb, 9 October 2010)
  15. Prague, Czech Republic: Na Poříčí, Palladium Shopping Centre: two thinkers (82 kb, 9 October 2010)
  16. Prague, Czech Republic: Na Poříčí: black and white stone pavement (113 kb, 9 October 2010)
  17. Prague, Czech Republic: Náměstí Republiky, Obecní dům (Municipal House): Apotheosis of Prague (after painting by Karel Spillar) (81 kb, 9 October 2010)
  18. Prague, Czech Republic: Náměstí Republiky, Obecní dům (Municipal House): lantern (1905-1912, Karel Novak) (102 kb, 9 October 2010)
  19. Prague, Czech Republic: Staroměstské náměstí (Old Town Square), Kostel sv. Mikuláse (St Nicholas Church): St Nicholas (56 kb, 9 October 2010)
  20. Prague, Czech Republic: Staroměstské náměstí (Old Town Square), Storchův dum (Storch House, House at the Stone Virgin Mary): mural of St Wenceslas (1896-1897, artist Mikoláš Aleš, architect Bedřich Ohmann and Rudolf Krieghammer) (89 kb, 9 October 2010)
  21. Prague, Czech Republic: Staroměstské náměstí (Old Town Square): Jan Hus memorial (1915, Ladislav Šaloun) (77 kb, 9 October 2010)
  22. Prague, Czech Republic: U Obecního domu, Hotel Pariz (Paris): façade (1904, Jan Vejrych) (98 kb, 9 October 2010)
  23. Prague, Czech Republic: U Prašné Brány 3: gate (1903-1904, Bedrich Bendelmayer) (101 kb, 9 October 2010)

Lyon:

  1. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Halle Tony Garnier: view (1905, Tony Garnier) (59 kb, 24 August 2012)
  2. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, IBCP (Institute of Biology and Chemistry of Proteins): helical staircase (1991) (57 kb, 24 August 2012)
  3. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon: view (2012, Sud Architectes) (65 kb, 24 August 2012)
  4. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Institut de science financière et d'assurances (ISFA): courtyard view, glass (2004) (93 kb, 24 August 2012)
  5. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Institut de science financière et d'assurances (ISFA): courtyard view, wood (2004) (76 kb, 24 August 2012)
  6. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Institut de science financière et d'assurances (ISFA): view (2004) (64 kb, 24 August 2012)
  7. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, Merial: view (102 kb, 24 August 2012)
  8. Lyon, France: Avenue Tony Garnier, SNC-Lavalin: view (2010, Xanadu architectes and Unanime Architectes) (102 kb, 24 August 2012)
  9. Lyon, France: Basilique Saint-Martin d'Ainay: choir and apse (102 kb, 26 August 2012)
  10. Lyon, France: Basilique Saint-Martin d'Ainay: floor mosaic (113 kb, 26 August 2012)
  11. Lyon, France: Basilique Saint-Martin d'Ainay: painting (which looks like mosaic) in dome over altar (1855, Hippolyte Flandrin) (106 kb, 26 August 2012)
  12. Lyon, France: Basilique Saint-Martin d'Ainay: St Michael (135 kb, 26 August 2012)
  13. Lyon, France: Basilique Saint-Martin d'Ainay: St Raphael (143 kb, 26 August 2012)
  14. Lyon, France: Basilique Saint-Martin d'Ainay: transept dome (1899, Charles Lameire) (98 kb, 26 August 2012)
  15. Lyon, France: Boulevard Jules Ferry, Central téléphonique Lalande: relief (53 kb, 25 August 2012)
  16. Lyon, France: Boulevard Jules Ferry: La Main Tendue (1989, sculptor Arman) (79 kb, 25 August 2012)
  17. Lyon, France: Boulevard Vivier-Merle, Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon: view (1972; 2007, new entrance Philippe Audart of Cabinet Audart et Favaro) (79 kb, 26 August 2012)
  18. Lyon, France: Boulevard Vivier-Merle, E-Artsup: top (68 kb, 26 August 2012)
  19. Lyon, France: Boulevard Vivier-Merle, Tour Oxygène: main entrance (71 kb, 25 August 2012)
  20. Lyon, France: Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon: astronomical clock, 14th century (115 kb, 23 August 2012)
  21. Lyon, France: Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon: Descent from the Cross, 1848, Laurent-Charles Mare/chal and Louis-Napole/on Gugnon (112 kb, 23 August 2012)
  22. Lyon, France: Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon: swirly window (81 kb, 23 August 2012)
  23. Lyon, France: Eglise arménienne Saint-Jacques: monument to Armenians who died for France (57 kb, 26 August 2012)
  24. Lyon, France: Eglise arménienne Saint-Jacques: monument to Genocide of Armenians (55 kb, 26 August 2012)
  25. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Nom de Jésus: Jesus and the children (designer, Father Dauzas??) (159 kb, 24 August 2012)
  26. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Nom de Jésus: Saint Imelda (designer, Father Dauzas??) (84 kb, 24 August 2012)
  27. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Nom de Jésus: some saints (designer, Father Dauzas??) (121 kb, 24 August 2012)
  28. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Nom de Jésus: windows behind altar (designer, Father Dauzas??) (82 kb, 24 August 2012)
  29. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Pothin: Blandine (1932, artist Joseph-Emile Bégule, made by Balmet of Grenoble) (108 kb, 24 August 2012)
  30. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Pothin: Clotilde (1932, artist Joseph-Emile Bégule, made by Balmet of Grenoble) (107 kb, 24 August 2012)
  31. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Pothin: Guardian of the City (1932, artist Joseph-Emile Bégule, made by Balmet of Grenoble) (99 kb, 24 August 2012)
  32. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Pothin: John the Evangelist (1932, artist Joseph-Emile Bégule, made by Balmet of Grenoble) (108 kb, 24 August 2012)
  33. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Pothin: Polycarpe (1932, artist Joseph-Emile Bégule, made by Balmet of Grenoble) (108 kb, 24 August 2012)
  34. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Pothin: Saint Genevieve (1932, artist Joseph-Emile Bégule, made by Balmet of Grenoble) (106 kb, 24 August 2012)
  35. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Pothin: Saint Irena (1932, artist Joseph-Emile Bégule, made by Balmet of Grenoble) (99 kb, 24 August 2012)
  36. Lyon, France: Eglise Saint Pothin: Saint Pothin (1932, artist Joseph-Emile Bégule, made by Balmet of Grenoble) (105 kb, 24 August 2012)
  37. Lyon, France: Fontaine Bartholdi: horses, fountain (1888, Frédéric Bartholdi, originally intended for Bordeaux) (122 kb, 24 August 2012)
  38. Lyon, France: Hôtel de Ville: door (1646-1672, Simon Maupin; restoration 1701-1703, after fire of 1674, Jules Hardouin-Mansart and Robert de Cotte) (110 kb, 23 August 2012)
  39. Lyon, France: Hôtel de Ville: view (1646-1672, Simon Maupin; restoration 1701-1703, after fire of 1674, Jules Hardouin-Mansart and Robert de Cotte) (79 kb, 23 August 2012)
  40. Lyon, France: La Part Dieu: floor light (53 kb, 25 August 2012)
  41. Lyon, France: La Part Dieu: glass ceiling with louvers (86 kb, 26 August 2012)
  42. Lyon, France: La Part Dieu: seating (65 kb, 25 August 2012)
  43. Lyon, France: Le Palais Bondy: relief at top (1904, architect Eugène Huguet, sculptor Thomas Lamothe) (79 kb, 23 August 2012)
  44. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Bonaventure: Ascension (1945, artist Louis Charrat, stained glass maker Joséphine Lamy-Paille) (101 kb, 24 August 2012)
  45. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Bonaventure: Assumption of the Virgin, detail (1945, artist Louis Charrat, stained glass maker Joséphine Lamy-Paille) (125 kb, 24 August 2012)
  46. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Bonaventure: Baptism of Clovis by St é/my on Christmas, 496 (1945, artist Louis Charrat, stained glass maker Joséphine Lamy-Paille) (103 kb, 24 August 2012)
  47. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Bonaventure: Commemoration of founding of the church (in 1471, by Simon de Pavie Wedelin) (1945, artist Louis Charrat, stained glass maker Joséphine Lamy-Paille) (92 kb, 24 August 2012)
  48. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Bonaventure: Crucifixion (1945, artist Louis Charrat, stained glass maker Joséphine Lamy-Paille) (77 kb, 24 August 2012)
  49. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Bonaventure: Flight into Egypt (1945, artist Louis Charrat, stained glass maker Joséphine Lamy-Paille) (81 kb, 24 August 2012)
  50. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Bonaventure: Saint Bonaventure (??) (1945, artist Louis Charrat, stained glass maker Joséphine Lamy-Paille) (74 kb, 24 August 2012)
  51. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Nizier: distributing bread in Place des Cordeliers by the Brotherhood of St Trinity (1894, Lucien Bégule) (126 kb, 24 August 2012)
  52. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Nizier: exterior half dome (vault) over main entrance (late 16th century) (112 kb, 24 August 2012)
  53. Lyon, France: L'Eglise Saint-Nizier: reading of the statutes of the Brotherhood of St Trinity (1894, Lucien Bégule) (105 kb, 24 August 2012)
  54. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: hall (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (70 kb, 26 August 2012)
  55. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: pavement light (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (74 kb, 26 August 2012)
  56. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: roof and lobby (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (104 kb, 26 August 2012)
  57. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: roof structure (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (117 kb, 26 August 2012)
  58. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: shelter (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (91 kb, 26 August 2012)
  59. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: support columns (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (56 kb, 26 August 2012)
  60. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: travelator (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (79 kb, 26 August 2012)
  61. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: view (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (92 kb, 26 August 2012)
  62. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, train station: view (1989-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (93 kb, 26 August 2012)
  63. Lyon, France: Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, tram station: seating (95 kb, 26 August 2012)
  64. Lyon, France: Montée des Carmélites: street art (111 kb, 23 August 2012)
  65. Lyon, France: Monument Burdeau: fountain (79 kb, 23 August 2012)
  66. Lyon, France: Musée des Beaux Arts: cloister (62 kb, 24 August 2012)
  67. Lyon, France: Passerelle du Collège: view (1844) (79 kb, 24 August 2012)
  68. Lyon, France: Passerelle St Vincent: view (134 kb, 23 August 2012)
  69. Lyon, France: Place Ampère: monument to André-Marie Ampère, Sphinx fountain (1888, Charles Textor) (96 kb, 26 August 2012)
  70. Lyon, France: Place Antonin Poncet: L'arbre à fleurs (Flower Tree) (2003, Choi Jeong-Hwa) (98 kb, 26 August 2012)
  71. Lyon, France: Place Carnot, Monument à la Résistance: Veilleur de pierre (1948, architect L. Thomas, sculptor Georges Salendre) (66 kb, 26 August 2012)
  72. Lyon, France: Place de Francfort, Le Terra Mundi (includes Grandlyon habitat): view (2010-2011, HTVS) (95 kb, 26 August 2012)
  73. Lyon, France: Place de la Bourse, Palais du Commerce: two women over door (building 1856-1860, architect René Dardel) (91 kb, 24 August 2012)
  74. Lyon, France: Place de la Comédie, Opéra National de Lyon: eight muses (1826, architects Chenavard and Pollet) (94 kb, 25 August 2012)
  75. Lyon, France: Place des Cordeliers, Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie de Lyon: Rhône and Saône (1905, Wermar) (91 kb, 23 August 2012)
  76. Lyon, France: Place des Cordeliers, Le Grand Bazar: view (ca. 2007, Jean-Pierre Buffi and Philippe de Fouchier) (100 kb, 23 August 2012)
  77. Lyon, France: Place Louis Pradel: Fontaine Le Soleil (1982, sculptor Jean-Robert Ipoustéguy) (99 kb, 24 August 2012)
  78. Lyon, France: Place Louis Pradel: monument dedicated to Louise Labé and Maurice Scève (1982, sculptor Jean-Robert Ipoustéguy) (64 kb, 25 August 2012)
  79. Lyon, France: Place Sathonay: lion fountain (1823, François Frédéric Lemot) (82 kb, 23 August 2012)
  80. Lyon, France: Place Sathonay: lion fountain (1823, François Frédéric Lemot) (77 kb, 23 August 2012)
  81. Lyon, France: Place Tolozan: Le Patineur (sculptor César) (104 kb, 24 August 2012)
  82. Lyon, France: Quai Claude Bernard, Piscine du Rhône: flagpoles (lamps) (1962-1965, Alexandre Audouze-Tabourin) (54 kb, 26 August 2012)
  83. Lyon, France: Quai Général Sarrail: Maori man (106 kb, 25 August 2012)
  84. Lyon, France: Rue de Créqui, Bourse du Travail: La Vie embellie par le Travail, left section (1934, architect Charles Meysson, artist Fernand Fargeot, made by Gaudin) (96 kb, 25 August 2012)
  85. Lyon, France: Rue de Créqui, Bourse du Travail: La Vie embellie par le Travail, middle section (1934, architect Charles Meysson, artist Fernand Fargeot, made by Gaudin) (94 kb, 25 August 2012)
  86. Lyon, France: Rue de Créqui, Bourse du Travail: La Vie embellie par le Travail, right section (1934, architect Charles Meysson, artist Fernand Fargeot, made by Gaudin) (87 kb, 25 August 2012)
  87. Lyon, France: Rue de Créqui, Groupement des Accidentes du Travail et des Handicapes: sign (46 kb, 26 August 2012)
  88. Lyon, France: Rue de la Martinière, Lyce/e la Martinière des jeunes filles: Labore et Constantia (1906-1907, architects François Clermont and Eugène Riboud) (89 kb, 23 August 2012)
  89. Lyon, France: Rue de la Martinière, Salle Rameau: muse Euterpe (1907-1908, architects Franc_ois Clermont and Eugène Riboud; mosaic Mangier and Guillermin, material from Venice) (82 kb, 23 August 2012)
  90. Lyon, France: Rue de la Martinière, Salle Rameau: muse Polymnie (1907-1908, architects Franc_ois Clermont and Eugène Riboud; mosaic Mangier and Guillermin, material from Venice) (82 kb, 23 August 2012)
  91. Lyon, France: Rue de la Part-Dieu: Interflora (78 kb, 25 August 2012)
  92. Lyon, France: Rue de la Platière: panther and leopard, trompe l'oeil (77 kb, 24 August 2012)
  93. Lyon, France: Rue des Tables-Claudiennes: street art (90 kb, 23 August 2012)
  94. Lyon, France: Rue du Lac, Grand Lyon: sculpture (82 kb, 26 August 2012)
  95. Lyon, France: Rue Garibaldi (Place Charles-De-Gaulle): fountain (139 kb, 24 August 2012)
  96. Lyon, France: Rue Garibaldi, Auditorium Maurice-Ravel: viwe (1975, Henri Pottier and Charles Delfante) (64 kb, 26 August 2012)
  97. Lyon, France: Rue Grenette: Mother and Child (85 kb, 23 August 2012)
  98. Lyon, France: Rue Louis Blanc 65: trompe l'oeil balcony (artist, Mur'art) (44 kb, 24 August 2012)
  99. Lyon, France: Rue Moncey: Le Buisson ardent (1980, Geneviève Böhmer) (106 kb, 25 August 2012)
  100. Lyon, France: Rue Neyret: street art (76 kb, 23 August 2012)
  101. Lyon, France: Rue Pleney: lion (2004, Sylvie Margot) (113 kb, 24 August 2012)
  102. Lyon, France: Rue Saint-Jean, Boulangerie du Palais: sign for shop (82 kb, 23 August 2012)
  103. Lyon, France: Rue Servient, Cité d'Administrative d'Etat: sculpture (Etienne Martin) (69 kb, 26 August 2012)
  104. Lyon, France: Rue Voltaire, Caisse d'Assurances Sociales de Travail: man (deco, 1934-1935, architect Louis Weckerlin, sculptor Jean Dulac) (43 kb, 25 August 2012)
  105. Lyon, France: Rue Voltaire, Caisse d'Assurances Sociales de Travail: woman (deco, 1934-1935, architect Louis Weckerlin, sculptor Jean Dulac) (46 kb, 25 August 2012)
  106. Lyon, France: Tour Oxygène: view (2007-2010, Arte Charpentier et associés) (75 kb, 26 August 2012)
  107. Lyon, France: Tour Part-Dieu: view (1977, Araldo Cossutta & Associates; Stéphane du Château) (77 kb, 26 August 2012)
  108. Lyon, France: Tour Part-Dieu: view (1977, Araldo Cossutta & Associates; Stéphane du Château) (83 kb, 26 August 2012)

Paris:

  1. Paris, France: 1 Rue Boulard: door (1900) (65 kb, 4 March 2004)
  2. Paris, France: 1 Rue Boulard: door detail (1900) (82 kb, 13 October 2006)
  3. Paris, France: 1 Rue Boulard: wall decoration (1900) (73 kb, 4 March 2004)
  4. Paris, France: 1 Rue Gaston Boissier: top of façade (49 kb, 19 November 2007)
  5. Paris, France: 1 Rue Mizon: window (1901, architect Noël Martin) (73 kb, 13 October 2006)
  6. Paris, France: 10 Rue Agar: view (1911, architect Hector Guimard) (88 kb, 27 April 2009)
  7. Paris, France: 10 Rue Mallet-Stevens: exterior (art deco, 1927, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, stained glass windows by Louis Barillet) (78 kb, 2 April 2004)
  8. Paris, France: 10 Rue Valentin Haüy: door (art nouveau, 1904, architect Paul Denis) (77 kb, 12 October 2006)
  9. Paris, France: 10 Rue Valentin Haüy: sculpture over door of woman (1904, architect Paul Denis) (70 kb, 12 October 2006)
  10. Paris, France: 102 Boulevard Brune: woman and dog (sculptor Albert David) (88 kb, 19 November 2007)
  11. Paris, France: 102 Boulevard Brune: woman and dove (sculptor Albert David) (86 kb, 19 November 2007)
  12. Paris, France: 11 bis Rue César Franck: façade (1905, architects Noël and Gaston Martin, sculptor Paul Le Bègue) (87 kb, 27 March 2003)
  13. Paris, France: 11 bis Rue Valentin Haüy: window (art nouveau, 1904, architect Paul Denis) (79 kb, 12 October 2006)
  14. Paris, France: 11 Rue François Millet: view (1910, architect Hector Guimard) (98 kb, 27 April 2009)
  15. Paris, France: 11 Rue François Millet: window grille (1910, architect Hector Guimard) (74 kb, 27 April 2009)
  16. Paris, France: 12 Rue Blomet: door (85 kb, 10 October 2006)
  17. Paris, France: 12, 10 Rue Mallet-Stevens: view (1927, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens) (71 kb, 27 April 2009)
  18. Paris, France: 124 Avenue Victor Hugo: portrait over door (1907, sculptor Fonquergne, architect Pierre Humbert) (52 kb, 27 April 2009)
  19. Paris, France: 134 Rue de Grenelle: window (1903, architect Jules Lavirotte) (85 kb, 5 March 2004)
  20. Paris, France: 137 Boulevard Raspail: window ironwork (1922, architect Henri Sauvage) (88 kb, 10 October 2006)
  21. Paris, France: 14 Place Adolphe Chérioux: door (art nouveau, 1902, architect Henri Ragache) (82 kb, 28 March 2003)
  22. Paris, France: 143 Boulevard Raspail: door (1906, architect Albert Prugnaud) (77 kb, 4 March 2004)
  23. Paris, France: 147 Rue d'Alésia: door (1923, Varoteaux) (60 kb, 19 November 2007)
  24. Paris, France: 148 Rue de Grenelle: caryatids surrounding window (73 kb, 12 October 2006)
  25. Paris, France: 151 Rue de Grenelle: door (art nouveau, 1898, architect Jules Lavirotte) (103 kb, 5 March 2004)
  26. Paris, France: 151 Rue de Grenelle: lizard eating corn cob on door (art nouveau, 1898, architect Jules Lavirotte) (104 kb, 5 March 2004)
  27. Paris, France: 153 Boulevard Brune: decoration above door (1906, architect Charles Van Pétéghem) (65 kb, 19 November 2007)
  28. Paris, France: 153 Boulevard Brune: window grill (1906, architect Charles Van Pétéghem) (64 kb, 19 November 2007)
  29. Paris, France: 16 Rue Bouchut: window decoration (1905, architect L.Maechler, sculptor Paul Le Bègue) (83 kb, 26 April 2009)
  30. Paris, France: 16-18 Rue des Favorites (was Centre de Chèques Postaux): view (1932-1935, Michel Roux-Spitz) (76 kb, 19 November 2007)
  31. Paris, France: 17 Square de Montsouris: view (c 1930, D. Zielinsky) (100 kb, 19 November 2007)
  32. Paris, France: 177 Rue d'Alésia: caryatids surrounding window (1899, Denisson, Fils, sculptor M. Rouilliere) (77 kb, 13 October 2006)
  33. Paris, France: 18 Rue Henri Heine: view (1926, architect Hector Guimard) (92 kb, 27 April 2009)
  34. Paris, France: 185 Rue de Vaugirard: façade (1898, architect Henri Ragache ) (111 kb, 11 October 2006)
  35. Paris, France: 199 Avenue Victor Hugo: canopy (marquise) (c 1900) (106 kb, 27 April 2009)
  36. Paris, France: 2 Rue Lecourbe: door (art nouveau, 1902, architect Henri Ragache) (97 kb, 4 March 2004)
  37. Paris, France: 20 bis Rue d'Alésia: figures surrounding window (87 kb, 19 November 2007)
  38. Paris, France: 20 Rue Raynouard: squirrel eating pine cones, decoration over door (1913, sculptor Mourgues, architect Albert Vêque) (73 kb, 27 April 2009)
  39. Paris, France: 21 Rue Vouillé: wall sculpture (79 kb, 13 October 2006)
  40. Paris, France: 24 Rue Nungesser-et-Coli: bathroom (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (39 kb, 27 April 2009)
  41. Paris, France: 24 Rue Nungesser-et-Coli: bedroom (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (30 kb, 27 April 2009)
  42. Paris, France: 24 Rue Nungesser-et-Coli: chaise longue (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (50 kb, 27 April 2009)
  43. Paris, France: 24 Rue Nungesser-et-Coli: spiral staircase (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (37 kb, 27 April 2009)
  44. Paris, France: 24 Rue Nungesser-et-Coli: view (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (94 kb, 27 April 2009)
  45. Paris, France: 247, 249 Rue de Vaugirard: relief of family (36 kb, 25 April 2009)
  46. Paris, France: 25 bis Rue Benjamin Franklin: view (1902-1903, architects Auguste and Gustave Perret, ceramist Alexandre Bigot) (103 kb, 27 April 2009)
  47. Paris, France: 25 bis Rue Benjamin Franklin: wall decoration (1902-1903, architects Auguste and Gustave Perret, tiles by Alexandre Bigot) (112 kb, 2 April 2004)
  48. Paris, France: 25 bis Rue Benjamin Franklin: wall detail (1902-1903, architects Auguste and Gustave Perret, ceramist Alexandre Bigot) (82 kb, 27 April 2009)
  49. Paris, France: 26 Rue Vavin: façade (1912-1914, architect Henri Sauvage and Charles Sarazin ) (112 kb, 10 October 2006)
  50. Paris, France: 27 Square de Montsouris: tile decoration on wall (95 kb, 19 November 2007)
  51. Paris, France: 276 Boulevard Raspail: wall sculpture of a man kissing a woman (1905, architect Theo Petit, sculpture E. Derre) (71 kb, 10 October 2006)
  52. Paris, France: 276 Boulevard Raspail: wall sculpture of old woman holding old (dead?) man (1905, architect Theo Petit, sculpture E. Derre) (69 kb, 10 October 2006)
  53. Paris, France: 29 Avenue Rapp: door (art nouveau, 1901, architect Jules Lavirotte, sculptor Jean-Baptise Larrivé) (104 kb, 27 March 2003)
  54. Paris, France: 29 Avenue Rapp: façade (art nouveau, 1901, architect Jules Lavirotte) (113 kb, 2 April 2004)
  55. Paris, France: 29 Avenue Rapp: lizard on door (art nouveau, 1901, architect Jules Lavirotte) (113 kb, 28 March 2003)
  56. Paris, France: 29 Rue des Volontaires: façade (1897, architect Henri Ragache) (95 kb, 25 June 2004)
  57. Paris, France: 3 Rue Gauguet: view (c 1930, D. Zielinsky) (79 kb, 19 November 2007)
  58. Paris, France: 3 Rue Raffet: door (art deco, 1929, architect Ch. Plumet) (80 kb, 25 June 2004)
  59. Paris, France: 3 Square Rapp: door (art nouveau, 1899-1900, architect Jules Lavirotte) (91 kb, 28 March 2003)
  60. Paris, France: 3 Villa Patrice Boudard: door (1914 and 1920, architects Patrice Boudard, L. Bonnard and G.M. Boucaud) (64 kb, 19 December 2003)
  61. Paris, France: 31 bis Rue Campagne-Première: façade (1911, architect André Arfvidson; tiles by Alexandre Bigot) (108 kb, 4 March 2004)
  62. Paris, France: 31 bis Rue Campagne-Première: window (1911, architect André Arfvidson; tiles by Alexandre Bigot) (100 kb, 10 October 2006)
  63. Paris, France: 32 Rue Lecourbe: door (1904, architect F. Vallois) (83 kb, 13 October 2004)
  64. Paris, France: 4 Square de Montsouris: tile decoration below eaves (84 kb, 19 November 2007)
  65. Paris, France: 41 Rue Boulard: gate (84 kb, 13 October 2006)
  66. Paris, France: 41 Rue Brancion: door (1924, architect Boutterin and Landes) (83 kb, 14 October 2004)
  67. Paris, France: 45 Boulevard Lefebvre: façade (1916, architect Léon Boucher) (107 kb, 19 November 2007)
  68. Paris, France: 47 Rue des Favorites: façade (art deco, 1932, architects Daniel Jasson Coquet) (85 kb, 14 October 2004)
  69. Paris, France: 47 Rue Vielle du Temple (Hôtel Amelot de Bisseuil, Hôtel des Ambassadeurs de Hollande): Medusa sculpture in door (1657-1660, architect Pierre Cottard) (109 kb, 6 March 2004)
  70. Paris, France: 48 Boulevard Raspail: door (art nouveau, 1912, architect L. Sorel) (103 kb, 13 October 2004)
  71. Paris, France: 48 Rue Lecourbe: door (1905, architect F. Vallois) (71 kb, 10 October 2006)
  72. Paris, France: 5 Avenue du Général Sarrail: view (1975, architect P & P Vivien) (93 kb, 27 April 2009)
  73. Paris, France: 5 Avenue Mozart: trumpet flower decoration (1908, sculptor P. Seguin, architect Du Bois d'Auberville) (69 kb, 27 April 2009)
  74. Paris, France: 5 Rue Gauguet: view (c 1930, D. Zielinsky) (84 kb, 19 November 2007)
  75. Paris, France: 5 Rue Valentin Haüy: door with pine tree motif (1905, architect H. Cadilhac, sculptor Anciaux) (77 kb, 13 October 2006)
  76. Paris, France: 5 Rue Victor Schoelcher: door (1911, architect Paul Follot) (96 kb, 4 March 2004)
  77. Paris, France: 5 Rue Victor Schoelcher: garage door (1911, architect Paul Follot) (67 kb, 13 October 2006)
  78. Paris, France: 50 Avenue de Ségur: door (79 kb, 26 April 2009)
  79. Paris, France: 50 Avenue de Ségur: wall relief (89 kb, 26 April 2009)
  80. Paris, France: 50 Avenue Victor Hugo: woman over door (1902, architect Charles Plumet) (45 kb, 27 April 2009)
  81. Paris, France: 50 Rue Falguière: deco woman (sculptor G. Petit) (53 kb, 13 October 2006)
  82. Paris, France: 60 Rue Lecourbe: façade (1900, architect Henri Ragache) (112 kb, 13 October 2006)
  83. Paris, France: 60 Rue Lecourbe: sculpture over door of woman (1900, architect Henri Ragache) (86 kb, 10 October 2006)
  84. Paris, France: 65 Boulevard Garibaldi: deco woman (1929, architect Jean Boucher and Pierre Soulard, sculptor F.P. Joyeux) (55 kb, 12 October 2006)
  85. Paris, France: 65 Boulevard Garibaldi: deco woman (1929, architect Jean Boucher and Pierre Soulard, sculptor F.P. Joyeux) (56 kb, 12 October 2006)
  86. Paris, France: 67 Boulevard Raspail: door (1913, architect Leon Tissier) (90 kb, 13 October 2004)
  87. Paris, France: 67 Boulevard Raspail: sculpture (1913, architect Leon Tissier, sculptor Henri Bouchard) (71 kb, 13 October 2004)
  88. Paris, France: 68 Rue Dutot: Bacchanal, relief over door (80 kb, 25 April 2009)
  89. Paris, France: 7 Rue Erlanger: façade (1910, architect Girollet Renaudt) (61 kb, 25 June 2004)
  90. Paris, France: 7 Rue Gauguet: view (c 1930, D. Zielinsky) (53 kb, 19 November 2007)
  91. Paris, France: 78 Rue Mademoiselle: door (with cat and dog, and lizard tiles; architect A.M. Turin, tiles by A. Bigot) (75 kb, 28 March 2003)
  92. Paris, France: 78 Rue Mademoiselle: lizard tile (architect A.M. Turin, tiles by A. Bigot) (91 kb, 9 October 2006)
  93. Paris, France: 8 Rue Bouchut: window (art nouveau, 1903, architect Paul Denis) (63 kb, 13 October 2006)
  94. Paris, France: 8 ter Rue la Fontaine: lion decoration over door (1889, architect Gustave Rives) (86 kb, 27 April 2009)
  95. Paris, France: 87 Boulevard Montparnasse: door (architect A. Brasseau) (77 kb, 4 March 2004)
  96. Paris, France: 9 Rue Brown-Séquard: lion's head (61 kb, 13 October 2006)
  97. Paris, France: 9 Rue Vavin: door (art deco) (80 kb, 4 March 2004)
  98. Paris, France: 95 Rue de Vaugirard: façade (1891, architect Ferdinand Glaize ) (88 kb, 11 October 2006)
  99. Paris, France: 97 Boulevard Raspail: sculpture over door of birds (1913, architect Eugene Chifflot) (83 kb, 10 October 2006)
  100. Paris, France: American Church in Paris: angels, Adoration and Thanksgiving (Williamson Memorial Window) (maker Charles J. Connick??) (112 kb, 8 December 2012)
  101. Paris, France: American Church in Paris: angels, Confession and Petition (Armington Memorial Window) (maker Charles J. Connick??) (113 kb, 8 December 2012)
  102. Paris, France: American Church in Paris: French-American Alliance/War Memorial Window (137 kb, 8 December 2012)
  103. Paris, France: American Church in Paris: small angel window (77 kb, 8 December 2012)
  104. Paris, France: American Church in Paris: The Missionary Window (Skinner Memorial Window) (maker Charles J. Connick) (141 kb, 8 December 2012)
  105. Paris, France: American Church in Paris: The Missionary Window, St Patrick (maker Charles J. Connick) (99 kb, 8 December 2012)
  106. Paris, France: American Church in Paris: The Missionary Window, St Paul (maker Charles J. Connick) (97 kb, 8 December 2012)
  107. Paris, France: American Church in Paris: The Saints (Builders Memorial Window) (maker Charles J. Connick) (147 kb, 8 December 2012)
  108. Paris, France: Arc de Triomphe: La Paix de 1815 (1836, sculptor Antoine Étex) (74 kb, 27 April 2009)
  109. Paris, France: Arc de Triomphe: La Résistance de 1814 (1836, sculptor Antoine Étex) (70 kb, 27 April 2009)
  110. Paris, France: Atelier Barillet, 15 Square de Vergennes: stained glass (art deco, 1932, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, stained glass windows by Louis Barillet) (104 kb, 13 October 2004)
  111. Paris, France: Atelier Barillet, 15 Square de Vergennes: stained glass detail, Athena (art deco, 1932, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, stained glass windows by Louis Barillet) (97 kb, 19 November 2007)
  112. Paris, France: Atelier Barillet, 15 Square de Vergennes: view at dusk (art deco, 1932, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, stained glass windows by Louis Barillet; restored 2001-2002) (110 kb, 13 October 2004)
  113. Paris, France: Atelier Barillet, 15 Square de Vergennes: view in daytime (art deco, 1932, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, stained glass windows by Louis Barillet; restored 2001-2002) (102 kb, 19 November 2007)
  114. Paris, France: Atelier Chana Orloff: view (1926, Auguste Perret) (77 kb, 19 November 2007)
  115. Paris, France: Atelier Georg and Gromaire: view (1925, André Lurçat) (57 kb, 19 November 2007)
  116. Paris, France: Avenue Charles Risler: Monument des droits de l'Homme, detail (1989-1990, designed by Ivan Theimer) (74 kb, 2 November 2010)
  117. Paris, France: Avenue Charles Risler: Monument des droits de l'Homme, mother and child (1989-1990, designed by Ivan Theimer) (101 kb, 2 November 2010)
  118. Paris, France: Avenue du Général Sarrail, Boulevard d'Auteuil: view (1934, architect; sculptor Tony Garnier; Alexandre Maspoli) (115 kb, 27 April 2009)
  119. Paris, France: Basilique du Sacré-Coeur: door (1875-1919, door architect Lucien Magne, sculptor Hippolyte Jules Lefèbvre, decorator Séguin, foundry Jaboeuf and Rouard) (88 kb, 31 October 2010)
  120. Paris, France: Basilique du Sacré-Coeur: Joan of Arc (1875-1919, sculptor Hippolyte Jules Lefèbvre) (92 kb, 8 January 2011)
  121. Paris, France: Basilique du Sacré-Coeur: Louis IX (1875-1919, sculptor Hippolyte Jules Lefèbvre) (91 kb, 8 January 2011)
  122. Paris, France: Beaubourg (Pompidou Centre): person reading in square (98 kb, 12 June 2005)
  123. Paris, France: Beaubourg (Pompidou Centre): walkway (1972-1976, architects Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano) (98 kb, 12 June 2005)
  124. Paris, France: BMW Garage, 109 Rue de la Tombe-Issoire: view (1930s) (65 kb, 19 November 2007)
  125. Paris, France: Caserne des sapeurs / pompiers, 8 Rue Mesnil: view (1936, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens) (64 kb, 27 April 2009)
  126. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: balcony (art nouveau, 1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (71 kb, 19 December 2003)
  127. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: cat (1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (76 kb, 27 April 2009)
  128. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: door (art nouveau, 1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (77 kb, 28 March 2003)
  129. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: lizard on column (1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (60 kb, 27 April 2009)
  130. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: lobby floor (1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (84 kb, 27 April 2009)
  131. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: lobby wall (1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (96 kb, 27 April 2009)
  132. Paris, France: Castel Béranger, 14 Rue la Fontaine: seahorse (1897-1898, architect Hector Guimard) (86 kb, 27 April 2009)
  133. Paris, France: Ceramic Hotel, 34 Avenue de Wagram: bottom half (1904, architect Jules Lavirotte, ceramist Alexandre Bigot, sculptor Camille Alaphilippe) (113 kb, 27 April 2009)
  134. Paris, France: Ceramic Hotel, 34 Avenue de Wagram: top half (1904, architect Jules Lavirotte, ceramist Alexandre Bigot, sculptor Camille Alaphilippe) (110 kb, 27 April 2009)
  135. Paris, France: Ceramic Hotel, 34 Avenue de Wagram: vine decoration above window (1904, architect Jules Lavirotte, ceramist Alexandre Bigot, sculptor Camille Alaphilippe) (106 kb, 27 April 2009)
  136. Paris, France: Ceramic Hotel, 34 Avenue de Wagram: vine decoration around window (1904, architect Jules Lavirotte, ceramist Alexandre Bigot, sculptor Camille Alaphilippe) (101 kb, 27 April 2009)
  137. Paris, France: Charles de Gaulle airport: Terminal 1 escalator (travelator) (1964-1974, architect Paul Andreu) (79 kb, 29 March 2003)
  138. Paris, France: Collège Néerlandais (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1927-1938, Willem Marinus Dudok) (94 kb, 19 November 2007)
  139. Paris, France: Eurostar advert: 'Tout Change A Londres' (82 kb, 19 November 2007)
  140. Paris, France: Fondation Avicenne (originally Pavillon d'Iran) (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1968-1969, Claude Parent, Mossem Foroughi and Hedar Ghiai) (83 kb, 19 November 2007)
  141. Paris, France: Fondation Biermans-Lapôtre (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): bas-relief (1927, sculptor M. Gaumont, architect Armand Gueritte) (60 kb, 19 November 2007)
  142. Paris, France: Fondation Biermans-Lapôtre (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): bas-relief (1927, sculptor M. Gaumont, architect Armand Gueritte) (65 kb, 19 November 2007)
  143. Paris, France: Fondation Suisse (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1932-1933, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (111 kb, 19 November 2007)
  144. Paris, France: Fondation Suisse (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1932-1933, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (72 kb, 19 November 2007)
  145. Paris, France: former Cinéma Victor Hugo, 65 Rue Saint Didier: view (1930-1931, architects Jean Charaval and Marcel Mélendes) (72 kb, 27 April 2009)
  146. Paris, France: Galeries Lafayette, Boulevard Haussmann: decoration below glass dome (1910-1912, architect Ferdinand Chanut) (148 kb, 2 April 2004)
  147. Paris, France: Galeries Lafayette, Boulevard Haussmann: glass dome (1910-1912, architect Ferdinand Chanut) (195 kb, 2 April 2004)
  148. Paris, France: Gare du Nord: façade (1861-1865, architect Jacques Ignace Hittorff; sculptures Lille and Beauvais by Charles-François Leboeuf, Rouen and Amiens by Eugène-Louis Lequesne, Arras and Laon by Théodore-Charles Gruyère) (80 kb, 31 October 2010)
  149. Paris, France: Gare du Nord: Happy Birthday Eurostar (95 kb, 14 October 2004)
  150. Paris, France: Gobelins tapestry factory: goat head (76 kb, 1 April 2004)
  151. Paris, France: Gobelins tapestry factory: staircase ironwork (79 kb, 1 April 2004)
  152. Paris, France: Grand Palais: L'Art et la Nature ou La Sculpture (1900, sculptor Paul Gasq) (67 kb, 8 December 2012)
  153. Paris, France: Grand Palais: L'Inspiration ou la Peinture (1900, sculptor Alfred Boucher) (67 kb, 8 December 2012)
  154. Paris, France: Hotel Guimard, 122 Avenue Mozart: door (1909, architect Hector Guimard) (77 kb, 27 April 2009)
  155. Paris, France: Hotel Guimard, 122 Avenue Mozart: view (1909, architect Hector Guimard) (98 kb, 27 April 2009)
  156. Paris, France: Hotel Mezza, 60 Rue la Fontaine: view (1911, architect Hector Guimard) (92 kb, 27 April 2009)
  157. Paris, France: Hotel Mezza, 60 Rue La Fontaine: window (1911, architect Hector Guimard) (97 kb, 2 April 2004)
  158. Paris, France: IME Notre Ecole, 43 Rue Falguière: relief of face (98 kb, 26 April 2009)
  159. Paris, France: Immeuble Jassedé, 142 Avenue de Versailles: door (art nouveau, 1905, architect Hector Guimard) (86 kb, 25 June 2004)
  160. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg, Le Sénat: view (1615 but later altered and extended; 1841, Alexandre Guy de Gisors) (74 kb, 1 November 2010)
  161. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg: Hommage à Eugène Delacroix (1890, sculptor Aim'é-Jules Dalou) (120 kb, 1 November 2010)
  162. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg: La Femme aux Pommes (1937, Jean Terzieff) (107 kb, 1 November 2010)
  163. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg: Le poète ou Hommage à Paul Eluard (sculptor Ossip Zadkine) (148 kb, 1 November 2010)
  164. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg: Monument aux Étudiants R'ésistants, 1956, Gaston Watkin (154 kb, 1 November 2010)
  165. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg: sculpture ('Cheval', by Heather Jansch) (130 kb, 4 April 2004)
  166. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg: sculpture ('La trajectoire de l'écureil', by Anne Delfieu) (149 kb, 4 April 2004)
  167. Paris, France: Jardin du Luxembourg: sculpture ('La Yourte', by Serge Mansau) (108 kb, 4 April 2004)
  168. Paris, France: Les Arums, 33 Rue du Champ de Mars: doors (art nouveau, 1900, architect Octave Raquin) (79 kb, 5 March 2004)
  169. Paris, France: Les Arums, 33 Rue du Champ de Mars: lily detail (art nouveau, 1900, architect Octave Raquin) (49 kb, 13 October 2006)
  170. Paris, France: Les Salons du Pré Catelan, Bois de Boulogne: wall panel (1906, by J.V. Badin) (79 kb, 4 April 2004)
  171. Paris, France: Les Salons du Pré Catelan, Bois de Boulogne: wall panel (1906, by J.V. Badin) (65 kb, 4 April 2004)
  172. Paris, France: Louvre Museum: La Pyramide Inversée (The Inverted Pyramid) (1993, Pei, Cobb, Freed and Partners) (65 kb, 8 January 2011)
  173. Paris, France: Louvre Museum: Lalique store, leaf chandelier (84 kb, 8 January 2011)
  174. Paris, France: Louvre Museum: Louvre Pyramid (Pyramide du Louvre) (1989, I. M. Pei) (64 kb, 8 January 2011)
  175. Paris, France: Lycée Leonardo da Vinci, 12 Rue Sedillot: balcony (1899, architect Jules Lavirotte) (87 kb, 2 April 2004)
  176. Paris, France: Lycée Leonardo da Vinci, 12 Rue Sedillot: window (1899, architect Jules Lavirotte) (97 kb, 2 April 2004)
  177. Paris, France: Maison de la Tunisie (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): helical staircase (1953, Jean Sebag and Jean Prouvé) (94 kb, 19 November 2007)
  178. Paris, France: Maison de l'Inde (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1968, J.M. Benjamin, H.R. Laroya and Gaston Leclaire) (77 kb, 19 November 2007)
  179. Paris, France: Maison du Brésil (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1959, Le Corbusier and Lucio Costa) (81 kb, 19 November 2007)
  180. Paris, France: Maison du Brésil (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1959, Le Corbusier and Lucio Costa) (84 kb, 19 November 2007)
  181. Paris, France: Maison du Cambodge (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): bas-relief (1957, architect François Audoul; restored 2003, architect Patrick Magendie) (60 kb, 19 November 2007)
  182. Paris, France: Maison du Mexique (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): frieze detail (1953, architects Jorge L. Medellin and Urbain Cassan) (87 kb, 19 November 2007)
  183. Paris, France: Maison du Mexique (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): view (1953, architects Jorge L. Medellin and Urbain Cassan) (94 kb, 19 November 2007)
  184. Paris, France: Maison Ozenfont, 53 Avenue Reille: view (1923, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (98 kb, 19 November 2007)
  185. Paris, France: Maison Townshend, 1 Villa Seurat: view (1926, André Lurçat) (60 kb, 19 November 2007)
  186. Paris, France: metro station Chardon-Lagache: metalwork (art nouveau, 1913, architect Hector Guimard) (121 kb, 19 December 2003)
  187. Paris, France: Musée d'Orsay: clock (1898-1900, architect Victor Laloux) (128 kb, 24 June 2000)
  188. Paris, France: Musée d'Orsay: gallery (1983-1986, architects R. Gardon, P. Colbac, J.-P. Philippe and Gae Aulenti) (133 kb, 24 June 2000)
  189. Paris, France: Musée d'Orsay: restaurant (1898-1900, architect Victor Laloux) (124 kb, 24 June 2000)
  190. Paris, France: Musée national du Moyen Age (Cluny): stained glass ('Chess players', around 1430-1440) (76 kb, 4 April 2004)
  191. Paris, France: Musée national du Moyen Age (Cluny): stained glass ('Joseph sold by his brothers', end of 15th century, from La Sainte-Chapelle) (77 kb, 4 April 2004)
  192. Paris, France: Musée national du Moyen Age (Cluny): stained glass ('Resurrection of the dead', around 1200, from La Sainte-Chapelle) (98 kb, 4 April 2004)
  193. Paris, France: Musée national du Moyen Age (Cluny): stained glass ('The flocks of Job', end of 15th century, from La Sainte-Chapelle) (79 kb, 4 April 2004)
  194. Paris, France: Notre Dame: door (107 kb, 13 October 2004)
  195. Paris, France: Notre Dame: tympanum above central door of west-facing façade (109 kb, 13 October 2004)
  196. Paris, France: Notre Dame: tympanum above northern door of west-facing façade (97 kb, 13 October 2004)
  197. Paris, France: Notre Dame: tympanum above southern door of west-facing façade (104 kb, 13 October 2004)
  198. Paris, France: Notre Dame: tympanum detail above central door of west-facing façade (94 kb, 19 October 2001)
  199. Paris, France: Orève, 25 Rue de la Pompe: mosaic and sculpture over window (1911, architect Lecourtois) (80 kb, 27 April 2009)
  200. Paris, France: Orève, 25 Rue de la Pompe: view (1911, architect Lecourtois) (95 kb, 27 April 2009)
  201. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): Apollo, leader of the Muses (1937, sculptor Henri Bouchard) (77 kb, 27 April 2009)
  202. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): bas-relief (1937, sculptor Anna Quinquaud) (64 kb, 27 April 2009)
  203. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): bas-relief (1937, sculptor Charles Hairon) (71 kb, 27 April 2009)
  204. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): Flore (1937, sculptor Marcel Gimond) (63 kb, 27 April 2009)
  205. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): Hercules overcoming a bison (1937, sculptor Albert Pommier) (79 kb, 27 April 2009)
  206. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): La Sculpture (1937, sculptor André Abbal) (46 kb, 27 April 2009)
  207. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): L'Afrique (1937, sculptor Antoine Sartorio) (74 kb, 27 April 2009)
  208. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): L'Asie (1937, sculptor Georges Saupique) (84 kb, 27 April 2009)
  209. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): Le Matin (1937, sculptor Pryas, Jean Paris) (57 kb, 27 April 2009)
  210. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): Le Printemps (1937, sculptor Paul Niclausse) (55 kb, 27 April 2009)
  211. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (Place des Droits de l'Homme): Les Jardins (1937, sculptor Robert Coutourier) (60 kb, 27 April 2009)
  212. Paris, France: Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre: view (1937, architects Louis-Hippolyte Boileau, Jacques Carlu and Léon Azéma) (59 kb, 27 April 2009)
  213. Paris, France: Place Colette, Palais-Royal metro station: entrance, 2000, Jean-Michel Othoniel (glass balls by Salviati, Murano) (132 kb, 8 January 2011)
  214. Paris, France: Place de la Concorde: Fountain of River Commerce and Navigation, base (1840, Jacques-Ignace Hittorff) (102 kb, 8 January 2011)
  215. Paris, France: Place de l'Opéra 4: Faune et bacchante (Léon-Ernest Drivier, fondeur A. Rudier, Paris) (72 kb, 8 January 2011)
  216. Paris, France: Place du Cardinal Amette, Église Saint Léon: saints (120 kb, 2 November 2010)
  217. Paris, France: Place Franz Liszt, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul: door (93 kb, 8 January 2011)
  218. Paris, France: Place Franz Liszt, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul: La Trinité (1846, Jules Jollivet) (94 kb, 8 January 2011)
  219. Paris, France: Place Franz Liszt, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul: pediment, The Apotheosis of Saint Vincent-de-Paul (building 1824-1844, architects Jean-Baptiste Lepère and then Jacques Ignace Hittorff; sculptor Charles-François Leboeuf-Nanteuil) (80 kb, 31 October 2010)
  220. Paris, France: Place Franz Liszt, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul: St Charles (1842, Charles-Laurent Maréchal) (131 kb, 8 January 2011)
  221. Paris, France: Place Franz Liszt, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul: St Clotilde (1842, Charles-Laurent Maréchal) (145 kb, 8 January 2011)
  222. Paris, France: Place Franz Liszt, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul: St Elisabeth (1842, Charles-Laurent Maréchal) (148 kb, 8 January 2011)
  223. Paris, France: Place Franz Liszt, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul: St Francis (1842, Charles-Laurent Maréchal) (138 kb, 8 January 2011)
  224. Paris, France: Place Franz Liszt, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul: St Martin (1842, Charles-Laurent Maréchal) (139 kb, 8 January 2011)
  225. Paris, France: Place Franz Liszt, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul: St Salvator (1842, Charles-Laurent Maréchal) (140 kb, 8 January 2011)
  226. Paris, France: Place Georges Mulot: fountain detail (93 kb, 13 October 2006)
  227. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: central door (1980, Tommaso Gismondi) (92 kb, 8 January 2011)
  228. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: Christ, central choir window (1953, Max Ingrand) (67 kb, 8 January 2011)
  229. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: Crucifixion (1953, Max Ingrand) (96 kb, 8 January 2011)
  230. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: Deliverance (1953, Max Ingrand) (118 kb, 8 January 2011)
  231. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: Denial (1953, Max Ingrand) (89 kb, 8 January 2011)
  232. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: Drachma of Gold (1953, Max Ingrand) (101 kb, 8 January 2011)
  233. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: Saint Denis, right choir window (1953, Max Ingrand) (78 kb, 8 January 2011)
  234. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: Saint Pierre, left choir window (1953, Max Ingrand) (59 kb, 8 January 2011)
  235. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: St Benoît and St Ignace (1953, Max Ingrand) (74 kb, 8 January 2011)
  236. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: The Resurrection grill (1980, Tommaso Gismondi) (84 kb, 8 January 2011)
  237. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: The Vocation (1953, Max Ingrand) (102 kb, 8 January 2011)
  238. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: Tu es Pierre et sur cette pierre, je bâtirai mon Eglise (1953, Max Ingrand) (102 kb, 8 January 2011)
  239. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: Virgin Mary protecting Sainte Geneviève (1953, Max Ingrand) (84 kb, 8 January 2011)
  240. Paris, France: Place Jean Marais, Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre: Walk on Water (1953, Max Ingrand) (107 kb, 8 January 2011)
  241. Paris, France: Place Pierre-Lafue: Hommage au Capitaine Dreyfus (made 1986, installed here 1994, sculptor Lous Mitelberg dit Tim) (112 kb, 1 November 2010)
  242. Paris, France: Place Rodin: L'âge d'Airain (The Age of Bronze) (1875-1877, sculptor Auguste Rodin) (95 kb, 27 April 2009)
  243. Paris, France: Place St Sulpice, Fontaine des Quatre Évêques: lion sculpture (1847, architect Ludovico Visconti) (84 kb, 14 October 2006)
  244. Paris, France: Résidence Lucien Paye (originally Maison de la France d'Outre-Mer) (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): bas-relief, 'La Legénde' (1951, sculptor Anna Quinquaud, architect Albert Laprade) (73 kb, 19 November 2007)
  245. Paris, France: Résidence Lucien Paye (originally Maison de la France d'Outre-Mer) (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris): bas-relief, 'La Tradition' (1951, sculptor Anna Quinquaud, architect Albert Laprade) (75 kb, 19 November 2007)
  246. Paris, France: Rue Agar: window (1911, architect Hector Guimard) (75 kb, 2 April 2004)
  247. Paris, France: Rue d'Abbeville 16 and Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière 114: two nymphs aside balcony (1899, architect Georges Massa, sculptor Alexandre Dupuy) (91 kb, 31 October 2010)
  248. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Abbesses metro station: view (architect Hector Guimard) (138 kb, 8 January 2011)
  249. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Église Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre: angel baptismal font (47 kb, 8 January 2011)
  250. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Église Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre: Cavalier Pâle (Vert) (Les 4 Cavaliers de l'Apocalypse) (1901, executed by Jac Galland according to the design of Pascal Blanchard) (90 kb, 2 November 2010)
  251. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Église Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre: Cavalier Rouge (Les 4 Cavaliers de l'Apocalypse) (1901, executed by Jac Galland according to the design of Pascal Blanchard) (104 kb, 2 November 2010)
  252. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Église Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre: Charitas (Saint Jean l'Evangéliste) (1918-1926, Arthur Joseph Guéniot) (59 kb, 8 January 2011)
  253. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Église Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre: crucifixion (1901, Léon Daumont-Tournel) (113 kb, 2 November 2010)
  254. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Église Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre: crucifixion, detail (1901, Léon Daumont-Tournel) (123 kb, 2 November 2010)
  255. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Église Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre: Femme adultère (1901, executed by Jac Galland according to the design of Pascal Blanchard) (89 kb, 8 January 2011)
  256. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Église Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre: main altar (123 kb, 8 January 2011)
  257. Paris, France: Rue des Abbesses, Église Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre: Pain de Vie (1901, executed by Jac Galland according to the design of Pascal Blanchard) (95 kb, 2 November 2010)
  258. Paris, France: Rue du Docteur Roux, Église Saint Jean-Baptiste de La Salle: Canonisation of St Jean Bapitiste de la Salle (1910-1912, Charles Champigneulle) (108 kb, 6 January 2011)
  259. Paris, France: Rue du Docteur Roux, Église Saint Jean-Baptiste de La Salle: Death of St Jean Bapitiste de la Salle (1910-1912, Charles Champigneulle) (87 kb, 6 January 2011)
  260. Paris, France: Rue du Docteur Roux, Église Saint Jean-Baptiste de La Salle: First Communion of St Jean Bapitiste de la Salle (1910-1912, Charles Champigneulle) (96 kb, 6 January 2011)
  261. Paris, France: Rue du Docteur Roux, Église Saint Jean-Baptiste de La Salle: First Mass of St Jean Bapitiste de la Salle (1910-1912, Charles Champigneulle) (106 kb, 6 January 2011)
  262. Paris, France: Rue du Docteur Roux, Église Saint Jean-Baptiste de La Salle: Last Judgement, wall mosaic (1950, Yvonne Argand) (94 kb, 6 January 2011)
  263. Paris, France: Rue du Docteur Roux, Église Saint Jean-Baptiste de La Salle: wall mosaic over altar (1935-1936, Marcel Imbs, aided by Jean Gaudin and Maurice Denonin) (75 kb, 2 November 2010)
  264. Paris, France: Rue du Docteur Roux, Institut Pasteur: statue of dog biting boy (rabies) (foundry Perzinka) (96 kb, 1 November 2010)
  265. Paris, France: Rue Dupleix, École Cardinal Amette: view (c 1935, Edouard Boegner) (104 kb, 2 November 2010)
  266. Paris, France: Saint Antoine de Padoue: stained glass window (1933-1935, architect Léon Azéma) (53 kb, 19 November 2007)
  267. Paris, France: Saint Antoine de Padoue: top of tower (1933-1935, architect Léon Azéma) (37 kb, 19 November 2007)
  268. Paris, France: Saint Francois Xavier church: Chapel of the Virgin (1874-1875, architects Louis-Adrien Lusson and Toussaint Uchard) (117 kb, 12 October 2006)
  269. Paris, France: Saint Francois Xavier church: cupola, the Twelve Apostles (1874-1875, architects Louis-Adrien Lusson and Toussaint Uchard, cupola painted by Charles Lameire) (99 kb, 12 October 2006)
  270. Paris, France: Saint Francois Xavier church: tympanum (1874-1875, architects Louis-Adrien Lusson and Toussaint Uchard, tympanum painted by Romain Cazes) (97 kb, 12 October 2006)
  271. Paris, France: Samaritaine Department Store, Quai du Louvre: interior (1905, architect Frantz Jourdain) (137 kb, 2 April 2004)
  272. Paris, France: Square Cambronne: Un Drame dans le désert (1887, sculptor Henri Amédée Fouques) (115 kb, 2 November 2010)
  273. Paris, France: Square Félix Desruelles (Boulevard Saint Germain): sculpture (1900, architect Ch. Risler, sculptor J. Loutan) (119 kb, 13 October 2004)
  274. Paris, France: Square Félix Desruelles (Boulevard Saint Germain): sculpture (1900, architect Ch. Risler, sculptor J. Loutan) (84 kb, 13 October 2004)
  275. Paris, France: Square Jehan Rictus: Le Mur des Je T'Aime (2000, Frédéric Baron, Daniel Boulogne, Claire Kito) (139 kb, 8 January 2011)
  276. Paris, France: Square Tolstoï: Leo Tolstoy (1955, sculptor Akop Gurdjan) (77 kb, 27 April 2009)
  277. Paris, France: St Etienne du Mont: choir screen (113 kb, 1 April 2004)
  278. Paris, France: St Etienne du Mont: spiral stone staircase (part of choir screen) (112 kb, 25 June 2004)
  279. Paris, France: St Vincent de Paul, 95 Rue de Sèvres: aisle (1817) (77 kb, 5 March 2004)
  280. Paris, France: St Vincent de Paul, 95 Rue de Sèvres: ceiling (1817) (126 kb, 6 January 2011)
  281. Paris, France: St Vincent de Paul, 95 Rue de Sèvres: ceiling above altar (1817) (99 kb, 6 January 2011)
  282. Paris, France: synagogue, 10 Rue Pavée: façade (1913, architect Hector Guimard) (83 kb, 13 October 2004)
  283. Paris, France: UNESCO, Place de Fontenoy: façade (1958, Pier Luigi Nervi, Bernard Zehrfuss, Marcel Breuer) (90 kb, 26 April 2009)
  284. Paris, France: Villa Chanez: gate (121 kb, 27 April 2009)
  285. Paris, France: Villa Chanez: gate detail (87 kb, 27 April 2009)
  286. Paris, France: Villa Guggenbuhl, corner Rue Nansouty and Rue Georges-Braque: view (1927, André Lurçat) (79 kb, 19 November 2007)
  287. Paris, France: Villa Jeanneret, 8 Square du Docteur Blanche: view (1925, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (51 kb, 27 April 2009)
  288. Paris, France: Villa La Roche, 10 Square du Docteur Blanche: entrance hall window wall (1923-1925, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (61 kb, 2 April 2004)

Other France:

  1. Arles, France: Jesuit chapel (99 kb, 3 September 2001)
  2. Arles, France: Roman columns (82 kb, 2 September 2001)
  3. Boucéel, France: Château de Boucéel: geese (77 kb, 26 August 2001)
  4. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: 20 Quai du Point du Jour: view (88 kb, 27 April 2009)
  5. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: 23 Rue de la Tourelle: view (1934, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (88 kb, 27 April 2009)
  6. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: 40-42 Quai du Point du Jour: view (90 kb, 27 April 2009)
  7. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: Villa Collinet, 8 Rue Denfert-Rochereau: view (1926, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens) (65 kb, 27 April 2009)
  8. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: Villa Cook, 6 Rue Denfert-Rochereau: view (1927, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (72 kb, 27 April 2009)
  9. Boulogne-Billancourt, France: Villa Dubin, 4 Rue Denfert-Rochereau: view (1929, architect Raymond Fischer) (49 kb, 27 April 2009)
  10. Caen, France: St-Pierre: pulpit (108 kb, 25 August 2001)
  11. Cahors, France: Valentre bridge (Pont Valentre) (65 kb, 31 August 2001)
  12. Camargue, France: red dragonfly (140 kb, 2 September 2001)
  13. Camargue, France: snails on dill (108 kb, 2 September 2001)
  14. Carcassonne, France: view from a distance (72 kb, 1 September 2001)
  15. Dampierre-s-Boutonne, France: château: ceiling detail (49 kb, 27 August 2001)
  16. Grenoble, France: 6 Rue Félix Poulat: elephant decoration (architects Chatrousse and Ricoud) (75 kb, 24 February 2006)
  17. Grenoble, France: A48 at tollbooth: communication tower (69 kb, 22 February 2006)
  18. Grenoble, France: ESRF (European Synchroton Radiation Facility): connecting corridor from experimental hall to central building (c1991) (50 kb, 23 February 2006)
  19. Grenoble, France: Le Néron: rock face (77 kb, 22 February 2006)
  20. Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: 31 Rue Kléber: sculpture of The Fox and The Grapes (after La Fontaine) (1904, architect Durandaud, sculptor Lachesnee) (78 kb, 14 October 2006)
  21. Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: Square de la Mairie: war memorial (Monument aux Morts de la Ville, 1959, sculptor Jean Joachim) (48 kb, 3 April 2004)
  22. Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: Square de la Mairie: war memorial (Monument aux Morts de la Ville, 1959, sculptor Jean Joachim) (52 kb, 8 December 2012)
  23. Mézy-sur-Seine, France: Villa Paul Poiret: exterior (art deco, 1921-1923, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens) (77 kb, 12 June 2005)
  24. Mézy-sur-Seine, France: Villa Paul Poiret: sun room windows (art deco, 1921-1923, architect Robert Mallet-Stevens) (63 kb, 12 June 2005)
  25. Poissy, France: old bridge ('vieux pont', 'pont ancien') (138 kb, 19 December 2003)
  26. Poissy, France: Villa Savoye: bathtub and day bed in master bedroom (1928-1931, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (49 kb, 19 December 2003)
  27. Poissy, France: Villa Savoye: exterior ramp and window (1928-1931, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (47 kb, 19 December 2003)
  28. Poissy, France: Villa Savoye: semi-spiral staircase (1928-1931, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (58 kb, 3 April 2004)
  29. Poissy, France: Villa Savoye: view (1928-1931, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (51 kb, 19 December 2003)
  30. Poissy, France: Villa Savoye: view (1928-1931, architects Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret) (57 kb, 3 April 2004)
  31. Pont du Gard, France: aqueduct: view (89 kb, 4 September 2001)
  32. Saint-Léon-s-Vézère, France: Château de Belcayre: view (85 kb, 29 August 2001)
  33. Sarlat, France: pastry in shop window (123 kb, 30 August 2001)
  34. St Geoirs, France: Grenoble Isère Airport: roof support structure (2001, architect Atelier A) (81 kb, 24 February 2006)
  35. St Geoirs, France: Grenoble Isère Airport: window wall (2001, architect Atelier A) (75 kb, 22 February 2006)
  36. St Tropez, France: harbor (103 kb, 3 September 2001)
  37. Virollet, France: Zoorama: porcupines (142 kb, 27 August 2001)

Berlin:

  1. Berlin, Germany: Aeroflot (Unter den Linden): view (built 1965-1966, architect not known) (74 kb, 11 March 2006)
  2. Berlin, Germany: Aeroflot (Unter den Linden): view (built 1965-1966, architect not known) (90 kb, 26 October 2008)
  3. Berlin, Germany: Akademie der Künste (Hanseatenweg): Reclining Figure (designed 1956, cast 1961, sculptor Henry Moore) (112 kb, 25 October 2008)
  4. Berlin, Germany: Akademie der Künste (Hanseatenweg): studio building (built for Interbau 1957, architect Werner Düttmann) (70 kb, 25 October 2008)
  5. Berlin, Germany: Akademie der Künste (Pariser Platz): view (1999-2005, Behnisch & Partner with Werner Durth) (88 kb, 29 October 2008)
  6. Berlin, Germany: Alexa (Grunerstraße): entrance (2004-2007, architects José Manuel Quintela da Fonseca; RTKL Associates; Ortner + Ortner) (92 kb, 26 October 2008)
  7. Berlin, Germany: Alexa (Grunerstraße): view (2004-2007, architects José Manuel Quintela da Fonseca; RTKL Associates; Ortner + Ortner) (56 kb, 26 October 2008)
  8. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz Bahnhof: view (1881-1882, Johann Eduard Jacobsthal, but reconstructed post-WWII) (70 kb, 26 October 2008)
  9. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz Bahnhof: view (1881-1882, Johann Eduard Jacobsthal, but reconstructed post-WWII) (81 kb, 18 October 2010)
  10. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Fernsehturm (TV Tower) (1965-1969, Hermann Henselmann) (24 kb, 18 October 2010)
  11. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Fernsehturm (TV Tower) (1965-1969, Hermann Henselmann) (32 kb, 18 October 2010)
  12. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Fernsehturm (TV Tower), pavilion (1965-1969, Hermann Henselmann) (55 kb, 18 October 2010)
  13. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Fountain of International Friendship (dedicated 1970, created by group of artists led by Walter Womacka; renovated 2002) (91 kb, 26 October 2008)
  14. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Fountain of International Friendship, tiles (dedicated 1970, created by group of artists led by Walter Womacka; renovated 2002) (106 kb, 18 October 2010)
  15. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Fountain of International Friendship, tiles (dedicated 1970, created by group of artists led by Walter Womacka; renovated 2002) (99 kb, 18 October 2010)
  16. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Marienkirche, spire (1790, Carl Gotthard Langhans) (55 kb, 18 October 2010)
  17. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Neptunbrunnen (1886-1891, Reinhold Begas; moved to current location in 1969) (101 kb, 18 October 2010)
  18. Berlin, Germany: Alexanderplatz: Park Inn Berlin (originally Interhotel Stadt Berlin) (1970, Roland Korn, Heinz Scharlipp and Hans-Erich Bogatzky; façade changed 2005) (89 kb, 18 October 2010)
  19. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: bust of Queen Nefertiti (around 1340 BC) (51 kb, 11 March 2006)
  20. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: detail of centaur, mosaic (118-138 AD, from Hadrian's villa near Tivoli) (71 kb, 11 March 2006)
  21. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: detail of tiger attacking centaur, mosaic (118-138 AD, from Hadrian's villa near Tivoli) (78 kb, 11 March 2006)
  22. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: eye bowl, with two warriors in between eyes (around 530 BC, from Sorrent) (58 kb, 11 March 2006)
  23. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: God Bes (who protects pregnant women and newborn babies) (Egypt, 650-350 BC) (40 kb, 11 March 2006)
  24. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: mummy mask of a woman with bracelets in form of snakes (beginning of 1st century AD) (58 kb, 11 March 2006)
  25. Berlin, Germany: Altes Museum: rotunda dome detail (1830, architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel) (77 kb, 11 March 2006)
  26. Berlin, Germany: Altonär Straße 3-9: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Jaenecke and Samuelson) (71 kb, 25 October 2008)
  27. Berlin, Germany: Altonär Straße 3-9: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Jaenecke and Samuelson) (108 kb, 25 October 2008)
  28. Berlin, Germany: Altonär Straße 4-14: rear view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Oscar Niemeyer) (79 kb, 25 October 2008)
  29. Berlin, Germany: Altonär Straße 4-14: Reclining Figure (1958, sculptor Alfredo Ceschiatti) (115 kb, 25 October 2008)
  30. Berlin, Germany: Altonär Straße 4-14: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Oscar Niemeyer) (111 kb, 25 October 2008)
  31. Berlin, Germany: Am Berlin Museum 2-18: view (1984-1986, architects Hans Kollhoff and Arthur Ovaska) (78 kb, 26 October 2008)
  32. Berlin, Germany: Am Rupenhorn 24 (Buchthal Villa): view (1929-1932, architects Hans and Wassili Luckhardt and Alfons Anker) (143 kb, 12 March 2006)
  33. Berlin, Germany: Am Rupenhorn 25 (Kluge Villa): view (1929-1930, architects Hans and Wassili Luckhardt and Alfons Anker) (101 kb, 12 March 2006)
  34. Berlin, Germany: Am Rupenhorn 6 (Mendelsohn Villa): view (1928-1930, architect Erich Mendelsohn) (129 kb, 12 March 2006)
  35. Berlin, Germany: Austrian Embassy (Stauffenbergstraße): view (1996-2001, Hans Hollein Architects) (54 kb, 25 October 2008)
  36. Berlin, Germany: Austrian Embassy (Tiergartenstraße): view (1996-2001, Hans Hollein Architects) (63 kb, 25 October 2008)
  37. Berlin, Germany: Axel Springer Publishing House (Axel-Springer Straße): view (1994, architects Gerhard Stössner and Thomas Fischer) (71 kb, 26 October 2008)
  38. Berlin, Germany: Bahnhof Zoologisher Garten: view (1934-1940, architect Fritz Hane) (63 kb, 25 October 2008)
  39. Berlin, Germany: Bartningallee 2-4: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Egon Eiermann) (110 kb, 25 October 2008)
  40. Berlin, Germany: Bartningallee 7: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Van den Broek and Bakema) (62 kb, 25 October 2008)
  41. Berlin, Germany: Bauhausarchiv (Klingelhöferstraße): view (1976-1978, Walter Gropius, Alexander Cvijanovic) (74 kb, 25 October 2008)
  42. Berlin, Germany: Bausparhaus (Klingelhöferstraße 4): view (1998-2000, architect Moore, Ruble, Yudell) (76 kb, 25 October 2008)
  43. Berlin, Germany: Behrenstraße, Akademie der Künste: view (1999-2005, Behnisch & Partner with Werner Durth) (94 kb, 18 October 2010)
  44. Berlin, Germany: Behrenstraße, DZ Bank: façade (1996-1999, Frank Gehry) (85 kb, 18 October 2010)
  45. Berlin, Germany: Behrenstraße, US Embassy: view (2008, Moore Ruble Yudell) (70 kb, 18 October 2010)
  46. Berlin, Germany: Berlin Pavillon (at time of photo, a Burger King) (Straße des 17.Juni): view (1956, architect Fehling, Gogel and Pfankuch; part of Interbau 1957) (119 kb, 25 October 2008)
  47. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Congress Center (was Kongresshalle) (Alexanderstraße): view (1961-1964, architect Hermann Henselmann) (49 kb, 26 October 2008)
  48. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): Birth of Christ (left altar window) (Luce-floreo etched) (1905, designed by Anton Von Werner; reconstructed 1987-1997) (72 kb, 11 March 2006)
  49. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): ceiling detail including Beatitude 'Selig sind, die reines Herzens sind' ('Blessed are the pure hearted') (1905, made after design by Anton von Werner; reconstructed 1984-1993) (83 kb, 11 March 2006)
  50. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): central arch detail (1905, architect Julius Carl Raschdorff; restored 1975-1983) (87 kb, 11 March 2006)
  51. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): central arch detail (1905, architect Julius Carl Raschdorff; restored 1975-1983) (86 kb, 11 March 2006)
  52. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): central dome (1905; reconstructed 1984-1993) (100 kb, 11 March 2006)
  53. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): Crucifixion of Christ (central altar window) (Luce-floreo etched) (1905, designed by Anton Von Werner; reconstructed 1987-1997) (74 kb, 11 March 2006)
  54. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): façade (1905, architect Julius Carl Raschdorff; restored 1975-1983) (101 kb, 12 March 2006)
  55. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): Resurrection of Christ (right altar window) (Luce-floreo etched) (1905, designed by Anton Von Werner; reconstructed 1987-1997) (71 kb, 11 March 2006)
  56. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): Südportal Versöhnungstür detail (Parable of the Lost Son) (Reconciliation Door, south side) (1992, artist Siegfried Kreppe) (135 kb, 26 October 2008)
  57. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Dom (Cathedral): Südportal Versöhnungstür (Reconciliation Door, south side) (1992, artist Siegfried Kreppe) (117 kb, 26 October 2008)
  58. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Wasserbetriebe headquarters (Neue Ju:denstraße): Berlin bear (artist Ibrahim Ehrari) (75 kb, 26 October 2008)
  59. Berlin, Germany: Berliner Wasserbetriebe headquarters (Neue Ju:denstraße): view (1999, Joachim Ganz Architekt) (69 kb, 26 October 2008)
  60. Berlin, Germany: British Embassy (Wilhelmstraße): façade (2000, architect Michael Wilford and Partners) (79 kb, 12 March 2006)
  61. Berlin, Germany: Bundeskanzleramt (Federal Chancellery): Berlin (2000, Eduardo Chillida) (65 kb, 18 October 2010)
  62. Berlin, Germany: Bundeskanzleramt (Federal Chancellery): view (2001, architects Axel Schultes and Charlotte Frank) (64 kb, 26 October 2008)
  63. Berlin, Germany: Bundespresamt (Federal Press Association): view (2000, architects Johanne and Gernot Nalbach) (69 kb, 29 October 2008)
  64. Berlin, Germany: BVG (Tempelhofer Ufer): view (2000, Joachim Ganz Architekt) (68 kb, 26 October 2008)
  65. Berlin, Germany: Campus Berlin-Buch, Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP): façade (1998-1999, architect Heinle, Wischer und Partner) (80 kb, 9 March 2006)
  66. Berlin, Germany: Campus Berlin-Buch, Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP): staircase (1998-1999, architect Heinle, Wischer und Partner) (65 kb, 9 March 2006)
  67. Berlin, Germany: Checkpoint Arkaden (corner of Friedrichstraße and Zimmerstraße): view (1994, architect Josef Paul Kleihues) (72 kb, 26 October 2008)
  68. Berlin, Germany: Collegium Hungaricum (Dorotheenstraße): view (2006-2007, Schweger Assoziierte Architekten) (55 kb, 26 October 2008)
  69. Berlin, Germany: Commonwealth War Cemetery (Heerstraße): snowy view (architect Philip Hepworth) (66 kb, 12 March 2006)
  70. Berlin, Germany: corner of Friedrichstraße and Mauerstraße: view (1996, architect Josef Paul Kleihues) (60 kb, 26 October 2008)
  71. Berlin, Germany: corner of Markgrafenstraße and Lindenstraße: view (1987, architect Herman Hertzberger) (58 kb, 26 October 2008)
  72. Berlin, Germany: corner of Wilhelmstraße and Kochstraße: view (1988, architect Aldo Rossi) (63 kb, 26 October 2008)
  73. Berlin, Germany: corner of Zimmerstraße and Markgrafenstraße: view (1996, architect Aldo Rossi) (82 kb, 26 October 2008)
  74. Berlin, Germany: corner Rochstraße and Münzstraße: view (1999-2001, Moritz Müller and Götz M. Keller) (91 kb, 26 October 2008)
  75. Berlin, Germany: Danish Embassy (Rauchstraße): view (1997-1999, 3XN Architects; Nielsen, Nielsen and Nielsen) (59 kb, 25 October 2008)
  76. Berlin, Germany: Deutsche Bahn Tower (Potsdamer Straße): view (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (60 kb, 26 October 2008)
  77. Berlin, Germany: Deutsche Bahn Tower (Potsdamer Straße): view at night (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (87 kb, 25 October 2008)
  78. Berlin, Germany: Deutsches Historisches Museum extension: snowy view (1998-2003, architect I.M. Pei) (56 kb, 11 March 2006)
  79. Berlin, Germany: Deutsches Historisches Museum extension: view (1998-2003, architect I.M. Pei) (58 kb, 26 October 2008)
  80. Berlin, Germany: Deutsches Technik Museum (Trebbiner Straße): view (1996-2000, architects Helge Pitz and Ulrich Wolff) (88 kb, 26 October 2008)
  81. Berlin, Germany: Die Hackeschen (Hackesche) Höfe (Rosenthaler Straße): façade (1905-1907, architects Kurt Bendt and August Endell) (90 kb, 12 March 2006)
  82. Berlin, Germany: Dircksenstraße 38: façade (85 kb, 12 March 2006)
  83. Berlin, Germany: Dorotheenstrasse, Hotel Splendid (formerly): façade (1904, Gronau and Graul) (103 kb, 18 October 2010)
  84. Berlin, Germany: Dorotheenstrasse, Hotel Splendid (formerly): female column support (1904, Gronau and Graul) (83 kb, 18 October 2010)
  85. Berlin, Germany: Dorotheenstrasse, Hotel Splendid (formerly): male column support (1904, Gronau and Graul) (84 kb, 18 October 2010)
  86. Berlin, Germany: Dresdner Bank (Pariser Platz): view (1995-1997, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (74 kb, 26 October 2008)
  87. Berlin, Germany: Dutch (Netherlands) Embassy (Klosterstraße): back façade (2003, architect OMA / Rem Koolhaas) (68 kb, 12 March 2006)
  88. Berlin, Germany: Dutch (Netherlands) Embassy (Klosterstraße): front façade (2003, architect OMA / Rem Koolhaas) (69 kb, 26 October 2008)
  89. Berlin, Germany: DZ Bank (Behrenstraße): view (1996-1999, Frank Gehry) (73 kb, 29 October 2008)
  90. Berlin, Germany: DZ Bank (Pariser Platz): interior (1996-1999, Frank Gehry) (103 kb, 29 October 2008)
  91. Berlin, Germany: DZ Bank (Pariser Platz): view (1996-1999, Frank Gehry) (56 kb, 26 October 2008)
  92. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Amour, Paix (1990/2009, Hervé Morlay and Andreas Paulun) (118 kb, 18 October 2010)
  93. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Berlin bei Nacht (Yvonne Matzat Onischke; artist name since 2005 Yoni) (59 kb, 18 October 2010)
  94. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Brezhnev - Honecker kiss (103 kb, 12 March 2006)
  95. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): celebration (1990/2000/2009, Peter Lorenz) (96 kb, 18 October 2010)
  96. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Dancing to Freedom (1990/2000/2009, Jolly Kunjappu) (88 kb, 18 October 2010)
  97. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Dancing to Freedom (artist Jolly Kunjappu, 1990/2000) (51 kb, 12 March 2006)
  98. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Danke Andrej Sacharow (Thank you Andrei Sakharov) (Dmitri Vrubel, assisted by Viktoria Timofeeva) (41 kb, 18 October 2010)
  99. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Dawn of Peace (1990/2009, Salvadore de Fazio) (39 kb, 18 October 2010)
  100. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Der Geist ist wie Spuren der Vogel am Himmel (Thoughts are like Traces of Birds in Heaven) (2009, Ursula Wünsch) (70 kb, 18 October 2010)
  101. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Der Mauerspringer (Wall jumper) (Gabriel Heimler) (68 kb, 18 October 2010)
  102. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Der Morgen (Dawn) (Dieter Wien) (109 kb, 18 October 2010)
  103. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Die Beständigkeit der Ignoranz (The Persistence of Ignorance) (1990/2009, Karsten Wenzel) (62 kb, 18 October 2010)
  104. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Die sieben Stufen der Erleuchtung (The Seven Stages of Enlightenment) (1989/2009, Narenda K. Jain) (100 kb, 18 October 2010)
  105. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Die Tanzenden (The Dancers) (Sabine Kunz) (85 kb, 18 October 2010)
  106. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): dove (Amnesty International) (1990/2000/2009, Andrej Smolák) (43 kb, 18 October 2010)
  107. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Es geschah im November (It happened in November) (Kani Alavi) (104 kb, 18 October 2010)
  108. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): faces (127 kb, 12 March 2006)
  109. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): faces (Gamil Gimajew) (178 kb, 18 October 2010)
  110. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): faces (Thierry Noir) (61 kb, 18 October 2010)
  111. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Flora geht (1990/2009, Brigida Böttcher) (79 kb, 18 October 2010)
  112. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Flucht (Escape) (1990/2000/2009, Kasra Alavi) (53 kb, 18 October 2010)
  113. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): forest (1990/2009, Ditmar Reiter) (86 kb, 18 October 2010)
  114. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Geist Reise (Spirit Travel) (1990/2009, Andy Weiss) (70 kb, 18 October 2010)
  115. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods) (1990/2009, Gerald Kriedner) (66 kb, 18 October 2010)
  116. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): heads and bananas (2009, César Olhagaray) (92 kb, 18 October 2010)
  117. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Himmel und Sucher (Peter Russell) (124 kb, 18 October 2010)
  118. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Hymne an das Glück (Fulvio Pinna) (90 kb, 18 October 2010)
  119. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Joint Venture (1990/2000/2009, Magaret Hunter) (89 kb, 18 October 2010)
  120. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Justitia (Klaus Niethardt) (71 kb, 18 October 2010)
  121. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): La Buerlinca (1990/2009, Stephan Cacciatore) (87 kb, 18 October 2010)
  122. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Les Yeux Ouverts (Open Eyes) (Muriel Raoux) (59 kb, 18 October 2010)
  123. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): man and dog (1990/2009, Peter Peinzger) (63 kb, 18 October 2010)
  124. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Marionetten eines abgesetzten Stücks (2000/2009, Marc Engel) (48 kb, 18 October 2010)
  125. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Mein Gott hilf mir, diese tödliche Liebe zu überleben (My God help me survive this deadly love) (Dmitri Vrubel, assisted by Viktoria Timofeeva) (76 kb, 18 October 2010)
  126. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Métamorphose des existences lié par un mobile indéfini (2009, Kim Prisu, Joaquim A. Gocalves Borregana) (104 kb, 18 October 2010)
  127. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Parlo d'Amor (1990/2000/2009, Ignasi Blanch) (76 kb, 18 October 2010)
  128. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): people (Karin Velmanns) (77 kb, 18 October 2010)
  129. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Pneumohumanoiden (Jens-Helge Dahmen) (83 kb, 18 October 2010)
  130. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Rauschebart (1990 Georg Lutz, copy 2009 by G. Schaefer) (50 kb, 18 October 2010)
  131. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Save Our Earth, Get Human (2009, Yvonne Matzat Onischke; artist name since 2005 Yoni) (in 1990 was Die Geburt der Kachinas, Jürgen Grosse) (110 kb, 18 October 2010)
  132. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): sea of humanity (91 kb, 12 March 2006)
  133. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Test the Rest (was Test the Best) (1990/1996/1998/2000/2009, Birgit Kinder) (85 kb, 18 October 2010)
  134. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): The Big Kremlin's Wind (Theodor Chezlav Tezhik) (87 kb, 18 October 2010)
  135. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Tolerance (1990/2009, Mary Mackey) (72 kb, 18 October 2010)
  136. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Touch the Wall (Christine Kühn) (117 kb, 18 October 2010)
  137. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): two doves (1990/2009, Rosemarie Schinzler) (57 kb, 18 October 2010)
  138. Berlin, Germany: East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): Vergesst mir die Liebe nicht (Henry Schmidt) (78 kb, 18 October 2010)
  139. Berlin, Germany: Ebert-Straße 15: view (2007, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner and Baumann) (74 kb, 29 October 2008)
  140. Berlin, Germany: Ebertstraße, Science Center Medizintechnik: view (2007-2009, Gnädinger Architekten) (83 kb, 18 October 2010)
  141. Berlin, Germany: Ebertstraße, Vertretung des Landes Niedersachsen beim Bund: one of five gold statues from Grosser Garten (Herrenhäuser Gärten, Hannover, cast 1689) (100 kb, 18 October 2010)
  142. Berlin, Germany: Egyptian Embassy (Stauffenbergstraße): Berlin bear (82 kb, 25 October 2008)
  143. Berlin, Germany: Egyptian Embassy (Stauffenbergstraße): view (2000-2001, Samir Rabie and Kendel Architekten) (59 kb, 25 October 2008)
  144. Berlin, Germany: Eichorn Straße: 'Boxers' (1987, sculptor Keith Haring) (59 kb, 26 October 2008)
  145. Berlin, Germany: Eternithaus (Altonär Straße): view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Paul Baumgarten) (69 kb, 25 October 2008)
  146. Berlin, Germany: Evangelische Kaiser-Friedrich-Gedächtniskirche (Händelallee): view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Ludwig Lemmer) (53 kb, 25 October 2008)
  147. Berlin, Germany: Fanny-Hensel-Grundschule (Anhalter Park Primary School) (Schönebergerstraße): view (1987-1990, architects Wolfgang Scharlach and Rainer Wischhusen) (83 kb, 26 October 2008)
  148. Berlin, Germany: Feuerwache (fire station) Tiergarten (and also Polizeiwache) (Elisabeth-Abegg-Straße): view from front (2004, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten) (88 kb, 29 October 2008)
  149. Berlin, Germany: Feuerwache (fire station) Tiergarten (and also Polizeiwache) (Elisabeth-Abegg-Straße): view from rear (2004, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten) (73 kb, 29 October 2008)
  150. Berlin, Germany: Filmtheater Babylon (Rosa-Luxembourg-Straße): view (1927-1929, architect Hans Pölzig) (71 kb, 12 March 2006)
  151. Berlin, Germany: Flatowallee 14: Berlin bear with dancing couple painted on it (63 kb, 12 March 2006)
  152. Berlin, Germany: Flatowallee 16, Unité d'Habitation: view end on (built for Interbau 1957, architect Le Corbusier) (67 kb, 12 March 2006)
  153. Berlin, Germany: Flatowallee 16, Unité d'Habitation: view from front (built for Interbau 1957, architect Le Corbusier) (115 kb, 12 March 2006)
  154. Berlin, Germany: French Embassy (Pariser Platz): view (1999-2003, Christian de Portzamparc) (61 kb, 26 October 2008)
  155. Berlin, Germany: Friedrichstraße 140: view (2007-2009, architect Marc Braun) (107 kb, 18 October 2010)
  156. Berlin, Germany: Friedrichstraße 200: Houseball (1997, Claes Oldenburg and van Bruggen Coosje) (89 kb, 18 October 2010)
  157. Berlin, Germany: Friedrichstraße: Weidendammer Brück, railing, imperial eagle (1895-1896, bridge designed by Otto Stahn, railing made by workshop of M. Fabian, Puls, Langer, Methling und Krüger) (106 kb, 18 October 2010)
  158. Berlin, Germany: Gemäldegalerie (Stauffenbergstraße): view (1992-1998, architect Hilmer & Sattler) (47 kb, 25 October 2008)
  159. Berlin, Germany: Gendarmenmarkt, Konzerthaus Berlin (formerly Schauspielhaus Berlin): angel playing music on lion (sculptor Christian Friedrich Tieck) (56 kb, 18 October 2010)
  160. Berlin, Germany: Greifenhagener Straße 50: decoration (48 kb, 10 March 2006)
  161. Berlin, Germany: Grunerstraße, Parkhaus (car parking garage): view (2002-2004, Kny & Weber Architekten) (90 kb, 26 October 2008)
  162. Berlin, Germany: GSW Hauptverwaltung (Charlottenstraße): view (1999, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten) (57 kb, 26 October 2008)
  163. Berlin, Germany: GSW Hauptverwaltung (Markgrafenstraße): view (1999, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten) (83 kb, 26 October 2008)
  164. Berlin, Germany: Gustav-Heinemann-Brücke: view (2005, Max Dudler Architekt) (73 kb, 29 October 2008)
  165. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 14-16: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Pierre Vago) (88 kb, 25 October 2008)
  166. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 3-9: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Walter Gropius) (92 kb, 12 March 2006)
  167. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 3-9: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Walter Gropius) (116 kb, 25 October 2008)
  168. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 39: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Arne Jacobsen) (125 kb, 25 October 2008)
  169. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 55: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Ruf) (92 kb, 25 October 2008)
  170. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 59: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Wolf von Mollendorf and Sergius Ruegenberg) (145 kb, 25 October 2008)
  171. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 59: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Wolf von Mollendorf and Sergius Ruegenberg) (99 kb, 25 October 2008)
  172. Berlin, Germany: Händelallee 63: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Hönow) (112 kb, 25 October 2008)
  173. Berlin, Germany: Hauptbahnhof (and Gustav-Heinemann-Brücke): view (1995-2006, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (83 kb, 29 October 2008)
  174. Berlin, Germany: Hauptbahnhof: view (1995-2006, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (68 kb, 29 October 2008)
  175. Berlin, Germany: Haus am Checkpoint Charlie (corner of Friedrichstraße and Rudi-Dutschke Straße): view (1982-1986, architects Peter Eisenman and Jaquelin Robertson) (77 kb, 26 October 2008)
  176. Berlin, Germany: Haus der Kulturen der Welt (formerly Kongresshalle) (John-Foster-Dulles-Allee): view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Hugh A. Stubbins) (62 kb, 29 October 2008)
  177. Berlin, Germany: Haus der Kulturen der Welt (formerly Kongresshalle) (John-Foster-Dulles-Allee): view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Hugh A. Stubbins) (79 kb, 29 October 2008)
  178. Berlin, Germany: Haus der Presse (Markgrafenstraße): view (2000, Jo. Franzke Architekten) (64 kb, 26 October 2008)
  179. Berlin, Germany: Haus des Lehrers (Alexanderstraße): view (1961-1964, architect Hermann Henselmann) (67 kb, 26 October 2008)
  180. Berlin, Germany: Haus Loeser and Wolff (Potsdamer Straße): view (1928-1930, Albert Biebendt; top two floors, 2002-2004, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (72 kb, 29 October 2008)
  181. Berlin, Germany: Heerstraße 107 (Sternefeld Villa): view (1923-1924, architect Erich Mendelsohn) (110 kb, 12 March 2006)
  182. Berlin, Germany: Hinter dem Gießhaus 1: view (2005-2006, architect David Chipperfield) (53 kb, 26 October 2008)
  183. Berlin, Germany: Hitzigallee 17-21: view (IBA, 1984-1985, architect Kurt Ackermann) (93 kb, 25 October 2008)
  184. Berlin, Germany: Holocaust Memorial (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe): view (2003-2004, artist Peter Eisenman, engineer Buro Happold) (54 kb, 29 October 2008)
  185. Berlin, Germany: Holocaust Memorial (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe): view (2003-2004, artist Peter Eisenman, engineer Buro Happold) (61 kb, 29 October 2008)
  186. Berlin, Germany: Hotel Concorde (Augsburger Straße): view (2005, architect Jan Kleihues) (84 kb, 25 October 2008)
  187. Berlin, Germany: IG Metall (Deutscher Metallarbeiter Verband, Metal Workers Union Building) (Alte Jakobstraße): view (1929-1930, Erich Mendelsohn) (90 kb, 26 October 2008)
  188. Berlin, Germany: IG Metall (Deutscher Metallarbeiter Verband, Metal Workers Union Building) (Alte Jakobstraße): view at back (1929-1930, Erich Mendelsohn) (80 kb, 26 October 2008)
  189. Berlin, Germany: Indian Embassy (Tiergartenstraße): entrance (1999-2001, Léon Wohlhage Wernik Architekten) (74 kb, 25 October 2008)
  190. Berlin, Germany: Indian Embassy (Tiergartenstraße): view (1999-2001, Léon Wohlhage Wernik Architekten) (72 kb, 25 October 2008)
  191. Berlin, Germany: Jakob-Kaiser-Haus (Building 1) (Dorotheenstraße): view (1997-2002, Schweger Assoziierte Architekten) (71 kb, 26 October 2008)
  192. Berlin, Germany: Jakob-Kaiser-Haus (Building 3): view (1997-2002, architect Busmann und Haberer) (75 kb, 29 October 2008)
  193. Berlin, Germany: Jakob-Kaiser-Haus (Buildings 2 and 3): view (1997-2002, architect Busmann und Haberer) (69 kb, 29 October 2008)
  194. Berlin, Germany: Joachimstaler Platz: Verkehrskanzel (literally 'traffic pulpit') above kiosk (1953-1955, Werner Klenke, Bruno Grimmek, Werner Düttmann) (103 kb, 25 October 2008)
  195. Berlin, Germany: Jüdenstraße, Rotes Rathaus: façade (1861-1869, Hermann Friedrich Waesemann; rebuilt 1951-1956) (112 kb, 18 October 2010)
  196. Berlin, Germany: Judisches Museum (Linden Straße): view (1992-1996, Daniel Libeskind) (74 kb, 26 October 2008)
  197. Berlin, Germany: Judisches Museum (Linden Straße): view (1992-1996, Daniel Libeskind) (83 kb, 26 October 2008)
  198. Berlin, Germany: Judisches Museum (was Berlin Museum) (Linden Straße): façade (1734-1735, architect Philipp Gerlach) (61 kb, 26 October 2008)
  199. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: angel, mosaic ceiling (1897-1906, designed by Hermann Schaper, made by Firma Puhl and Wagner) (164 kb, 25 October 2008)
  200. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: angel, mosaic floor (1897-1906, designed by Hermann Schaper, made by Firma Puhl and Wagner) (107 kb, 25 October 2008)
  201. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: angels, mosaic ceiling (1897-1906, designed by Hermann Schaper, made by Firma Puhl and Wagner) (136 kb, 25 October 2008)
  202. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: Christ on Cross (1961, sculptor Karl Hemmeter, stained glass artist Gabriel Loire) (107 kb, 25 October 2008)
  203. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: Christ, mosaic ceiling (1897-1906, designed by Hermann Schaper, made by Firma Puhl and Wagner) (181 kb, 25 October 2008)
  204. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: emperor, mosaic ceiling (1897-1906, designed by Hermann Schaper, made by Firma Puhl and Wagner) (144 kb, 25 October 2008)
  205. Berlin, Germany: Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche: view (1891-1895, Franz Schwechten; 1959-1963, Egon Eiermann) (71 kb, 25 October 2008)
  206. Berlin, Germany: Kammermusiksaal (Herbert von Karajan Straße): stairs (1984-1987, architects Hans Scharoun, Edgar Wisniewski) (91 kb, 25 October 2008)
  207. Berlin, Germany: Kammermusiksaal (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1984-1987, architects Hans Scharoun, Edgar Wisniewski) (66 kb, 25 October 2008)
  208. Berlin, Germany: Kammermusiksaal (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1984-1987, architects Hans Scharoun, Edgar Wisniewski) (63 kb, 29 October 2008)
  209. Berlin, Germany: Kammermusiksaal (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1984-1987, architects Hans Scharoun, Edgar Wisniewski) (64 kb, 18 October 2010)
  210. Berlin, Germany: Kant Dreieck Media Centre (Kantstraße): view (1994, architect Josef Paul Kleihues) (99 kb, 29 October 2008)
  211. Berlin, Germany: Karolingerplatz 5/5a (Doppelvilla): snowy view (1922, architect Erich Mendelsohn) (97 kb, 12 March 2006)
  212. Berlin, Germany: Katholische Kirchengemeinde Herz Jesu (Fehrbelliner Straße): door (1897-1898, architect Christoph Hehl) (74 kb, 11 March 2006)
  213. Berlin, Germany: Katholische Pfarrkirche St. Ansgar (Altonär Straße): view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Kreuer) (112 kb, 25 October 2008)
  214. Berlin, Germany: Kindertagesstätte des Deutschen Bundestages (nursery) (Otto-von-Bismarck-Allee): view (1999, architect Gustav Peichl) (58 kb, 29 October 2008)
  215. Berlin, Germany: Kita Traumbaum (school) (Dessauer Straße): view (2005, architect die Baupiloten) (74 kb, 26 October 2008)
  216. Berlin, Germany: Klopstockstraße 19-23: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Wassili Luckhardt and Hoffman) (84 kb, 25 October 2008)
  217. Berlin, Germany: Klopstockstraße 30-32: view (built for Interbau 1957, architect Alvar Aalto) (94 kb, 25 October 2008)
  218. Berlin, Germany: Klosterstraße 64 (Gebr. Tietz): courtyard (1906?) (95 kb, 26 October 2008)
  219. Berlin, Germany: Klosterstraße 64 (Gebr. Tietz): door (1906?) (68 kb, 12 March 2006)
  220. Berlin, Germany: Klosterstraße 64 (Gebr. Tietz): façade (1906?) (77 kb, 12 March 2006)
  221. Berlin, Germany: Klosterstraße: Pieta (1978, sculptor Jürgen Pansow) (101 kb, 18 October 2010)
  222. Berlin, Germany: Konrad-Adenauer-Haus (CDU Bundesgeschäftsstelle, headquarters) (Klingelhöferstraße): view (2000, Petzinka Pink Architekten) (75 kb, 25 October 2008)
  223. Berlin, Germany: KPMG (Klingelhöferstraße): view (2005, Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners and Claus Neumann Architekten) (68 kb, 25 October 2008)
  224. Berlin, Germany: Kronprinzenbrücke: view (1992-1994, Santiago Calatrava) (with Bundespresamt behind) (79 kb, 29 October 2008)
  225. Berlin, Germany: Kurfürstendamm 234: decoration over main door (1900-1901, art nouveau) (82 kb, 25 October 2008)
  226. Berlin, Germany: Kurfürstendamm 234: woman's head (1900-1901, art nouveau) (69 kb, 25 October 2008)
  227. Berlin, Germany: Leipziger Straße, Detlev-Rohwedder-Haus: Building of the Republic (1950-1953, Max Lingner) (68 kb, 18 October 2010)
  228. Berlin, Germany: Lennéstraße 1 (Lenné Eins): view (2001-2003, Petzinka Pink Architekten) (82 kb, 29 October 2008)
  229. Berlin, Germany: Lennéstraße, Ulrich-von-Hassell-Haus: Euro Berlin bear (2004) (74 kb, 18 October 2010)
  230. Berlin, Germany: Linkstraße office and residential complex: view (1996-1999, Richard Rogers) (81 kb, 26 October 2008)
  231. Berlin, Germany: Linkstraße office complex: view (1993-1996, architects Arata Isozaki and Steffen Lehmann) (72 kb, 29 October 2008)
  232. Berlin, Germany: Linkstraße office complex: view (1996-1999, Richard Rogers) (91 kb, 26 October 2008)
  233. Berlin, Germany: Littenstraße 17: door (1896-1905, architects Paul Thoemer, Rudolf Mönnich, Otto Lard) (71 kb, 26 October 2008)
  234. Berlin, Germany: Ludwig Erhard Haus (Fasanenstraße): view (1994-1997, Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners) (126 kb, 25 October 2008)
  235. Berlin, Germany: Malaysian Embassy (Klingelhöferstraße): Berlin bear (artist Karl-Friedrich Bendlin) (84 kb, 25 October 2008)
  236. Berlin, Germany: Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus: snowy view (1998-2003, architect Stephan Braunfels) (55 kb, 11 March 2006)
  237. Berlin, Germany: Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus: view (1998-2003, architect Stephan Braunfels) (63 kb, 29 October 2008)
  238. Berlin, Germany: Marlene-Dietrich-Platz: 'Balloon Flower' (1997, sculptor Jeff Koons) (94 kb, 26 October 2008)
  239. Berlin, Germany: Martin Gropius Bau (Niederkirchnerstraße): mosaic panel at top of building (1879-1881, made by firm of Antonio Salviati, after designs by Friedrich Geselschap or Ernst Ewald) (building 1877-1881, Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden, restored 1999-2000, Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht) (122 kb, 26 October 2008)
  240. Berlin, Germany: Martin Gropius Bau (Niederkirchnerstraße): mosaic panel at top of building (1879-1881, made by firm of Antonio Salviati, after designs by Friedrich Geselschap or Ernst Ewald) (building 1877-1881, Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden, restored 1999-2000, Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht) (115 kb, 26 October 2008)
  241. Berlin, Germany: Martin Gropius Bau (Niederkirchnerstraße): mosaic panel at top of building (1879-1881, made by firm of Antonio Salviati, after designs by Friedrich Geselschap or Ernst Ewald) (building 1877-1881, Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden, restored 1999-2000, Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht) (112 kb, 26 October 2008)
  242. Berlin, Germany: Martin Gropius Bau (Niederkirchnerstraße): mosaic panel at top of building (1879-1881, made by firm of Antonio Salviati, after designs by Friedrich Geselschap or Ernst Ewald) (building 1877-1881, Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden, restored 1999-2000, Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht) (111 kb, 26 October 2008)
  243. Berlin, Germany: Martin Gropius Bau (Niederkirchnerstraße): mosaic panel at top of building (1879-1881, made by firm of Antonio Salviati, after designs by Friedrich Geselschap or Ernst Ewald) (building 1877-1881, Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden, restored 1999-2000, Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht) (106 kb, 26 October 2008)
  244. Berlin, Germany: Martin Gropius Bau (Niederkirchnerstraße): mosaic panel at top of building (1879-1881, made by firm of Antonio Salviati, after designs by Friedrich Geselschap or Ernst Ewald) (building 1877-1881, Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden, restored 1999-2000, Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht) (103 kb, 26 October 2008)
  245. Berlin, Germany: Martin Gropius Bau (Niederkirchnerstraße): mosaic panel at top of building (1879-1881, made by firm of Antonio Salviati, after designs by Friedrich Geselschap or Ernst Ewald) (building 1877-1881, Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden, restored 1999-2000, Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht) (118 kb, 26 October 2008)
  246. Berlin, Germany: Martin Gropius Bau (Niederkirchnerstraße): mosaic panel at top of building (1879-1881, made by firm of Antonio Salviati, after designs by Friedrich Geselschap or Ernst Ewald) (building 1877-1881, Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden, restored 1999-2000, Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht) (124 kb, 26 October 2008)
  247. Berlin, Germany: Mauerstraße, Bulgarian Embassy: Mauern durchbrechen (To Break Through the Wall) (2006, Georgi Tchapkanov) (105 kb, 18 October 2010)
  248. Berlin, Germany: Mauerstraße, Bulgarian Embassy: sculpted door (70 kb, 18 October 2010)
  249. Berlin, Germany: Max-Delbruck-Centrum fur Molekulare Medizin Berlin-Buch (MDC), Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Haus: interior detail (50 kb, 10 March 2006)
  250. Berlin, Germany: Max-Delbruck-Centrum fur Molekulare Medizin Berlin-Buch (MDC), Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Haus: lobby (63 kb, 10 March 2006)
  251. Berlin, Germany: Max-Delbruck-Centrum fur Molekulare Medizin Berlin-Buch (MDC), Timofejew Ressowski-Haus: view (2005, architect Staab Architekten) (62 kb, 9 March 2006)
  252. Berlin, Germany: May-Ayim-Ufer (was Gröbenufer): Stehende Figur vor Reliefkörpern (1987, Andreas Frömberg) (108 kb, 18 October 2010)
  253. Berlin, Germany: Mehring Platz housing: view (c1968, design Hans Scharoun, execution Werner Düttmann) (59 kb, 26 October 2008)
  254. Berlin, Germany: Mexican Embassy (Klingelhöferstraße): frontage gradient (2000, Teodoro Gonzálezde León, Francisco Serrano) (70 kb, 25 October 2008)
  255. Berlin, Germany: Mexican Embassy (Klingelhöferstraße): view (2000, Teodoro Gonzálezde León, Francisco Serrano) (56 kb, 25 October 2008)
  256. Berlin, Germany: Mildred-Harnack-Straße: O2 World Arena (2008, Populous and JSK Architekten) (58 kb, 18 October 2010)
  257. Berlin, Germany: Molkenmarkt 1: buttress decoration of man with lion wrap (66 kb, 12 March 2006)
  258. Berlin, Germany: Mosse Publishing House (at time of photo, Total) (corner of Jerusalemstraße and Schützenstraße): view (1921-1922, Erich Mendelsohn; renovated 1995, Jürgen Fissler and Hans-Christof Ernst) (90 kb, 26 October 2008)
  259. Berlin, Germany: Neue Nationalgalerie (Potsdamer Straße): Krieger (Warriors) (1975, Eduardo Chillida) (95 kb, 18 October 2010)
  260. Berlin, Germany: Neue Nationalgalerie (Potsdamer Straße): Polis (1965-1968, Joannis Avramidis) (92 kb, 18 October 2010)
  261. Berlin, Germany: Neue Nationalgalerie (Potsdamer Straße): The Archer (1964-1965, Henry Moore) (78 kb, 29 October 2008)
  262. Berlin, Germany: Neue Nationalgalerie (Potsdamer Straße): view (1965-1969, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe) (with Alexander Calder sculpture in foreground) (54 kb, 25 October 2008)
  263. Berlin, Germany: Neue Nationalgalerie (Potsdamer Straße): view (1965-1969, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe) (with Alexander Calder sculpture in foreground) (55 kb, 18 October 2010)
  264. Berlin, Germany: Neues Kranzler Eck (Kurfürstendamm): view of one part (1998-2000, Helmut Jahn) (94 kb, 25 October 2008)
  265. Berlin, Germany: Neues Tempodrom (Möckernstraße): view (2001, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (42 kb, 26 October 2008)
  266. Berlin, Germany: Niederkirchnerstraße: Berlin bear (commemorating meeting of EU finance ministers and central bankers, 20/21 April 2007, artist Andrej Bitter) (74 kb, 26 October 2008)
  267. Berlin, Germany: Nordic Embassies (Rauchstraße): copper wrap around outside of complex (1997-1999, architect Berger + Parkkinen) (107 kb, 25 October 2008)
  268. Berlin, Germany: Nordic Embassies, Felleshus (cultural centre) (Rauchstraße): view (1997-1999, architect Berger + Parkkinen) (83 kb, 25 October 2008)
  269. Berlin, Germany: Oberbaumbrücke: view (1896, Otto Stahn) (55 kb, 18 October 2010)
  270. Berlin, Germany: Ökohaus (Ecology housing) (Rauchstraße): view (1988-1990, concept Frei Otto, execution Hermann Kendel, et al.) (129 kb, 25 October 2008)
  271. Berlin, Germany: Oranienburger Straße: Neue Synagoge (1859-1866, designed by Eduard Knoblauch, completed by Friedrich August Stüle; reconstructed 1989-1993) (93 kb, 18 October 2010)
  272. Berlin, Germany: Oranienburger Straße: Neue Synagoge, door (1859-1866, designed by Eduard Knoblauch, completed by Friedrich August Stüle; reconstructed 1989-1993) (104 kb, 18 October 2010)
  273. Berlin, Germany: Oranienburger Straße: Postfuhramt (1875-1881, Carl Schwatlo) (80 kb, 18 October 2010)
  274. Berlin, Germany: Paul-Löbe-Haus: Mann auf der Leiter (Man on the Ladder) (2001, Neo Rauch) (52 kb, 18 October 2010)
  275. Berlin, Germany: Paul-Löbe-Haus: tower (1997-2001, architect Stephan Braunfels) (104 kb, 26 October 2008)
  276. Berlin, Germany: Paul-Löbe-Haus: view (1997-2001, architect Stephan Braunfels) (65 kb, 26 October 2008)
  277. Berlin, Germany: Paul-Löbe-Haus: view (1997-2001, architect Stephan Braunfels) (61 kb, 29 October 2008)
  278. Berlin, Germany: Paul-Löbe-Haus: view (1997-2001, architect Stephan Braunfels) (68 kb, 18 October 2010)
  279. Berlin, Germany: Pergamon Museum: detail of façade from Inanna Temple (around 1413 BC, built by Kassite ruler Kara-indash Uruk) (70 kb, 11 March 2006)
  280. Berlin, Germany: Pergamon Museum: Ishtar Gate (Tor), lion panel (reconstructed, original was c 575 BC) (97 kb, 11 March 2006)
  281. Berlin, Germany: Philharmonie (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1956-1963, architect Hans Scharoun) (98 kb, 25 October 2008)
  282. Berlin, Germany: Philharmonie (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1956-1963, architect Hans Scharoun) (49 kb, 26 October 2008)
  283. Berlin, Germany: Philharmonie (Herbert von Karajan Straße): view (1956-1963, architect Hans Scharoun) (86 kb, 29 October 2008)
  284. Berlin, Germany: Rauchstraße 19-20: view (1981-1982, Dietrich Bangert, Bernd Jansen, Stefan Scholz, Axel Schultes) (82 kb, 25 October 2008)
  285. Berlin, Germany: Rauchstraße 6: view (IBA, 1983-1984, Hubert Herrmann) (62 kb, 25 October 2008)
  286. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: dome mirrors (1995-1999, architect Norman Foster and Partners) (121 kb, 11 March 2006)
  287. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: entrance relief (1884-1894, architect Paul Wallot) (68 kb, 11 March 2006)
  288. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: entrance relief (1884-1894, architect Paul Wallot) (68 kb, 11 March 2006)
  289. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: lamp post (80 kb, 26 October 2008)
  290. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: lamp post base (97 kb, 18 October 2010)
  291. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: view (1884-1894, architect Paul Wallot; 1995-1999, architect Norman Foster and Partners) (54 kb, 29 October 2008)
  292. Berlin, Germany: Reichstag: view (1894, architect Paul Wallot) (62 kb, 18 October 2010)
  293. Berlin, Germany: Reinhardtstraße 56-58: view (2003-2004, TBP Triet Braun Tietjen Schmittmann) (62 kb, 29 October 2008)
  294. Berlin, Germany: Ritz-Carlton hotel (Bellevue Straße): view (2000-2003, architect Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht) (73 kb, 26 October 2008)
  295. Berlin, Germany: Russian Embassy (Unter den Linden): door (1950-1953, Friedrich Skujin) (93 kb, 26 October 2008)
  296. Berlin, Germany: Russian Embassy (Unter den Linden): lantern (1950-1953, Friedrich Skujin) (87 kb, 26 October 2008)
  297. Berlin, Germany: Sanofi Aventis (Potsdamer Straße) (part of Sony Center): view (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (88 kb, 18 October 2010)
  298. Berlin, Germany: Scherenbergstraße 26: gate decoration (81 kb, 10 March 2006)
  299. Berlin, Germany: Schiffbauerdamm 5: Muse (1892, architect Heinrich Seeling, mosaic made by Puhl and Wagner after cartoon by Max Koch) (77 kb, 18 October 2010)
  300. Berlin, Germany: Schlesische Straße 32: mural on side of building (100 kb, 18 October 2010)
  301. Berlin, Germany: Schlesische Straße 32: mural on side of building (107 kb, 18 October 2010)
  302. Berlin, Germany: Schloss Bellevue (Spreeweg): view (1786, Philipp Daniel Bourmann) (55 kb, 29 October 2008)
  303. Berlin, Germany: Schöneberger Straße and Dessauer Straße, housing: view (IBA, 1987-1990, Josef Paul Kleihues) (66 kb, 26 October 2008)
  304. Berlin, Germany: Shellhaus (Reichpietschufer): view (1930-1931, architect Emil Fahrenkamp) (93 kb, 29 October 2008)
  305. Berlin, Germany: Siegessäule (Victory Column): guard house (1930s, Albert Speer) (99 kb, 29 October 2008)
  306. Berlin, Germany: Siegessäule (Victory Column): view (1873, architect Johann Heinrich Strack) (moved to present location in 1930s by Albert Speer) (38 kb, 29 October 2008)
  307. Berlin, Germany: Sony Center (Lennéstraße): view (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (76 kb, 25 October 2008)
  308. Berlin, Germany: Sony Center (Potsdamer Platz): courtyard (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (123 kb, 26 October 2008)
  309. Berlin, Germany: Sony Center (Potsdamer Platz): courtyard roof (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (142 kb, 26 October 2008)
  310. Berlin, Germany: Sony Center (Potsdamer Straße): view (1996-2000, architect Helmut Jahn) (94 kb, 29 October 2008)
  311. Berlin, Germany: South African Embassy (Tiergartenstraße): view (2003, MMA Architects) (114 kb, 25 October 2008)
  312. Berlin, Germany: South Korean Embassy (Stülerstraße): view (2006-2007, architect Braun & Schlockermann und Partner) (83 kb, 25 October 2008)
  313. Berlin, Germany: Staatsbibliothek (Potsdamer Straße): view (1967-1968, Hans Scharoun, Edgar Wisniewski) (76 kb, 29 October 2008)
  314. Berlin, Germany: Stargader Straße 8: buttress decoration (42 kb, 10 March 2006)
  315. Berlin, Germany: Stralauer Straße 32 (Berlinwasser International headquarters): façade (1998-1999, architect Christoph Langhof) (72 kb, 12 March 2006)
  316. Berlin, Germany: Stresemannstraße 109: view (IBA, 1993-1994, Zaha Hadid) (62 kb, 26 October 2008)
  317. Berlin, Germany: Swiss Embassy (Otto-von-Bismarck-Allee): view (1995-2000, architect Diener and Diener) (55 kb, 26 October 2008)
  318. Berlin, Germany: Swissôtel (Kurfürstendamm): view (1998-2001, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (89 kb, 25 October 2008)
  319. Berlin, Germany: Taubenstraße 10: column support (1906-1907, architect Hermann Dernburg, sculptor Hermann Engelhardt) (80 kb, 18 October 2010)
  320. Berlin, Germany: Technische Universität, Architekturgebäude (Marchstraße): view (1963-1968, architect Bernhard Hermkes) (68 kb, 25 October 2008)
  321. Berlin, Germany: Technische Universität, Hardenbergstraße: Study-Buddy-Bär (Berlin bear) (2006) (102 kb, 25 October 2008)
  322. Berlin, Germany: Technische Universität, Mathematikgebäude (Institut für Mathematik) (Straße des 17.Juni): Matheon-Bär (Berlin bear) (66 kb, 25 October 2008)
  323. Berlin, Germany: Technische Universität, Mathematikgebäude (Institut für Mathematik) (Straße des 17.Juni): view (1980, architects Georg Kohlmaier and Barna von Sartory) (90 kb, 25 October 2008)
  324. Berlin, Germany: Tegel Airport: control tower (1970-1975, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (42 kb, 29 October 2008)
  325. Berlin, Germany: Tegel Airport: main terminal building (1970-1975, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (59 kb, 29 October 2008)
  326. Berlin, Germany: Theater des Westens (Kantstraße): lantern (1895-1896, architect Bernhard Sehring) (92 kb, 25 October 2008)
  327. Berlin, Germany: Theater des Westens (Kantstraße): sculpture at front (1895-1896, architect Bernhard Sehring) (66 kb, 25 October 2008)
  328. Berlin, Germany: Theater des Westens (Kantstraße): view (1895-1896, architect Bernhard Sehring) (72 kb, 25 October 2008)
  329. Berlin, Germany: Umlaufkanal (Waterflow Testing Station) (Müller-Breslau-Straße, but viewed from other side): view (1975-1976, Ludwig Leo) (136 kb, 29 October 2008)
  330. Berlin, Germany: United Arab Emirates Embassy (Hiroshimastraße): view (2004, Krause Bohne Architects) (76 kb, 25 October 2008)
  331. Berlin, Germany: Universität der Künste Konzertsaal (Hardenbergstraße): view (1953-1955, architect Paul Baumgarten) (93 kb, 25 October 2008)
  332. Berlin, Germany: US (American) Embassy (Behrenstraße): view (2008, architect Moore Ruble Yudell) (67 kb, 29 October 2008)
  333. Berlin, Germany: US (American) Embassy (Pariser Platz): view (2008, architect Moore Ruble Yudell) (64 kb, 26 October 2008)
  334. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Baden-Württemberg beim Bund (Tiergartenstraße): view (2000, architect Dietrich Bangert) (43 kb, 25 October 2008)
  335. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Brandenburg-Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (In den Ministergärten): view (2001, von Gerkan, Marg und Partner) (58 kb, 29 October 2008)
  336. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Bremen beim Bund (Hiroshimastraße): view (1998-1999, Léon Wohlhage Wernik Architekten) (60 kb, 25 October 2008)
  337. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Hessen (In den Ministergärten): view (2000, architects Michael Christi and Joachim Bruchhäuser) (65 kb, 29 October 2008)
  338. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Hessen (In den Ministergärten): view (2000, architects Michael Christi and Joachim Bruchhäuser) (82 kb, 29 October 2008)
  339. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Niedersachsen beim Bund (Ebert-Straße): five baroque golden statues (cast 1689; from Großer Garten, Herrenhäuser Gärten, Hannover) (in Berlin from 2006-2008) (115 kb, 29 October 2008)
  340. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen beim Bund (Hiroshimastraße): view (2002, Petzinka Pink Architekten) (78 kb, 25 October 2008)
  341. Berlin, Germany: Vertretung des Landes Schleswig-Holstein-Niedersachsen beim Bund (In den Ministergärten): view (1999-2001, architects Cornelsen and Seelinger) (81 kb, 29 October 2008)
  342. Berlin, Germany: Villa Parey (Sigismundstraße): door (1895-1896) (85 kb, 25 October 2008)
  343. Berlin, Germany: Wilhelmstraße, ARD-Hauptstadtstudio: view (1995-1998, architect Ortner and Ortner) (66 kb, 18 October 2010)
  344. Berlin, Germany: Wissenschaftszentrum (Science Center) (Reichpietschufer): view (1984-1988, James Stirling and Michael Wilford) (81 kb, 29 October 2008)
  345. Berlin, Germany: WZB (Wissenschftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung) (Reichpietschufer): door (106 kb, 29 October 2008)

Frankfurt:

  1. Frankfurt (Mertonviertel, Heddernheim), Germany: Deutsches Reisebüro (Emil-von-Behring-Strasse 6): entrance (1991, Isenberg Architekten) (131 kb, 17 February 2009)
  2. Frankfurt (Mertonviertel, Heddernheim), Germany: Deutsches Reisebüro (Emil-von-Behring-Strasse 6): view (1991, Isenberg Architekten) (99 kb, 17 February 2009)
  3. Frankfurt (Mertonviertel, Heddernheim), Germany: Price Waterhouse Coopers (Undine-Haus, Marie-Curie-Strasse 24-28): view (2000, architect Hommel & Rodrian) (75 kb, 17 February 2009)
  4. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Frankfurter Innovationszentrum Biotechnologie: 'Doppelhelix' (double helix) (Altenhöferallee 3) (2008, sculptor Norman Kehm) (82 kb, 17 February 2009)
  5. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Frankfurter Innovationszentrum Biotechnologie: entrance, from courtyard (Altenhöferallee 3) (2002-2004, Henn Architekten) (78 kb, 17 February 2009)
  6. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Frankfurter Innovationszentrum Biotechnologie: entrance, from street (Altenhöferallee 3) (2002-2004, Henn Architekten) (71 kb, 18 February 2009)
  7. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Frankfurter Innovationszentrum Biotechnologie: LabRestaurant (Altenhöferallee 3) (2007-2008, Henn Architekten) (77 kb, 17 February 2009)
  8. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Biochemie (Biochemistry, Max-von-Laue-Straße 9) helical staircase (79 kb, 17 February 2009)
  9. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Biochemie (Biochemistry, Max-von-Laue-Straße 9) stairwell (72 kb, 17 February 2009)
  10. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Biochemie, Chemie und Pharmazie (Biochemistry, Chemistry and Pharmacy, Max-von-Laue-Straße 9) hallway (83 kb, 18 February 2009)
  11. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Chemie (Chemistry, Max-von-Laue-Straße 7) (1971-1973) (79 kb, 17 February 2009)
  12. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Chemie (Chemistry, Max-von-Laue-Straße 7), wall relief (1984, Richard Heß) (39 kb, 18 February 2009)
  13. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Chemie (Chemistry, Max-von-Laue-Straße 7), wall relief (1984, Richard Heß) (42 kb, 18 February 2009)
  14. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: FIAS (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Ruth-Moufang-Straße 1) (2006-2007, architect msm meyer schmitz-morkramer) (71 kb, 18 February 2009)
  15. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Institut für Geowissenschaften (Institute of Geoscience, Altenhöferallee 1) (60 kb, 18 February 2009)
  16. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Institut für Geowissenschaften (Institute of Geoscience, Altenhöferallee 1), entrance (94 kb, 17 February 2009)
  17. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Institut für Geowissenschaften (Institute of Geoscience, Altenhöferallee 1), fern imprinted in pavement (54 kb, 17 February 2009)
  18. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Institut für Geowissenschaften (Institute of Geoscience, Altenhöferallee 1), stone pile sculpture (85 kb, 17 February 2009)
  19. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Mensa (Max-von-Laue-Straße 9) (59 kb, 18 February 2009)
  20. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Physik (Physics, Max-von-Laue-Straße 1) (2002-2005, ArGe Architekten) (78 kb, 18 February 2009)
  21. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main: Physik (Physics, Max-von-Laue-Straße 1), detail (2002-2005, ArGe Architekten) (69 kb, 18 February 2009)
  22. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Max Planck Institut für Biophysik: gästhaus (guest house, Max-von-Laue-Straße 5) (2003, Auer+Weber+Assoziierte) (78 kb, 18 February 2009)
  23. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Max Planck Institut für Biophysik: library (Max-von-Laue-Straße 3) (2003, Auer+Weber+Assoziierte) (96 kb, 18 February 2009)
  24. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Max Planck Institut für Biophysik: view (Max-von-Laue-Straße 3) (2003, Auer+Weber+Assoziierte) (76 kb, 18 February 2009)
  25. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: Poseidon-Haus (Altenhöferallee): view (2007-2009) (64 kb, 18 February 2009)
  26. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: shopping mall (Altenhöferallee): travelator (escalator) (2008) (55 kb, 18 February 2009)
  27. Frankfurt (Riedberg), Germany: shopping mall and housing (Altenhöferallee): view (2008) (63 kb, 18 February 2009)
  28. Frankfurt, Germany: 37-39 Kaiserstraße: column support, female (70 kb, 8 May 2010)
  29. Frankfurt, Germany: Alte Nikolaikirche (St Paulsgemeinde, Römerberg 9): Mark and Matthew (1951, Lina von Schauroth) (102 kb, 18 February 2009)
  30. Frankfurt, Germany: Alte Nikolaikirche (St Paulsgemeinde, Römerberg 9): view (originally 11th-13th century, destroyed in WWII) (58 kb, 18 February 2009)
  31. Frankfurt, Germany: Alte Oper: lamp post (1873-1880, architect Richard Lucae, reconstructed 1976-1981) (84 kb, 18 February 2009)
  32. Frankfurt, Germany: Alte Oper: pediments (1873-1880, architect Richard Lucae, reconstructed 1976-1981) (114 kb, 18 February 2009)
  33. Frankfurt, Germany: Alte Oper: view (1873-1880, architect Richard Lucae, reconstructed 1976-1981) (87 kb, 18 February 2009)
  34. Frankfurt, Germany: An der Hauptwache: Struwwelpeterbrunnen (fountain) (1985, Franziska Lenz-Gerharz) (97 kb, 18 February 2009)
  35. Frankfurt, Germany: Commerzbank: view (1994-1997, Norman Foster and Partners) (42 kb, 18 February 2009)
  36. Frankfurt, Germany: Dom (St Bartholomäus) (Cathedral): memorial plaque (88 kb, 18 February 2009)
  37. Frankfurt, Germany: Dom (St Bartholomäus) (Cathedral): memorial plaques (81 kb, 18 February 2009)
  38. Frankfurt, Germany: Dom (St Bartholomäus) (Cathedral): memorial to Joannes Carolus (80 kb, 18 February 2009)
  39. Frankfurt, Germany: Emil-Claar-Straße: Emil Claar memorial wall relief (1958, artist A.K.) (77 kb, 18 February 2009)
  40. Frankfurt, Germany: Eurotower, European Central Bank: view (1971-1977, architects Richard Heil, Johannes Krahn) (86 kb, 8 May 2010)
  41. Frankfurt, Germany: Große Bockenheimer Straße: Freßgass' Brunnen (fountain) (1977, Inge Hagner) (100 kb, 18 February 2009)
  42. Frankfurt, Germany: Haus Wertheim (Fahrtor 1): view (1600, so not destroyed in WWII) (90 kb, 18 February 2009)
  43. Frankfurt, Germany: IG Farben Building (Pölzig-Bau): detail (1928-1930, architect Hans Pölzig, restored 1998-2001) (95 kb, 18 February 2009)
  44. Frankfurt, Germany: IG Farben Building (Pölzig-Bau): view (1928-1930, architect Hans Pölzig, restored 1998-2001) (75 kb, 18 February 2009)
  45. Frankfurt, Germany: Kaiserstraße: sculpture in park (124 kb, 8 May 2010)
  46. Frankfurt, Germany: Römer (Römerberg 21): door detail (originally medieval, destroyed in WWII) (93 kb, 18 February 2009)
  47. Frankfurt, Germany: Römer (Römerberg 21): door detail (originally medieval, destroyed in WWII) (89 kb, 18 February 2009)
  48. Frankfurt, Germany: Römer (Römerberg 21): door (originally medieval, destroyed in WWII) (94 kb, 18 February 2009)
  49. Frankfurt, Germany: Römer (Römerberg 21): façade (originally medieval, destroyed in WWII) (76 kb, 18 February 2009)
  50. Frankfurt, Germany: Salzhaus (Salt House, Römerberg , 27): 'Phönix aus der Asche' (Phoenix rising from the ashes) (1952-1954, mosaic artist Wilhelm Geißler) (88 kb, 18 February 2009)
  51. Frankfurt, Germany: Salzhaus (Salt House, Römerberg , 27): wood plaque below window (one in series of the four seasons) (1610, so not destroyed in WWII) (63 kb, 18 February 2009)
  52. Frankfurt, Germany: Zum Schwarzen Stern (Römerberg 21): sign (84 kb, 18 February 2009)

Karlsruhe:

  1. Karlsruhe (Beiertheim-Bulach), Germany: Bürgerverein Bulach (Civic Association Bulach): wall relief (63 kb, 11 December 2008)
  2. Karlsruhe (Oberreut), Germany: Albert-Braun-Straße 12 a-h: view from front (1927-1929, Walter Gropius) (66 kb, 11 December 2008)
  3. Karlsruhe (Oberreut), Germany: Albert-Braun-Straße 12 d-e: view from rear (1927-1929, Walter Gropius) (102 kb, 11 December 2008)
  4. Karlsruhe (Oberreut), Germany: Albert-Braun-Straße 14 a-h: view from front (1927-1929, Walter Gropius) (80 kb, 11 December 2008)
  5. Karlsruhe (Weiherfeld-Dammerstock), Germany: Dammerstockstraße 23: view (1927-1929, Walter Gropius) (79 kb, 11 December 2008)
  6. Karlsruhe (Weiherfeld-Dammerstock), Germany: Nürnberger Straße 3-5: view (1927-1929, Otto Haesler) (44 kb, 11 December 2008)
  7. Karlsruhe (Weiherfeld-Dammerstock), Germany: Nürnberger Straße 3: view (1927-1929, Otto Haesler) (50 kb, 11 December 2008)
  8. Karlsruhe (Weiherfeld-Dammerstock), Germany: St-Franziskus-Kirche (Rechts der Alb): tympanum decoration (1936-1938, architects Fridolin Bosch and Anton Ohnmacht) (46 kb, 11 December 2008)
  9. Karlsruhe, Germany: Albtalbahnhof: fountain sculpture (92 kb, 3 March 2009)
  10. Karlsruhe, Germany: Albtalbahnhof: view (84 kb, 3 March 2009)
  11. Karlsruhe, Germany: Bahnhofstraße 28: door frame decoration (64 kb, 3 March 2009)
  12. Karlsruhe, Germany: Brauerstraße underpass: girl (graffiti) (57 kb, 11 December 2008)
  13. Karlsruhe, Germany: Brauerstraße underpass: vampire / demon (graffiti) (73 kb, 11 December 2008)
  14. Karlsruhe, Germany: Brigantenbrunnen (Ettlinger Straße): fountain sculpture (1976-1979, Gudrun Schreiner) (104 kb, 3 March 2009)
  15. Karlsruhe, Germany: Bundesverfassungsgericht (Federal Constitutional Court) (Schlossbezirk): extension (2008, Schrölkamp Architektur) (82 kb, 11 December 2008)
  16. Karlsruhe, Germany: Bundesverfassungsgericht (Federal Constitutional Court) (Schlossbezirk): view (1965-1969, Paul Baumgarten) (60 kb, 11 December 2008)
  17. Karlsruhe, Germany: Bundesverfassungsgericht (Federal Constitutional Court) (Schlossbezirk): view (1965-1969, Paul Baumgarten) (72 kb, 11 December 2008)
  18. Karlsruhe, Germany: Carl Grosherzog von Baden monument (Karl-Friedrich-Straße): griffin (1822-1832, Friedrich Weinbrenner, restored 1986) (58 kb, 3 March 2009)
  19. Karlsruhe, Germany: Carl Grosherzog von Baden monument (Karl-Friedrich-Straße): lion mask water spout (1822-1832, Friedrich Weinbrenner, restored 1986) (86 kb, 11 December 2008)
  20. Karlsruhe, Germany: Elisabeth-Selbert-Schule (Steinhäuserstraße 25-27): 'Stein ist - doch was ist außer Stein' (1987, sculptor Hans Vaupel) (121 kb, 4 March 2009)
  21. Karlsruhe, Germany: Ettlinger Tor shopping centre: Christmas decorations (building 2005, ECE, lead architects Jost Hering and Klaus M. Hoffmann, with Kramm + Strigl) (142 kb, 11 December 2008)
  22. Karlsruhe, Germany: Ettlinger Tor shopping centre: Ettlinger-Tor-Skulptor (1998, artist Andreas Helmling, architect Alexander Grünenwald) (55 kb, 4 March 2009)
  23. Karlsruhe, Germany: Europabad (Hermann-Veit-Straße): view (2006-2008, architect Geier + Geier) (51 kb, 4 March 2009)
  24. Karlsruhe, Germany: Europahalle (Hermann-Veit-Straße): view (1981-1983, architect Schmitt Kasimir + Partner) (116 kb, 11 December 2008)
  25. Karlsruhe, Germany: Gartenhalle: view (1954-1955, architect Erich Schelling) (51 kb, 3 March 2009)
  26. Karlsruhe, Germany: Generalbundesanwalt beim Bundesgerichtshof (Brauerstraße): view (1995-1998, architect Oswald Mathias Ungers) (63 kb, 4 March 2009)
  27. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hauptbahnhof: view (1906-1913, architect August Stürzenacker) (72 kb, 3 March 2009)
  28. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hauptbahnhof: 'Zugabteil' (1984, sculptor Gudrun Schreiner) (81 kb, 2 March 2009)
  29. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hauptbahnhof: 'Zugabteil' (1984, sculptor Gudrun Schreiner) (83 kb, 3 March 2009)
  30. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hermann-Veit-Straße: fountain sculpture (86 kb, 4 March 2009)
  31. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hermann-Veit-Straße: hexagonal office building (with sculpture) (85 kb, 11 December 2008)
  32. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): detail, boy (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (81 kb, 11 December 2008)
  33. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): detail, boy (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (71 kb, 11 December 2008)
  34. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): detail, girl (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (93 kb, 11 December 2008)
  35. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): detail, girl (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (73 kb, 11 December 2008)
  36. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): detail, octopus (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (88 kb, 4 March 2009)
  37. Karlsruhe, Germany: Hygieiabrunnen (Hygiene fountain) (Festplatz): view (1905-1909, Johannes Hirt) (77 kb, 11 December 2008)
  38. Karlsruhe, Germany: Kaiserhof (Karl-Friedrich-Straße 12): sign (60 kb, 3 March 2009)
  39. Karlsruhe, Germany: Katholische Kirche St Stephan (Erbprinzenstraße): view (originally 1808-1814, Friedrich Weinbrenner, destroyed in WWII, reconstructed 1951-1955) (126 kb, 4 March 2009)
  40. Karlsruhe, Germany: Konzerthaus (Concert hall) (Festplatz): tympanum (pediment) decoration, music ensemble (1996, Stephan Balkenhol) (replaced one by Karl Albiker destroyed in WWII) (52 kb, 11 December 2008)
  41. Karlsruhe, Germany: Kriegsstraße 77: view (78 kb, 4 March 2009)
  42. Karlsruhe, Germany: Lammstraße: 'Jungbrunnen mit Vierdimensionalem Luftsprung' (Fountain of Youth, Fountain of the Lamb) (1983-1986, sculptor Karl-Henning Seemann) (104 kb, 3 March 2009)
  43. Karlsruhe, Germany: Lammstraße: 'Jungbrunnen mit Vierdimensionalem Luftsprung', conversion of old to young (Fountain of Youth, Fountain of the Lamb) (1983-1986, sculptor Karl-Henning Seemann) (105 kb, 3 March 2009)
  44. Karlsruhe, Germany: Lammstraße: 'Jungbrunnen mit Vierdimensionalem Luftsprung', old man diving into water (Fountain of Youth, Fountain of the Lamb) (1983-1986, sculptor Karl-Henning Seemann) (84 kb, 3 March 2009)
  45. Karlsruhe, Germany: Lammstraße: 'Jungbrunnen mit Vierdimensionalem Luftsprung', young woman emerging from water (Fountain of Youth, Fountain of the Lamb) (1983-1986, sculptor Karl-Henning Seemann) (98 kb, 3 March 2009)
  46. Karlsruhe, Germany: Landratsamt (Beiertheimer Allee): view (1961-1965, architects T. Keller und Möckel & Schmidt; originally administration building of Badenwerk) (90 kb, 3 March 2009)
  47. Karlsruhe, Germany: Mensa (dining hall) der Hochschule Karlsruhe (Moltkestrasse): interior (2004-2006, architect J. Mayer H.) (70 kb, 11 December 2008)
  48. Karlsruhe, Germany: Mensa (dining hall) der Hochschule Karlsruhe (Moltkestrasse): view (2004-2006, architect J. Mayer H.) (98 kb, 11 December 2008)
  49. Karlsruhe, Germany: Nancyhalle (Festplatz): view (1965-1967, architect Erich Schelling) (85 kb, 3 March 2009)
  50. Karlsruhe, Germany: Novotel Hotel (Festplatz): view (63 kb, 3 March 2009)
  51. Karlsruhe, Germany: Nymphengarten (Kriegsstraße): fountain sculpture (1889-1891, Heinrich Weltring) (144 kb, 4 March 2009)
  52. Karlsruhe, Germany: Peek & Cloppenburg (Lammstraße): view (2001-2002, architect Josef Paul Kleihues with Norbert Hensel) (71 kb, 11 December 2008)
  53. Karlsruhe, Germany: Pfarrgemeinde St. Michael (Church) (Gebhardtstraße): door (1962-1965) (84 kb, 11 December 2008)
  54. Karlsruhe, Germany: Schloß (Palace): view (originally 18th century, destroyed in WWII, rebuilt shortly afterwards) (56 kb, 3 March 2009)
  55. Karlsruhe, Germany: Schwarzwaldhalle (Festplatz): view (1953, architect Erich Schelling) (88 kb, 11 December 2008)
  56. Karlsruhe, Germany: Schwarzwaldhalle (Festplatz): view (1953, architect Erich Schelling) (129 kb, 11 December 2008)
  57. Karlsruhe, Germany: Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde (Erbprinzenstraße): 'Springende Panther' (1995, sculptor Andreas Helmling) (88 kb, 4 March 2009)
  58. Karlsruhe, Germany: Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde (Kriegsstraße): extension (131 kb, 4 March 2009)
  59. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): extension (1979-1985, architects Hermann Rotermund and Christine Rotermund-Lehmbruck) (73 kb, 11 December 2008)
  60. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): 'Kraft' (Power) (1923, sculptor Oskar Alexander Kiefer) (88 kb, 3 March 2009)
  61. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): 'Phönix über Europa' (1979, Walter Maria Förderer) (81 kb, 11 December 2008)
  62. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): 'Possession' (1995, sculptor Emma de Sigaldi) (91 kb, 4 March 2009)
  63. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): relief (centaur attacking man) (1915, sculptor Wilhelm Sauer, architect Curjel and Moser) (50 kb, 11 December 2008)
  64. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): relief (man next to horse) (1915, sculptor Wilhelm Sauer, architect Curjel and Moser) (52 kb, 11 December 2008)
  65. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): relief (woman on horse attacking man) (1915, sculptor Wilhelm Sauer, architect Curjel and Moser) (55 kb, 11 December 2008)
  66. Karlsruhe, Germany: Stadthalle (Festplatz): 'Schönheit' (Beauty) (1923, sculptor Oskar Alexander Kiefer) (86 kb, 3 March 2009)
  67. Karlsruhe, Germany: Tullabad: fish tile design (1954-1955, architects Erich Schelling and Helmut Stephan) (91 kb, 4 March 2009)
  68. Karlsruhe, Germany: Universität Karlsruhe, Fakultät für Informatik (Rechenzentrum): view (92 kb, 3 March 2009)
  69. Karlsruhe, Germany: Universität Karlsruhe, Fakultät für Mathematik: sculpture of sectioned sphere (104 kb, 3 March 2009)
  70. Karlsruhe, Germany: Universität Karlsruhe, Fakultät für Mathematik: view (143 kb, 3 March 2009)
  71. Karlsruhe, Germany: Universität Karlsruhe, Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften: view (66 kb, 3 March 2009)
  72. Karlsruhe, Germany: Vierordtbad: pediment (1871-1873, architect Josef Durm) (76 kb, 4 March 2009)
  73. Karlsruhe, Germany: Vierordtbad: tower (1871-1873, architect Josef Durm) (44 kb, 4 March 2009)
  74. Karlsruhe, Germany: Vierordtbad: view (1871-1873, architect Josef Durm) (78 kb, 3 March 2009)
  75. Karlsruhe, Germany: Weltzien-Haus (Karlstraße): view (19th century?) (77 kb, 4 March 2009)
  76. Karlsruhe, Germany: ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie): '9 Pfeiler / kopfüber' (1994, sculptor Werner Pokorny) (78 kb, 4 March 2009)
  77. Karlsruhe, Germany: ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie): 'Red Dog for Landois' (1987, sculptor Keith Haring) (66 kb, 4 March 2009)
  78. Karlsruhe, Germany: ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie): view (1994-1997, architect Schweger + Partner) (80 kb, 4 March 2009)

Other Germany:

  1. Baden-Baden, Germany: Spitalkirche: central apse window (1953, Harry McLean) (83 kb, 27 April 2005)
  2. Baden-Baden, Germany: Spitalkirche: eastern south-side window (1951, Harry McLean) (77 kb, 27 April 2005)
  3. Baden-Baden, Germany: Spitalkirche: western south-side window (1952, Harry McLean) (80 kb, 27 April 2005)
  4. Ettlingen, Germany: Albstraße: Harlot Fountain (middle of 16th century, renovated 1804) (63 kb, 17 April 2008)
  5. Ettlingen, Germany: Albstraße: Harlot Fountain, detail (middle of 16th century, renovated 1804) (84 kb, 17 April 2008)
  6. Ettlingen, Germany: Bahnhofplatz: sculpture of two women (1913, Karl Albiker) (117 kb, 18 April 2008)
  7. Ettlingen, Germany: Bahnhofplatz: sculpture of two women (1913, Karl Albiker) (106 kb, 18 April 2008)
  8. Ettlingen, Germany: Färbergaße: shrine (73 kb, 18 April 2008)
  9. Ettlingen, Germany: Friedrichstraße: 'The Young River Alb' (1963, designed by Karl Albiker, made by Walter Rössler) (107 kb, 18 April 2008)
  10. Ettlingen, Germany: Herz-Jesu Kirche: angel (part of door surround) (c1900) (77 kb, 18 April 2008)
  11. Ettlingen, Germany: Herz-Jesu Kirche: column decoration (c1900) (89 kb, 18 April 2008)
  12. Ettlingen, Germany: Herz-Jesu Kirche: south entrance (1900) (79 kb, 18 April 2008)
  13. Ettlingen, Germany: Herz-Jesu Kirche: west entrance (c1900) (81 kb, 18 April 2008)
  14. Ettlingen, Germany: Kirchenplatz: latticework house (former office for church taxes, restored 1980s) (72 kb, 18 April 2008)
  15. Ettlingen, Germany: Kronenstraße and Albstraße: St Borromäus (1755, sculptor Michael Heilmann) (73 kb, 17 April 2008)
  16. Ettlingen, Germany: Kronenstraße: ironwork hanging cross (1761) (59 kb, 18 April 2008)
  17. Ettlingen, Germany: Kronenstraße: Neptune Stone (Neptunstein, 3rd century, Roman; plaque is 1554) (60 kb, 27 April 2005)
  18. Ettlingen, Germany: Marktplatz: St George's or Market Fountain, detail (1494) (49 kb, 17 April 2008)
  19. Ettlingen, Germany: Marktstraße: Fountain of the Fool (Hans von Singen), detail (16th century) (65 kb, 17 April 2008)
  20. Ettlingen, Germany: Rathausturm: shrine (Mary and Jesus) (63 kb, 17 April 2008)
  21. Ettlingen, Germany: Rathausturm: view (originally medieval but redesigned in baroque style and extended upwards c1740) (43 kb, 18 April 2008)
  22. Ettlingen, Germany: Rathausturm: war memorial (Gedenken an die Toten, 1927, by Oskar Alexander Kiefer) (82 kb, 5 December 2002)
  23. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): decoration over entrance (baroque, 1728-1732, master builder Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer; restored 1978) (84 kb, 17 April 2008)
  24. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): Dolphin Fountain (1612, master builder Johannes Schoch) (95 kb, 17 April 2008)
  25. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): Dolphin Fountain, detail (1612, master builder Johannes Schoch) (63 kb, 17 April 2008)
  26. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): side entrance (baroque, 1728-1732, master builder Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer; restored 1978) (64 kb, 17 April 2008)
  27. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): trompe l'oeil façade (baroque, 1728-1732, master builder Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer; restored 1978) (87 kb, 17 April 2008)
  28. Ettlingen, Germany: Schloß (Castle): trompe l'oeil window detail (baroque, 1728-1732, master builder Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer; restored 1978) (57 kb, 17 April 2008)
  29. Ettlingen, Germany: Seminarstraße: ironwork sign (1905) (74 kb, 18 April 2008)
  30. Ettlingen, Germany: Seminarstraße: Monk's sculpture (popularly known as 'hic') (probably 16th century) (95 kb, 18 April 2008)
  31. Ettlingen, Germany: St Martinskirche: ceiling (1988, Emil Wachter) (80 kb, 27 April 2005)
  32. Ettlingen, Germany: St Martinskirche: façade (1733) (74 kb, 27 April 2005)
  33. Ettlingen, Germany: St Martinskirche: inlaid stone (1732) (89 kb, 27 April 2005)
  34. Ettlingen, Germany: St Martinskirche: view (1733) (67 kb, 18 April 2008)
  35. Ettlingen, Germany: St Martinskirche: wood crucifixion (33 kb, 17 April 2008)
  36. Heidelberg, Germany: 12 Rohrbacher Straße: window decoration (80 kb, 5 May 2010)
  37. Heidelberg, Germany: 126 Hauptstraße: female column decoration (69 kb, 5 May 2010)
  38. Heidelberg, Germany: 137 Hauptstraße: Madonna and Child (c 1720, original in museum since 1983) (72 kb, 8 May 2010)
  39. Heidelberg, Germany: 2 Richard Hauser Platz: façade (73 kb, 5 May 2010)
  40. Heidelberg, Germany: 2 Schulgaße: holy figure killing ogre (92 kb, 8 May 2010)
  41. Heidelberg, Germany: 2 Theaterstraße: door (75 kb, 5 May 2010)
  42. Heidelberg, Germany: 30 Rohrbacher Straße: ogre head (70 kb, 7 May 2010)
  43. Heidelberg, Germany: 4 Adenauerplatz: façade (69 kb, 5 May 2010)
  44. Heidelberg, Germany: 44 Hauptstraße: window (1901) (83 kb, 5 May 2010)
  45. Heidelberg, Germany: 8 Lauerstraße: angel on old column support (61 kb, 7 May 2010)
  46. Heidelberg, Germany: 86 Hauptstraße: decoration, bottom of window (63 kb, 5 May 2010)
  47. Heidelberg, Germany: Alte Universität (Domus Wilhelmiana): door (1712-1735, architect Johann Adam Breunig) (66 kb, 8 May 2010)
  48. Heidelberg, Germany: Bismarckplatz: Spaghettisäule (Spaghetti Pillar) (1985, sculptors Martin Matschinsky and Brigitte Matschinsky-Denninghoff) (100 kb, 8 May 2010)
  49. Heidelberg, Germany: Corps Suevia, Klingenteichstraße: view (1911, architects Rudolf Tilessen, Peter Count) (99 kb, 5 May 2010)
  50. Heidelberg, Germany: EMBL, Casino: view (2010, architect Bernhardt + Partner) (62 kb, 5 May 2010)
  51. Heidelberg, Germany: EMBL, The Advanced Training Centre: double helix ramp (2010, architect Bernhardt + Partner) (95 kb, 5 May 2010)
  52. Heidelberg, Germany: EMBL, The Advanced Training Centre: view (2010, architect Bernhardt + Partner) (65 kb, 5 May 2010)
  53. Heidelberg, Germany: EMBL, The Advanced Training Centre: yellow chairs (2010, architect Bernhardt + Partner) (52 kb, 5 May 2010)
  54. Heidelberg, Germany: EMBL: Life-Helix, 1992, Thomas Blank (128 kb, 5 May 2010)
  55. Heidelberg, Germany: English Church: cross (early 1960s, artist Harry McLean) (60 kb, 8 May 2010)
  56. Heidelberg, Germany: English Church: door (early 1960s, artist Harry McLean) (56 kb, 8 May 2010)
  57. Heidelberg, Germany: Goldener Hecht, Steingaße: sign (91 kb, 8 May 2010)
  58. Heidelberg, Germany: Haus Dr. Flotte, Hauptstraße: Bishop of Mainz (74 kb, 8 May 2010)
  59. Heidelberg, Germany: Haus zum Ritter St. Georg, Hauptstraße: sign, George and the dragon (80 kb, 8 May 2010)
  60. Heidelberg, Germany: Haus zum Ritter St. Georg, Hauptstraße: view (1592) (79 kb, 8 May 2010)
  61. Heidelberg, Germany: Haus zum Ritter St. Georg, Hauptstraße: window (1592) (88 kb, 8 May 2010)
  62. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: And God said 'Let there be light', and there was light (1999-2001, artist Hella Santarossa) (59 kb, 8 May 2010)
  63. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: decoration over smaller south door (88 kb, 8 May 2010)
  64. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: He showed me the tree of life and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations (1999-2001, artist Hella Santarossa) (53 kb, 8 May 2010)
  65. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: Lamb and the Book with the Seven Seals (1965, artist Gottfried von Stockhausen) (83 kb, 8 May 2010)
  66. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: Lamb and the Book with the Seven Seals, bottom part (1965, artist Gottfried von Stockhausen) (114 kb, 8 May 2010)
  67. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: nave (78 kb, 8 May 2010)
  68. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: Physikfenster (Physics window) (1984, artist Johannes Schreiter) (46 kb, 8 May 2010)
  69. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: pulpit (18th century?) (75 kb, 8 May 2010)
  70. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: The Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters (1999-2001, artist Hella Santarossa) (59 kb, 8 May 2010)
  71. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: The Spirit of God over the chaos (1999-2001, artist Hella Santarossa) (43 kb, 8 May 2010)
  72. Heidelberg, Germany: Heiliggeistkirche: The Spirit of the Lord fills the world (1999-2001, artist Hella Santarossa) (51 kb, 8 May 2010)
  73. Heidelberg, Germany: Hotel Perkeo, Hauptstraße: man drinking (67 kb, 8 May 2010)
  74. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: holy man (façade 1749-1759, Franz Wilhelm Rabliatti) (75 kb, 8 May 2010)
  75. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: holy man (façade 1749-1759, Franz Wilhelm Rabliatti) (77 kb, 8 May 2010)
  76. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: Jesus bound, pulpit detail (58 kb, 8 May 2010)
  77. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: nave (1711-1723, architect Johann Adam Breunig) (64 kb, 8 May 2010)
  78. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: organ (2009, Kuhn) (62 kb, 8 May 2010)
  79. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: pulpit (56 kb, 8 May 2010)
  80. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: St. Ambrosius (44 kb, 8 May 2010)
  81. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: St. Antonius (45 kb, 8 May 2010)
  82. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: St. Augustinus (41 kb, 8 May 2010)
  83. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: St. Hubertus (52 kb, 8 May 2010)
  84. Heidelberg, Germany: Jesuitenkirche: view (1711-1723, architect Johann Adam Breunig) (75 kb, 5 May 2010)
  85. Heidelberg, Germany: Karl Theodor Brücke: Brückentor (Bridge Gate) (medieval but modified, 1786-1788, Mathias Mayer) (65 kb, 8 May 2010)
  86. Heidelberg, Germany: Karl Theodor Brücke: monument to Minerva (Athena): Piety and Justice (1788, sculptor Franz Conrad Linck) (76 kb, 8 May 2010)
  87. Heidelberg, Germany: Karlsplatz: Sebastian Münster Brunnen (fountain) (1978, sculptor Michael Schoenholtz) (91 kb, 8 May 2010)
  88. Heidelberg, Germany: Kornmarkt: Madonna (1718, Peter van den Branden) (93 kb, 8 May 2010)
  89. Heidelberg, Germany: Marktplatz: Hercules Brunnen (fountain), detail (1703-1706) (101 kb, 8 May 2010)
  90. Heidelberg, Germany: Medersches Haus, Hauptstraße: Madonna and Child (house is 1721, architect Johann Adam Breunig) (74 kb, 7 May 2010)
  91. Heidelberg, Germany: Neckarstaden: Brückenaffe (Bridge Monkey) (1979, sculptor Gernot Rumpf) (74 kb, 8 May 2010)
  92. Heidelberg, Germany: Neckarstaden: mice (1979, sculptor Gernot Rumpf) (70 kb, 8 May 2010)
  93. Heidelberg, Germany: Peter Meysen, Glasmalerei, Sandgaße: sign (80 kb, 8 May 2010)
  94. Heidelberg, Germany: Peterskirche: door (1864-1870, architects Ludwig-Marperger Franck, Hermann Behaghel) (73 kb, 5 May 2010)
  95. Heidelberg, Germany: Peterskirche: Meeting (Begegnung) (2006, artist Johannes Schreiter) (51 kb, 5 May 2010)
  96. Heidelberg, Germany: Peterskirche: Peace (Frieden) (2006, artist Johannes Schreiter) (33 kb, 5 May 2010)
  97. Heidelberg, Germany: Peterskirche: Persecution (Verfolgung) (2006, artist Johannes Schreiter) (50 kb, 5 May 2010)
  98. Heidelberg, Germany: Peterskirche: Resurrection (Auferstehung) (2006, artist Johannes Schreiter) (45 kb, 5 May 2010)
  99. Heidelberg, Germany: Philosophenweg: Joseph von Eichendorff memorial (84 kb, 8 May 2010)
  100. Heidelberg, Germany: Print Media Academy, Kurfürsten-Anlage: S-Printing Horse (1998 - 2000, sculptor Jürgen Goertz) (77 kb, 8 May 2010)
  101. Heidelberg, Germany: Providenzkirche: Ascension of Christ (1854) (90 kb, 8 May 2010)
  102. Heidelberg, Germany: Providenzkirche: monument to Eleonora Charlotte of Bettendorf (1746) (70 kb, 8 May 2010)
  103. Heidelberg, Germany: Providenzkirche: organ (1885, Matthias Burkard) (94 kb, 8 May 2010)
  104. Heidelberg, Germany: St. Anna Kirche: altar (61 kb, 8 May 2010)
  105. Heidelberg, Germany: Steingaße: memorial for the persecution of the Sinti (83 kb, 8 May 2010)
  106. Heidelberg, Germany: Theaterstraße: window decoration (84 kb, 5 May 2010)
  107. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Friedrichsbau: reclining female (1907-1908, sculptor Hermann Volz) (129 kb, 5 May 2010)
  108. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Friedrichsbau: reclining male (1907-1908, sculptor Hermann Volz) (135 kb, 5 May 2010)
  109. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: door (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (88 kb, 5 May 2010)
  110. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: façade (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (95 kb, 5 May 2010)
  111. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: façade (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (64 kb, 8 May 2010)
  112. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: female head (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (81 kb, 8 May 2010)
  113. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: female sculpture at right of door (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (65 kb, 5 May 2010)
  114. Heidelberg, Germany: Universität Heidelberg, Universitätsbibliothek: male sculpture at left of door (Hercules?) (1901-1905, architect Josef Durm) (77 kb, 5 May 2010)
  115. Heidelberg, Germany: Universitätsplatz: Löwenbrunnen (Lion fountain), lion (69 kb, 8 May 2010)
  116. Heidelberg, Germany: Wormser Hof (English House): entrance (1610) (59 kb, 5 May 2010)
  117. Heidelberg, Germany: Wormser Hof (English House): window (c 1400) (64 kb, 5 May 2010)
  118. Heidelberg, Germany: X-House, Mittermaierstraße: view (71 kb, 8 May 2010)
  119. Joachimsthal, Germany: autumn woods (174 kb, 21 October 2010)
  120. Joachimsthal, Germany: bbw Kommunikationszentrum (Conference Center Hubertusstock): view (1997-1998, ELW Weitz und Partner) (134 kb, 27 October 2008)
  121. Joachimsthal, Germany: bbw Kommunikationszentrum (Jagdschloss Hubertusstock): villa (one of four built in 1980s for Erich Honecker and his guests) (121 kb, 27 October 2008)
  122. Joachimsthal, Germany: bike path, autumn (172 kb, 28 October 2008)
  123. Joachimsthal, Germany: dirt road through pine trees (121 kb, 21 October 2010)
  124. Joachimsthal, Germany: dirt road through woods (157 kb, 21 October 2010)
  125. Münster, Germany: Achtermannstraße: 500 Jahre Kolonialisierung und Widerstand (1992, Saúl Gutierrez) (85 kb, 21 September 2010)
  126. Münster, Germany: Achtermannstraße: detail, 500 Jahre Kolonialisierung und Widerstand (1992, Saúl Gutierrez) (94 kb, 21 September 2010)
  127. Münster, Germany: Alter Steinweg, Krameramtshaus: relief over door (1953) (74 kb, 18 September 2010)
  128. Münster, Germany: Antoniuskirche: pediment (95 kb, 21 September 2010)
  129. Münster, Germany: Apostelkirche: pulpit (57 kb, 21 September 2010)
  130. Münster, Germany: Apostelkirche: rose window (1999, designed by Hubert Spierling, made by Glasmalerei Oidtmann) (65 kb, 21 September 2010)
  131. Münster, Germany: Apostelkirche: triptych, Crucifixion (51 kb, 21 September 2010)
  132. Münster, Germany: Bergstraße 54: relief of storks (?) over door (1960) (105 kb, 21 September 2010)
  133. Münster, Germany: Bismarckallee, HWK (Handwerkskammer): wall relief, workers (80 kb, 21 September 2010)
  134. Münster, Germany: Botanischer Garten: Giant Pelican Flower (Aristolochia gigantea), with fruit (110 kb, 21 September 2010)
  135. Münster, Germany: Botanischer Garten: Northern Japanese Magnolia (Magnolia kobus), fruit (31 kb, 21 September 2010)
  136. Münster, Germany: Botanischer Garten: Pineapple (Ananas comosus) (64 kb, 21 September 2010)
  137. Münster, Germany: Cafe Pohlmeyers Holzofen: sign (67 kb, 18 September 2010)
  138. Münster, Germany: City Library (Stadtbucherei): figure detail, Superwoman (1993, Tom Otterness) (53 kb, 19 September 2010)
  139. Münster, Germany: City Library (Stadtbucherei): figure detail, Superwoman (1993, Tom Otterness) (58 kb, 19 September 2010)
  140. Münster, Germany: City Library (Stadtbucherei): main entrance (1993, Bolles-Wilson and Partner) (50 kb, 19 September 2010)
  141. Münster, Germany: City Library (Stadtbucherei): Superwoman (1993, Tom Otterness) (81 kb, 19 September 2010)
  142. Münster, Germany: Clemenskirche: decoration over altar (1745-1753, architect Johann Conrad Schlaun) (86 kb, 21 September 2010)
  143. Münster, Germany: Clemenskirche: dome, Apotheosis (1745-1753, architect Johann Conrad Schlaun) (88 kb, 19 September 2010)
  144. Münster, Germany: Clemenskirche: interior (1745-1753, architect Johann Conrad Schlaun) (93 kb, 21 September 2010)
  145. Münster, Germany: Clemenskirche: pulpit (1745-1753, architect Johann Conrad Schlaun) (79 kb, 21 September 2010)
  146. Münster, Germany: Domplatz 23: decoration over window (79 kb, 21 September 2010)
  147. Münster, Germany: Domplatz 6-7: relief, probably symbolising destruction of town in WWII and rebirth (1956) (88 kb, 21 September 2010)
  148. Münster, Germany: Domplatz, Bezirksregierung Münster: view (2006, Kresing Architekten) (61 kb, 21 September 2010)
  149. Münster, Germany: Domplatz, Landesmuseum: column decoration (84 kb, 21 September 2010)
  150. Münster, Germany: Domplatz, St Michael's Fountain (St Michael Brunnen): St Michael and the Dragon (1962, Wilhelm Heiner) (83 kb, 19 September 2010)
  151. Münster, Germany: Harsewinkelplatz: Cherry Pillar (1987, Thomas Schütte) (116 kb, 19 September 2010)
  152. Münster, Germany: Himmelreichallee, LBS Westdeutsche Landesbausparkasse: Air Duct Sculpture (1972-1975, Friedrich Gräsel) (59 kb, 21 September 2010)
  153. Münster, Germany: Himmelreichallee, LBS Westdeutsche Landesbausparkasse: Die Taten des Herkules (Labours of Hercules) (1973?, Bernhard Kleinhans) (161 kb, 21 September 2010)
  154. Münster, Germany: Himmelreichallee, LBS Westdeutsche Landesbausparkasse: view (1969-1975, Harald Deilmann) (60 kb, 21 September 2010)
  155. Münster, Germany: Historisches Rathaus: Den Opfern, Der Kriege und Der Gewalt (Sacrifice, War and Force) (1950s, probably by Heinrich Benteler, the architect of the rebuilt Rathaus) (115 kb, 19 September 2010)
  156. Münster, Germany: Klosterstraße 91: lion sculpture at entrance (72 kb, 21 September 2010)
  157. Münster, Germany: Klosterstraße, Raphaelsklinik: relief on pediment, Madonna (1959, Heinrich Kirchner) (48 kb, 21 September 2010)
  158. Münster, Germany: Klosterstraße, Synagogue: entrance (1961) (81 kb, 21 September 2010)
  159. Münster, Germany: Königsstraße 20: gate (1957) (87 kb, 19 September 2010)
  160. Münster, Germany: Königsstraße: leaves painted on utility box (83 kb, 19 September 2010)
  161. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: Crucifixion (1975, Valentin Peter Feuerstein) (100 kb, 19 September 2010)
  162. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: detail, monument to Ehepares Hausmann (1626, workshop of Gerhard Gröninger) (91 kb, 21 September 2010)
  163. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: Faith (1975, Valentin Peter Feuerstein) (95 kb, 19 September 2010)
  164. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: font (c 1720, Johann Wilhelm Gröninger) (55 kb, 21 September 2010)
  165. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: Mary and Jesus (west entrance) (65 kb, 19 September 2010)
  166. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: Memorial to Abbess Elisabeth von Holte (c 1603) (65 kb, 21 September 2010)
  167. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: Memorial to Abbess Elisabeth von Holte (c 1603) (copy) (89 kb, 19 September 2010)
  168. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: monument to Ehepares Hausmann (1626, workshop of Gerhard Gröninger) (67 kb, 21 September 2010)
  169. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: Resurrection (1975, Valentin Peter Feuerstein) (89 kb, 19 September 2010)
  170. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: Second Coming of Christ (1975, Valentin Peter Feuerstein) (77 kb, 19 September 2010)
  171. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: three apostles (west entrance) (80 kb, 19 September 2010)
  172. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: Water of Life (Baptism) (1975, Valentin Peter Feuerstein) (100 kb, 19 September 2010)
  173. Münster, Germany: Liebfrauen-Überwasser: west entrance (87 kb, 19 September 2010)
  174. Münster, Germany: Ludgeristraße, Café Pohlmeyers Holzofen: sign with lions (75 kb, 19 September 2010)
  175. Münster, Germany: Maria-Euthymia-Platz: Der Aufstieg (Ascension) (1929, Otto Freundlich) (96 kb, 19 September 2010)
  176. Münster, Germany: Münster Arkaden: interior (2002-2006, Kleihues + Kleihues) (82 kb, 19 September 2010)
  177. Münster, Germany: Münster Arkaden: Unsettling the Fragments (2007, Martha Rosler) (originally from air transport command of German armed forces, 1935, swastika removed after war) (56 kb, 19 September 2010)
  178. Münster, Germany: Münzstraße: poppy painted on utility box (88 kb, 19 September 2010)
  179. Münster, Germany: Neubrückenstraße, Stadttheater: view (1954-1956, architects Harald Deilmann, Max von Hausen, Ortwin Rave, Werner Ruhnau) (78 kb, 21 September 2010)
  180. Münster, Germany: Parkhaus Engelenschanze: view (2006, designed by Petry - Wittfoht Freier Architekten, now wittfoht architekten) (89 kb, 18 September 2010)
  181. Münster, Germany: Platz-des-Westfälischen-Friedens: Toleranz durch Dialog (Tolerance by Dialogue) (1993, Eduardo Chillida) (83 kb, 19 September 2010)
  182. Münster, Germany: Prinzipalmarkt 22: sign with clown (59 kb, 19 September 2010)
  183. Münster, Germany: Prinzipalmarkt 22: wall relief between floors (75 kb, 21 September 2010)
  184. Münster, Germany: Prinzipalmarkt, Café Kleimann: façade (84 kb, 19 September 2010)
  185. Münster, Germany: Prinzipalmarkt, Münsterischer Anzeiger: sign (86 kb, 19 September 2010)
  186. Münster, Germany: Prinzipalmarkt, Stuhlmacher: sign (94 kb, 19 September 2010)
  187. Münster, Germany: Promenade: view (157 kb, 19 September 2010)
  188. Münster, Germany: Promenade: WWI memorial, lion (101 kb, 21 September 2010)
  189. Münster, Germany: Promenade: WWI memorial, soldier (85 kb, 21 September 2010)
  190. Münster, Germany: Roggenmarkt 11: façade (94 kb, 21 September 2010)
  191. Münster, Germany: Roggenmarkt 11: man sculpture at entrance (70 kb, 21 September 2010)
  192. Münster, Germany: Roggenmarkt 11: woman sculpture at entrance (67 kb, 21 September 2010)
  193. Münster, Germany: Roggenmarkt, Elephant Lounge: sign with elephant (61 kb, 19 September 2010)
  194. Münster, Germany: Salzstraße, Adler Apotheke: sign with eagle (85 kb, 19 September 2010)
  195. Münster, Germany: Salzstraße, Erbdrostenhof: gate (1753-1757, architect Johann Conrad Schlaun) (103 kb, 21 September 2010)
  196. Münster, Germany: Salzstraße, Erbdrostenhof: gate sculpture (1753-1757, architect Johann Conrad Schlaun) (98 kb, 19 September 2010)
  197. Münster, Germany: Salzstraße, Roland Schuhe: view (1993-1995, Kresing Architekten) (105 kb, 19 September 2010)
  198. Münster, Germany: Schloß: decoration over window (1767-1773, architect Johann Conrad Schlaun) (84 kb, 19 September 2010)
  199. Münster, Germany: Spiekerhof, Lazzaretti: view (104 kb, 21 September 2010)
  200. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: altar (85 kb, 21 September 2010)
  201. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: apse windows (1949-1950, Paul von der Forst and company Victor von der Forst) (150 kb, 21 September 2010)
  202. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: Ascension (1949-1950, Paul von der Forst and company Victor von der Forst) (102 kb, 21 September 2010)
  203. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: ceiling (70 kb, 21 September 2010)
  204. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: Christ on the Scourging Post (41 kb, 21 September 2010)
  205. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: Crucifixion (1949-1950, Paul von der Forst and company Victor von der Forst) (113 kb, 21 September 2010)
  206. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: evangelists and doctors of the church (west entrance) (82 kb, 19 September 2010)
  207. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: evangelists and doctors of the church (west entrance) (86 kb, 19 September 2010)
  208. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: interior (96 kb, 21 September 2010)
  209. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: mosaic, Christ the Good Shepherd (over west entrance) (98 kb, 19 September 2010)
  210. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: mosaic, Communion (over west entrance) (96 kb, 19 September 2010)
  211. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: pulpit (78 kb, 21 September 2010)
  212. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: pulpit stair rail (95 kb, 19 September 2010)
  213. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: Resurrection (1949-1950, Paul von der Forst and company Victor von der Forst) (97 kb, 21 September 2010)
  214. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: St Anne with Mary and Child Jesus (37 kb, 21 September 2010)
  215. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: Tree of Jesse (122 kb, 18 September 2010)
  216. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: triptych, scenes from life of Mary and Infancy of Christ (c 1500) (91 kb, 19 September 2010)
  217. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: tympanum, Birth of Christ (Bridal Portal) (87 kb, 19 September 2010)
  218. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: tympanum, Man of Sorrows (96 kb, 19 September 2010)
  219. Münster, Germany: St Lamberti: west entrance (102 kb, 19 September 2010)
  220. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: apse windows (1961, Prof. Vincenz Pieper) (82 kb, 21 September 2010)
  221. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: apse, with (late 15th century) triptych (from Tirol) (84 kb, 19 September 2010)
  222. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: choir seating (first half of 16th century) (68 kb, 19 September 2010)
  223. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: The Creation of Man (1961, Prof. Vincenz Pieper) (75 kb, 19 September 2010)
  224. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: The Last Judgment (1961, Prof. Vincenz Pieper) (71 kb, 19 September 2010)
  225. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: The Miracle of Whitsuntide (1961, Prof. Vincenz Pieper) (75 kb, 19 September 2010)
  226. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: tower (72 kb, 19 September 2010)
  227. Münster, Germany: St Ludgeri: tympanum (76 kb, 18 September 2010)
  228. Münster, Germany: St Martinikirche: door (1982-1986) (89 kb, 21 September 2010)
  229. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): apostles, Paradise Porch (1225-1235) (71 kb, 19 September 2010)
  230. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): Creation (?) (1985-1990, Georg Meistermann) (73 kb, 18 September 2010)
  231. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): Crucifixion (100 kb, 18 September 2010)
  232. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): Crucifixion (106 kb, 18 September 2010)
  233. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): Crucifixion, monument for Johann Wilhelm von Büren (died 1680, sculptor W. H. Kocks) (82 kb, 18 September 2010)
  234. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): cure of St Paul (after Damascus) (from Johann Wilhelm Gröninger's workshop) (53 kb, 19 September 2010)
  235. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): Daniel in den of lions (1985-1990, Georg Meistermann) (65 kb, 21 September 2010)
  236. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): smaller south door (82 kb, 21 September 2010)
  237. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): south entrance, Paradise Porch (67 kb, 19 September 2010)
  238. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): St Christopher with Christ Child on his shoulder (1627, Johann von Bocholt) (77 kb, 18 September 2010)
  239. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): St Paul (1961, Max Ingrand of Paris) (52 kb, 21 September 2010)
  240. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): St Paul, Paradise Porch (about 1540, Brabender workshop) (65 kb, 18 September 2010)
  241. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): St Stephen's altar with monument to Heidenreich von Letmathe (c 1630, sculptor Gerhard Gröninger) (104 kb, 18 September 2010)
  242. Münster, Germany: St Paul's Cathedral (St Paulus Dom): Three Hebrew children in fiery furnace (1985-1990, Georg Meistermann) (85 kb, 18 September 2010)
  243. Münster, Germany: St Servatii: choir windows (1943, Anton Wendling) (101 kb, 21 September 2010)
  244. Münster, Germany: Stadtturm: top of tower (63 kb, 19 September 2010)
  245. Münster, Germany: Stubbengaße: shops and hotel (2007-2009, architects Prof. Ernst Kasper and Matthias Fritzen) (71 kb, 19 September 2010)
  246. Münster, Germany: Stubbengaße: shops and hotel (2007-2009, architects Prof. Ernst Kasper and Matthias Fritzen) (67 kb, 19 September 2010)
  247. Münster, Germany: Tibusstraße: Albert Einstein, Annette von Droste-Hu:lshoff, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (lackaffen.de) (71 kb, 21 September 2010)
  248. Münster, Germany: Von-Steuben-Straße: Berliner Bär (artist, Arnold Schlick) (69 kb, 19 September 2010)
  249. Münster, Germany: Von-Vincke-Straße: garden scene on utility box (127 kb, 18 September 2010)
  250. Münster, Germany: Weseler Straße: climbing frame for kids (85 kb, 21 September 2010)
  251. Münster, Germany: Weseler Straße: WWI memorial (1964, Bernhard Graf von Plettenberg) (replaced memorial destroyed in WWII) (93 kb, 21 September 2010)
  252. Rastatt, Germany: Bahnhofstraße 35: façade detail (art deco, 1926) (60 kb, 18 April 2008)
  253. Rastatt, Germany: Kaiserstraße 36: lion decoration over window (78 kb, 18 April 2008)
  254. Rastatt, Germany: Kaiserstraße 36: top of façade (62 kb, 18 April 2008)
  255. Rastatt, Germany: Pagodenburg: balcony (1722) (61 kb, 18 April 2008)
  256. Rastatt, Germany: Pagodenburg: view (1722) (49 kb, 18 April 2008)
  257. Rastatt, Germany: Poststraße 12 (Braustüb'l): decoration over door (67 kb, 18 April 2008)
  258. Rastatt, Germany: Poststraße 12 (Braustüb'l): façade decoration (64 kb, 18 April 2008)
  259. Rastatt, Germany: Poststraße 12 (Braustüb'l): ironwork sign (83 kb, 18 April 2008)
  260. Rastatt, Germany: Rathaus (town hall): view (1721, after plans by Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer; extended 1903 and restored 1979) (62 kb, 18 April 2008)
  261. Rastatt, Germany: Schiffstraße, Hotel Schiff: ironwork sign (82 kb, 18 April 2008)
  262. Rastatt, Germany: Schloß (Castle): façade (baroque, 1700-1712, designed by Domenico Rossi) (73 kb, 18 April 2008)
  263. Rastatt, Germany: Schloß (Castle): façade detail (baroque, 1700-1712, designed by Domenico Rossi) (59 kb, 18 April 2008)
  264. Rastatt, Germany: Schloß (Castle): top of façade (baroque, 1700-1712, designed by Domenico Rossi) (71 kb, 18 April 2008)
  265. Rastatt, Germany: Schloßpark: umbrella fountain and accompanying sculpture (98 kb, 18 April 2008)
  266. Rastatt, Germany: water tower (wasserturm): view (47.3m high) (1901, architect F. Ratzel) (42 kb, 18 April 2008)

Rome:

  1. Rome, Italy: Arco di Settimio Severo (Triumphal Arch of Settimio Severo): view from east (built 203 AD) (92 kb, 17 December 2006)
  2. Rome, Italy: Arco di Trionfo di Constantio (Arch of Constantine): middle panel, east arch, north side (medallions with hunting scenes) (monument built 315 AD) (94 kb, 17 December 2006)
  3. Rome, Italy: Arco di Trionfo di Constantio (Arch of Constantine): middle panel, east arch, south side (medallions with hunting scenes) (monument built 315 AD) (90 kb, 17 December 2006)
  4. Rome, Italy: Arco di Trionfo di Constantio (Arch of Constantine): middle panel, west arch, north side (medallions with hunting scenes) (monument built 315 AD) (89 kb, 17 December 2006)
  5. Rome, Italy: Arco di Trionfo di Constantio (Arch of Constantine): middle panel, west arch, south side (medallions with hunting scenes, frieze below depicts campaign against Maxentius) (monument built 315 AD) (86 kb, 17 December 2006)
  6. Rome, Italy: Arco di Trionfo di Constantio (Arch of Constantine): view from northeast (monument built 315 AD) (104 kb, 17 December 2006)
  7. Rome, Italy: Arco di Trionfo di Constantio (Arch of Constantine): view from south (monument built 315 AD) (85 kb, 15 December 2006)
  8. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): Assumption of the Virgin, baptistry (sculptor Pietro Bernini) (83 kb, 17 December 2006)
  9. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): Baptistry, ceiling fresco (by Domenico Cresti called Il Passignano) (126 kb, 17 December 2006)
  10. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): Baptistry, ceiling fresco (by Domenico Cresti called Il Passignano) (105 kb, 17 December 2006)
  11. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): nave, wooden coffered ceiling (138 kb, 17 December 2006)
  12. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): Pauline Chapel, decoration above altar (105 kb, 17 December 2006)
  13. Rome, Italy: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (St Mary Major): Pauline Chapel, statue of Pius XII (78 kb, 17 December 2006)
  14. Rome, Italy: Colonna Traiana (Trajan's Column): east side detail (erected in 113 AD, designed by Apollodorus of Damascus) (87 kb, 17 December 2006)
  15. Rome, Italy: Colonna Traiana (Trajan's Column): east side detail (erected in 113 AD, designed by Apollodorus of Damascus) (92 kb, 17 December 2006)
  16. Rome, Italy: Colonna Traiana (Trajan's Column): east side detail (erected in 113 AD, designed by Apollodorus of Damascus) (95 kb, 17 December 2006)
  17. Rome, Italy: Colonna Traiana (Trajan's Column): east side detail (erected in 113 AD, designed by Apollodorus of Damascus) (97 kb, 17 December 2006)
  18. Rome, Italy: Colonna Traiana (Trajan's Column): east side detail (erected in 113 AD, designed by Apollodorus of Damascus) (98 kb, 17 December 2006)
  19. Rome, Italy: Colosseo (Colosseum): exterior view (81 kb, 15 December 2006)
  20. Rome, Italy: Colosseo (Colosseum): interior view (122 kb, 17 December 2006)
  21. Rome, Italy: Colosseo (Colosseum): mosaic with hunting scene (2nd century AD, Rome, Praetorian Camp) (100 kb, 17 December 2006)
  22. Rome, Italy: Colosseo (Colosseum): urn (vase) with the Recovery of Patroclus (alabaster, 2nd century BC, from Volterra) (84 kb, 17 December 2006)
  23. Rome, Italy: corner of Borgo Angelico and Via di Porta Angelica: Madonna mosaic (94 kb, 16 December 2006)
  24. Rome, Italy: Curia, Via Sacra: marble floor (late 3rd century AD) (101 kb, 17 December 2006)
  25. Rome, Italy: Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain): central figure representing the Ocean (1732-1760s, Nicolà Salvi) (86 kb, 17 December 2006)
  26. Rome, Italy: Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain): overall view (1732-1760s, Nicolà Salvi) (94 kb, 17 December 2006)
  27. Rome, Italy: Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain): sea horse and triton emerging from water (1732-1760s, Nicolà Salvi) (85 kb, 17 December 2006)
  28. Rome, Italy: Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II: allegorical figure representing Adriatic Sea (1885-1911, monument by Giuseppe Sacconi) (103 kb, 17 December 2006)
  29. Rome, Italy: Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II: allegorical figure representing Tyrrhenian Sea (1885-1911, monument by Giuseppe Sacconi) (97 kb, 17 December 2006)
  30. Rome, Italy: Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II: gate at front (1885-1911, monument by Giuseppe Sacconi) (116 kb, 17 December 2006)
  31. Rome, Italy: Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II: winged lion (1885-1911, monument by Giuseppe Sacconi) (60 kb, 17 December 2006)
  32. Rome, Italy: Palatino: Domus Augustana, peristilium (peristyle) (98 kb, 17 December 2006)
  33. Rome, Italy: Palatino: Stadio (Stadium), view from north end (built during reign of Domitian, 81-96 AD) (95 kb, 17 December 2006)
  34. Rome, Italy: Palatino: wall sculpture of mythical winged creature (111 kb, 17 December 2006)
  35. Rome, Italy: Palazzo Senatorio: sculpture representing the Nile (from Constantine's bath on the Quirnal) (85 kb, 15 December 2006)
  36. Rome, Italy: Palazzo Senatorio: sculpture representing the Tiber (was the Tigris but tiger's head was replaced by wolf's head) (from Constantine's bath on the Quirnal) (77 kb, 15 December 2006)
  37. Rome, Italy: Pantheon: dome (dates from Hadrian, 117-138 AD) (63 kb, 15 December 2006)
  38. Rome, Italy: Piazza della Rotonda: sea creatures (fountain designed in 1578 by Giacomo Della Porta) (92 kb, 17 December 2006)
  39. Rome, Italy: Piazza della Rotonda: sea creatures (fountain designed in 1578 by Giacomo Della Porta) (83 kb, 17 December 2006)
  40. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Moro (Fountain of the Moor): central figure (fountain 16th century, sculpture 1653, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini) (78 kb, 17 December 2006)
  41. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Moro (Fountain of the Moor): sea creatures (fountain 16th century, sculpture 19th century) (69 kb, 17 December 2006)
  42. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Moro (Fountain of the Moor): triton (fountain 16th century, sculpture 19th century) (74 kb, 17 December 2006)
  43. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Nettuno (Fountain of Neptune): Neptune spearing octopus (sculpture 19th century) (78 kb, 17 December 2006)
  44. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Nettuno (Fountain of Neptune): sea creature (sculpture 19th century) (78 kb, 17 December 2006)
  45. Rome, Italy: Piazza Navona, Fontana del Nettuno (Fountain of Neptune): seahorse emerging from water (sculpture 19th century) (75 kb, 17 December 2006)
  46. Rome, Italy: Piazza Pio XII: glass telephone kiosk (79 kb, 16 December 2006)
  47. Rome, Italy: Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II: allegorical figures (opened 1911, bridge designed by Ennio De Rossi) (63 kb, 16 December 2006)
  48. Rome, Italy: Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II: allegorical figures (opened 1911, bridge designed by Ennio De Rossi) (49 kb, 16 December 2006)
  49. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: Glory of San Bernardino (central wall painting of Cappella di San Bernardino da Siena, painted by Pinturicchio in about 1485) (79 kb, 15 December 2006)
  50. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: marble floor (work of the Cosmati) (114 kb, 15 December 2006)
  51. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: wood pulpit detail (perhaps executed on basis of drawing by Gian Lorenzo Bernini) (85 kb, 15 December 2006)
  52. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: wood pulpit (perhaps executed on basis of drawing by Gian Lorenzo Bernini) (85 kb, 15 December 2006)
  53. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: wood-coffered ceiling (16th century) (132 kb, 15 December 2006)
  54. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria d'Aracoeli: wood-coffered ceiling (16th century) (147 kb, 15 December 2006)
  55. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria sopra Minerva: Annuciation with Saint Thomas of Aquino (Carafa Chapel altar, 1488-1492, Filippino Lippi) (88 kb, 15 December 2006)
  56. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria sopra Minerva: Chapel of Saint Dominic altar (1725, architect Filippo Raguzzini of Benevento, painting Our Lady entrusting an image of Saint Dominic by Paolo de Matteis of Salerno) (93 kb, 15 December 2006)
  57. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria sopra Minerva: marble elephant under obelisk in front of church (1667, probably designed by Giuseppe Paglia, sculpted by Ercole Ferrata) (called Minerva's Chick) (67 kb, 17 December 2006)
  58. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria sopra Minerva: monument detail (61 kb, 15 December 2006)
  59. Rome, Italy: Santa Maria sopra Minerva: tomb of Ottaviano Ubaldino (1700) (90 kb, 15 December 2006)
  60. Rome, Italy: Sant'Agnese in Agone: detail, martyrdom of Santa Emerenziana (1668-1709, Ercole Ferrata) (81 kb, 15 December 2006)
  61. Rome, Italy: Sant'Agnese in Agone: Sant'Agnese in the flames (1660, Ercole Ferrata) (56 kb, 15 December 2006)
  62. Rome, Italy: Sant'Ignazio: apse fresco (by Andrea Pozzo) (66 kb, 17 December 2006)
  63. Rome, Italy: Sant'Ignazio: ceiling trompe-l'oeil fresco (1684, Andrea Pozzo) (83 kb, 17 December 2006)
  64. Rome, Italy: Sant'Ignazio: funeral monument to Gregory XV and Cardinal Ludovico Ludovisi (1709-1717, Pierre Le Gros and Pierre Etienne Monnot) (102 kb, 17 December 2006)
  65. Rome, Italy: Sant'Ignazio: high altar (painting by Andrea Pozzo?) (97 kb, 17 December 2006)
  66. Rome, Italy: Tempio di Saturno (Temple of Saturn): view (columns date from 4th century) (with view of Santi Luca e Martina at left and Colonna di Foca at right) (77 kb, 15 December 2006)
  67. Rome, Italy: Via degli Staderari: fountain with books and stag's head decoration (74 kb, 17 December 2006)
  68. Rome, Italy: Via della Conciliazione: dragon fountain (65 kb, 16 December 2006)
  69. Rome, Italy: Via San Pio X: Great War (World War I) monument (99 kb, 16 December 2006)

Vatican City:

  1. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Altar of St Basil (St Basil Celebrating Mass in Presence of the Arian Emperor Valens) (1751 mosaic after 1745 painting by Pietro Subleyras) (98 kb, 16 December 2006)
  2. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Altar of St Jerome (Last Communion of St Jerome) (1744 mosaic after 1614 painting by Domenichino) (85 kb, 16 December 2006)
  3. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Altar of St Leo the Great (Chapel of the Column) (Meeting of St Leo the Great with Attila) (1653, Alessandro Algardi) (87 kb, 16 December 2006)
  4. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Altar of St Michael the Archangel (St Michael Defeating the Devil) (1757-1758 mosaic after 1642 painting by Guido Reni) (110 kb, 16 December 2006)
  5. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Altar of the Falsehood (Alter of the Lie) (1725-1727 mosaic after 1599-1604 painting by Cristoforo Roncalli) (85 kb, 16 December 2006)
  6. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Altar of the Navicella (1726 mosaic by Pietro Paolo Cristofari after 1628 painting by Giovanni Lanfranco) (94 kb, 16 December 2006)
  7. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Altar of the Sacred Heart (mosaic after 1923 painting by Muccioli) (104 kb, 16 December 2006)
  8. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Altar of the Transfiguration (1758-1767 mosaic after 1520 Raphael painting) (104 kb, 16 December 2006)
  9. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Alter of St Gregory the Great (mosaic by Alessandro Cocchi and Vincenzo Castellini after 1625 painting by Sacchi) (98 kb, 16 December 2006)
  10. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Baldacchino (Baldaquin) (bronze, 1624-1633, Gian Lorenzo Bernini) (94 kb, 16 December 2006)
  11. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Clement X monument, skull decoration (monument designer Mattia de' Rossi) (73 kb, 16 December 2006)
  12. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Clement XIII Monument, lion (1792, Antonio Canova) (71 kb, 16 December 2006)
  13. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Clement XIII Monument, Triumph of Religion (1792, Antonio Canova) (68 kb, 16 December 2006)
  14. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): column decoration of angels and Saint Alexander (69 kb, 16 December 2006)
  15. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): floor grill (1943) (101 kb, 16 December 2006)
  16. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Gregory XIII monument, dragon (1715-1723, Camillo Rusconi) (67 kb, 16 December 2006)
  17. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): holy water stoup, with angels (77 kb, 16 December 2006)
  18. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Innocent XII monument (1746, Filippo della Valle) (93 kb, 16 December 2006)
  19. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): lantern with base of ironwork (85 kb, 16 December 2006)
  20. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): mosaic of St Peter (over Porta Santa) (110 kb, 16 December 2006)
  21. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): porch ceiling decoration (99 kb, 16 December 2006)
  22. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): statue of Charlemagne (1725, Agostino Cornacchini) (81 kb, 16 December 2006)
  23. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): statue of St Paul (1838, Adamo Tadolini) (64 kb, 16 December 2006)
  24. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): Stuart Monument detail (1817-1819, Antonio Canova) (57 kb, 16 December 2006)
  25. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): The Martyrdom of Saint Peter (bronze door panel, 1445, Antonio Averulino, called Il Filarete) (108 kb, 16 December 2006)
  26. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): top of arch (136 kb, 16 December 2006)
  27. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): top of gate on porch (95 kb, 16 December 2006)
  28. Vatican City: Basilica di San Pietro (St Peter's Basilica): view from Piazza San Pietro (St Peter's Square) (various architects including Michelangelo, Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Carlo Maderno) (60 kb, 16 December 2006)
  29. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Battle of Ostia (1514-1517, school of Raphael) (Stanza dell'Incendio di Borgo, Room of the Borgo Fire) (73 kb, 16 December 2006)
  30. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Belvedere Apollo (2nd century Roman copy of 4th century BC bronze sculpture of artist from Attica) (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (41 kb, 16 December 2006)
  31. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: boxer Damozenos (1800, Antonio Canova) (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (54 kb, 16 December 2006)
  32. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: boxer Kreugas (1800, Antonio Canova) (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (54 kb, 16 December 2006)
  33. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (129 kb, 16 December 2006)
  34. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (135 kb, 16 December 2006)
  35. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (133 kb, 16 December 2006)
  36. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (129 kb, 16 December 2006)
  37. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (126 kb, 16 December 2006)
  38. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (92 kb, 16 December 2006)
  39. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (109 kb, 16 December 2006)
  40. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (124 kb, 16 December 2006)
  41. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (107 kb, 16 December 2006)
  42. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (104 kb, 16 December 2006)
  43. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (110 kb, 16 December 2006)
  44. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (18th century) (Galleria delle Carte Geografiche, Map Gallery) (121 kb, 16 December 2006)
  45. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Galleria degli Arazzi, Tapestry Gallery) (72 kb, 16 December 2006)
  46. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Galleria degli Arazzi, Tapestry Gallery) (73 kb, 16 December 2006)
  47. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Galleria degli Arazzi, Tapestry Gallery) (70 kb, 16 December 2006)
  48. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Galleria degli Arazzi, Tapestry Gallery) (74 kb, 16 December 2006)
  49. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Galleria degli Candelabri, Candelabra Gallery) (96 kb, 16 December 2006)
  50. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (mentions Pius VII) (near Sistine Chapel) (74 kb, 16 December 2006)
  51. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (near Sistine Chapel) (111 kb, 16 December 2006)
  52. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (near Sistine Chapel) (137 kb, 16 December 2006)
  53. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (near Sistine Chapel) (84 kb, 16 December 2006)
  54. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (near Sistine Hall) (105 kb, 16 December 2006)
  55. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (near Sistine Hall) (106 kb, 16 December 2006)
  56. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sala di Costantino, Hall of Constantine) (105 kb, 16 December 2006)
  57. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sala di Costantino, Hall of Constantine) (106 kb, 16 December 2006)
  58. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (102 kb, 16 December 2006)
  59. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (87 kb, 16 December 2006)
  60. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (111 kb, 16 December 2006)
  61. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (115 kb, 16 December 2006)
  62. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (121 kb, 16 December 2006)
  63. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (Sistine Hall) (113 kb, 16 December 2006)
  64. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling decoration (with Egyptian motif) (near Sistine Chapel) (108 kb, 16 December 2006)
  65. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling medallion (1514-1517) (Stanza dell'Incendio di Borgo, Room of the Borgo Fire) (101 kb, 16 December 2006)
  66. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling medallion (1514-1517) (Stanza dell'Incendio di Borgo, Room of the Borgo Fire) (100 kb, 16 December 2006)
  67. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling painting (Galleria degli Candelabri, Candelabra Gallery) (83 kb, 16 December 2006)
  68. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling painting (Galleria degli Candelabri, Candelabra Gallery) (105 kb, 16 December 2006)
  69. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling painting (Galleria degli Candelabri, Candelabra Gallery) (115 kb, 16 December 2006)
  70. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: ceiling painting (Galleria degli Candelabri, Candelabra Gallery) (81 kb, 16 December 2006)
  71. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: coffered ceiling (1780, designed by Simonetti) (Sala Rotonda, Round Room) (99 kb, 16 December 2006)
  72. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Coronation of Charlemagne (1514-1517, school of Raphael) (Stanza dell'Incendio di Borgo, Room of the Borgo Fire) (84 kb, 16 December 2006)
  73. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: detail, Constantina's sarcophagus (sculpted around 340 in Egypt for daughter of Constantine) (Sala a Croce Greca, Greek Cross Room) (87 kb, 16 December 2006)
  74. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Dispute on the Blessed Sacrament (1508-1511, Raphael) (Stanza della Segnatura, Stanza of the Signatura) (85 kb, 16 December 2006)
  75. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: dome modeled on Pantheon (near Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere) (55 kb, 16 December 2006)
  76. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Expulsion of Heliodorus from the Temple (1511-1514, Raphael) (Stanza of Heliodorus) (90 kb, 16 December 2006)
  77. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Fire in the Borgo (1514-1517, school of Raphael) (Stanza dell'Incendio di Borgo, Room of the Borgo Fire) (80 kb, 16 December 2006)
  78. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: frescoes relating stories of Apollo and the Muses (1782-1787, decorated by Tommaso Conca) (Sala delle Muse, Room of the Muses) (102 kb, 16 December 2006)
  79. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Ganymede with eagle (Roman version of statuary type of first Hellenistic era, from Quadraro estate on Via Labicana, 1780) (Chiaramonti Museum) (38 kb, 16 December 2006)
  80. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: giant pine cone (gilt bronze, originally a Roman fountain dating from 1st or 2nd century AD) (Cortile della Pigna, Courtyard of the Pine Cone) (71 kb, 16 December 2006)
  81. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: God Anumbis (from Anzio, Roman Imperial Period, 1st-2nd century AD) (Egyptian Museum) (54 kb, 16 December 2006)
  82. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Iustitia et Pax (Justice and Peace, 1940, Massimo Campigli) (entrance hall) (86 kb, 16 December 2006)
  83. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Last Supper, tapestry detail (from Episodes from the Passion, Tournai?, late 15th century) (Galleria di San Pio V, St Pius V Gallery) (104 kb, 16 December 2006)
  84. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: lion (Egyptian, Dynasty XXX, 4th century BC) (Egyptian Museum) (90 kb, 16 December 2006)
  85. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: lion, tapestry detail (from Justice, Faith, Charity, ornamental cover of throne of Clement VII, Brussels, around 1523-1534, workshop of Pieter van Aelst) (98 kb, 16 December 2006)
  86. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: lion, tapestry detail (from Justice, Faith, Charity, ornamental cover of throne of Clement VII, Brussels, around 1523-1534, workshop of Pieter van Aelst) (98 kb, 16 December 2006)
  87. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: lioness goddess Sekhmet enthroned (from Temple of Mut at Karnak, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII, reign of Amenofis III, 1390-1352 BC) (Egyptian Museum) (82 kb, 16 December 2006)
  88. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: marble sample table (Sistine Hall) (103 kb, 16 December 2006)
  89. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Meleager (1st century AD Roman copy of 4th century BC Greek original attributed to Skopas) (Sala degli Animali, Hall of Animals) (56 kb, 16 December 2006)
  90. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: mosaic table with ducks (Sistine Hall) (67 kb, 16 December 2006)
  91. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: mother and child stained glass window (106 kb, 16 December 2006)
  92. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: painted dome (near Sistine Chapel) (95 kb, 16 December 2006)
  93. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Persius with head of Medusa (1801, by Antonio Canova) (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (33 kb, 16 December 2006)
  94. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: reclining figure and sarcophagus with battle scene (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (80 kb, 16 December 2006)
  95. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: reclining statue of river Nile (from Rome, Roman Imperial Period, late 1st century AD) (Egyptian Museum) (67 kb, 16 December 2006)
  96. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Roman mosaic floor (Sala degli Animali, Hall of Animals) (176 kb, 16 December 2006)
  97. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: scenes from Genesis (1511-1514, Raphael) (Stanza of Heliodorus) (109 kb, 16 December 2006)
  98. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: School of Athens (1508-1511, Raphael) (Stanza della Segnatura, Stanza of the Signatura) (71 kb, 16 December 2006)
  99. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: St Leo the Great's Meeting with Attila in 452 (1511-1514, Raphael and assistants) (Stanza of Heliodorus) (87 kb, 16 December 2006)
  100. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: staircase ceiling (going from Egyptian Museum to Chiaramonti Museum) (79 kb, 16 December 2006)
  101. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: staircase ceiling (next to Sistine Chapel) (100 kb, 16 December 2006)
  102. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: staircase ceiling (next to Sistine Chapel) (111 kb, 16 December 2006)
  103. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Triumph of Christianity over Paganism (Tommaso Siciliano) (Sala di Costantino, Hall of Constantine) (99 kb, 16 December 2006)
  104. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: vase with classical landscape (68 kb, 16 December 2006)
  105. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: vase with red vine (signed Belet) (59 kb, 16 December 2006)
  106. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: Venus Felix (Roman version of a Venus by Praxiteles dating from mid-4th century BC, the face of this statue is a portrait of a 2nd century empress, either Faustina, the wife of Marcus Aurelius, or her daughter-in-law Crispina, wife of Commodus) (Cortile ottagonale del Belvedere, Octagonal Court of Belvedere) (43 kb, 16 December 2006)
  107. Vatican City: Vatican Museum: wood panel (Sala di Costantino, Hall of Constantine) (103 kb, 16 December 2006)

Japan:

  1. Himeji, Japan: castle: fish (carp, koi?) decoration at top of roof (64 kb, 12 July 2006)
  2. Himeji, Japan: castle: main building (62 kb, 12 July 2006)
  3. Himeji, Japan: decorated manhole cover (107 kb, 12 July 2006)
  4. Himeji, Japan: Kōko-en garden: lotus flower (37 kb, 12 July 2006)
  5. Kamakura, Japan: Daibutsu (Great Buddha): view (75 kb, 20 July 2006)
  6. Kamakura, Japan: Daibutsu (Great Buddha): view (95 kb, 20 July 2006)
  7. Kamakura, Japan: Hase-dera Temple: dozens of small Buddha statues (125 kb, 20 July 2006)
  8. Kamakura, Japan: Hase-dera Temple: Kannon-dou (93 kb, 20 July 2006)
  9. Kamakura, Japan: Hase-dera Temple: sculpture of a god (112 kb, 20 July 2006)
  10. Kamakura, Japan: Hase-dera Temple: sculpture of a god (97 kb, 20 July 2006)
  11. Kamakura, Japan: Hase-dera Temple: sculpture of a god (100 kb, 20 July 2006)
  12. Kamakura, Japan: Kenchō-ji Temple: hall beams and columns (86 kb, 20 July 2006)
  13. Kamakura, Japan: Kenchō-ji Temple: lantern detail (50 kb, 20 July 2006)
  14. Kamakura, Japan: Kenchō-ji Temple: open hall (80 kb, 20 July 2006)
  15. Kamakura, Japan: Tsurugaoka Hachiman-Gū Shrine: prayers and wishes (128 kb, 20 July 2006)
  16. Kamakura, Japan: Tsurugaoka Hachiman-Gū Shrine: sake containers (114 kb, 20 July 2006)
  17. Kyoto, Japan: Ginkaju-ji (Silver) Temple: Kannonden (105 kb, 15 July 2006)
  18. Kyoto, Japan: Gion Matsuri (Festival): couple in kimonos (87 kb, 16 July 2006)
  19. Kyoto, Japan: Gion Matsuri (Festival): octopus snacks (60 kb, 15 July 2006)
  20. Kyoto, Japan: Gion Matsuri (Festival): paper lanterns (76 kb, 15 July 2006)
  21. Kyoto, Japan: Gion Matsuri (Festival): women in kimonos at food stand (94 kb, 15 July 2006)
  22. Kyoto, Japan: Kinkaku-ji (Golden) Temple: view in rain (99 kb, 17 July 2006)
  23. Kyoto, Japan: Kinkaku-ji (Golden) Temple: waterfall (130 kb, 17 July 2006)
  24. Kyoto, Japan: Kiyomizu-Dera Temple: beam decoration (57 kb, 14 July 2006)
  25. Kyoto, Japan: Kiyomizu-Dera Temple: beam decoration (81 kb, 14 July 2006)
  26. Kyoto, Japan: Kiyomizu-Dera Temple: crane (67 kb, 14 July 2006)
  27. Kyoto, Japan: Kiyomizu-Dera Temple: gate (79 kb, 14 July 2006)
  28. Kyoto, Japan: Kiyomizu-Dera Temple: glass (paper??) lantern (61 kb, 14 July 2006)
  29. Kyoto, Japan: Kiyomizu-Dera Temple: sculpture of a god (72 kb, 14 July 2006)
  30. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto central railway station: interior (1997, architect Hiroshi Hara) (110 kb, 12 July 2006)
  31. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto Imperial Palace: man walking bicycle in rain (74 kb, 16 July 2006)
  32. Kyoto, Japan: Nijō-jō (Nijō) Castle: bell (114 kb, 17 July 2006)
  33. Kyoto, Japan: Nijō-jō (Nijō) Castle: gate decoration (76 kb, 17 July 2006)
  34. Kyoto, Japan: Shimogamo Shrine: gate at night (65 kb, 12 July 2006)
  35. Nara, Japan: deer begging for food (100 kb, 13 July 2006)
  36. Nara, Japan: guardian dog / lion (102 kb, 13 July 2006)
  37. Nara, Japan: Kasuga Taisha Shrine: gold lantern (61 kb, 13 July 2006)
  38. Nara, Japan: Kasuga Taisha Shrine: gold lanterns (70 kb, 13 July 2006)
  39. Nara, Japan: Kasuga Taisha Shrine: Nan-mon gate (91 kb, 13 July 2006)
  40. Nara, Japan: Kasuga Taisha Shrine: paper lantern (45 kb, 13 July 2006)
  41. Nara, Japan: Kasuga Taisha Shrine: prayers and wishes (102 kb, 13 July 2006)
  42. Nara, Japan: Kasuga Taisha Shrine: stone lanterns (134 kb, 13 July 2006)
  43. Nara, Japan: Kōfuku-ji Temple: Nan-endo (southern octagonal hall) (78 kb, 13 July 2006)
  44. Nara, Japan: Kōfuku-ji Temple: Tokondo (eastern golden hall) (68 kb, 13 July 2006)
  45. Nara, Japan: Nigatsu-dō Temple: copper (bronze?) lanterns (80 kb, 13 July 2006)
  46. Nara, Japan: Nigatsu-dō Temple: fountain for washing (with dragon) (110 kb, 13 July 2006)
  47. Nara, Japan: Nigatsu-dō Temple: lizard with blue tail (81 kb, 13 July 2006)
  48. Nara, Japan: Nigatsu-dō Temple: main building (87 kb, 13 July 2006)
  49. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Daibutsu (Great Budhha) (96 kb, 13 July 2006)
  50. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Daibutsu-den (Great Buddha Hall) (73 kb, 13 July 2006)
  51. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Kokuuzobosatsu (112 kb, 13 July 2006)
  52. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Koumokuten (80 kb, 13 July 2006)
  53. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Nandai-mon pagoda (82 kb, 13 July 2006)
  54. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Nandai-mon pagoda roof structure (98 kb, 13 July 2006)
  55. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Nyoirinkannon (102 kb, 13 July 2006)
  56. Nara, Japan: Tōdai-ji Temple: Tamonten (82 kb, 13 July 2006)
  57. Nikkō, Japan: Rinnō-ji Temple: dragon fountain (in rain) (100 kb, 21 July 2006)
  58. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Nio-mon Gate, warrior god (67 kb, 21 July 2006)
  59. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Nio-mon Gate, warrior god (67 kb, 21 July 2006)
  60. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Niten-mon Gate, God of Thunder (66 kb, 21 July 2006)
  61. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Niten-mon Gate, God of Wind (72 kb, 21 July 2006)
  62. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Niten-mon Gate, guardian dog / lion (71 kb, 21 July 2006)
  63. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: stone lantern (120 kb, 21 July 2006)
  64. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Yasha-mon Gate (Peony Gate) detail (115 kb, 21 July 2006)
  65. Nikkō, Japan: Taiyūin-byō Shrine: Yasha-mon Gate (Peony Gate), a god (67 kb, 21 July 2006)
  66. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: five-storied pagoda detail (105 kb, 21 July 2006)
  67. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: Shinkyūsha (Sacred Stable), three monkeys ('hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil') (87 kb, 21 July 2006)
  68. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: stone lanterns (135 kb, 21 July 2006)
  69. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: Yōmei-mon Gate (Gate of Sunlight), ancient warrior (89 kb, 21 July 2006)
  70. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: Yōmei-mon Gate (Gate of Sunlight), guardian dog / lion (76 kb, 21 July 2006)
  71. Nikkō, Japan: Tōshō-gū Shrine: Yōmei-mon Gate (Gate of Sunlight), guardian dogs / lions (76 kb, 21 July 2006)
  72. Osaka, Japan: Kansai International Airport: interior (1990-1994, architect Renzo Piano) (82 kb, 11 July 2006)
  73. Tokyo, Japan: Ginza Tanagokoro: thin building (76 kb, 18 July 2006)
  74. Tokyo, Japan: Japan Nursing Association: cone, at night (2002-2004, Kisho Kurokawa Architects & Associates) (87 kb, 19 July 2006)
  75. Tokyo, Japan: Mikimoto Ginza 2: view (2005, architect Toyo Ito & Associates) (54 kb, 18 July 2006)
  76. Tokyo, Japan: Prada Aoyama: view at night (2003, architects Herzog and de Meuron) (94 kb, 19 July 2006)
  77. Tokyo, Japan: Shibuya: crowd in the rain (98 kb, 18 July 2006)
  78. Tokyo, Japan: Shinjuku station (southern terrace): trees lit up (64 kb, 19 July 2006)
  79. Tokyo, Japan: Shinjuku: night lights, club advertisement (92 kb, 19 July 2006)
  80. Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo International Forum: information booth (1996, architect Rafael Vinoly) (69 kb, 18 July 2006)
  81. Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo International Forum: interior (1996, architect Rafael Vinoly) (96 kb, 18 July 2006)
  82. Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo International Forum: roof structure (1996, architect Rafael Vinoly) (119 kb, 18 July 2006)
  83. Yokohama, Japan: Chinatown (Chūkagai): gate (87 kb, 20 July 2006)
  84. Yokohama, Japan: Chinatown (Chūkagai): gate (131 kb, 20 July 2006)
  85. Yokohama, Japan: Kantei-byō Temple: gate (132 kb, 20 July 2006)
  86. Yokohama, Japan: Kantei-byō Temple: guardian dog / lion (74 kb, 20 July 2006)

Netherlands:

  1. Eindhoven, Netherlands: Eindhoven Airport: terminal building (2004-2005, architects NACO and KCAP) (61 kb, 27 March 2009)
  2. Leiden, Netherlands: 51 Lange Mare: decoration over door, a cow (63 kb, 21 October 2009)
  3. Leiden, Netherlands: De Vergulde Kruik (The Gilded Jug): decoration over door (68 kb, 21 October 2009)
  4. Leiden, Netherlands: Haarlemmerstraat: sculpture from the old town hall (Oude Stadhuis) (65 kb, 21 October 2009)
  5. Leiden, Netherlands: Hartebrugkerk: St Francis of Assisi (Sint-Franciscus) and a dog ('Wat Liefde Vermag') (1945) (75 kb, 21 October 2009)
  6. Leiden, Netherlands: Hartebrugkerk: WWII memorial over door (86 kb, 21 October 2009)
  7. Leiden, Netherlands: Hoogheemraadschap van Rijnland: view (1996-2000, architect Jan Brouwer Associates, XX Architecten) (79 kb, 21 October 2009)
  8. Leiden, Netherlands: Kort Galgewater, Stadtstimmerwerf (city carpenter's yard): door (1612) (85 kb, 21 October 2009)
  9. Leiden, Netherlands: Kort Galgewater, Stadtstimmerwerf (city carpenter's yard): view (1612) (81 kb, 21 October 2009)
  10. Leiden, Netherlands: Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC): Anna (1996?, sculptor Henk Visch) (69 kb, 21 October 2009)
  11. Leiden, Netherlands: Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC): entrance (2005, architect EGM architecten) (80 kb, 21 October 2009)
  12. Leiden, Netherlands: Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC): rear view (2005, architect EGM architecten) (93 kb, 21 October 2009)
  13. Leiden, Netherlands: Leiden Visitor Centre: relief (1963, architect M.P. Schutte) (81 kb, 21 October 2009)
  14. Leiden, Netherlands: Universiteit Leiden: Gorlaeus Laboratoria, cafeteria and lecture rooms (1971, architect Drexhage, Sterkenburg, Bodon and Venstra, DSBV) (60 kb, 21 October 2009)
  15. Leiden, Netherlands: Universiteit Leiden: Gorlaeus Laboratoria, seating (66 kb, 21 October 2009)
  16. Nijmegen, Netherlands: 52 Degrees (FiftyTwoDegrees, Neerbosscheweg): view (2005-2008, Mecanoo Architecten) (82 kb, 26 March 2009)
  17. Nijmegen, Netherlands: 52 Degrees (FiftyTwoDegrees, Neerbosscheweg): view (2005-2008, Mecanoo Architecten) (64 kb, 26 March 2009)
  18. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Achter de Smidstraat: Omgevingsvormgeving (1983, Christiaan Paul Damste/) (124 kb, 27 March 2009)
  19. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Belvedere (Hunnerpark): Stadswapen (relief over door, 1888 copy by Henry Leeuw sr. and Henry Leew jr. of 1646 original) (113 kb, 27 March 2009)
  20. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Belvedere (Hunnerpark): view (15th century, height increased in 1646) (85 kb, 27 March 2009)
  21. Nijmegen, Netherlands: BGH (Sint Annastraat 234): view (2002, Croonen Architecten) (69 kb, 27 March 2009)
  22. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Bibliotheek (Mariënburgplein): view (2000, Soeters Van Eldonk Ponec architekten) (100 kb, 26 March 2009)
  23. Nijmegen, Netherlands: De Waagh (Weigh House, Grote Markt 26): lion (86 kb, 26 March 2009)
  24. Nijmegen, Netherlands: De Waagh (Weigh House, Grote Markt 26): shield (113 kb, 26 March 2009)
  25. Nijmegen, Netherlands: De Waagh (Weigh House, Grote Markt 26): view (1612) (86 kb, 27 March 2009)
  26. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Dirkzwager (Van Schaeck Mathonsingel 4): view (1992, Meltzer Architecten and Architektenbureau Groothuis) (64 kb, 26 March 2009)
  27. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Doddendaal 20-124: Tronende madonna (throned madonna) (1950, Joop Goldenbeld) (82 kb, 27 March 2009)
  28. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Graafseweg 185d: door (2004, Dick Pouderoyen Architektuur) (81 kb, 26 March 2009)
  29. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Graafseweg (wall of bridge over railway line): fish, street art (2008, Pirates of the Waal, Doe Nix Anders) (110 kb, 26 March 2009)
  30. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Graafseweg (wall of bridge over railway line): shark, street art (2008, Pirates of the Waal, Doe Nix Anders) (107 kb, 26 March 2009)
  31. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Grote Markt: 'Mariken van Nieumeghen' (1956, sculptor Vera Tummers-van Hasselt) (93 kb, 26 March 2009)
  32. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Hertogplein: 'Schikgodinnen' (1974, sculptor Oscar Goedhart) (103 kb, 27 March 2009)
  33. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Hunnerstaete (Gerard Noodtstraat): view (1995-1996, architects Dick van Gameren, Bjarne Mastenbroek) (84 kb, 27 March 2009)
  34. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Hunnerstaete (Gerard Noodtstraat): view (1995-1996, architects Dick van Gameren, Bjarne Mastenbroek) (80 kb, 27 March 2009)
  35. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kastell Kiekeboe (Gerard Noodtstraat 125): school gate and fence (92 kb, 27 March 2009)
  36. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kerkboog (Grote Markt): vaulted passageway (1545, gable 1605) (77 kb, 26 March 2009)
  37. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kitty de Wijzeplaats: Joods monument (Memorial for the Jews) (1995, sculptor Paul de Swaaf) (100 kb, 27 March 2009)
  38. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kronenburg State (Kronenburgersingel 233-267A): 'Boom van Dicky' (1992, Dicky Brand) (78 kb, 26 March 2009)
  39. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kronenburg State (Kronenburgersingel 233-267A): view (1992, Hoogstad van Tilburg Architecten) (95 kb, 26 March 2009)
  40. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Kronenburgersingel 5-205: view (1976, architect Hendriks - Campman - Tennekes) (113 kb, 26 March 2009)
  41. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Latijnse School (Stedelijk Gymnasium, Sint Stevenskerkhof 2): entrance (1554-1555, architect Herman van Herengraves, restored 1975) (107 kb, 26 March 2009)
  42. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Latijnse School (Stedelijk Gymnasium, Sint Stevenskerkhof 2): ironwork decoration (1554-1555, architect Herman van Herengraves, restored 1975) (110 kb, 26 March 2009)
  43. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Latijnse School (Stedelijk Gymnasium, Sint Stevenskerkhof 2): view (1554-1555, architect Herman van Herengraves, restored 1975) (96 kb, 26 March 2009)
  44. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Latijnse School (Stedelijk Gymnasium, Sint Stevenskerkhof 2): windows (1554-1555, architect Herman van Herengraves, restored 1975) (119 kb, 26 March 2009)
  45. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Lux (Mariënburgplein): façade (2000, Soeters Van Eldonk architekten) (105 kb, 26 March 2009)
  46. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Lux (Mariënburgplein): view (2000, Soeters Van Eldonk architekten) (90 kb, 26 March 2009)
  47. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Lux (Mariënburgsestraat): reflection of tree in window (2000, Soeters Van Eldonk architekten) (115 kb, 27 March 2009)
  48. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Mariënburg 85: Symbool van Communicatie' (bottom half, 1972, Hendrik Meek) (109 kb, 26 March 2009)
  49. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Mariënburg 85: Symbool van Communicatie' top half, 1972, Hendrik Meek) (104 kb, 26 March 2009)
  50. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Marikenstraat: view of shops (2001, master plan by Soeters Van Eldonk Ponec architekten) (93 kb, 26 March 2009)
  51. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Moenenstraat: view of shops (2004) (98 kb, 26 March 2009)
  52. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Muntweg 404: door (1930) (110 kb, 26 March 2009)
  53. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Museum het Valkhof (Kelfkensbos): entrance area (1995-1999, UNStudio, Ben van Berkel) (with sculpture 'De Godenpijler', 'God Pillar', 2006, Ram Katzir) (88 kb, 26 March 2009)
  54. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Museum het Valkhof (Kelfkensbos): view (1995-1999, UNStudio, Ben van Berkel) (57 kb, 26 March 2009)
  55. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Nassau Staete (Burgemeester Hustinxstraat): view (1979, architect Dijkema en Croonen) (87 kb, 26 March 2009)
  56. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Nassau Staete (Burgemeester Hustinxstraat): view (1979, architect Dijkema en Croonen) (62 kb, 26 March 2009)
  57. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Nassausingel: 'Dame met stola' (1966, sculptor Pieter d'Hont) (114 kb, 26 March 2009)
  58. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Nederlandsche Bank (formerly) (Klein Mariënburg): 'Het Geldverkeer'' (the money changers) (1954, sculptor Charles Hammes; building architect Ir. H.T. Zwiers) (99 kb, 26 March 2009)
  59. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Openwigjkschool Wolfskuil (Floraweg): rabbit and cat and dog tile decoration (90 kb, 26 March 2009)
  60. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Petrus Canisiuskerk (Molenstraat 37): mother and child (1959, sculptor Jan Vaes; building architect J. Coumans, W. Van Deal and A. Siebers) (140 kb, 26 March 2009)
  61. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Petrus Canisiuskerk (Molenstraat 37): rose window (Wim van Woerkom??) (52 kb, 26 March 2009)
  62. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Plein 1944: Mercury (1951, sculptor Jac Maris) (95 kb, 26 March 2009)
  63. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Plein 1944: war memorial (1951, Jac Maris) (120 kb, 27 March 2009)
  64. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Politiebureau (Stieltjesstraat): view (1998, Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur) (74 kb, 26 March 2009)
  65. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Rabobank (Keizer Karelplein): view (1998, Croonen Architecten) (77 kb, 26 March 2009)
  66. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: Goudsmit Pavilion, ceiling (NMR facility, Heyendaalseweg) (2005 AGS Architecten) (72 kb, 27 March 2009)
  67. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: Goudsmit Pavilion, spiral staircase (NMR facility, Heyendaalseweg) (2005 AGS Architecten) (81 kb, 27 March 2009)
  68. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: Gymnasion (Heyendaalseweg 141) (2004, AGS Architecten) (81 kb, 27 March 2009)
  69. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: Huygensgebouw, FNWI (Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica) (Heyendaalseweg 135) (2007, AGS Architecten) (78 kb, 27 March 2009)
  70. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: Huygensgebouw, FNWI (Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica) (Heyendaalseweg 135) (2007, AGS Architecten) (91 kb, 27 March 2009)
  71. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: SSHN (short stay housing Nijmegen) Sterrenbosch (Platolaan 2-680) (2006, AGS Architecten) (78 kb, 27 March 2009)
  72. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen: SSHN (short stay housing Nijmegen) Sterrenbosch (Platolaan 2-680) (2006, AGS Architecten) (63 kb, 27 March 2009)
  73. Nijmegen, Netherlands: ROC Carolus (Campusbaan): view (2007, AGS Architekten) (45 kb, 26 March 2009)
  74. Nijmegen, Netherlands: ROC Carolus (Campusbaan): 'Washington Parade' (2009, Ralph Bonimbie and Ahmed Bah, after Jean Dubuffet) (79 kb, 26 March 2009)
  75. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Sint Stevenskerkhof: Afsluitpaal 'De Gehelmde Wachter' (bollard, 1977, sculptor Ben van Pinxteren) (85 kb, 27 March 2009)
  76. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Sint Stevenskerkhof: 'Het raadsel van Nijmegen' (1974, Oscar Goedhart) (88 kb, 27 March 2009)
  77. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Sint Stevenskerkhof: 'Moenen' (1968, sculptor Piet Killaars) (76 kb, 26 March 2009)
  78. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Sint-Jozefkerk (formerly; from March 2004, Titus Brandsma Gedachteniskerk) (Stijn Buysstraat 11): main entrance (painting, 1933, Willem Wiegmans; building, 1908-9, B.J.C. Claase) (100 kb, 26 March 2009)
  79. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stadhuis (Burchstraat 20): door (originally 1555, restored 1880, almost completely destroyed in WWII, rebuilt 1951-1954) (119 kb, 26 March 2009)
  80. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stadhuis (Burchstraat 20): Mariabeeld (Madonna and child) (1953, sculptor Albert Termote) (92 kb, 27 March 2009)
  81. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stadhuis (Burchstraat 20): view (originally 1555, restored 1880, almost completely destroyed in WWII, rebuilt 1951-1954) (99 kb, 26 March 2009)
  82. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stadsschouwburg Nijmegen (city theatre, Keizer Karelplein): bar area (1954-1961, architects Bernard Bijvoet and Gerard Holt) (54 kb, 26 March 2009)
  83. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stadswinkel (Mariënburg 75): view (1975) (102 kb, 26 March 2009)
  84. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stationsplein 13 (Metterswane): geometric design, street art (1994, Freek van Ginkel) (69 kb, 26 March 2009)
  85. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stieltjesstraat 2 (Belastingdienst): view of low-rise block (1990s?) (81 kb, 26 March 2009)
  86. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stieltjesstraat (Snelbinder): cycle path (77 kb, 26 March 2009)
  87. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stieltjesstraat: 'De blauwe diender' (blue policeman) (2000, sculptor Ronald Tolman) (90 kb, 26 March 2009)
  88. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Stikke Hezelstraat: sculpture (1978, Oscar Goedhart) (97 kb, 26 March 2009)
  89. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Tankstelle Auto Palace (gas station): view (Neuen Sachlichkeit style, 1936, architects B.J. Meerman and J. van der Pijll; gas station closed 1977; restored 1993 by Architektenbureau Koos van Lith) (45 kb, 26 March 2009)
  90. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Tankstelle Auto Palace (gas station): view (Neuen Sachlichkeit style, 1936, architects B.J. Meerman and J. van der Pijll; gas station closed 1977; restored 1993 by Architektenbureau Koos van Lith) (68 kb, 26 March 2009)
  91. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Titus Brandsmakapel (Kroonstraat 148): Moeder Gods (mother god) (1960, Jan van Eijk) (153 kb, 27 March 2009)
  92. Nijmegen, Netherlands: train station (Stationsplein): female relief (1953, sculptor Jo Uiterwaal) (86 kb, 26 March 2009)
  93. Nijmegen, Netherlands: train station (Stationsplein): male relief (1953, sculptor Jo Uiterwaal) (83 kb, 27 March 2009)
  94. Nijmegen, Netherlands: train station (Stationsplein): relief (1955, sculptor Charles Hammes) (67 kb, 26 March 2009)
  95. Nijmegen, Netherlands: train station (Stationsplein): three standing figures (1953, sculptor Jo Uiterwaal) (87 kb, 26 March 2009)
  96. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: anatomisch (anatomy) museum (Geert Grooteplein 21) (1992-2000, Croonen Architecten) (106 kb, 27 March 2009)
  97. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: Bouw Informatiecentrum (Geert Grooteplein 24) (2007, Storimans Wijffels Architecten) (65 kb, 27 March 2009)
  98. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: medical school (Geert Grooteplein 21) (1992-2000, Croonen Architecten) (134 kb, 27 March 2009)
  99. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: NCMLS, double helix staircase (Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences) (Geert Grooteplein 26-30) (2000, AHA) (92 kb, 27 March 2009)
  100. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: NCMLS, north side (Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences) (Geert Grooteplein 26-30) (2000, AHA) (69 kb, 27 March 2009)
  101. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: NCMLS, south side (Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences) (Geert Grooteplein 26-30) (2000, AHA) (86 kb, 27 March 2009)
  102. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: Study Centre / Auditorium St Radboud (Geert Grooteplein 15) (2000, AHA) (89 kb, 27 March 2009)
  103. Nijmegen, Netherlands: University Medical Centre St Radboud: Vliegende engelen (flying angels) (1964, sculptor Auke Hettema) (88 kb, 27 March 2009)
  104. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Van Schaeck Mathonsingel 12: De Barmhartige Samaritaan (good Samaritan) (1949, Pieter d'Hont) (75 kb, 27 March 2009)
  105. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Voerweg: Billennium monument (1987, sculptor Raf Verjans) (79 kb, 27 March 2009)
  106. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Vondelstraat / Arend Noorduijnstraat: 'De Kus' (The Kiss, c2006) (99 kb, 26 March 2009)
  107. Nijmegen, Netherlands: Waalkade 15: building with lots of glass (1995, architect H.C. Bruisten) (65 kb, 27 March 2009)
  108. Utrecht University, Netherlands: Educatorium, Levenlaan 19: view (1997, architect OMA / Rem Koolhaas) (79 kb, 28 February 2007)
  109. Utrecht University, Netherlands: Hugo R. Kruyt Building (Gebouw): tiled seating in reception area (1974) (64 kb, 28 February 2007)
  110. Utrecht University, Netherlands: Minnaert Building (Gebouw), Leuvenlaan 4: interior rainwater collection and cooling pool (1997, Neutelings Riedijk Architecten) (65 kb, 28 February 2007)
  111. Utrecht University, Netherlands: Minnaert Building (Gebouw), Leuvenlaan 4: view (1997, Neutelings Riedijk Architecten) (70 kb, 28 February 2007)
  112. Utrecht University, Netherlands: Nicolaas Bloembergen (NMR) Building (Gebouw), Padualaan 8: view (2000-2001, architect UNStudio / Ben van Berkel) (74 kb, 28 February 2007)
  113. Utrecht, Netherlands: Brigittenstraat 24 (Kniestedt Jacobs and Duijs): entrance (modified to current form in 1864) (68 kb, 28 February 2007)
  114. Utrecht, Netherlands: Bruntenhof 5 and 5A: entrance (1621) (61 kb, 28 February 2007)
  115. Utrecht, Netherlands: Kromme Nieuwegracht 43 (De Truttige Tuyl): window (18th century?) (76 kb, 28 February 2007)
  116. Utrecht, Netherlands: Maliebaan 16 (Andersson Elffers Felix): view from front (1897, architect S.J. de Rooy; converted and extended, 2000, Mecanoo Architecten) (99 kb, 28 February 2007)
  117. Utrecht, Netherlands: Schröder (Schroder) House, Prins Hendriklaan 50: view (1924, architect Gerrit Thomas Rietveld) (57 kb, 28 February 2007)
  118. Utrecht, Netherlands: Trans 21-41 (Sic Semper): floral tiles above window (1890, architect P.J. Houtzaters) (70 kb, 28 February 2007)

Poland:

  1. Białka Tatrzańska, Małopolska, Poland: wooden church (1700) (126 kb, 20 July 2005)
  2. Błędowski Desert, Poland: Six-spot Burnet (Zygaena filipendulae) (green black moth with red spots) (75 kb, 25 July 2005)
  3. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: basilica altar (121 kb, 12 July 2005)
  4. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: basilica ceiling (131 kb, 12 July 2005)
  5. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: basilica entrance façade (60 kb, 12 July 2005)
  6. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: baslica, Chapel of St Anthony of Padua, altar (18th c) (97 kb, 12 July 2005)
  7. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: Chapel of the Virgin ceiling (119 kb, 12 July 2005)
  8. Częstochowa, Poland: Jasna Góra: Chapel of the Virgin organ (1956) (125 kb, 12 July 2005)
  9. Dębno Podhalańskie, Małopolska, Poland: Archangel Michael's Church: wooden church (15th c) (96 kb, 20 July 2005)
  10. Gdańsk, Poland: Artus' Court (Dwór Artusa): façade (1616-1617, decorated by Abraham van den Blocke), with Neptune Fountain (1633, cast by Peter Husen) in foreground (86 kb, 16 July 2005)
  11. Gdańsk, Poland: Golden House (Złota Kamienica): façade (1618, designed by Abraham van den Blocke) (97 kb, 16 July 2005)
  12. Gdańsk, Poland: New Alderman House of the Bench (1567): door (1567) (113 kb, 16 July 2005)
  13. Gdańsk, Poland: St Bridget's Church: ceiling (97 kb, 16 July 2005)
  14. Gdańsk, Poland: St Mary's Church: angel playing trumpet (1760; Johann Heinrich Meissner) (57 kb, 16 July 2005)
  15. Gdańsk, Poland: St Mary's Church: clock (1460s; made by Hans Duringer) (87 kb, 16 July 2005)
  16. Gdańsk, Poland: ulica Długa: façade (85 kb, 16 July 2005)
  17. Gdańsk, Poland: ulica Korzenna: old town hall fireplace (95 kb, 16 July 2005)
  18. Grywald, Małopolska, Poland: St Martin's Church: wooden church (second half of 15th c) (100 kb, 20 July 2005)
  19. Harklowa, Małopolska, Poland: Church of Birth of Virgin Mary: ceiling (104 kb, 20 July 2005)
  20. Harklowa, Małopolska, Poland: Church of Birth of Virgin Mary: door (101 kb, 20 July 2005)
  21. Harklowa, Małopolska, Poland: Church of Birth of Virgin Mary: wooden church (second half of 15th c) (112 kb, 20 July 2005)
  22. Jurgów, Małopolska, Poland: Church of St Sebastian and Our Lady of the Rosary: interior (89 kb, 20 July 2005)
  23. Jurgów, Małopolska, Poland: Church of St Sebastian and Our Lady of the Rosary: wooden church (second half of 17th c) (108 kb, 20 July 2005)
  24. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Basilica of the Body of Christ: altar angel sculpture (95 kb, 24 July 2005)
  25. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Basilica of the Body of Christ: choir stall (127 kb, 24 July 2005)
  26. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: bulwar Czerwieński: Dżok (Jock) the Dog (2001, sculptor Bronisław Chromy) (91 kb, 24 July 2005)
  27. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of Christ Transfigured: ceiling (109 kb, 24 July 2005)
  28. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of Saints Peter and Paul: apostle (110 kb, 24 July 2005)
  29. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of Saints Peter and Paul: façade (80 kb, 24 July 2005)
  30. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of Saints Peter and Paul: façade detail (with two apostles) (104 kb, 22 July 2005)
  31. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of the Holy Cross: choir stall decoration (102 kb, 24 July 2005)
  32. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Church of the Holy Cross: pulpit detail (99 kb, 24 July 2005)
  33. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Cloth Hall (Sukiennice): column carving (86 kb, 22 July 2005)
  34. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Franciscan Church: ceiling (116 kb, 23 July 2005)
  35. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Franciscan Church: stained glass Father the God (1897-1902, Stanisław Wyspiański) (90 kb, 23 July 2005)
  36. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Instytut Marji: façade (92 kb, 24 July 2005)
  37. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Pauline Church on the Rock: altar sculpture (84 kb, 24 July 2005)
  38. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: plac Kossaka: World War II memorial (1992, sculptor Bronisław Chromy) (82 kb, 24 July 2005)
  39. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: plac Matejki: Battle of Grunwald monument detail (1910, restored 1976) (120 kb, 24 July 2005)
  40. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: plac Wolnica: wall sculpture commemorating arrival of Jews in Kraków (71 kb, 24 July 2005)
  41. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: St Mary's Church: chancel stall decoration (1635-1637, carved by Fabian Moller) (120 kb, 22 July 2005)
  42. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: St Mary's Church: Christ Crucified altar (Veit Stross, late 15th c) (113 kb, 22 July 2005)
  43. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: St Mary's Church: crucifixion and ceiling (142 kb, 22 July 2005)
  44. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: St Mary's Church: nave ceiling (120 kb, 22 July 2005)
  45. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: ulica Floriańska: Mother and Child (54 kb, 24 July 2005)
  46. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: ulica Skałeczna: Pauline Seminary (Seminarium Paulinów) (1934) (85 kb, 24 July 2005)
  47. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: ulica Św Jana 20: sculpture over door (72 kb, 24 July 2005)
  48. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Wawel Hill: cathedral ambulatory sculpture detail (67 kb, 23 July 2005)
  49. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Wawel Hill: fire-breathing dragon (1972, sculptor Bronisław Chromy) (50 kb, 22 July 2005)
  50. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Wawel Hill: inner courtyard fresco decoration (62 kb, 23 July 2005)
  51. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Wawel Hill: inner courtyard gallery and stairs (16th c, construction directed by Francesco Fiorentino, master Benedict and Bartolomeo Berecci) (69 kb, 23 July 2005)
  52. Kraków (Cracow), Poland: Wawel Hill: King Sigismund Chapel (98 kb, 22 July 2005)
  53. Krościenko n. Dunajcem, Małopolska, Poland: Church of Christ the Good Shepherd (46 kb, 20 July 2005)
  54. Łódź, Poland: aleja Kościuszki 12: door (76 kb, 18 July 2005)
  55. Łódź, Poland: aleja Kościuszki 83: façade (58 kb, 18 July 2005)
  56. Łódź, Poland: Juliusz Kindermann Villa (ulica Piotrkowska 137/139): façade mosaic (1907; architect Karl Seidl or Gustav Landau-Gutenteger; mosaic designed by Hans Schram, made by firm of Antonio Salviati) (66 kb, 19 July 2005)
  57. Łódź, Poland: Juliusz Kindermann Villa (ulica Piotrkowska 137/139): façade mosaic (1907; architect Karl Seidl or Gustav Landau-Gutenteger; mosaic designed by Hans Schram, made by firm of Antonio Salviati) (74 kb, 19 July 2005)
  58. Łódź, Poland: Krusche and Ender building (ulica Piotrkowska 143): balcony (1898, architect David Lande) (59 kb, 18 July 2005)
  59. Łódź, Poland: Leopold Kindermann Villa (ulica Wólczańska 31): entrance gate (1902-1903, architect Gustav Landau-Gutenteger) (91 kb, 18 July 2005)
  60. Łódź, Poland: Leopold Kindermann Villa (ulica Wólczańska 31): window (1902-1903, architect Gustav Landau-Gutenteger) (80 kb, 18 July 2005)
  61. Łódź, Poland: Leopold Kindermann Villa (ulica Wólczańska 31): window (1902-1903, architect Gustav Landau-Gutenteger) (87 kb, 19 July 2005)
  62. Łódź, Poland: Leopold Kindermann Villa (ulica Wólczańska 31): window (1902-1903, architect Gustav Landau-Gutenteger) (103 kb, 19 July 2005)
  63. Łódź, Poland: ulica Piotrkowska 149: sculpture over door (99 kb, 18 July 2005)
  64. Łódź, Poland: ulica Piotrkowska 234/236: sculpture over door (61 kb, 19 July 2005)
  65. Łódź, Poland: ulica Piotrkowska 53: sculpture over door (88 kb, 18 July 2005)
  66. Łódź, Poland: ulica Piotrkowska 90: sculpture over door (63 kb, 19 July 2005)
  67. Łódź, Poland: ulica Sienkiewicza 85/87: façade reflecting sky (65 kb, 18 July 2005)
  68. Malbork (Marienburg), Poland: castle: amber statue of Hermes (c 1600) (37 kb, 17 July 2005)
  69. Malbork (Marienburg), Poland: castle: God and Moses tapestry (85 kb, 17 July 2005)
  70. Malbork (Marienburg), Poland: castle: iron handrail (102 kb, 17 July 2005)
  71. Malbork (Marienburg), Poland: castle: view from across Nogat River (78 kb, 17 July 2005)
  72. Malbork (Marienburg), Poland: castle: view from east (89 kb, 18 July 2005)
  73. Ojców, Małopolska, Poland: Church of St Joseph the Worker: wooden church (1901) (91 kb, 25 July 2005)
  74. Słowiński National Park, Poland: Góra Łącka: sand dunes (97 kb, 15 July 2005)
  75. Słowiński National Park, Poland: Góra Łącka: trees in sand (79 kb, 15 July 2005)
  76. Stegna, Pomerania, Poland: brick church (16th-18th c) (85 kb, 17 July 2005)
  77. Toruń, Poland: Cathedral of Saints John the Baptist and John the Evangelist: door (111 kb, 13 July 2005)
  78. Toruń, Poland: House Under the Star: façade (1697) (111 kb, 13 July 2005)
  79. Toruń, Poland: Rynek (Market Square): bronze frog (fountain detail) (1914) (63 kb, 13 July 2005)
  80. Toruń, Poland: ulica Łazienna: decoration over door (56 kb, 14 July 2005)
  81. Toruń, Poland: ulica Piekary: old granary façade (92 kb, 13 July 2005)
  82. Wiśniowa, Małopolska, Poland: wooden church (94 kb, 20 July 2005)
  83. Zakopane, Poland: cheese stand (67 kb, 21 July 2005)
  84. Zakopane, Poland: Kasprowy Wierch: cable car (80 kb, 21 July 2005)
  85. Zakopane, Poland: Kasprowy Wierch: view of Krzesanica, Małołączniak, Giewont (etc.) (78 kb, 21 July 2005)
  86. Zakopane, Poland: old cemetery: wooden grave marker (100 kb, 22 July 2005)
  87. Zakopane, Poland: old cemetery: wooden grave marker (92 kb, 22 July 2005)
  88. Zakopane, Poland: roadside shrine (119 kb, 21 July 2005)
  89. Zakopane, Poland: St Clement's Church: wooden church (1847-1851) (98 kb, 22 July 2005)

Lisbon:

  1. Lisbon, Portugal: Avenida do Pacífico, Torre São Gabriel: view (2000, José Manuel Quintela da Fonseca) (86 kb, 29 September 2011)
  2. Lisbon, Portugal: Avenida Dom João II, Edifício Meridiano: office block (100 kb, 29 September 2011)
  3. Lisbon, Portugal: Avenida Dom João II, Torre São Rafael: view (2002-2004, José Manuel Quintela da Fonseca) (88 kb, 29 September 2011)
  4. Lisbon, Portugal: Avenida Fontes Pereira de Melo: alligator on side of building (115 kb, 30 September 2011)
  5. Lisbon, Portugal: Avenida Fontes Pereira de Melo: birds on side of building (114 kb, 30 September 2011)
  6. Lisbon, Portugal: Avenida Fontes Pereira de Melo: King Oil on side of building (105 kb, 30 September 2011)
  7. Lisbon, Portugal: Avenida Fontes Pereira de Melo: profile of man on side of building (113 kb, 30 September 2011)
  8. Lisbon, Portugal: Basílica dos Mártires (Basilica of Our Lady of the Martyrs): ceiling (artist Pedro Alexandro de Carvalho, assisted by José António Narciso) (119 kb, 29 September 2011)
  9. Lisbon, Portugal: Basílica dos Mártires (Basilica of Our Lady of the Martyrs): ceiling detail (artist Pedro Alexandro de Carvalho, assisted by José António Narciso) (117 kb, 29 September 2011)
  10. Lisbon, Portugal: Basílica dos Mártires (Basilica of Our Lady of the Martyrs): interior (1748, architect Manuel Reinaldo dos Santos) (100 kb, 29 September 2011)
  11. Lisbon, Portugal: Cais do Sodré: Hands (2004, sculptor J. Botehlo de Sousa) (72 kb, 29 September 2011)
  12. Lisbon, Portugal: Centro Comercial Vasco da Gama: view (97 kb, 29 September 2011)
  13. Lisbon, Portugal: Cinema Condes (now Hard Rock Cafe): relief on building (1950, but deco in spirit; architect Raul Tojal) (76 kb, 29 September 2011)
  14. Lisbon, Portugal: Convento de São Pedro de Alacântara: Stigmatisation of St Francis of Assisi (Estigmatizac_a~o de Sa~o Francisco de Assis) (115 kb, 29 September 2011)
  15. Lisbon, Portugal: Eden Teatro (now Orion Eden Hotel): central part of frieze at top (deco, 1931, architects Cassiano Branco and Carlo Florencio Dias) (53 kb, 29 September 2011)
  16. Lisbon, Portugal: Edifício ES Viagens: view (1998, Sua Kay Arquitectos) (73 kb, 29 September 2011)
  17. Lisbon, Portugal: Estação das Picoas: metro entrance (installed 1995, copy of Hector Guimard originals from Paris metro) (119 kb, 30 September 2011)
  18. Lisbon, Portugal: Estação de Caminhos de Ferro do Rossio (Estação Central): entrance to train station (1890, architect José Luís Monteiro) (89 kb, 29 September 2011)
  19. Lisbon, Portugal: Estação de metro Oriente (Oriente Station): blob (artist Yayoi Kusama) (96 kb, 29 September 2011)
  20. Lisbon, Portugal: Estação de metro Oriente (Oriente Station): cartoons (artist Antonio Segui) (130 kb, 29 September 2011)
  21. Lisbon, Portugal: Estação de metro Oriente (Oriente Station): fish (artist Abdoulaye Konaté) (98 kb, 29 September 2011)
  22. Lisbon, Portugal: Estação de metro Oriente (Oriente Station): shark (artist Abdoulaye Konaté) (89 kb, 29 September 2011)
  23. Lisbon, Portugal: Gare do Oriente (Oriente Station): bus stop (1998, Santiago Calatrava) (79 kb, 29 September 2011)
  24. Lisbon, Portugal: Gare do Oriente (Oriente Station): view (1998, Santiago Calatrava) (94 kb, 29 September 2011)
  25. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja da Encarnação (Church of the Incarnation): ceiling (artist Pedro Alexandrino) (103 kb, 29 September 2011)
  26. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja da Encarnação (Church of the Incarnation): ceiling detail (artist Pedro Alexandrino) (98 kb, 29 September 2011)
  27. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja da Encarnação (Church of the Incarnation): interior (1784, architect Manuel Caetano de Sousa) (100 kb, 29 September 2011)
  28. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Conceição Velha (Old Church of Our Lady of the Conception): ceiling detail (77 kb, 29 September 2011)
  29. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja de Santa Catarina (Church of St Catherine): ceiling detail (96 kb, 29 September 2011)
  30. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja de Santa Catarina (Church of St Catherine): ceiling detail (111 kb, 29 September 2011)
  31. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja de São Roque (Church of St Roch): interior (84 kb, 29 September 2011)
  32. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja do Loreto (Loreto Church): modern stained glass window (123 kb, 29 September 2011)
  33. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja do Loreto (Loreto Church): modern stained glass window (141 kb, 29 September 2011)
  34. Lisbon, Portugal: Igreja Paroquial de São Paulo (Church of Saint Paul): ceiling above altar (attributed to Jerónimo de Andrade) (102 kb, 29 September 2011)
  35. Lisbon, Portugal: Jardim Roque Gameiro, Cais do Sodré: Ao Leme (At the Helm) (1915, sculptor Francisco dos Santos) (119 kb, 29 September 2011)
  36. Lisbon, Portugal: Largo de São Carlos: Hommage a Pessoa (2008, Jean-Michel Folon) (73 kb, 29 September 2011)
  37. Lisbon, Portugal: Largo do Chiado: tram (109 kb, 29 September 2011)
  38. Lisbon, Portugal: Largo Trindade Coelho: tiled façade (Azulejo) (102 kb, 29 September 2011)
  39. Lisbon, Portugal: Mercado das Colecções (Mercado da Ribeira): tiles (130 kb, 29 September 2011)
  40. Lisbon, Portugal: Miradouro de São Pedro de Alacântara: memorial to Eduardo Coelho, detail (1904, sculptor António Augusto da Costa Motta, tio) (66 kb, 29 September 2011)
  41. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque das Nações, Edificio Mythos: view (ca. 2008-2010, Nuno Mateus and José Mateus, two Portuguese architects of ARX Portugal Arquitectos) (81 kb, 29 September 2011)
  42. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque das Nações, Feira Internacional de Lisboa: walkway (1998, Francisco Keil do Amaral and Alberto Cruz) (76 kb, 29 September 2011)
  43. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque das Nações, Pavilhão Atlântico: view (1998, Regino Cruz in association with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill) (65 kb, 29 September 2011)
  44. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque Eduardo VII, Pavilhão Carlos Lopes: Battle of Aljubarrota (1385) between the Portuguese and Castillian armies (Azulejo, 1922, artist Jorge Colaço) (137 kb, 30 September 2011)
  45. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque Eduardo VII, Pavilhão Carlos Lopes: Battle of Ourique (1139) (Azulejo, 1922, artist Jorge Colaço) (128 kb, 30 September 2011)
  46. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque Eduardo VII, Pavilhão Carlos Lopes: Cruzeiro do Sul (Southern Cross) (Azulejo, 1922, artist Jorge Colaço) (120 kb, 30 September 2011)
  47. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque Eduardo VII, Pavilhão Carlos Lopes: Henry the Navigator at the Sagres Promonory (Azulejo, 1922, artist Jorge Colaço) (127 kb, 30 September 2011)
  48. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque Eduardo VII: mother and child (sculptor António Duarte) (119 kb, 30 September 2011)
  49. Lisbon, Portugal: Parque Eduardo VII: woman riding a seahorse (1958, Euclides Vaz) (100 kb, 30 September 2011)
  50. Lisbon, Portugal: Passeio do Tejo, Esplanando: café (129 kb, 29 September 2011)
  51. Lisbon, Portugal: Ponte Vasco da Gama: view (1998, designer Armando Rito) (40 kb, 29 September 2011)
  52. Lisbon, Portugal: Praça Dom Pedro IV (Rossio): wavy pavement decoration (19th century) (121 kb, 29 September 2011)
  53. Lisbon, Portugal: Praça dos Restauradores: geometric pavement decoration (119 kb, 29 September 2011)
  54. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua Cais das Naus: apartment block (75 kb, 29 September 2011)
  55. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua Cais das Naus: five men (71 kb, 29 September 2011)
  56. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua Comandante Cousteau: apartment block (87 kb, 29 September 2011)
  57. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua Cruzes da Sé 15: blacksmith (1918) (98 kb, 29 September 2011)
  58. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua da Atalaia 109: company advert (104 kb, 29 September 2011)
  59. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua da Madalena: angel (73 kb, 29 September 2011)
  60. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua da Padaria 31: portrait of man (67 kb, 29 September 2011)
  61. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua do Pólo Norte, Optimus: mermaids (87 kb, 29 September 2011)
  62. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua do Pólo Norte, Optimus: view (110 kb, 29 September 2011)
  63. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua do Pólo Norte: office block (71 kb, 29 September 2011)
  64. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua do Pólo Norte: office block (80 kb, 29 September 2011)
  65. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua dos Bacalhoeiros: tiles (158 kb, 29 September 2011)
  66. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua Garrett: black and white pavement (116 kb, 29 September 2011)
  67. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua Garrett: decorated black and white pavement (128 kb, 29 September 2011)
  68. Lisbon, Portugal: Rua Garrett: Fernando Pessoa (1988, sculptor Lagoa Henriques) (106 kb, 29 September 2011)
  69. Lisbon, Portugal: Torre Vasco da Gama: view (tower 1998, Leonor Janeiro, Nick Jacobs and SOM; hotel 2012, Nuno Leónidas) (55 kb, 29 September 2011)
  70. Lisbon, Portugal: Travessa da Queimada 23: tiles (159 kb, 29 September 2011)
  71. Lisbon, Portugal: Travessa dos Inglesinhos: portrait of man (87 kb, 29 September 2011)

Other Portugal:

  1. Carcavelos, Portugal: Avenida Jorge V: not Smiley face (102 kb, 29 September 2011)
  2. Carcavelos, Portugal: beach: crashing wave (74 kb, 29 September 2011)
  3. Carcavelos, Portugal: beach: Help (88 kb, 28 September 2011)
  4. Carcavelos, Portugal: beach: patterns in water (64 kb, 30 September 2011)
  5. Carcavelos, Portugal: beach: rocks (121 kb, 30 September 2011)
  6. Carcavelos, Portugal: Hotel Praia Mar: black and white pavement (111 kb, 27 September 2011)

Spain:

  1. Barcelona, Spain: 23 Carrer de les Magdalenes: sunlight on wall (155 kb, 13 December 2003)
  2. Barcelona, Spain: Casa Batlló: façade (1904-1907, architect Antoni Gaudí) (104 kb, 13 December 2003)
  3. Barcelona, Spain: Casa Milà (La Pedrera): chimney pots (1906-1912, architect Antoni Gaudí) (46 kb, 13 December 2003)
  4. Barcelona, Spain: Casa Milà (La Pedrera): façade (1906-1912, architect Antoni Gaudí) (108 kb, 13 December 2003)
  5. Barcelona, Spain: La Sagrada Família: Jesus and Judas (1988, sculptor Josep M. Subirachs) (88 kb, 14 December 2003)
  6. Barcelona, Spain: La Sagrada Família: Passion façade (architect Antoni Gaudí) (95 kb, 14 December 2003)
  7. Barcelona, Spain: La Sagrada Família: Peter and Jesus (1988, sculptor Josep M. Subirachs) (92 kb, 14 December 2003)
  8. Barcelona, Spain: La Sagrada Família: Roman soldiers (1988, sculptor Josep M. Subirachs) (83 kb, 14 December 2003)
  9. Barcelona, Spain: Palau Güell: trencadí chimney pot (1886-1888, architect Antoni Gaudí) (58 kb, 13 December 2003)
  10. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: autumn sun plafond (1900-1914, Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol) (137 kb, 14 December 2003)
  11. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: salamander (dragon) sculpture (1900-1914, architect Antoni Gaudí) (107 kb, 14 December 2003)
  12. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: spring sun plafond (1900-1914, Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol) (145 kb, 14 December 2003)
  13. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: summer sun plafond (1900-1914, Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol) (133 kb, 14 December 2003)
  14. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: trencadí mosaics (1900-1914, architect Antoni Gaudí) (126 kb, 14 December 2003)
  15. Barcelona, Spain: Park Güell: winter sun plafond (1900-1914, Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol) (137 kb, 14 December 2003)
  16. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: brown (red?) squirrel eating nut upside-down in tree (104 kb, 11 December 2005)
  17. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Charles V fountain, allegorical mask (73 kb, 11 December 2005)
  18. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Charles V fountain, allegorical mask (72 kb, 11 December 2005)
  19. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Charles V fountain, allegorical mask (75 kb, 11 December 2005)
  20. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Cuarto Dorado (Golden Room), wall decoration (99 kb, 11 December 2005)
  21. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: El Mexuar, wall decoration (104 kb, 11 December 2005)
  22. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Generalife new gardens, stone walkway (150 kb, 11 December 2005)
  23. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Mirador de Lindaraja, Mocárabe decoration (119 kb, 11 December 2005)
  24. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), bas-relief (108 kb, 11 December 2005)
  25. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), bas-relief (101 kb, 11 December 2005)
  26. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), bas-relief (103 kb, 11 December 2005)
  27. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), bas-relief (109 kb, 11 December 2005)
  28. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), decorative ring (82 kb, 11 December 2005)
  29. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Carlos V (Charles V Palace), interior (77 kb, 11 December 2005)
  30. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Palacio de Comares (Comares Palace), ceiling decoration (106 kb, 11 December 2005)
  31. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Arrayanes (Myrtle Courtyard) (86 kb, 11 December 2005)
  32. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Arrayanes (Myrtle Courtyard), door (112 kb, 11 December 2005)
  33. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Arrayanes (Myrtle Courtyard), frieze and tiles (95 kb, 11 December 2005)
  34. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Arrayanes (Myrtle Courtyard), two cats (82 kb, 11 December 2005)
  35. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Liones (Courtyard of the Lions), column and wall decoration (103 kb, 11 December 2005)
  36. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Liones (Courtyard of the Lions), fountain (80 kb, 11 December 2005)
  37. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Liones (Courtyard of the Lions), Mocárabe arch (86 kb, 11 December 2005)
  38. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Liones (Courtyard of the Lions), Mocárabe arches (128 kb, 11 December 2005)
  39. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio de los Liones (Courtyard of the Lions), wall decoration (111 kb, 11 December 2005)
  40. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Patio del Cuarto Dorado (Courtyard of the Golden Room, Patio del Mexuar) (89 kb, 11 December 2005)
  41. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de dos Hermanas (Hall of the Two Sisters), Mocárabe cupola (112 kb, 11 December 2005)
  42. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de la Barca (Hall of the Barca), Mocárabe vault (89 kb, 11 December 2005)
  43. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de los Abencerrajes (Hall of the Abencerrajes), Mocárabe cupola (98 kb, 11 December 2005)
  44. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de los Abencerrajes (Hall of the Abencerrajes), Mocárabe decoration (126 kb, 11 December 2005)
  45. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de los Reyes (Hall of the Kings), Mocárabe ceiling (99 kb, 11 December 2005)
  46. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: Sala de los Reyes (Hall of the Kings), wall decoration and Mocárabe arches (112 kb, 11 December 2005)
  47. Granada, Spain: Alhambra: white branches, blue sky (111 kb, 11 December 2005)
  48. Granada, Spain: Calle Acera del Casino: lion water fountain (100 kb, 11 December 2005)
  49. Granada, Spain: Iglesia y Convento de San Anton: cupola (17th-18th c) (105 kb, 11 December 2005)

Sweden:

  1. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: 18 Kungsportsavenyn (Avenyn): decorative supports (73 kb, 19 October 2005)
  2. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: 18 Norra Hamngatan: wall relief (1930s, sculptor Ivar Johnsson) (85 kb, 19 October 2005)
  3. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: 23 Storgatan: lion's head (106 kb, 8 June 2004)
  4. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Barken Viking ship and Skanskahuset (Skanska House, 'Lipstick' building) (1989, architects Ralph Erskine and Heikki Särg) (82 kb, 6 June 2004)
  5. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Botaniska trädgården (Botanic Garden): Japanese Cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) bark (134 kb, 6 June 2004)
  6. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Chalmers tekniska högskola (Chalmers University of Technology), MC2 building: balconies (2000, Erséus Frenning Sjögren Arkitekter) (85 kb, 8 June 2004)
  7. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: helicopter (Ecureuil AS 350 B3) with load (95 kb, 9 June 2004)
  8. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Nils Ericson Terminalen (Terminal): bus departure hall (1996, Niels Torp Arkitekter) (116 kb, 9 June 2004)
  9. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Poseidon Fountain (Götaplatsen): satyr and unicorn (c1930, sculptor Carl Milles) (102 kb, 19 October 2005)
  10. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Poseidon Fountain (Götaplatsen): woman and whale (c1930, sculptor Carl Milles) (106 kb, 19 October 2005)
  11. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Quality Hotel Panorama: façade ('Where people meet', installed March 2001, artist Ulrika Hydman-Vallien) (82 kb, 8 June 2004)
  12. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Stora Teatern: ceiling (1859, architect Bror Carl Malmberg) (139 kb, 8 June 2004)
  13. Göteborg (Gothenburg), Sweden: Vasakyrkan (Vasa Church): door (1909, architect Yngve Rasmussen) (94 kb, 9 June 2004)

Istanbul:

  1. Istanbul, Turkey: Archaeology Museum: Alexander Sarcophagus (from Royal Necropolis of Sidon, c 325-300 BC) (scene depicting Battle of Issus, 333BC, with Alexander at left in lion's head headdress) (79 kb, 1 April 2006)
  2. Istanbul, Turkey: Archaeology Museum: figure of man (Jerusalem, c 500 AD, from a family tomb) (90 kb, 1 April 2006)
  3. Istanbul, Turkey: Archaeology Museum: figure of woman (Jerusalem, c 500 AD, from a family tomb) (96 kb, 1 April 2006)
  4. Istanbul, Turkey: Atatürk International Airport (Hava Limanı): international terminal (1998-2000, architects Ebru Kantaşi and GMW Architects) (72 kb, 3 April 2006)
  5. Istanbul, Turkey: Basilica Cistern: column with 'tear-drop' design (532 AD) (68 kb, 31 March 2006)
  6. Istanbul, Turkey: Basilica Cistern: columns (532 AD) (72 kb, 31 March 2006)
  7. Istanbul, Turkey: Basilica Cistern: Medusa head at base of column (532 AD) (77 kb, 31 March 2006)
  8. Istanbul, Turkey: Beyazıt Camii (Mosque): decoration over entrance (1501-1506) (96 kb, 3 April 2006)
  9. Istanbul, Turkey: Beyazıt Camii (Mosque): view (1501-1506) (76 kb, 3 April 2006)
  10. Istanbul, Turkey: Beyazıt Square: feeding the pidgeons (106 kb, 3 April 2006)
  11. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): arch decoration (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (122 kb, 31 March 2006)
  12. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): half-domes (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (121 kb, 31 March 2006)
  13. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): main column decoration (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (100 kb, 31 March 2006)
  14. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): main dome (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (127 kb, 31 March 2006)
  15. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): minaret and courtyard (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (54 kb, 31 March 2006)
  16. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): side dome (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (125 kb, 31 March 2006)
  17. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): support decoration (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (125 kb, 31 March 2006)
  18. Istanbul, Turkey: Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): wall tiles (1606-1616, architect Mehmet Ağa) (107 kb, 31 March 2006)
  19. Istanbul, Turkey: Chora Church (Kariye Museum): fresco of Mary and Jesus (with the twelve attending angels) (c 1315) (102 kb, 2 April 2006)
  20. Istanbul, Turkey: Chora Church (Kariye Museum): fresco of (some of) the church fathers (Basil, Gregory the Theologian and Cyril of Alexandria) (c 1315) (89 kb, 2 April 2006)
  21. Istanbul, Turkey: Chora Church (Kariye Museum): fresco of the Anastasis (c 1315) (82 kb, 2 April 2006)
  22. Istanbul, Turkey: Chora Church (Kariye Museum): mosaic of census (held for the enrolment for taxation and registration) of Mary and Joseph (c 1315) (112 kb, 2 April 2006)
  23. Istanbul, Turkey: Chora Church (Kariye Museum): mosaic of Jesus (and twenty-four of the early ancestors) (c 1315) (122 kb, 2 April 2006)
  24. Istanbul, Turkey: Chora Church (Kariye Museum): mosaic of Mary in the arms of Joachim (and the blessing by the priests) (c 1315) (121 kb, 2 April 2006)
  25. Istanbul, Turkey: Chora Church (Kariye Museum): mosaic of the Annunciation (c 1315) (109 kb, 2 April 2006)
  26. Istanbul, Turkey: Chora Church (Kariye Museum): mosaic of the death of the Virgin (c 1315) (102 kb, 2 April 2006)
  27. Istanbul, Turkey: Chora Church (Kariye Museum): mosaic of the miracle at Cana (c 1315) (114 kb, 2 April 2006)
  28. Istanbul, Turkey: Chora Church (Kariye Museum): mosaic of Theodore Metochites (presenting model of the church to Jesus) (c 1315) (114 kb, 2 April 2006)
  29. Istanbul, Turkey: Fountain of Sultan Ahmet III: fountain and decoration (1728) (81 kb, 1 April 2006)
  30. Istanbul, Turkey: Fountain of Sultan Ahmet III: overhang decoration (1728) (76 kb, 31 March 2006)
  31. Istanbul, Turkey: Fuat Paşa Caddesi: real (one blue, one yellow-eyed white Van) cat with toy dog (54 kb, 3 April 2006)
  32. Istanbul, Turkey: Great Palace Mosaic Museum: mosaic detail of boy attending geese (6th century, from palace of Justinian) (108 kb, 2 April 2006)
  33. Istanbul, Turkey: Great Palace Mosaic Museum: mosaic detail of eagle eating snake (6th century, from palace of Justinian) (95 kb, 2 April 2006)
  34. Istanbul, Turkey: Great Palace Mosaic Museum: mosaic detail of griffin eating something (6th century, from palace of Justinian) (110 kb, 2 April 2006)
  35. Istanbul, Turkey: Great Palace Mosaic Museum: mosaic detail of tree and man (6th century, from palace of Justinian) (105 kb, 2 April 2006)
  36. Istanbul, Turkey: Great Palace Mosaic Museum: mosaic detail of two hunters attacking tiger (6th century, from palace of Justinian) (90 kb, 2 April 2006)
  37. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): decoration on column capital (Byzantine) (78 kb, 31 March 2006)
  38. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): Emperor John II Komnenos, Virgin Mary and Empress Irene mosaic (1118) (101 kb, 31 March 2006)
  39. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): grill, Library of Sultan Mahmud I (1739) (108 kb, 31 March 2006)
  40. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): Jesus, The Deisis, mosaic (12th century) (111 kb, 31 March 2006)
  41. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): Justinian the Great (presenting model of church), Virgin Mary and Constantine (presenting model of city) mosaic (end 10th century) (113 kb, 31 March 2006)
  42. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): Leo (Leon) VI mosaic (over Imperial Gate, end 9th century; Leo VI kneeling before Jesus, Virgin Mary top left, Archangel Gabriel top right) (103 kb, 31 March 2006)
  43. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): St John the Baptist, The Deisis, mosaic (12th century) (102 kb, 31 March 2006)
  44. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): view (532-537 AD, many changes since, including addition of minarets in 15th and 16th centuries) (69 kb, 31 March 2006)
  45. Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya): Virgin Mary mosaic (867) (75 kb, 31 March 2006)
  46. Istanbul, Turkey: Istanbul University: main gate (19th century, architect Auguste Bourgeois) (95 kb, 3 April 2006)
  47. Istanbul, Turkey: Kaiser Wilhelm's Fountain, Hippodrome: mosaic ceiling (1898) (111 kb, 31 March 2006)
  48. Istanbul, Turkey: Museum of the Ancient Orient: Ishtar Gate, bull panel (reconstructed, original was c 575 BC) (97 kb, 1 April 2006)
  49. Istanbul, Turkey: Museum of the Ancient Orient: Ishtar Gate, dragon 'Muşuşu' panel (reconstructed, original was c 575 BC) (83 kb, 1 April 2006)
  50. Istanbul, Turkey: Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts: Qiblanuma (astonomical instrument, Ottoman period, dated 1738, master Barun al-Muhteri) (76 kb, 2 April 2006)
  51. Istanbul, Turkey: Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts: wooden door of a mimber (Seljuk period, dated 1155, from Aleaddin Mosque, Konya) (87 kb, 2 April 2006)
  52. Istanbul, Turkey: Obelisk of Theodosius, Hippodrome: view (carved in Egypt around 1450 BC, erected by Theodosius in 390) (59 kb, 31 March 2006)
  53. Istanbul, Turkey: Ordu Caddesi: column with 'tear-drop' design (from Forum of Theodosius, 4th century AD) (69 kb, 3 April 2006)
  54. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): column (Iznik) tiles (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (145 kb, 3 April 2006)
  55. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): column (Iznik) tiles (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (158 kb, 3 April 2006)
  56. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): courtyard dais (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (95 kb, 3 April 2006)
  57. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): courtyard dome (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (77 kb, 3 April 2006)
  58. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): courtyard (Iznik) tiled prayer niche (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (138 kb, 3 April 2006)
  59. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): decoration (embossed leather?) on ceiling (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (125 kb, 3 April 2006)
  60. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): inlaid door panel (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (128 kb, 3 April 2006)
  61. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): (Iznik) tiles between arches (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (104 kb, 3 April 2006)
  62. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): (Iznik) tiles over door (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (108 kb, 3 April 2006)
  63. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): main dome (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (112 kb, 3 April 2006)
  64. Istanbul, Turkey: Rüstem Paşa Camii (Mosque): wall (Iznik) tiles (1560, architect Mimar Sinan) (143 kb, 3 April 2006)
  65. Istanbul, Turkey: Spice Bazaar (Mısır Çarşısı): dried tomatoes, aubergines (eggplant), okra and sponges (123 kb, 3 April 2006)
  66. Istanbul, Turkey: Spice Bazaar (Mısır Çarşısı): drying chili peppers (91 kb, 3 April 2006)
  67. Istanbul, Turkey: Spice Bazaar (Mısır Çarşısı): spice display (signs in Turkish and English) (118 kb, 3 April 2006)
  68. Istanbul, Turkey: Sublime Porte: overhang decoration (57 kb, 2 April 2006)
  69. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): courtyard and minaret (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (52 kb, 3 April 2006)
  70. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): courtyard dome (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (102 kb, 3 April 2006)
  71. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): decoration over entrance (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (81 kb, 3 April 2006)
  72. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): domes from outside (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (83 kb, 3 April 2006)
  73. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): half-domes and main dome (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (110 kb, 3 April 2006)
  74. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): (Iznik) tiles over courtyard window (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (99 kb, 3 April 2006)
  75. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): main dome (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (104 kb, 3 April 2006)
  76. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): man washing before prayer (92 kb, 3 April 2006)
  77. Istanbul, Turkey: Süleymaniye Camii (Mosque): stone latticework (1550-1557, architect Mimar Sinan) (76 kb, 3 April 2006)
  78. Istanbul, Turkey: Sultanahmet Parki: fountain (70 kb, 31 March 2006)
  79. Istanbul, Turkey: Tiled Kiosk: entrance tiles (159 kb, 1 April 2006)
  80. Istanbul, Turkey: Tiled Kiosk: (Iznik) tiles (139 kb, 1 April 2006)
  81. Istanbul, Turkey: Tiled Kiosk: polychrome (Iznik, last quarter of 16th century) plate (68 kb, 1 April 2006)
  82. Istanbul, Turkey: Tiled Kiosk: polychrome lunette (Iznik, c 1575) tiles (104 kb, 1 April 2006)
  83. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Chamber of the Crown Princes (Twin Kiosk): dome (141 kb, 1 April 2006)
  84. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Chamber of the Crown Princes (Twin Kiosk): (Iznik) tiles (155 kb, 1 April 2006)
  85. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Chamber of the Crown Princes (Twin Kiosk): (Iznik) tiles (126 kb, 1 April 2006)
  86. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Chamber of the Crown Princes (Twin Kiosk): windows and (Iznik) tiles (155 kb, 1 April 2006)
  87. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Courtyard of the Black Eunuchs: (Iznik) tiles (124 kb, 1 April 2006)
  88. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Courtyard of the Black Eunuchs: (Iznik) tiles (135 kb, 1 April 2006)
  89. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Dining (Fruit) Room of Ahmet III: wall decoration (108 kb, 1 April 2006)
  90. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Imperial Hall: fountain (120 kb, 1 April 2006)
  91. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Imperial Hall: wall decoration (113 kb, 1 April 2006)
  92. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Library of Ahmet I: inlaid (mother-of-pearl) wood shutters and (Iznik) tiled niches (99 kb, 1 April 2006)
  93. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Murat III Kiosk: dome (128 kb, 1 April 2006)
  94. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Privy Chamber of Murat III: (Iznik) tiles (160 kb, 1 April 2006)
  95. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Privy Chamber of Murat III: Privy Chamber of Murat III dome (145 kb, 1 April 2006)
  96. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Valide Sultan's (Queen Mother's) bed chamber: dome (114 kb, 1 April 2006)
  97. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak), Valide Sultan's (Queen Mother's) bed chamber: wall decoration (85 kb, 1 April 2006)
  98. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak): entrance (Iznik) tiles (141 kb, 1 April 2006)
  99. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak): entrance (Iznik) tiles (146 kb, 1 April 2006)
  100. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak): entrance (Iznik) tiles (150 kb, 1 April 2006)
  101. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace Harem (Soğukçeşme Sokak): (Iznik) tiled fireplace (113 kb, 1 April 2006)
  102. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Audience Chamber (Arzodası): fountain (85 kb, 1 April 2006)
  103. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Audience Chamber (Arzodası): tiles (121 kb, 1 April 2006)
  104. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Audience Chamber (Arzodası): view (77 kb, 1 April 2006)
  105. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Circumcision Room (Summer Pavilion): ceiling (Iznik) tiles (158 kb, 1 April 2006)
  106. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Circumcision Room (Summer Pavilion): external (Iznik) tiles (143 kb, 1 April 2006)
  107. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Imperial Council Chamber (Kubbealtı): detail (115 kb, 1 April 2006)
  108. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Imperial Council Chamber (Kubbealtı): detail (117 kb, 1 April 2006)
  109. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Imperial Council Chamber (Kubbealtı): dome (98 kb, 1 April 2006)
  110. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Imperial Council Chamber (Kubbealtı): entrance (116 kb, 1 April 2006)
  111. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Imperial Council Chamber (Kubbealtı): entrance ceiling (65 kb, 1 April 2006)
  112. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Library of Ahmet III: dome (109 kb, 1 April 2006)
  113. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Library of Ahmet III: fountain (88 kb, 1 April 2006)
  114. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Library of Ahmet III: interior with inlaid (mother-of-pearl) wood shutters and (Iznik) tiles (127 kb, 1 April 2006)
  115. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Middle Gate (Bab-ü's Selam): dome (127 kb, 1 April 2006)
  116. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Middle Gate (Bab-ü's Selam): view (93 kb, 1 April 2006)
  117. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Revan Kiosk: fountain and (Iznik) tiles (93 kb, 1 April 2006)
  118. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Revan Kiosk: interior with inlaid (mother-of-pearl) wood shutters and (Iznik) tiles (137 kb, 1 April 2006)
  119. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Revan Kiosk: (Iznik) tiles (158 kb, 1 April 2006)
  120. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Sacred Safekeeping Rooms (Hırka-i Saadet): entrance (Iznik) tiles (116 kb, 1 April 2006)
  121. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Sacred Safekeeping Rooms (Hırka-i Saadet): fountain (99 kb, 1 April 2006)
  122. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Sacred Safekeeping Rooms (Hırka-i Saadet): (Iznik) tiles (137 kb, 1 April 2006)
  123. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), Sacred Safekeeping Rooms (Hırka-i Saadet): window and (Iznik) tiles (106 kb, 1 April 2006)
  124. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı), The Chamber of the Treasury Servants: stone pavement (131 kb, 1 April 2006)
  125. Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace (Sarayı): blue and white dish with dragon (Ming dynasty, 3rd quarter of 16th century) (68 kb, 1 April 2006)
  126. Istanbul, Turkey: Tourism Police building: view (based on Ottoman-style wood house) (87 kb, 31 March 2006)
  127. Istanbul, Turkey: Yeni Camii (New Mosque): courtyard (Iznik) tiles (1597-1663) (137 kb, 3 April 2006)
  128. Istanbul, Turkey: Yeni Camii (New Mosque): decoration over entrance (1597-1663) (97 kb, 3 April 2006)
  129. Istanbul, Turkey: Yeni Camii (New Mosque): main dome and half-dome (1597-1663) (118 kb, 3 April 2006)
  130. Istanbul, Turkey: Yeni Camii (New Mosque): tiles and decoration (1597-1663) (149 kb, 3 April 2006)

Other Turkey:

  1. Aspendos (Belkis), Turkey: 13th century bridge (built on ruins of old Roman bridge legs by Seljuk emperor Alaaddin Keykubat, restored 1996-1999) (53 kb, 28 March 2006)
  2. Aspendos (Belkis), Turkey: Agora: wall (108 kb, 28 March 2006)
  3. Aspendos (Belkis), Turkey: Basilica: wall (120 kb, 28 March 2006)
  4. Aspendos (Belkis), Turkey: Theatre: arches (built by Romans during reign of Marcus Aurelius, AD 161-180, restored 20th century) (82 kb, 28 March 2006)
  5. Aspendos (Belkis), Turkey: Theatre: seating (built by Romans during reign of Marcus Aurelius, AD 161-180, restored 20th century) (111 kb, 28 March 2006)
  6. Aspendos (Belkis), Turkey: Theatre: wall at front (built by Romans during reign of Marcus Aurelius, AD 161-180, restored 20th century) (104 kb, 28 March 2006)
  7. Manavgat, Turkey: Roman aqueduct?: arches (83 kb, 28 March 2006)
  8. Manavgat, Turkey: waterfall (şelalesi) (65 kb, 28 March 2006)
  9. Perge, Turkey: Agora: columns (Roman, 2nd-3rd century AD) (74 kb, 29 March 2006)
  10. Perge, Turkey: Colonnaded Street: column with relief of Artemis the huntress (Roman 2nd-3rd century AD) (36 kb, 29 March 2006)
  11. Perge, Turkey: Colonnaded Street: view (Roman, 2nd-3rd century AD) (86 kb, 29 March 2006)
  12. Perge, Turkey: Hellenistic Gate: towers (2nd century BC) (83 kb, 29 March 2006)
  13. Perge, Turkey: Stadium: view (Roman, 2nd century AD) (119 kb, 29 March 2006)
  14. Seleukeia (or Lyrbe), Turkey: Agora: wall (127 kb, 28 March 2006)
  15. Side, Turkey: Theatre: seating (Hellenistic, enlarged by Romans) (100 kb, 29 March 2006)
  16. Silyon (Sillyon), Turkey: Palace: wall (98 kb, 30 March 2006)
  17. Termessos, Turkey: Artemis-Hadrian Temple and Hadrian Propyleum: doorway and jumble of rocks (Roman, 2nd century AD) (119 kb, 30 March 2006)
  18. Termessos, Turkey: Southern Necropolis: rock tombs jumbled about (134 kb, 30 March 2006)
  19. Termessos, Turkey: Theatre: seating in mist (Hellenistic) (40 kb, 30 March 2006)
  20. Termessos, Turkey: Tomb of Alcetas (Alketas): relief of Alcetas on horse (c309 BC) (80 kb, 30 March 2006)
  21. Termessos, Turkey: tombs cutout from rock (108 kb, 30 March 2006)

Cambridge:

  1. Cambridge, England: 11 Grange Road: door (1912, architect A.J. Winter Rose) (86 kb, 3 June 2009)
  2. Cambridge, England: 11 Grange Road: relief above door (1912, architect A.J. Winter Rose) (58 kb, 28 August 2008)
  3. Cambridge, England: 93-95 Station Road: relief on column (91 kb, 9 April 2010)
  4. Cambridge, England: Addenbrooke's Hospital: Faimily Group (bought 1994, sculptor Daphne Hardy Henrion) (91 kb, 8 September 2012)
  5. Cambridge, England: All Saints' Church: altar stained glass window (installed 1866, William Morris, Ford Madox Brown, Edward Burne-Jones: windows from top left: Adam [EBJ], Abraham and Isaac [FMB], Christ in Majesty [EBJ], Noah [FMB], Eve [EBJ], Melchizedek [EBJ], King Louis IX [FMB], David [EBJ], Edward the Confessor [FMB], Judas Maccabeus [EBJ], Elijah [WM], St Stephen [EBJ], St Peter [WM], St James the Less [EBJ], St John the Baptist [WM], St Barbara [EBJ], St Agnes [EBJ], St Radegund [EBJ], St Dorothy [EBJ], St Catherine [WM]; Philip Webb, oak leaf border decoration) (150 kb, 16 January 2005)
  6. Cambridge, England: All Saints' Church: altar stained glass window (installed 1866, William Morris, Ford Madox Brown, Edward Burne-Jones: windows from top left: King Louis IX [FMB], David [EBJ], Edward the Confessor [FMB], St Stephen [EBJ], St Peter [WM], St James the Less [EBJ]; Philip Webb, oak leaf border decoration) (141 kb, 16 January 2005)
  7. Cambridge, England: All Saints' Church: Christ in Majesty, above chancel arch (1875, Wyndham Hope Hughes; 1904, repainted by BM Leach) (85 kb, 16 January 2005)
  8. Cambridge, England: All Saints' Church: nave north wall westmost window (commissioned 1942, Douglas Strachan) (113 kb, 24 September 2011)
  9. Cambridge, England: All Saints' Church: nave north wall westmost window (commissioned 1942, Douglas Strachan) (145 kb, 24 September 2011)
  10. Cambridge, England: All Saints' Church: pulpit panel, St John the Baptist (1875, Wyndham Hope Hughes) (117 kb, 16 January 2005)
  11. Cambridge, England: Ascension Parish Burial Ground: cat on grave stone (103 kb, 26 December 2004)
  12. Cambridge, England: Barrow Road: Cherry trees (Prunus) in blossom (128 kb, 20 April 2009)
  13. Cambridge, England: Bateman Street: Copper Beech (Fagus sylvatica 'Cuprea') leaves (99 kb, 25 April 2002)
  14. Cambridge, England: Bene't Street: pink Clematis (37 kb, 4 May 2007)
  15. Cambridge, England: Bentley Road: view, early Spring (133 kb, 27 March 2012)
  16. Cambridge, England: Bridge Street, Holy Sepulchre (Round Church): Crucifixion, St John and St Andrew (133 kb, 4 June 2011)
  17. Cambridge, England: Bridge Street, Holy Sepulchre (Round Church): door (103 kb, 26 December 2007)
  18. Cambridge, England: Bridge Street, Holy Sepulchre (Round Church): window (99 kb, 4 June 2011)
  19. Cambridge, England: Brookside: flint wall (146 kb, 28 February 2002)
  20. Cambridge, England: Cam: fisherman in fog (82 kb, 12 March 2002)
  21. Cambridge, England: Cam: foam on water (132 kb, 27 June 2005)
  22. Cambridge, England: Cam: foggy morning (163 kb, 12 March 2002)
  23. Cambridge, England: Cam: goose (27 kb, 12 June 2001)
  24. Cambridge, England: Cam: houseboats and Willow trees, early Spring (93 kb, 27 March 2012)
  25. Cambridge, England: Cam: pollarded willow in fog (black and white) (157 kb, 3 December 2004)
  26. Cambridge, England: Cam: river in fog (black and white) (175 kb, 3 December 2004)
  27. Cambridge, England: Cam: starlings swarming at dusk (70 kb, 13 March 2002)
  28. Cambridge, England: Cam: starlings swarming at dusk (74 kb, 13 March 2002)
  29. Cambridge, England: Cam: swan (56 kb, 12 October 2001)
  30. Cambridge, England: Cam: trees reflected in river, in fog (black and white) (100 kb, 25 January 2006)
  31. Cambridge, England: Cam: waves on water (69 kb, 10 October 2002)
  32. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Sports Centre: façade detail (2012-2013, Arup Associates) (80 kb, 7 August 2013)
  33. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Sports Centre: large sports hall (2012-2013, Arup Associates) (81 kb, 14 September 2013)
  34. Cambridge, England: Carlyle Road: oil slick on road (127 kb, 11 November 2013)
  35. Cambridge, England: Catholic Church (Our Lady and the English Martyrs): ceiling (82 kb, 16 March 2005)
  36. Cambridge, England: Catholic Church (Our Lady and the English Martyrs): north pediment (87 kb, 13 January 2011)
  37. Cambridge, England: Catholic Church (Our Lady and the English Martyrs): oak bench carving (77 kb, 16 July 2002)
  38. Cambridge, England: Catholic Church (Our Lady and the English Martyrs): oak bench carving (70 kb, 17 July 2002)
  39. Cambridge, England: Centre for Mathematical Sciences: non-trivial knot with 11 crossings (c 2001, sculptor John Robinson) (68 kb, 29 April 2009)
  40. Cambridge, England: Centre for Mathematical Sciences: Pavilion A, cafeteria (1999-2000, Edward Cullinan Architects) (84 kb, 8 August 2012)
  41. Cambridge, England: Chapel and Gibbs Building: light show: 800 years old (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (56 kb, 17 January 2010)
  42. Cambridge, England: Chapel and Gibbs Building: light show: art into science into art (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (52 kb, 17 January 2010)
  43. Cambridge, England: Chapel and Gibbs Building: light show: Transforming Tomorrow (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (55 kb, 17 January 2010)
  44. Cambridge, England: Chapel and Gibbs Building: light show: Transforming Tomorrow (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton, illustration Quentin Blake) (57 kb, 17 January 2010)
  45. Cambridge, England: Chapel: light show: blue nano (with Mars over chapel) (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (57 kb, 17 January 2010)
  46. Cambridge, England: Chapel: light show: cells (with Mars over chapel) (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (58 kb, 17 January 2010)
  47. Cambridge, England: Chapel: light show: stained glass (with Mars over chapel) (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (55 kb, 17 January 2010)
  48. Cambridge, England: Chesterton Road: tree at dusk (91 kb, 7 March 2002)
  49. Cambridge, England: Christ's College: chapel stalls (89 kb, 1 November 2011)
  50. Cambridge, England: Christ's College: chapel, window over altar (c 1912, William Nicholson) (105 kb, 3 May 2010)
  51. Cambridge, England: Christ's College: Charles Darwin (2009, sculptor Anthony Smith) (117 kb, 11 May 2010)
  52. Cambridge, England: Christ's College: Jagadis Chandra Bose (2008, sculptor Biman Das) (80 kb, 11 May 2010)
  53. Cambridge, England: Christ's College: Master's Lodge, wisteria (115 kb, 28 April 2014)
  54. Cambridge, England: Church of St Edward King and Martyr: ceiling (97 kb, 27 October 2009)
  55. Cambridge, England: Church of St Edward King and Martyr: chancel window (1858, George Gilbert Scott and R. Brandon) (111 kb, 20 April 2008)
  56. Cambridge, England: Church of St Edward King and Martyr: chancel window, detail (1858, George Gilbert Scott and R. Brandon) (142 kb, 20 April 2008)
  57. Cambridge, England: Church of St Edward King and Martyr: south chapel window (96 kb, 27 October 2009)
  58. Cambridge, England: Church of St Edward King and Martyr: south chapel window (139 kb, 4 June 2011)
  59. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Beast Alerted (1990, sculptor Lynn Chadwick) (84 kb, 31 May 2009)
  60. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: chapel, blue stained glass, detail (1967, artist John Piper) (69 kb, 17 June 2012)
  61. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: chapel, brown-yellow stained glass, detail (1967, artist John Piper) (84 kb, 2 June 2009)
  62. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: chapel, brown-yellow stained glass, detail (1967, artist John Piper) (89 kb, 17 June 2012)
  63. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: chapel, green stained glass, detail (1967, artist John Piper) (78 kb, 17 June 2012)
  64. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Crescent Moon Bull (1998, sculptor Christine Fox) (93 kb, 1 June 2009)
  65. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Diagram of an Object (Second State) (1990, sculptor Dhruva Mistry) (128 kb, 29 April 2009)
  66. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: door (1961, sculptor Geoffrey Clarke) (75 kb, 27 June 2009)
  67. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Flight (1981, sculptor Peter Lyon) (74 kb, 29 April 2009)
  68. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Four Square (Walk Through) (1966, sculptor Barbara Hepworth) (93 kb, 29 April 2009)
  69. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Gemini (1973, sculptor Denis Mitchell) (76 kb, 31 May 2009)
  70. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: interior (1967, architect Richard Sheppard, Robson and Partners) (79 kb, 2 June 2009)
  71. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: main entrance gate (1961, sculptor Geoffrey Clarke) (84 kb, 1 January 2010)
  72. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Pointing Figure with Child (1966, sculptor Bernard Meadows) (61 kb, 4 May 2009)
  73. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Southern Shade V (2012, Nigel Hall) (149 kb, 4 October 2013)
  74. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Spiral (1991, sculptor Michael Gillespie) (61 kb, 1 June 2009)
  75. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Study Centre hallway roof (1993, Thurlow Carnell and Thornburrow) (92 kb, 1 April 2008)
  76. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: Three Figures (1970, sculptor Sean Crampton) (130 kb, 4 May 2009)
  77. Cambridge, England: Churchill College: To Boullée (1993, sculptor Michael Dan Archer) (114 kb, 29 April 2009)
  78. Cambridge, England: City House, Hills Road: Chauvinist (1990, sculptor Helaine Blumenfeld) (114 kb, 4 May 2009)
  79. Cambridge, England: Clare College: bridge and tree in fog (81 kb, 12 March 2002)
  80. Cambridge, England: Clare College: chapel ceiling (1760s, James Borrough and James Essex the younger) (85 kb, 2 August 2003)
  81. Cambridge, England: Clare College: chapel interior (84 kb, 22 May 2007)
  82. Cambridge, England: Clare College: chapel organ (88 kb, 22 May 2007)
  83. Cambridge, England: Clare College: cherry tree blossoms with chapel behind (121 kb, 2 April 2014)
  84. Cambridge, England: Clare College: dining hall ceiling (87 kb, 10 September 2010)
  85. Cambridge, England: Clare College: dining hall ceiling (80 kb, 10 September 2010)
  86. Cambridge, England: Clare College: dining hall ceiling, detail (73 kb, 10 September 2010)
  87. Cambridge, England: Clare College: dining hall interior (95 kb, 10 September 2010)
  88. Cambridge, England: Clare College: DNA double helix sculpture (2005, Charles Jencks) (117 kb, 9 June 2006)
  89. Cambridge, England: Clare College: 'Falling Warrior' (1956-1957, sculptor Henry Moore) (98 kb, 4 March 2000)
  90. Cambridge, England: Clare College: Nicholas Ferrar and Hugh Latimer before Christ on cross (1935, artist Hugh Easton) (99 kb, 10 September 2010)
  91. Cambridge, England: Clare College: Old Court cherry tree (117 kb, 1 April 2009)
  92. Cambridge, England: Clare College: Two Forms (Divided Circle) (1969, Barbara Hepworth) (130 kb, 10 September 2010)
  93. Cambridge, England: Clare College: Untitled (1974, Michael Bolus) (118 kb, 13 May 2012)
  94. Cambridge, England: Clare College: Virgin Mary (?) (1935, artist Hugh Easton) (93 kb, 10 September 2010)
  95. Cambridge, England: Clare Hall: Axe Carrier (1974, sculptor Christine Fox) (67 kb, 2 June 2009)
  96. Cambridge, England: Clare Hall: Flame (made 2003, installed 2007, sculptor Helaine Blumenfeld) (114 kb, 3 September 2008)
  97. Cambridge, England: Clare Hall: Mother and Child (1996, sculptor Nathan David) (112 kb, 4 May 2009)
  98. Cambridge, England: Coleridge Community College: The 9 Muses, central section (2013, artist Martin Donlin) (76 kb, 15 April 2014)
  99. Cambridge, England: Coleridge Community College: The 9 Muses, left section (2013, artist Martin Donlin) (73 kb, 15 April 2014)
  100. Cambridge, England: Coleridge Community College: The 9 Muses, right section (2013, artist Martin Donlin) (74 kb, 15 April 2014)
  101. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, altar (81 kb, 4 July 2012)
  102. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, altar frontal (probably 1980s or 1990s, embroiderer Clarissa Robinson) (90 kb, 21 May 2009)
  103. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, ceiling (19th century) (96 kb, 8 May 2009)
  104. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, east window (1881, Heaton, Butler and Bayne) (106 kb, 17 October 2007)
  105. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, east window crucifixion detail (1881, maker Heaton, Butler and Bayne) (128 kb, 5 May 2009)
  106. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, east window detail, Christ laid in the tomb (89 kb, 4 July 2012)
  107. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, organ (1968, N.P. Mander Ltd., casework designed by S.E. Dykes Bower) (81 kb, 17 October 2007)
  108. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, pelican door stop (84 kb, 21 May 2009)
  109. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, seating (69 kb, 5 May 2009)
  110. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, tiled floor, lily (1870, architect Arthur Blomfield) (140 kb, 21 May 2009)
  111. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, window death scene (c 1500?, from Abtei Mariawald, Mariawald Abbey, Heimbach, Germany) (139 kb, 5 May 2009)
  112. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, window detail, Christ carrying the Cross (124 kb, 4 July 2012)
  113. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: chapel, window detail, Christ with an angel and a woman (111 kb, 4 July 2012)
  114. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: Christ Pantocrator (icon, c 1998) (62 kb, 8 May 2009)
  115. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: Christ with the Cross, detail (19th century) (128 kb, 4 June 2009)
  116. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: Corpus Clock (2003-2008, designed by John Taylor) (with grasshopper escapement on top, sculpted by Matthew Lane Sanderson) (69 kb, 19 September 2008)
  117. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: gate (art deco, c1930, architect G Dawbarn) (82 kb, 11 May 2008)
  118. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: Jesus teaching in the Temple (19th century) (149 kb, 4 June 2009)
  119. Cambridge, England: Corpus Christi College: sculpture of seated man (1949, sculptor Henry Moore) (96 kb, 4 October 2008)
  120. Cambridge, England: Cowley Road: horses and hi-tech (70 kb, 12 June 2000)
  121. Cambridge, England: CUP bookshop, St Mary's Street: window grill (88 kb, 9 April 2008)
  122. Cambridge, England: Darwin Green: circular pattern in ploughed and tilled field (176 kb, 2 August 2013)
  123. Cambridge, England: Department of Criminology: windows (2003-2004, architect Allies and Morrison) (68 kb, 25 October 2004)
  124. Cambridge, England: Department of Engineering: aluminium sculpture (1967, sculptor Kenneth Martin) (122 kb, 3 February 2010)
  125. Cambridge, England: Department of Engineering: Lady Baker Memorial Fountain (1981, sculptor; engraver Peter Lyon; David Kindersley) (84 kb, 4 May 2009)
  126. Cambridge, England: Department of Engineering: sculpture (1967, Kenneth Martin) (98 kb, 22 April 2011)
  127. Cambridge, England: Downing College: chapel window, Death (Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse) (1962-1963, L.C. Evetts) (56 kb, 22 September 2008)
  128. Cambridge, England: Downing College: chapel window, Famine (Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse) (1962-1963, L.C. Evetts) (61 kb, 19 September 2008)
  129. Cambridge, England: Downing College: chapel window, Lamb of God (1962-1963, L.C. Evetts) (57 kb, 19 September 2008)
  130. Cambridge, England: Downing College: chapel window, Pestilence (Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse) (1962-1963, L.C. Evetts) (59 kb, 22 September 2008)
  131. Cambridge, England: Downing College: chapel window, War (Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse) (1962-1963, L.C. Evetts) (60 kb, 19 September 2008)
  132. Cambridge, England: Downing College: griffin (91 kb, 1 November 2001)
  133. Cambridge, England: Downing College: library cupola (1992-1993, architect Quinlan Terry) (62 kb, 7 June 2001)
  134. Cambridge, England: Downing College: library floor (1992-1993, architect Quinlan Terry) (71 kb, 7 June 2001)
  135. Cambridge, England: Downing Site: Earthbound Plant (2002, artist Antony Gormley) (81 kb, 3 May 2010)
  136. Cambridge, England: Downing Site: relief (95 kb, 26 March 2002)
  137. Cambridge, England: East Road: Helmore Building extension window (2003-2005, Hawkins\Brown) (150 kb, 1 April 2005)
  138. Cambridge, England: Elizabeth Way roundabout underpass: lamp posts (66 kb, 9 April 2008)
  139. Cambridge, England: Elizabeth Way underpass: east tunnel, joker (105 kb, 25 September 2010)
  140. Cambridge, England: Elizabeth Way underpass: east tunnel, musicians, Stourbridge Fair (115 kb, 25 September 2010)
  141. Cambridge, England: Elizabeth Way underpass: north tunnel, punting (93 kb, 25 September 2010)
  142. Cambridge, England: Elizabeth Way underpass: north tunnel, punting (108 kb, 25 September 2010)
  143. Cambridge, England: Elizabeth Way underpass: south tunnel, terrace houses (108 kb, 25 September 2010)
  144. Cambridge, England: Elizabeth Way underpass: west tunnel, kids and science (111 kb, 25 September 2010)
  145. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: chapel interior (80 kb, 25 July 2002)
  146. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: chapel window, John Harvard and Laurence Chaderton (1884) (147 kb, 3 June 2011)
  147. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: chapel window, St Anselm and St Augustine (1884) (151 kb, 3 June 2011)
  148. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: chapel window, Thomas Cranmer and John Fisher (1884) (150 kb, 3 June 2011)
  149. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: chapel window, William Sancroft and William Bedell (1884) (151 kb, 3 June 2011)
  150. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: dining hall ceiling (1760s, James Essex the younger) (56 kb, 2 August 2003)
  151. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: North Court entrance ironwork decoration (art nouveau, 1910-1914, architect Leonard Stokes) (81 kb, 26 May 2008)
  152. Cambridge, England: Emmanuel College: sculpture 'Jester' (1994, Wendy Taylor) (115 kb, 19 August 2008)
  153. Cambridge, England: Faculty of Education, Donald McIntyre Building: glass enclosure (2003-2005, Building Design Partnership) (78 kb, 26 May 2012)
  154. Cambridge, England: Faculty of English: windows (2003-2004, architect Allies and Morrison) (76 kb, 1 October 2004)
  155. Cambridge, England: Faculty of Law: exterior (1994-1995, Norman Foster and Partners) (53 kb, 22 April 2005)
  156. Cambridge, England: field at end of Brownlow Road: sunset (35 kb, 17 August 2011)
  157. Cambridge, England: field at end of Brownlow Road: sunset (46 kb, 10 November 2012)
  158. Cambridge, England: Fisher House: Madonna and Child with Cherubim (copy of 15th century original, sculptor Luca Della Robbia) (65 kb, 4 May 2009)
  159. Cambridge, England: Fisher Square: Between the Lines (2007, sculptor Peter Randall-Page) (104 kb, 15 December 2008)
  160. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam College, Gatehouse Court: windows (2002-2004, architect Allies and Morrison) (52 kb, 14 December 2004)
  161. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam College: ceiling (1961-1967, architect Denys Lasdun and Partners) (60 kb, 18 November 2009)
  162. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam College: The First Undergraduate 1869 (c 1995, sculptor Christopher Marvell) (103 kb, 29 April 2009)
  163. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Angels: Harmony (2006, Helaine Blumenfeld) (56 kb, 16 May 2012)
  164. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Ascent (2010, Helaine Blumenfeld) (57 kb, 16 May 2012)
  165. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Beyond Silence (sculptor Ann Christopher) (62 kb, 25 March 2010)
  166. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: birthday plate, bird decoration (Qing Dynasty, 1662-1722) (45 kb, 19 December 2013)
  167. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: birthday plate, peach decoration (Qing Dynasty, 1662-1722) (59 kb, 19 December 2013)
  168. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: black and white vase (2005, Emmanuel Cooper) (80 kb, 19 December 2013)
  169. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: botanical plate (ca. 1755, Chelsea) (48 kb, 19 December 2013)
  170. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: botanical plate (ca. 1755, Chelsea) (51 kb, 19 December 2013)
  171. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Buttress (sculptor Rob Ward) (99 kb, 26 March 2010)
  172. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Caesura V (1996-2009, sculptor Charles Hadcock) (77 kb, 28 May 2009)
  173. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: carp tureen (1755, Chelsea) (59 kb, 19 December 2013)
  174. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Chief (sculptor Nick Turvey) (101 kb, 25 March 2010)
  175. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Cleft (2004, sculptor Terry New) (80 kb, 28 May 2009)
  176. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Cleopatra (2011, Helaine Blumenfeld) (45 kb, 16 May 2012)
  177. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Confucious (2006, sculptor Wu Wei-shan) (74 kb, 28 May 2009)
  178. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Cupressus I (2008, Peter Randall-Page) (111 kb, 16 May 2012)
  179. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: detail of mosaic floor (1870-1875) (115 kb, 18 March 2008)
  180. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: detail of mosaic floor (1870-1875) (124 kb, 18 March 2008)
  181. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: detail of mosaic floor (1870-1875) (124 kb, 18 March 2008)
  182. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: dome support (1870-1875, restored 1999-2001) (81 kb, 18 March 2008)
  183. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Energy of the Mountain: Echo and Revelation (sculptor Michael Lyons) (95 kb, 25 March 2010)
  184. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: entrance ceiling (120 kb, 3 February 2005)
  185. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Exegy II (2007, Antony Gormley) (124 kb, 19 December 2013)
  186. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Exhalation (2008, Peter Randall-Page) (139 kb, 16 May 2012)
  187. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: First Portrait of Roma of Barbados (1932, Jacob Epstein) (66 kb, 19 December 2013)
  188. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: fruit dish (ca. 1810-1812, Swinton, Don Pottery) (44 kb, 19 December 2013)
  189. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: golden pineapple fence decoration (72 kb, 16 June 2014)
  190. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Held Shadow (sculptor Ann Christopher) (79 kb, 25 March 2010)
  191. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: I never wanted to weigh more heavily on a man than a bird (Coco Chanel) (sculptor Nick Hornby) (37 kb, 25 March 2010)
  192. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Italian specimen (pietra dura) table (1829, workshop of Giacomo Raffaelli, Rome) (103 kb, 18 March 2008)
  193. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Large Blade Venus (1990, William Turnbull) (81 kb, 19 December 2013)
  194. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Line of Silence (sculptor Ann Christopher) (79 kb, 25 March 2010)
  195. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: lion (75 kb, 25 March 2010)
  196. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: lion (80 kb, 13 March 2012)
  197. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Little Seed (2007, Peter Randall-Page) (142 kb, 16 May 2012)
  198. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Mother and Child (2009, sculptor Johannes von Stumm) (76 kb, 28 May 2009)
  199. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Nidus II (2002, sculptor Terry New) (91 kb, 28 May 2009)
  200. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Open Book (2008, sculptor Diane Maclean) (59 kb, 28 May 2009)
  201. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Palm I (2007, sculptor David Begbie) (65 kb, 28 May 2009)
  202. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Poise (sculptor Angela Conner) (58 kb, 25 March 2010)
  203. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: polychrome arch decoration (1870-1875, restored 1999-2001) (83 kb, 18 March 2008)
  204. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: polychrome decoration below dome (1870-1875, restored 1999-2001) (119 kb, 18 March 2008)
  205. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Portrait of Hélène (1919, Jacob Epstein) (81 kb, 19 December 2013)
  206. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Portrait of Professor Albert Einstein (1933, Jacob Epstein) (74 kb, 19 December 2013)
  207. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Pythagoras Stone (2007, Peter Randall-Page) (158 kb, 16 May 2012)
  208. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Risonanza (2011, Ken Yasuda) (62 kb, 16 May 2012)
  209. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Rotating Circle (2004, sculptor Andrew Stonyer) (91 kb, 28 May 2009)
  210. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: sarcophagus, detail (Roman, third quarter of 2nd century AD) (76 kb, 19 December 2013)
  211. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Screen (sculptor Rob Ward) (106 kb, 26 March 2010)
  212. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Solid Air II (2010, Peter Randall-Page) (53 kb, 16 May 2012)
  213. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Solid Air III (2010, Peter Randall-Page) (57 kb, 16 May 2012)
  214. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: spiral stairs (2002-2004, John Miller and Partners) (57 kb, 19 December 2013)
  215. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: stained glass (grisaille) window (1870-1875) (181 kb, 18 March 2008)
  216. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Sum of the Parts (2001, Peter Randall-Page) (121 kb, 16 May 2012)
  217. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Sway II (sculptor Angela Conner) (65 kb, 25 March 2010)
  218. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Tempi-Segreto del Cielo (2009, Ken Yasuda) (67 kb, 16 May 2012)
  219. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Tensei Tenmoku (2010, Ken Yasuda) (109 kb, 16 May 2012)
  220. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Tensei Tenmoku (2010, Ken Yasuda) (94 kb, 16 May 2012)
  221. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: The Space Within (2011, Helaine Blumenfeld) (73 kb, 16 May 2012)
  222. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Theme and Variation II, III and I (2008, Peter Randall-Page) (61 kb, 16 May 2012)
  223. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Third Portrait of Oriel Ross (1931, Jacob Epstein) (86 kb, 19 December 2013)
  224. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Transformation II (2008, sculptor Richard Fenton) (143 kb, 28 May 2009)
  225. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Triangulation I (2007, Peter Randall-Page) (147 kb, 16 May 2012)
  226. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: turquoise-blue vase (2005, Emmanuel Cooper) (79 kb, 19 December 2013)
  227. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Two (sculptor Rob Ward) (83 kb, 25 March 2010)
  228. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Unity of Opposites: Vortex (sculptor Michael Lyons) (71 kb, 25 March 2010)
  229. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Untitled (2007, Peter Randall-Page) (142 kb, 16 May 2012)
  230. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Venus (sculptor Nick Turvey) (70 kb, 26 March 2010)
  231. Cambridge, England: Fitzwilliam Museum: Wave (sculptor Angela Conner) (66 kb, 26 March 2010)
  232. Cambridge, England: Folk Museum: sculpture, part of Hobson's Conduit memorial (moved from Market Square) (88 kb, 20 October 2007)
  233. Cambridge, England: Garden Walk: Nancy and Tigger (the cats) watching water (61 kb, 26 September 2002)
  234. Cambridge, England: Garden Walk: Nancy (the cat) playing with water (56 kb, 26 September 2002)
  235. Cambridge, England: Garden Walk: Tigger and Nancy (the cats) on window sill (52 kb, 24 September 2002)
  236. Cambridge, England: Gibbs Building: light show: cells dividing (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (76 kb, 17 January 2010)
  237. Cambridge, England: Gibbs Building: light show: orange and green blobs (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (84 kb, 17 January 2010)
  238. Cambridge, England: Gibbs Building: light show: pink crystals (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (94 kb, 17 January 2010)
  239. Cambridge, England: Girton College: Ash Court, windows (2012-2013, Allies and Morrison) (78 kb, 15 March 2014)
  240. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: ceiling (1995-1998, architect John Simpson and Partners) (83 kb, 29 June 2009)
  241. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: ceiling (1995-1998, architect John Simpson and Partners, plasterer George Cook and Sons) (57 kb, 29 June 2009)
  242. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel apse mosaic (Christ in glory surrounded by his disciples) (1870, by Salviati) (104 kb, 25 July 2002)
  243. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel apse mosaic (Eunice instructing her son Timothy) (1870, made by firm of Antonio Salviati) (120 kb, 19 June 2007)
  244. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel apse mosaic (Jesus teaching Martha about eternal life near the tomb of Lazarus) (1870, made by firm of Antonio Salviati) (105 kb, 19 June 2007)
  245. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel apse mosaic (prophet Samuel being tutored by Eli) (1870, made by firm of Antonio Salviati) (111 kb, 19 June 2007)
  246. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel apse mosaic (the boy Jesus disputing with the scribes in the Temples) (1870, made by firm of Antonio Salviati) (112 kb, 19 June 2007)
  247. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel apse mosaic (the finding of the scroll of the Law in the Temple by Josiah) (1870, made by firm of Antonio Salviati) (110 kb, 19 June 2007)
  248. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel ceiling (1637; cherubs removed 1643, replaced 1660) (125 kb, 19 June 2007)
  249. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel interior (94 kb, 19 June 2007)
  250. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel, Christ healing a paralytic, flanked by St Luke and St Nicholas (commemorating George Paget, died 1892) (134 kb, 17 June 2013)
  251. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel, scenes from the life of St Paul (commemorating Anthony Steel, died 1885) (117 kb, 17 June 2013)
  252. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel, St Augustine of Canterbury's mission to England (commemorating Edwin Guest, died 1880) (109 kb, 17 June 2013)
  253. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: chapel, three of Christ's appearances after the Resurrection, to St Mary Magdalene, to Cleopas at Emmaus, and to St Thomas (commemorating George Romanes, died 1894) (119 kb, 17 June 2013)
  254. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: floor drawing, harp (1927-1929, artist Raymond McGrath) (91 kb, 29 June 2009)
  255. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: floor drawing, monks? (1927-1929, artist Raymond McGrath) (94 kb, 29 June 2009)
  256. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: floor drawing, snake (1927-1929, artist Raymond McGrath) (53 kb, 29 June 2009)
  257. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: Gate of Honour top half (with sundials) (75 kb, 11 May 2006)
  258. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: Gate of Virtue, female (90 kb, 1 April 2011)
  259. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: glass dome, donkey and fish (1927-1929, artist Raymond McGrath) (73 kb, 29 June 2009)
  260. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: glass dome, man and shark (1927-1929, artist Raymond McGrath) (71 kb, 29 June 2009)
  261. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: glass dome, snake and walking animal (1927-1929, artist Raymond McGrath) (73 kb, 29 June 2009)
  262. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: glass dome, woman and creature (1927-1929, artist Raymond McGrath) (77 kb, 29 June 2009)
  263. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: hallway and door (1927-1929, architect Raymond McGrath) (63 kb, 29 June 2009)
  264. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: Temple of Bassae frieze detail, copy (1995-1998, architect John Simpson and Partners, plasterer George Cook and Sons) (46 kb, 29 June 2009)
  265. Cambridge, England: Gonville and Caius College: Temple of Bassae frieze detail, copy (1995-1998, architect John Simpson and Partners, plasterer George Cook and Sons) (46 kb, 29 June 2009)
  266. Cambridge, England: Gonville Place: black horse (1977, sculptor Tessa Pullan) (105 kb, 5 June 2009)
  267. Cambridge, England: Grand Arcade: Christmas angel (2008, designed and made by KD Decoratives) (84 kb, 14 November 2008)
  268. Cambridge, England: Great St Mary's Church: Christ in Majesty (The Majestas) (1960, Alan Durst) (87 kb, 2 September 2008)
  269. Cambridge, England: Great St Mary's Church: east window (1869, designed and made by firm of John Hardman) (116 kb, 2 September 2008)
  270. Cambridge, England: Great St Mary's Church: organ (1690s, 'Father Schmidt', Bernard Smith) (78 kb, 2 September 2008)
  271. Cambridge, England: Great St Mary's Church: Prayer Marker 2007 (sculptor Emma Fenelon) (137 kb, 2 September 2008)
  272. Cambridge, England: Great St Mary's Church: west entrance (81 kb, 20 April 2008)
  273. Cambridge, England: Guildhall Street: Talos (c1960, sculptor Michael Ayrton; erected in current location in c1973) (89 kb, 23 April 2011)
  274. Cambridge, England: Guildhall: horse (70 kb, 4 May 2009)
  275. Cambridge, England: Guildhall: horse pulling plough (1933, sculptor Gertrude Hermes) (58 kb, 4 May 2009)
  276. Cambridge, England: Guildhall: man in field (1933, sculptor Gertrude Hermes) (58 kb, 4 May 2009)
  277. Cambridge, England: Guildhall: man ploughing field (1933, sculptor Gertrude Hermes) (61 kb, 4 May 2009)
  278. Cambridge, England: Guildhall: scenes from rural life (1933, sculptor Gertrude Hermes) (61 kb, 4 May 2009)
  279. Cambridge, England: Guildhall: Wings and Wheels (2009, maker Rowan Foundation) (52 kb, 23 July 2013)
  280. Cambridge, England: Guildhall: woman harvesting (1933, sculptor Gertrude Hermes) (61 kb, 4 May 2009)
  281. Cambridge, England: Guildhall: woman tending crops (1933, sculptor Gertrude Hermes) (61 kb, 4 May 2009)
  282. Cambridge, England: Harvest Way: girl (partly blacked out) (76 kb, 31 March 2013)
  283. Cambridge, England: Hauser Forum, Entrepreneurship Centre: seating (2008-2010, architects Wilkinson Eyre Architects and SMC Covell Matthews) (29 kb, 25 February 2010)
  284. Cambridge, England: Hauser Forum, Entrepreneurship Centre: windows (2008-2010, architects Wilkinson Eyre Architects and SMC Covell Matthews) (77 kb, 25 February 2010)
  285. Cambridge, England: Histon Road: Bergenia (61 kb, 19 March 2005)
  286. Cambridge, England: Histon Road: Bugs Bunny (72 kb, 27 May 2013)
  287. Cambridge, England: Histon Road: male and female cones (62 kb, 5 May 2014)
  288. Cambridge, England: Hobson's Conduit path: view, early Spring (196 kb, 27 March 2012)
  289. Cambridge, England: Homerton College: aluminium sculpture (donated 1961, sculptor Geoffrey Clarke) (93 kb, 30 June 2011)
  290. Cambridge, England: Homerton College: Girls in the Wind (1956-1957, sculptor Betty Rea) (55 kb, 30 June 2011)
  291. Cambridge, England: Homerton College: Stretching Figure (1959, sculptor Betty Rea) (94 kb, 17 June 2009)
  292. Cambridge, England: Hyde Park, Serpentine Bar & Kitchen: view (1964, Patrick Gwynne) (123 kb, 2 June 2012)
  293. Cambridge, England: Hyde Park, Serpentine Gallery Pavilion: view (2012, Herzog & De Meuron and Ai Weiwei) (99 kb, 2 June 2012)
  294. Cambridge, England: Institute of Astronomy: Fred Hoyle (1992, sculptor Sheila Solomon) (105 kb, 8 August 2013)
  295. Cambridge, England: Institute of Astronomy: Infinity (2004, sculptor Dinah Kester) (80 kb, 27 July 2009)
  296. Cambridge, England: Institute of Astronomy: 'Prometheus' (2003, sculptor James Atkinson) (100 kb, 28 February 2009)
  297. Cambridge, England: Institute of Astronomy: 'Pulse' (2001, John Robinson) (124 kb, 13 April 2003)
  298. Cambridge, England: Isaac Newton Institute: Creation (1991, sculptor John Robinson) (80 kb, 29 April 2009)
  299. Cambridge, England: Isaac Newton Institute: Genesis (1995, sculptor John Robinson) (123 kb, 29 April 2009)
  300. Cambridge, England: Isaac Newton Institute: Intuition (1993, sculptor John Robinson) (134 kb, 29 April 2009)
  301. Cambridge, England: Jane Coston Bridge (over A14): view along centreline (2003-2004, engineer Owen Williams) (45 kb, 5 May 2008)
  302. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Babylon (2001, artist Anthony Caro) (104 kb, 26 August 2009)
  303. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Brake (1966, Phillip King) (98 kb, 24 April 2009)
  304. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Bronze Horse (1983, Barry Flanagan) (80 kb, 23 April 2009)
  305. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Bronze Shell (1999, Wendy Taylor) (29 kb, 20 September 2011)
  306. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Call It Hadrian's Wall (1970, sculptor Geoffrey Clarke) (112 kb, 26 August 2009)
  307. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Cathedral (1969-1970, Tim Scott) (110 kb, 20 September 2011)
  308. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: chapel crossing (tower) ceiling (1846-1849, William Morris) (88 kb, 16 January 2005)
  309. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: chapel nave ceiling (1846-1849, William Morris, painted by Frederick Leach) (124 kb, 28 March 2005)
  310. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Coastal Path (1986, sculptor Keir Smith) (95 kb, 28 April 2009)
  311. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Composition (2008, Barry Flanagan) (124 kb, 20 September 2011)
  312. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Cornelia (2006, artist Anselm Kiefer) (77 kb, 26 August 2009)
  313. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Daedalus on Wheels (1994, sculptor Eduardo Paolozzi) (93 kb, 28 April 2009)
  314. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Dark Motive (1970s, artist Anthony Caro) (99 kb, 26 August 2009)
  315. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Deus Providebit (God will provide) (1929-1930, sculptor Eric Gill, architect Morley Horder) (113 kb, 1 June 2009)
  316. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Estructura de Ensamble (2008, Damian Ortega) (104 kb, 4 July 2013)
  317. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Für Chlebnikow (2004, artist Anselm Kiefer) (110 kb, 26 August 2009)
  318. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: glass spiral (by Danny Lane) (134 kb, 13 March 2005)
  319. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Head (1987, William Turnbull) (44 kb, 23 April 2009)
  320. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: John Alcock (19th century ) (103 kb, 28 April 2009)
  321. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Large Left-Handed Drummer (2006, Barry Flanagan) (90 kb, 20 September 2011)
  322. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Large Monument (1996, Barry Flanagan) (118 kb, 20 September 2011)
  323. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Leaping Hare on Crescent and Bell (1988, Barry Flanagan) (107 kb, 20 September 2011)
  324. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: library stained glass window (1998, designed by Graham Jones, made by John Reyntiens) (90 kb, 29 August 2000)
  325. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Lucifer (2006, Bryan Kneale) (130 kb, 23 April 2009)
  326. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Maple Three Piece (1991, artist Richard Bray) (116 kb, 26 August 2009)
  327. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Melancholia (2003, artist Alison Wilding) (99 kb, 26 August 2009)
  328. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Messenger and Cave (2001 and 2005, William Tucker) (83 kb, 24 September 2011)
  329. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Moiro (2006, artist Anselm Kiefer) (106 kb, 26 August 2009)
  330. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Mortal Man (1960, Evelyn Herring) (101 kb, 23 April 2009)
  331. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: My Labor is My Protest (2012, Theaster Gates) (100 kb, 4 July 2013)
  332. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Nickel Gate (2010, Harland Miller) (86 kb, 4 July 2013)
  333. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Obelisk with Flame (1990, Phillip King) (135 kb, 20 September 2011)
  334. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Paete, non dolet (2006, artist Anselm Kiefer) (124 kb, 26 August 2009)
  335. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: pile of figures (2006, sculptor Antony Gormley) (107 kb, 26 August 2009)
  336. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: rood screen (1846-1849, architect Augustus Pugin) (94 kb, 26 August 2009)
  337. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Sculler (1998, Barry Flanagan) (61 kb, 20 September 2011)
  338. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Six foot leaping hare on steel pyramid (1990, Barry Flanagan) (113 kb, 20 September 2011)
  339. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Song for Adèle XII (1999-2000, Tim Scott) (68 kb, 24 September 2011)
  340. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Spine (1996, Diane Maclean) (107 kb, 24 April 2009)
  341. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: The Bigger the Searchlight the Larger the Circumference of the Unknown (2008, Harland Miller) (81 kb, 4 July 2013)
  342. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: The Bigger the Searchlight the Larger the Circumference of the Unknown (2008, Harland Miller) (116 kb, 4 July 2013)
  343. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: The Cricketer (1989, Barry Flanagan) (62 kb, 24 April 2009)
  344. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: The Handshakers (1995, Barry Flanagan) (158 kb, 20 September 2011)
  345. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth (But Not the Mineral Rights) (2007, Jake and Dinos Chapman) (97 kb, 23 April 2009)
  346. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth (But Not the Mineral Rights) (2007, Jake and Dinos Chapman) (102 kb, 24 April 2009)
  347. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Through / True Stone (2012, Damian Ortega) (93 kb, 4 July 2013)
  348. Cambridge, England: Jesus College: Vespers (1972-1974, Anthony Caro) (90 kb, 20 September 2011)
  349. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Bird Cherry (Prunus padus 'Watereri', also known as 'Grandiflora') (102 kb, 18 May 2010)
  350. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: bird-cherry ermine moth caterpillars (Yponomeuta evonymella) nest at base of tree (80 kb, 13 June 2013)
  351. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: bird-cherry ermine moth caterpillars (Yponomeuta evonymella) nest encasing tree trunk (175 kb, 13 June 2012)
  352. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: bird-cherry ermine moth caterpillars (Yponomeuta evonymella) nest remains on ground (159 kb, 13 June 2012)
  353. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: bird-cherry ermine moth caterpillars (Yponomeuta evonymella) nest remains on ground (152 kb, 13 June 2012)
  354. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: in fog (109 kb, 11 December 2009)
  355. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus) in early spring (177 kb, 6 April 2011)
  356. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus) in fog (99 kb, 12 March 2002)
  357. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus) in heavy fog (80 kb, 13 February 2008)
  358. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus) in late afternoon sun (166 kb, 8 April 2009)
  359. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus) in spring (152 kb, 22 April 2009)
  360. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus) with snow on ground (150 kb, 9 January 2010)
  361. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus), autumn (150 kb, 15 October 2008)
  362. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus), autumn (145 kb, 25 October 2012)
  363. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus), branches (154 kb, 8 March 2011)
  364. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus), late autumn (157 kb, 11 November 2013)
  365. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus), outside path (138 kb, 8 March 2011)
  366. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus), spring (151 kb, 29 April 2014)
  367. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus), sun before the rain (89 kb, 18 August 2010)
  368. Cambridge, England: Jesus Green: Plane trees (Platanus), sunny winter day (176 kb, 13 January 2014)
  369. Cambridge, England: Jesus Lock: angry water (81 kb, 21 December 2012)
  370. Cambridge, England: JJ Thomson Avenue: Café Atrium, terrace (2008-2010, Wilkinson Eyre Architects, SMC Covell Matthews) (108 kb, 6 June 2013)
  371. Cambridge, England: JJ Thomson Avenue: roof structure between Hauser Forum and Broers Building (2008-2010, Wilkinson Eyre Architects, SMC Covell Matthews) (98 kb, 6 June 2013)
  372. Cambridge, England: John Lewis: Mother and Child (c2007, Sophie Dickens) (52 kb, 9 April 2011)
  373. Cambridge, England: Judge Institute: ceiling (1991-1995, architect John Outram Associates) (126 kb, 27 June 2000)
  374. Cambridge, England: Judge Institute: ceiling (1991-1995, architect John Outram Associates) (121 kb, 3 February 2005)
  375. Cambridge, England: Judge Institute: interior (1991-1995, architect John Outram Associates) (107 kb, 27 June 2000)
  376. Cambridge, England: Judge Institute: reflection of tree in window (85 kb, 2 November 2006)
  377. Cambridge, England: Kett House, Hills Road: Kett's Oak (1962-1963) (102 kb, 21 June 2009)
  378. Cambridge, England: Kingfisher Way: balconies (2007-2008, architect Alison Brooks) (60 kb, 7 March 2008)
  379. Cambridge, England: King's College: angels (89 kb, 4 May 2007)
  380. Cambridge, England: King's College: bat (late 15th c) (70 kb, 22 November 2009)
  381. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel autumn late afternoon (64 kb, 3 October 2002)
  382. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel autumn morning (with small moon) (83 kb, 26 September 2002)
  383. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel ceiling (111 kb, 4 February 2007)
  384. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel ceiling long view (125 kb, 23 May 2007)
  385. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel ceiling, with organ (131 kb, 11 July 2002)
  386. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel choir stalls (126 kb, 9 May 2008)
  387. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel east wall stained glass window (137 kb, 4 February 2007)
  388. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel heraldic panel behind Fellows' stalls (124 kb, 11 July 2002)
  389. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel heraldic panel behind Fellows' stalls (121 kb, 11 July 2002)
  390. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel heraldic panel behind Fellows' stalls (101 kb, 5 June 2012)
  391. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel in fog (124 kb, 10 December 2001)
  392. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel interior (100 kb, 23 May 2007)
  393. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel light fixture (58 kb, 5 June 2012)
  394. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel light show, Plenum (artist Simeon Nelson, composer Nick Rothwell and computer artist Rob Godman) (66 kb, 16 November 2012)
  395. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel organ (99 kb, 22 May 2007)
  396. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel small interior stained glass window (16th century Flemish?) (95 kb, 4 February 2007)
  397. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel small interior stained glass window (16th century Flemish?) (87 kb, 4 February 2007)
  398. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel south façade (75 kb, 9 May 2008)
  399. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel west door tympanum (95 kb, 23 December 2004)
  400. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel with buttercups and cow parsley (Queen Anne's Lace) (99 kb, 18 May 2014)
  401. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel with Horse Chestnut (Aesculus) tree in flower (73 kb, 12 May 2008)
  402. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, interior sculpture (royal shield) (92 kb, 4 February 2007)
  403. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, screen and gatehouse reflected in shop window (90 kb, 17 October 2003)
  404. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, sculpture above west door (77 kb, 21 December 2004)
  405. Cambridge, England: King's College: chapel, tympanum above west door (108 kb, 23 May 2007)
  406. Cambridge, England: King's College: east window, Christ Nailed to the Cross (114 kb, 13 July 2009)
  407. Cambridge, England: King's College: east window, Crucifixion (109 kb, 13 July 2009)
  408. Cambridge, England: King's College: east window, Descent from the Cross (105 kb, 13 July 2009)
  409. Cambridge, England: King's College: fountain (100 kb, 5 June 2012)
  410. Cambridge, England: King's College: fountain and gatehouse (61 kb, 9 May 2008)
  411. Cambridge, England: King's College: gatehouse door detail (86 kb, 20 April 2008)
  412. Cambridge, England: King's College: gatehouse top (70 kb, 3 May 2008)
  413. Cambridge, England: King's College: main entrance (98 kb, 1 January 2010)
  414. Cambridge, England: King's College: north wall window, angel (96 kb, 10 July 2009)
  415. Cambridge, England: King's College: north wall window, angel (94 kb, 10 July 2009)
  416. Cambridge, England: King's College: north wall window, detail (140 kb, 5 June 2012)
  417. Cambridge, England: King's College: north wall window, man (106 kb, 10 July 2009)
  418. Cambridge, England: King's College: north wall window, man (97 kb, 10 July 2009)
  419. Cambridge, England: King's College: Queen's Beasts (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (94 kb, 6 June 2012)
  420. Cambridge, England: King's College: screen rose relief (81 kb, 26 September 2002)
  421. Cambridge, England: King's College: shield on Queen's Road gate (96 kb, 4 March 2008)
  422. Cambridge, England: King's College: The Black Bull of Clarence (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (113 kb, 6 June 2012)
  423. Cambridge, England: King's College: The Departure of the Prodigal Son (c 1525, maker Mechlin School) (108 kb, 22 November 2009)
  424. Cambridge, England: King's College: The Falcon of the Plantagenets (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (113 kb, 6 June 2012)
  425. Cambridge, England: King's College: The Griffin of Edward III (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (114 kb, 6 June 2012)
  426. Cambridge, England: King's College: The Lion of England (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (141 kb, 6 June 2012)
  427. Cambridge, England: King's College: The Red Dragon of Wales (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (121 kb, 6 June 2012)
  428. Cambridge, England: King's College: The Unicorn of Scotland (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (98 kb, 6 June 2012)
  429. Cambridge, England: King's College: The White Greyhound of Richmond (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (105 kb, 6 June 2012)
  430. Cambridge, England: King's College: The White Horse of Hanover (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (99 kb, 6 June 2012)
  431. Cambridge, England: King's College: The White Lion of Mortimer (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (107 kb, 6 June 2012)
  432. Cambridge, England: King's College: The Yale of Beaufort (2012, Tom Hiscocks) (105 kb, 6 June 2012)
  433. Cambridge, England: King's College: west window (138 kb, 10 July 2009)
  434. Cambridge, England: King's Parade: 800th anniversary banner (2009, artist Quentin Blake) (68 kb, 1 December 2009)
  435. Cambridge, England: King's Parade: 'Play Me, I'm Yours' project (89 kb, 26 October 2012)
  436. Cambridge, England: King's Parade: Tour de France poster (81 kb, 16 May 2014)
  437. Cambridge, England: King's Parade: Tour de France, removing the barricades (94 kb, 7 July 2014)
  438. Cambridge, England: Laboratory for Molecular Biology (LMB-2): The Chromosome, atrium (66 kb, 19 May 2014)
  439. Cambridge, England: Little St Mary's Church: Beating the Bounds service, Rogation Sunday (77 kb, 13 May 2012)
  440. Cambridge, England: Little St Mary's Church: detail of Godfrey Washington memorial (great uncle of George Washington) (48 kb, 25 September 2008)
  441. Cambridge, England: Little St Mary's Church: reredos (1876, designed by G.G. Scott the younger) (97 kb, 4 September 2002)
  442. Cambridge, England: Little St Mary's Church: reredos (1876, designed by G.G. Scott the younger) (87 kb, 25 September 2008)
  443. Cambridge, England: Logan's Meadow Local Nature Reserve: Swift Tower (2011, artist Andrew Merritt) (91 kb, 26 May 2012)
  444. Cambridge, England: Lower Park Street: purple Clematis (58 kb, 30 June 2005)
  445. Cambridge, England: Lower Park Street: Wisteria (128 kb, 5 May 2000)
  446. Cambridge, England: Lower Park Street: Wisteria (111 kb, 22 April 2002)
  447. Cambridge, England: Lucy Cavendish College: Bookstack (2001, sculptor Richard Bray) (93 kb, 29 October 2009)
  448. Cambridge, England: Madingley Road: horse (54 kb, 31 March 2002)
  449. Cambridge, England: Magdalene College: Pepys Building (16th-17th century) (71 kb, 7 May 2008)
  450. Cambridge, England: Magdalene Street: Bronze Column (2001, sculptor Michael Fairfax) (109 kb, 26 March 2010)
  451. Cambridge, England: Magdalene Street: Bronze Column (2001, sculptor Michael Fairfax) (110 kb, 26 March 2010)
  452. Cambridge, England: Magdalene Street: bronze flower (2001, sculptor Michael Fairfax) (73 kb, 11 May 2009)
  453. Cambridge, England: Market Square: memorial sculpture for Snowy Farr (2012, sculptor Gary Webb) (67 kb, 10 August 2012)
  454. Cambridge, England: Martin Centre: Bindweed window (109 kb, 28 November 2009)
  455. Cambridge, England: Martin Centre: iris fireplace tiles (42 kb, 28 November 2009)
  456. Cambridge, England: Mayfield Primary School: kangaroo and dragon (commemorating 50th anniversary of school, installed June 2013, sculptor Tony Hillier) (97 kb, 16 June 2013)
  457. Cambridge, England: Midsummer Common: Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastaneum) (98 kb, 21 May 2010)
  458. Cambridge, England: Midsummer Common: view towards Victoria Avenue (78 kb, 6 July 2013)
  459. Cambridge, England: Mill Lane: Beating the Bounds walk, Rogation Sunday (76 kb, 13 May 2012)
  460. Cambridge, England: Mill Pit sluice: angry water (71 kb, 25 December 2012)
  461. Cambridge, England: Mill Road: railway bridge, butterfly (2006, designed by Gemma Crabtree, painted by The Castle Project, and The Cambridge Youth Foyer) (76 kb, 26 May 2013)
  462. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): Ascending Form (Gloria) (1958, sculptor Barbara Hepworth) (107 kb, 29 April 2009)
  463. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): Canning & Eliza House windows (2004-2006, architect R H Partnership) (65 kb, 6 June 2006)
  464. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): Dobbin (1980, sculptor Tessa Pullan) (69 kb, 29 April 2009)
  465. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): Madonna Cascade (1982, artist Rose Garrard) (62 kb, 29 April 2009)
  466. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): Nothing Lasts Forever (1989, sculptor Judith Cowan) (71 kb, 29 April 2009)
  467. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): Plantation (1976, sculptor Austin Wright) (105 kb, 29 April 2009)
  468. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): Skin and Blister (1988, sculptor Judith Cowan) (109 kb, 29 April 2009)
  469. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): spiral staircase (1966, architect Chamberlin, Powell and Bon) (61 kb, 29 April 2009)
  470. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): Three Dung Beetles (2000, sculptor Wendy Taylor) (57 kb, 29 April 2009)
  471. Cambridge, England: Murray Edwards College (was New Hall): Turkhana Woman with Fish (2004, sculptor Vicki Olverson) (60 kb, 29 June 2010)
  472. Cambridge, England: Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology: Baron Anatole von Hügel (1937-1938, sculptor Eric Gill) (68 kb, 3 December 2010)
  473. Cambridge, England: National Cycle Network, Route 11 (Cambridge to Great Shelford): double helix (c 2005) (76 kb, 4 May 2009)
  474. Cambridge, England: National Cycle Network, Route 11 (Cambridge to Great Shelford): Genome Stripes (BRCA2 gene painted on pavement) (2006, artist Katy Hallett) (81 kb, 4 May 2009)
  475. Cambridge, England: National Maritime Museum, Queen's House: walkway (67 kb, 1 December 2012)
  476. Cambridge, England: National Maritime Museum: Nelson's Ship in a Bottle (2010, Yinka Shonibare) (61 kb, 1 December 2012)
  477. Cambridge, England: New Museum Site (old Cavendish laboratory): crocodile relief (1932, sculptor Eric Gill) ( kb, 4 March 2008)
  478. Cambridge, England: New Museum Site (old Cavendish laboratory): Free School Lane entrance (79 kb, 20 April 2008)
  479. Cambridge, England: New Museum Site (old Cavendish laboratory): relief of Ernest Rutherford (1933-1935, sculptor Eric Gill) ( kb, 16 February 2005)
  480. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: beware of everything (d.b, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (72 kb, 25 September 2010)
  481. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: bungee jump (Pahnl, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (75 kb, 25 September 2010)
  482. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: crazy hair (Snub, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (106 kb, 25 September 2010)
  483. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: lion and lava (Dellboy, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (69 kb, 25 September 2010)
  484. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: man (Mr Penfold, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (89 kb, 25 September 2010)
  485. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: pipe smoker (OBE1, Graphik Warfare Crew, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (99 kb, 25 September 2010)
  486. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: Pixelated Woman (Daniel Lumbini, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (77 kb, 25 September 2010)
  487. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: pointing fingers (Fidget, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (101 kb, 25 September 2010)
  488. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: praying (Maya, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (94 kb, 25 September 2010)
  489. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: rose seller (d.b, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (64 kb, 25 September 2010)
  490. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: test tube (Kilo, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (105 kb, 25 September 2010)
  491. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: the legend (Graphik Warfare Crew, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (69 kb, 25 September 2010)
  492. Cambridge, England: Newmarket Road: woman (Blag, 18th-19th September 2010, Blight Society Arts Sub-Urban Secret Jam) (101 kb, 25 September 2010)
  493. Cambridge, England: Newnham College: Esprit (2004, Helaine Blumenfeld) (28 kb, 17 August 2012)
  494. Cambridge, England: Newnham College: gate (1893, designer Basil Champneys, maker Thomas Elsley) (124 kb, 31 May 2009)
  495. Cambridge, England: Newnham College: gate detail (1893, designer Basil Champneys, maker Thomas Elsley) (104 kb, 31 May 2009)
  496. Cambridge, England: Newnham College: Pfeiffer Archway gate detail (1893, designed by Basil Champneys, made by Thomas Elsley) (100 kb, 30 October 2007)
  497. Cambridge, England: Newnham College: Wingless Pair (sculptor Deirdre Hubbard) (76 kb, 9 April 2011)
  498. Cambridge, England: oil rape seed field (124 kb, 23 April 2000)
  499. Cambridge, England: Old Schools and Senate House: view (76 kb, 12 May 2008)
  500. Cambridge, England: Old Schools: light show: 800 years old (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (70 kb, 16 January 2009)
  501. Cambridge, England: Old Schools: light show: double helix and blood (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (83 kb, 14 January 2009)
  502. Cambridge, England: Orchard Park Community Primary School: decorative gate (2007-2008, artist Adam Booth, Pipers Forge; architect Mouchel Group) (85 kb, 30 December 2008)
  503. Cambridge, England: Orchard Park: Premier Inn, coloured glass sculpture (2008-2009, sculptor Chris Wood) (50 kb, 2 May 2009)
  504. Cambridge, England: Orchard Park: The Banana Neighbourhood Arts Unit (2007, artist Maya) (70 kb, 2 May 2009)
  505. Cambridge, England: Orchard Park: The Banana Neighbourhood Arts Unit, blue figure (2009, artist Maya) (69 kb, 29 August 2009)
  506. Cambridge, England: Orchard Park: The Banana Neighbourhood Arts Unit, detail (2007, artist Maya) (61 kb, 2 May 2009)
  507. Cambridge, England: Orchard Park: The Banana Neighbourhood Arts Unit, girl and banana (2007, artist Maya) (41 kb, 29 August 2009)
  508. Cambridge, England: Paradise Street: Guthrie Court door (2008, architect Hadley Design Associates) (89 kb, 18 October 2008)
  509. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece (Park Terrace): Hobbs Pavilion mosaic ('Act Locally', 2000, CamLETS) (104 kb, 15 April 2009)
  510. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece (Parkside): Common Lime Trees (Tilia x europaea) branches (planted 1868) (103 kb, 3 December 2008)
  511. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece (Parkside): Common Lime Trees (Tilia x europaea), spring (planted 1868) (76 kb, 20 April 2009)
  512. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece (Parkside): Common Lime Trees (Tilia x europaea), winter (planted 1868) (76 kb, 7 December 2008)
  513. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece (Parkside): Common Lime Trees (Tilia x europaea), winter (planted 1868) (94 kb, 25 December 2010)
  514. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece, Cambridge on Ice: skaters (Sadie Few, Adam Arthur Webb, Sopie Washbourne) (67 kb, 25 December 2010)
  515. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece, Cambridge on Ice: St John's College chapel (Sadie Few, Adam Arthur Webb, Sopie Washbourne) (67 kb, 25 December 2010)
  516. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece, Cambridge on Ice: tree (Sadie Few, Adam Arthur Webb, Sopie Washbourne) (74 kb, 25 December 2010)
  517. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece: Tour de France, chicken 'paella' and other cooked food (95 kb, 7 July 2014)
  518. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece: Tour de France, French cured sausages and hams (98 kb, 7 July 2014)
  519. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece: Tour de France, French duck confit being cooked (80 kb, 7 July 2014)
  520. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece: Tour de France, French garlic (95 kb, 7 July 2014)
  521. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece: Tour de France, French pastry (patisserie) (123 kb, 7 July 2014)
  522. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece: Tour de France, main stage signs and police helicopter (52 kb, 7 July 2014)
  523. Cambridge, England: Parker's Piece: Tour de France, olives (89 kb, 7 July 2014)
  524. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: chapel ceiling (63 kb, 17 April 2007)
  525. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: chapel organ (80 kb, 2 May 2007)
  526. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: chapel wall decoration (40 kb, 17 April 2007)
  527. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: dining hall, ceiling medallion (39 kb, 10 September 2012)
  528. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: dining hall, interior (1875-1877, Alfred Waterhouse) (84 kb, 10 September 2012)
  529. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: library stained glass window (2001, by Hans Gottfried von Stockhausen) (135 kb, 12 March 2002)
  530. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: Pink Poppy (Papaver) (63 kb, 3 June 2002)
  531. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: Plane tree (Platanus) bark (115 kb, 12 March 2002)
  532. Cambridge, England: Pembroke College: Plane trees (Platanus) at dusk (151 kb, 28 March 2002)
  533. Cambridge, England: Perse Way: ice pattern on car window (98 kb, 14 January 2009)
  534. Cambridge, England: Perse Way: light pink cherry blossoms (120 kb, 21 March 2014)
  535. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Burrough's Building, entrance (94 kb, 27 June 2012)
  536. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel reredos (frame 1731-2, Pietà late 15th c.) (81 kb, 4 September 2002)
  537. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel stained glass window, Abraham sacrificing Isaac (1850s, overall design by Max Emanuel Ainmiller, figures largely work of Claudius Schraudolph and Heinrich von Hess, Royal School of Glass Painting, Munich) (85 kb, 2 April 2009)
  538. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel stained glass window, Birth of Jesus (1850s, overall design by Max Emanuel Ainmiller, figures largely work of Claudius Schraudolph and Heinrich von Hess, Royal School of Glass Painting, Munich) (97 kb, 2 April 2009)
  539. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel stained glass window, Crucifixion (1639, probably work of Bernard Van Linge, follows a painting of the Crucifixion by Rubens, 'Le Coup de Lance') (110 kb, 2 April 2009)
  540. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel stained glass window, Moses and Ten Commandments (1850s, overall design by Max Emanuel Ainmiller, figures largely work of Claudius Schraudolph and Heinrich von Hess, Royal School of Glass Painting, Munich) (89 kb, 2 April 2009)
  541. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel stained glass window, Resurrection (1850s, overall design by Max Emanuel Ainmiller, figures largely work of Claudius Schraudolph and Heinrich von Hess, Royal School of Glass Painting, Munich) (80 kb, 2 April 2009)
  542. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel stained glass window, Sermon on the Mount (1850s, overall design by Max Emanuel Ainmiller, figures largely work of Claudius Schraudolph and Heinrich von Hess, Royal School of Glass Painting, Munich) (96 kb, 2 April 2009)
  543. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel stained glass window, St Paul before Felix (1850s, overall design by Max Emanuel Ainmiller, figures largely work of Claudius Schraudolph and Heinrich von Hess, Royal School of Glass Painting, Munich) (89 kb, 2 April 2009)
  544. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel stained glass window, St Peter and blind beggar (1850s, overall design by Max Emanuel Ainmiller, figures largely work of Claudius Schraudolph and Heinrich von Hess, Royal School of Glass Painting, Munich) (87 kb, 2 April 2009)
  545. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: chapel stained glass window, stoning of St Stephen (1850s, overall design by Max Emanuel Ainmiller, figures largely work of Claudius Schraudolph and Heinrich von Hess, Royal School of Glass Painting, Munich) (82 kb, 2 April 2009)
  546. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Combination Room window, Ariadne and Lucrece (1869, Edward Burne-Jones) (101 kb, 26 June 2012)
  547. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Combination Room window, Cleopatra and Dido (1869, Edward Burne-Jones) (117 kb, 26 June 2012)
  548. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Combination Room window, Hypermnestra and Phyllis (1869, Edward Burne-Jones) (94 kb, 26 June 2012)
  549. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Combination Room window, Hypsipyle and Medea (1869, Edward Burne-Jones) (98 kb, 26 June 2012)
  550. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Combination Room window, Love and Martyrdom (??) (Edward Burne-Jones) (104 kb, 26 June 2012)
  551. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Combination Room window, Thisbe and Philomela (Edward Burne-Jones) (100 kb, 26 June 2012)
  552. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: cypress with red male flowers (112 kb, 12 April 2006)
  553. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Deer Park armillary sphere (installed 2004) (109 kb, 1 April 2009)
  554. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Deer Park daffodils (161 kb, 1 April 2009)
  555. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Hall window, Francis Bacon and Isaac Newton (1870, Ford Madox Brown) (86 kb, 26 June 2012)
  556. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Hall window, Homer and Aristotle with chameleon (1870, Ford Madox Brown) (80 kb, 26 June 2012)
  557. Cambridge, England: Peterhouse: Master's Lodge gate detail (made 1928) (138 kb, 7 March 2008)
  558. Cambridge, England: Physics of Medicine: double helix sculpture (2008, Charlie Whinney Associates, with Ramboll Whitby Bird) (65 kb, 20 September 2008)
  559. Cambridge, England: Queens' College: chapel interior (93 kb, 22 March 2011)
  560. Cambridge, England: Queen's College: Old Court, cupola (51 kb, 2 May 2007)
  561. Cambridge, England: Queens' College: old dining hall ceiling (1875, designed by G.F. Bodley, executed by F.R. Leach, restored 1961) (160 kb, 11 August 2006)
  562. Cambridge, England: Queens' College: old dining hall wall, arch and ceiling decoration (1875, designed by G.F. Bodley, executed by F.R. Leach, restored 1961) (126 kb, 11 August 2006)
  563. Cambridge, England: Queens' College: old dining hall, angel (95 kb, 11 August 2006)
  564. Cambridge, England: Queens' College: old dining hall, angel (104 kb, 10 September 2012)
  565. Cambridge, England: Queens' College: sundial (91 kb, 15 June 2000)
  566. Cambridge, England: Riverside Bridge: central span (2007-2008, designer and engineer Ramboll Whitbybird) (70 kb, 1 July 2008)
  567. Cambridge, England: Riverside Bridge: seating area (2007-2008, artist Gerry Judah, engineer Ramboll Whitbybird) (112 kb, 2 May 2009)
  568. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: altar (84 kb, 16 February 2011)
  569. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: altar cloth (89 kb, 16 February 2011)
  570. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel door (c1980, J Steiger) (108 kb, 5 June 2006)
  571. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel door detail (c1980, J Steiger) (85 kb, 13 December 2007)
  572. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel large window detail (c1980, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (123 kb, 13 December 2007)
  573. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel large window detail (c1980, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (132 kb, 13 December 2007)
  574. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel large window detail (c1980, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (116 kb, 16 February 2011)
  575. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel small window (c1980, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (94 kb, 13 December 2007)
  576. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel small window detail (Adam and Eve) (c1980, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (67 kb, 30 October 2012)
  577. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: chapel small window detail (Mother and Child) (c1980, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (101 kb, 13 December 2007)
  578. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: Chapel, altar cloth (93 kb, 22 January 2014)
  579. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: Chapel, interior (87 kb, 22 January 2014)
  580. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: Conversing Figures (2008, sculptor Cristophe Gordon-Brown) (168 kb, 2 June 2009)
  581. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: Descent from the Cross (John Piper) (62 kb, 16 February 2011)
  582. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: Finback (2008, sculptor Ben Barrell) (110 kb, 29 April 2009)
  583. Cambridge, England: Robinson College: Sailing into the Future (2007, sculptor Philip de Koning) (152 kb, 1 June 2009)
  584. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: 1954 red Chevrolet (110 kb, 29 September 2012)
  585. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: African Daisy, Cape Daisy (Osteospermum) (52 kb, 28 April 2009)
  586. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Angus (the cat) playing on rusty barrel (51 kb, 21 February 2009)
  587. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Angus (the young cat) not sure what to do after jumping into the bird feeder (84 kb, 15 March 2009)
  588. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: apple blossoms (39 kb, 23 April 2014)
  589. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: autumn leaves on ground (126 kb, 11 November 2007)
  590. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Azara microphylla (68 kb, 15 March 2008)
  591. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Azara microphylla (85 kb, 8 March 2014)
  592. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: bee sucking honey (72 kb, 3 July 2001)
  593. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: blackberry flower (40 kb, 13 June 2007)
  594. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: brown mushrooms (127 kb, 17 May 2014)
  595. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: catnep (86 kb, 16 April 2011)
  596. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: catnip (catnep, catmint) (Nepeta cataria) (83 kb, 5 April 2009)
  597. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: cherry tree in flower (95 kb, 1 April 2012)
  598. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: clump of small spiders (60 kb, 14 May 2014)
  599. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Common Laburnum (Laburnum anagyroides, Laburnum vulgare) (131 kb, 24 May 2013)
  600. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Common Walnut Tree (Juglans regia) (213 kb, 13 May 2003)
  601. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Common Walnut Tree (Juglans regia), young leaves (40 kb, 28 April 2009)
  602. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: conifer through faceted window (114 kb, 18 January 2004)
  603. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Coprinus micaceus mushroom (89 kb, 2 November 2013)
  604. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Corkscrew (Contorted) Willow (Salix matsudana 'Tortuosa') in early spring (80 kb, 2 March 2003)
  605. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Corkscrew (Contorted) Willow (Salix matsudana 'Tortuosa') in summer (80 kb, 12 July 2002)
  606. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Czarek (the cat) trying to be inconspicuous in bird feeder (92 kb, 18 May 2003)
  607. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: daffodil (50 kb, 25 March 2010)
  608. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: dandelion (46 kb, 5 April 2008)
  609. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Day lily leaves (102 kb, 17 April 2011)
  610. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Day lily leaves (76 kb, 10 March 2014)
  611. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: early morning clouds (80 kb, 2 November 2006)
  612. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: elderflower (Sambucus) (84 kb, 6 June 2008)
  613. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: (English) robin (106 kb, 5 April 2002)
  614. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: European (or English) Daisies (Bellis perennis) (148 kb, 2 May 2005)
  615. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) (78 kb, 4 July 2003)
  616. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Faris relaxing on his zebra blanket (104 kb, 24 April 2011)
  617. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Faris (the cat) relaxing on chair (72 kb, 24 May 2008)
  618. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: footprints in frosted grass (206 kb, 27 December 2008)
  619. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: footprints in the snow (139 kb, 8 January 2010)
  620. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Forget-me-not (Myosotis) (42 kb, 23 April 2005)
  621. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: frogs mating in pond (116 kb, 10 March 2000)
  622. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: frost on car (194 kb, 12 December 2012)
  623. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: frozen water drops (194 kb, 12 February 2009)
  624. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Grape Hyacinth (Muscari) (76 kb, 30 March 2014)
  625. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: greenish fly on Gerbera (74 kb, 27 June 2005)
  626. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: hawthorn flowers (52 kb, 24 April 2011)
  627. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: hedgehog eating cat food (128 kb, 14 June 2014)
  628. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Hollyhock (Althaea rosea, Althaea chinensis) (59 kb, 28 July 2002)
  629. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Honesty (Lunaria annua or biennis) (58 kb, 14 April 2005)
  630. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Honesty (Lunaria annua or biennis) with variegated flowers (50 kb, 27 April 2006)
  631. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Horse Chestnut (Aesculus), young leaves (88 kb, 30 April 2009)
  632. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Iris reticulata (57 kb, 16 March 2010)
  633. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Laburnum blossoms (88 kb, 28 April 2014)
  634. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: lights (60 kb, 6 March 2002)
  635. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Love-in-a-mist (Nigella damascena) (45 kb, 13 June 2007)
  636. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Mahonia berries (91 kb, 8 May 2014)
  637. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Mahonia japonica (65 kb, 1 March 2009)
  638. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Mahonia, berries (94 kb, 9 May 2009)
  639. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Mangus (the cat) and hedgehog eating together (90 kb, 14 June 2014)
  640. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Misty (the cat) sleeping (54 kb, 19 February 2000)
  641. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Murmur (the cat) guarding the bird house (94 kb, June 1991)
  642. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Murmur (the cat) in apple tree (90 kb, February 1993)
  643. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: orange Daylily (46 kb, 3 July 2005)
  644. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Osteospermum (42 kb, 30 June 2005)
  645. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: pale pink rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) flowers (63 kb, 1 March 2009)
  646. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: purple Aubrietia (98 kb, 31 March 2009)
  647. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Red Admiral butterfly (Vanessa atalanta) (98 kb, 25 October 2009)
  648. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: reflection of lights in fridge (41 kb, 28 December 2010)
  649. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Ricky (the old cat) asleep on the bench in the early Spring sun (97 kb, 7 March 2009)
  650. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Rosa Mundi (48 kb, 18 June 2006)
  651. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: rose hips (111 kb, 22 September 2008)
  652. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: small frog on water hyacinth (45 kb, 29 April 2007)
  653. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: snail on the move (41 kb, 26 June 2014)
  654. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: suburban fox enjoying his sunny suburban garden (98 kb, 1 February 2014)
  655. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) with hoverflies (69 kb, 20 July 2001)
  656. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: sunrise (54 kb, 10 December 2010)
  657. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: sunrise (53 kb, 5 December 2013)
  658. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: sunset (143 kb, 22 September 2003)
  659. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: sunset (38 kb, 17 August 2011)
  660. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: tree shadow on shed (86 kb, 7 April 2001)
  661. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: water drops on smooth metallic surface (126 kb, 4 March 2008)
  662. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: water drops on smooth metallic surface (152 kb, 7 March 2008)
  663. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: white cherry blossoms (118 kb, 24 March 2014)
  664. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: White lilac (Syringa vulgaris) (63 kb, 30 April 2002)
  665. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: Winston (the cat) playing (71 kb, 26 January 2001)
  666. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: winter sunset (68 kb, 6 January 2010)
  667. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: woman walking down the road reading a book and pushing a chair (88 kb, 14 August 2011)
  668. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: yellow crocus (47 kb, 15 March 2010)
  669. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: young walnut (Juglans) fruits (35 kb, 13 June 2007)
  670. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: young walnut (Juglans) leaves (44 kb, 18 May 2008)
  671. Cambridge, England: Roseford Road: young walnut (Juglans) leaves (48 kb, 16 April 2011)
  672. Cambridge, England: Scott Polar Research Institute: drawing of Antarctica on dome ceiling (1934, Macdonald Gill) (64 kb, 13 January 2011)
  673. Cambridge, England: Scott Polar Research Institute: drawing of Arctic on dome ceiling (1934, Macdonald Gill) (64 kb, 14 January 2011)
  674. Cambridge, England: Scott Polar Research Institute: Youth (1920, sculptor Kathleen Scott) (109 kb, 26 March 2010)
  675. Cambridge, England: Sedgwick Museum of Geology: cupola (1904-1911, architect T.G. Jackson) (72 kb, 3 March 2008)
  676. Cambridge, England: Sedgwick Museum, Downing Site: bear at bottom of stairs (1904,) (114 kb, 4 June 2009)
  677. Cambridge, England: Selwyn College: Ascension (1958, Karin Jonzen) (56 kb, 20 April 2011)
  678. Cambridge, England: Selwyn College: chapel, border decoration in entrance hall (144 kb, 20 April 2011)
  679. Cambridge, England: Selwyn College: chapel, choir stalls (98 kb, 14 April 2011)
  680. Cambridge, England: Selwyn College: Old Court, The Selwyn Sundial (2010) (98 kb, 20 April 2011)
  681. Cambridge, England: Senate House: bathed in blue light at night (45 kb, 24 November 2009)
  682. Cambridge, England: Senate House: ceiling (1722-1730, architect James Gibbs) (61 kb, 1 December 2009)
  683. Cambridge, England: Senate House: lamp post (70 kb, 9 April 2008)
  684. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: 800 years old (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (70 kb, 16 January 2010)
  685. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: 800 years old (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (67 kb, 17 January 2009)
  686. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: anatomy (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (81 kb, 14 January 2009)
  687. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: art and anatomy (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (66 kb, 16 January 2010)
  688. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: art and anatomy (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (67 kb, 16 January 2010)
  689. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: Buddha (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (69 kb, 16 January 2009)
  690. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: cell dividing (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (76 kb, 16 January 2010)
  691. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: Charles Darwin and evolutionary tree (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (66 kb, 17 January 2009)
  692. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: Charles Darwin on a Galapagos giant tortoise (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton, illustration Quentin Blake) (56 kb, 17 January 2009)
  693. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: cherry cube cocktail (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (61 kb, 16 January 2009)
  694. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: Cupid and Venus (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (65 kb, 16 January 2010)
  695. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: dance (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (61 kb, 16 January 2010)
  696. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: false colour map of something (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (74 kb, 16 January 2009)
  697. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: false colour map of something (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (84 kb, 16 January 2009)
  698. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: Isaac Newton and his apple tree (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton, illustration Quentin Blake) (65 kb, 16 January 2009)
  699. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: Isaac Newton's prism (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton, illustration Quentin Blake) (60 kb, 16 January 2009)
  700. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: John Milton and his writing (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (61 kb, 17 January 2009)
  701. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: Jupiter, the moon and Stephen Hawking (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (57 kb, 16 January 2009)
  702. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: Martyrdom of St Sebastian and two skeletons (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (70 kb, 16 January 2010)
  703. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: mechanical computer (Difference Engine No 2, designed by Charles Babbage) (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (63 kb, 16 January 2009)
  704. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: medieval manuscripts (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (83 kb, 17 January 2009)
  705. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: modelling and sex words (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (84 kb, 16 January 2010)
  706. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: music and science words (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (84 kb, 16 January 2010)
  707. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: planet and cells (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (68 kb, 16 January 2010)
  708. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: planet and stars (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (65 kb, 16 January 2010)
  709. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: science words (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (87 kb, 16 January 2010)
  710. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: sound and science (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (87 kb, 16 January 2010)
  711. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: stained glass (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton) (86 kb, 16 January 2010)
  712. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: Transforming Tomorrow (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton, illustration Quentin Blake) (65 kb, 16 January 2010)
  713. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: Transforming Tomorrow (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 16-18 January 2010, light artist Ross Ashton, illustration Quentin Blake) (61 kb, 16 January 2010)
  714. Cambridge, England: Senate House: light show: two micro-organisms (Cambridge University 800th anniversary light show, officially 17-19 January 2009, light artist Ross Ashton) (54 kb, 16 January 2009)
  715. Cambridge, England: Senate House: Warwick Vase (copy of marble Roman original) (77 kb, 30 June 2000)
  716. Cambridge, England: Senate House: Warwick Vase detail (copy of marble Roman original) (96 kb, 30 June 2005)
  717. Cambridge, England: Sheep's Green (Coe Fen): view, early spring (65 kb, 6 April 2011)
  718. Cambridge, England: Sheep's Green (Coe Fen): view, early summer (73 kb, 1 June 2009)
  719. Cambridge, England: Sheep's Green (Coe Fen): view, late spring (93 kb, 8 May 2009)
  720. Cambridge, England: Sheep's Green (Coe Fen): view, late summer (73 kb, 28 August 2008)
  721. Cambridge, England: Sheep's Green (Coe Fen): view, summer (83 kb, 11 July 2010)
  722. Cambridge, England: Sherlock Close: spiral stairs (1960, James and Bywaters) (71 kb, 23 May 2010)
  723. Cambridge, England: Sidgwick Site: Span (1967, sculptor Phillip King) (73 kb, 31 May 2009)
  724. Cambridge, England: Sidney Street, Lloyds TSB Bank: clock face (1890-1893, architect Alfred Waterhouse) (107 kb, 26 December 2007)
  725. Cambridge, England: Sidney Street, Lloyds TSB Bank: column tiles (1890-1893, architect Alfred Waterhouse) (87 kb, 1 October 2013)
  726. Cambridge, England: Sidney Street, Lloyds TSB Bank: dome (1890-1893, architect Alfred Waterhouse) (95 kb, 4 June 2011)
  727. Cambridge, England: Sidney Street, Lloyds TSB Bank: tiled floor (1890-1893, architect Alfred Waterhouse) (116 kb, 26 March 2002)
  728. Cambridge, England: Sidney Street, Lloyds TSB Bank: wall tile (1890-1893, architect Alfred Waterhouse) (81 kb, 1 October 2013)
  729. Cambridge, England: Sidney Street, Lloyds TSB Bank: wall tiles (1890-1893, architect Alfred Waterhouse) (94 kb, 1 October 2013)
  730. Cambridge, England: Sidney Street: angel carving (1935, architect Munro Cautley and Barefoot) (116 kb, 9 January 2010)
  731. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: car park gate (2005, artist Oliver Russell, commissioned by Pleasance Hookham and Nix as part of work on Blundell Court) (90 kb, 17 April 2009)
  732. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: chapel, Annunciation (130 kb, 21 June 2013)
  733. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: chapel, Ascension (143 kb, 21 June 2013)
  734. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: chapel, interior (83 kb, 7 December 2013)
  735. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: chapel, Pietà (139 kb, 21 June 2013)
  736. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: chapel, woodwork (108 kb, 7 December 2013)
  737. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: double rainbow (58 kb, 26 March 2010)
  738. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: Mother and Child (72 kb, 11 March 2014)
  739. Cambridge, England: Sidney Sussex College: wisteria (80 kb, 27 April 2007)
  740. Cambridge, England: St Andrew's Church, Chesterton: main window (111 kb, 11 April 2007)
  741. Cambridge, England: St Andrew's Church, Chesterton: oak bench carving of griffin (71 kb, 11 April 2007)
  742. Cambridge, England: St Andrew's Church, Chesterton: oak bench carving of lion (?) (51 kb, 11 April 2007)
  743. Cambridge, England: St Andrew's Church, Chesterton: stained glass window (136 kb, 11 April 2007)
  744. Cambridge, England: St Andrew's Church: oak bench carving of horned creature (73 kb, 2 May 2009)
  745. Cambridge, England: St Andrew's Church: The Last Judgement (Doom Painting) (mid to late 15th century) (69 kb, 2 May 2009)
  746. Cambridge, England: St Andrew's Street Baptist Church: World War I memorial window (Bunyan Window) (107 kb, 3 June 2011)
  747. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: Annunciation, Gabriel (rood screen, 1867, George Frederick Bodley?) (77 kb, 31 May 2013)
  748. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: Annunciation, Mary (rood screen, 1867, George Frederick Bodley?) (77 kb, 31 May 2013)
  749. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: chancel east window (118 kb, 30 May 2011)
  750. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: chancel north window (c1900, St Botolph between St Bernard and St Margaret) (106 kb, 3 May 2008)
  751. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: north aisle north window (1888, Faith, Charity and Hope, painted by R.R. Vyvyan) (114 kb, 3 May 2008)
  752. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: north aisle window, Pelican detail (1889, Kempe) (104 kb, 5 June 2007)
  753. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: octagonal cover and canopy (1637) over medieval font (59 kb, 3 May 2008)
  754. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: roof (1872, Frederick Leach; angels, possibly 1880s, Godfrey Gray) (93 kb, 30 May 2011)
  755. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: south chapel window, St George (1922, Rachel Tancock) (97 kb, 30 May 2011)
  756. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: south chapel window, St George and St Michael (1922, Rachel Tancock) (104 kb, 28 May 2007)
  757. Cambridge, England: St Botolph's Church: south chapel window, St Michael (1922, Rachel Tancock) (97 kb, 30 May 2011)
  758. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: chapel interior (80 kb, 7 June 2007)
  759. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: chapel interior (71 kb, 27 May 2013)
  760. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: chapel window (St Christopher and St Catharine) (109 kb, 16 March 2002)
  761. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: chapel, WWI (Great War) memorial window (1923, artist Leonard Pownell) (115 kb, 4 June 2007)
  762. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: McGrath Centre, bar seating (2011-2013, architect R H Partnership) (77 kb, 11 June 2013)
  763. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: McGrath Centre, outside seating (2011-2013, architect R H Partnership) (89 kb, 11 June 2013)
  764. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: McGrath Centre, seating (2011-2013, architect R H Partnership) (53 kb, 11 June 2013)
  765. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: McGrath Centre, stairs (2011-2013, architect R H Partnership) (53 kb, 11 June 2013)
  766. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: McGrath Centre, stairs (2011-2013, architect R H Partnership) (52 kb, 11 June 2013)
  767. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: new chapel window, Wisdom (2012, Thomas Denny) (127 kb, 6 October 2012)
  768. Cambridge, England: St Catharine's College: white peony (50 kb, 1 May 2014)
  769. Cambridge, England: St Eligius Street: doors (85 kb, 8 March 2002)
  770. Cambridge, England: St Giles Church: crucifixion, WWI memorial (1920, architect Bodley and Hare) (30 kb, 11 May 2009)
  771. Cambridge, England: St Giles's Church: altar and reredos (108 kb, 10 June 2011)
  772. Cambridge, England: St Giles's Church: altar and rood screen (98 kb, 10 June 2011)
  773. Cambridge, England: St Giles's Church: Henry VI (Heaton, Butler and Bayne) (109 kb, 14 June 2011)
  774. Cambridge, England: St Giles's Church: King Alfred (Heaton, Butler and Bayne) (98 kb, 10 June 2011)
  775. Cambridge, England: St Giles's Church: rood screen panel, David (89 kb, 14 June 2011)
  776. Cambridge, England: St Giles's Church: rood screen panel, St Monica (84 kb, 14 June 2011)
  777. Cambridge, England: St Giles's Church: St Athanasius (Heaton, Butler and Bayne) (94 kb, 10 June 2011)
  778. Cambridge, England: St Giles's Church: St Edward Confessor (Heaton, Butler and Bayne) (99 kb, 14 June 2011)
  779. Cambridge, England: St John's College: coat of arms (William Gilbert) (1939, sculptor Vernon Hill) (99 kb, 8 June 2009)
  780. Cambridge, England: St John's College: coat of arms with two angels (1939, sculptor Eric Gill) (99 kb, 11 May 2009)
  781. Cambridge, England: St John's College: coat of arms with yales (1939, sculptor Vernon Hill) (103 kb, 8 June 2009)
  782. Cambridge, England: St John's College: eagle above gate pier (1939, sculptor Charles Wheeler) (98 kb, 8 June 2009)
  783. Cambridge, England: St John's College: entrance ceiling (87 kb, 18 January 2005)
  784. Cambridge, England: St John's College: entrance gate (2009, landscape architect Edward Hutchinson, maker Crofton Engineering) (111 kb, 6 July 2009)
  785. Cambridge, England: St John's College: gate flower decoration (1939) (47 kb, 8 June 2009)
  786. Cambridge, England: St John's College: gate to Chapel Court (art deco, 1938-1940, Edward Maufe) (90 kb, 2 April 2005)
  787. Cambridge, England: St John's College: keystone, snake in chalice (1939, sculptor Eric Gill) (71 kb, 15 January 2010)
  788. Cambridge, England: St John's College: keystone, snake in chalice (so poisoned chalice of St John) (1939, sculptor Eric Gill) (98 kb, 9 June 2009)
  789. Cambridge, England: St John's College: main gate decoration (119 kb, 1 February 2005)
  790. Cambridge, England: St John's College: old Divinity building, decoration over door (87 kb, 4 October 2012)
  791. Cambridge, England: St John's College: old Divinity building, entrance (102 kb, 4 October 2012)
  792. Cambridge, England: St John's College: yule above gate pier (1939, sculptor A.F. Hardiman) (111 kb, 6 July 2009)
  793. Cambridge, England: St Michael's Church: altar cloth (72 kb, 4 June 2011)
  794. Cambridge, England: St Philip's Church: graffiti on old entrance (2008, artist Maya) (67 kb, 21 June 2009)
  795. Cambridge, England: Station Road, CB1 sales office: Ceres (1962, William Bloye) (66 kb, 23 August 2012)
  796. Cambridge, England: Station Road: Microsoft Building, windows (2011-2012, Chetwoods Architects) (79 kb, 18 December 2013)
  797. Cambridge, England: Thompson's Lane, Varsity Hotel: Helix (2011, Christophe Gordon-Brown) ( kb, 21 June 2011)
  798. Cambridge, England: Trinity College Science Park: Q.ton Forum (1999-2000, architect The Charter Partnership) (119 kb, 1 October 2000)
  799. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: brass floor plaque (William John Beaumont, died 6 Aug 1868) (98 kb, 3 June 2013)
  800. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: chapel ceiling (102 kb, 1 February 2005)
  801. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: chapel interior (88 kb, 19 May 2007)
  802. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: chapel organ (90 kb, 19 May 2007)
  803. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: chapel wood carving (100 kb, 25 July 2002)
  804. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: chapel, door ironwork (110 kb, 29 December 2013)
  805. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: crocuses along The Avenue (171 kb, 6 March 2009)
  806. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: crocuses along The Avenue (159 kb, 26 February 2014)
  807. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: detail of Great Gate decoration (94 kb, 23 May 2008)
  808. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: dining hall interior detail (139 kb, 11 May 2002)
  809. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: dining hall interior (with portrait of Henry VIII) (101 kb, 11 May 2002)
  810. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Great Court fountain detail (soldier with crossbow and sword, c1600) (119 kb, 27 June 2008)
  811. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Great Court fountain in fog (27 kb, 13 February 2008)
  812. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Hermes? (82 kb, 2 February 2010)
  813. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: installation of new Master, Greg Winter (at right) (87 kb, 2 October 2012)
  814. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Lime (Tilia) tree tops on The Avenue (123 kb, 28 December 2004)
  815. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Lime (Tilia) trees with new leaves, along The Avenue (176 kb, 2 May 2008)
  816. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Nevile's Court cloister (57 kb, 2 March 2009)
  817. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Nevile's Gate, top (showing royal seal) (63 kb, 3 May 2008)
  818. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Olympic Torch Relay, Great Court, first and second torch bearers (72 kb, 8 July 2012)
  819. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Olympic Torch Relay, Great Court, first torch bearer (92 kb, 8 July 2012)
  820. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Olympic Torch Relay, Great Court, first torch bearer running (77 kb, 8 July 2012)
  821. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Olympic Torch Relay, second torch bearer on punt (92 kb, 8 July 2012)
  822. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: purple crocus (46 kb, 15 March 2010)
  823. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: purple crocuses at bottom of The Avenue (150 kb, 28 February 2009)
  824. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: purple crocuses at bottom of The Avenue (146 kb, 28 February 2009)
  825. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: side entrance (110 kb, 1 January 2010)
  826. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: statue of Alfred, Lord Tennyson in chapel (1909, sculptor Hamo Thornycroft) (48 kb, 3 June 2013)
  827. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: statue of Francis Bacon in chapel (1845, sculptor Henry Weekes) (49 kb, 3 June 2013)
  828. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: statue of Isaac Barrow in chapel (1858, sculptor Matthew Noble) (48 kb, 3 June 2013)
  829. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: statue of Isaac Newton in chapel (1755, sculptor Louis François Roubiliac) (58 kb, 22 April 2005)
  830. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: statue of Isaac Newton in chapel (1755, sculptor Louis François Roubiliac) (67 kb, 3 June 2013)
  831. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: statue of Lord Macaulay in chapel (1868, sculptor Thomas Woolner) (51 kb, 3 June 2013)
  832. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: statue of William Whewell in chapel (1872, sculptor Thomas Woolner) (48 kb, 3 June 2013)
  833. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: The Avenue gate, with Plain (Platanus) trees (139 kb, 2 March 2009)
  834. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: The Avenue in fog (185 kb, 18 November 2002)
  835. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: view down the Avenue (154 kb, 27 December 2009)
  836. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library (1676-1684, Christopher Wren) (67 kb, 3 May 2008)
  837. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library carving (1691-1695, Grinling Gibbons) (95 kb, 17 March 2005)
  838. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library carving (1691-1695, Grinling Gibbons) (92 kb, 17 March 2005)
  839. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library gate ironwork (101 kb, 23 December 2004)
  840. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library interior (82 kb, 19 June 2007)
  841. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library reflected in Cam at sunset (French Impressionist style) (98 kb, 3 July 2006)
  842. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library stained and enamelled glass window (Isaac Newton being presented to George III with Francis Bacon looking on) (1771, designed by Giovanni Battista Cipriani, made by Peckitt of York) (83 kb, 19 June 2007)
  843. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library, arches and columns (72 kb, 22 February 2002)
  844. Cambridge, England: Trinity College: Wren Library, pediment ('Ptolemy II receiving the Septuagint from the Translators', c 1679) (53 kb, 23 March 2008)
  845. Cambridge, England: Trinity Hall: Dream (2002, sculptor Michael Dan Archer) (96 kb, 6 June 2009)
  846. Cambridge, England: Trinity Hall: front entrance (76 kb, 27 December 2009)
  847. Cambridge, England: Trinity Hall: Twelve (2006, sculptor Jonathan Clarke) (136 kb, 6 June 2009)
  848. Cambridge, England: Trumpington Street: ivy in autumn red (164 kb, 10 October 2004)
  849. Cambridge, England: University Library: Ex Libris (2009, sculptor Harry Gray, The Carving Workshop) (92 kb, 15 December 2009)
  850. Cambridge, England: Victoria Avenue: Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) flowers (74 kb, 24 April 2007)
  851. Cambridge, England: War Memorial, Hills Road: Coming Home (1922, sculptor R. Tait Mackenzie) (86 kb, 4 May 2009)
  852. Cambridge, England: War Memorial, Hills Road: plinth detail (1922) (98 kb, 4 May 2009)
  853. Cambridge, England: Warwick Road: pink Clematis (71 kb, 23 May 2013)
  854. Cambridge, England: Water Street: Green Dragon pub (100 kb, 31 May 2000)
  855. Cambridge, England: West Cambridge site: cranes (40 kb, 5 March 2014)

London:

  1. London, England: 1 New Oxford Street: corner of building (art deco) (74 kb, 24 September 2007)
  2. London, England: 1-3 Willow Road (Hampstead): view (1939, Ernö Goldfinger) (84 kb, 21 September 2008)
  3. London, England: 120 Fleet Street (former Daily Express Building): east wall sculpture (1932, designed by Robert Atkinson) (120 kb, 21 September 2002)
  4. London, England: 120 Fleet Street (former Daily Express Building): star burst ceiling (1932, designed by Robert Atkinson) (90 kb, 21 September 2002)
  5. London, England: 44 Willoughby Road: view (2012, Mark Guard Architects) (51 kb, 9 August 2013)
  6. London, England: 49-50 New Bond Street: windows (2008-2009, architect Eric Parry Architects) (79 kb, 14 December 2009)
  7. London, England: 64 Heath Drive, Romford: view (1934, Berthold Lubetkin and Francis Skinner, Tecton; top right room is extension dating from before 1939; bridge is recent addition) (53 kb, 16 September 2007)
  8. London, England: 85-89 Genesta Road (Plumstead): view (1933-1934, Berthold Lubetkin) (72 kb, 21 September 2008)
  9. London, England: anti-war demonstration: best placard ('Make Tea Not War') (71 kb, 15 February 2003)
  10. London, England: anti-war demonstration: Bush as pilot Kong in Dr. Strangelove (92 kb, 15 February 2003)
  11. London, England: Bankside Lofts (corner of Holland Street and Hopton Street): view (converted c1995, Piers Gough of CZWG) (81 kb, 7 June 2014)
  12. London, England: Bankside One (part of Bankside 123) (Southwark Street): view (Allies and Morrison, 2007) (87 kb, 29 July 2007)
  13. London, England: BedZED (Helios Road, Beddington): view (2002, Bill Dunster Architects, with BioRegional) (82 kb, 16 September 2007)
  14. London, England: British Library: view (1977-1998, architect Colin St John Wilson) (81 kb, 5 July 2008)
  15. London, England: British Museum: African acrobat on crocodile (1st century BC or 1st century AD, Roman) (41 kb, 14 December 2009)
  16. London, England: British Museum: an Ugallu, 'Great Lion' (Assyrian, about 700-692 BC, from Nineveh, South-West Palace, Room XXXII, door o) (80 kb, 15 September 2013)
  17. London, England: British Museum: attack on an enemy town (about 865-860 BC, Assyrian, Nimrud, North-West Palace, Room B, Panel 3 (bottom)) (76 kb, 14 December 2009)
  18. London, England: British Museum: Autumn Landscape (Qing Dynasty, 1666, artist Kuncan) (72 kb, 8 April 2014)
  19. London, England: British Museum: 'Bank of England' mosaic (3rd century AD, London) (85 kb, 24 September 2007)
  20. London, England: British Museum: Bank of England mosaic (3rd century AD, London) (102 kb, 17 December 2010)
  21. London, England: British Museum: Bird Jaguar (755-770, Mayan) (90 kb, 14 December 2009)
  22. London, England: British Museum: boar confronting a hunting dog (5th or 6th c AD, from Carthage) (55 kb, 5 July 2008)
  23. London, England: British Museum: box panel with scene of Judas hanging himself and Jesus being crucified (Rome, about 420-430 AD) (91 kb, 16 April 2006)
  24. London, England: British Museum: brass cladding from Benin (probably 16th century) (94 kb, 2 May 2002)
  25. London, England: British Museum: brass cladding from Benin (probably 16th century) (97 kb, 3 July 2004)
  26. London, England: British Museum: coloured inlaid jar (artist Nakao Yasuzumi) (42 kb, 5 July 2008)
  27. London, England: British Museum: detail of engraved glass ewer (Cristalleries de Baccarat, for the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1878) (50 kb, 16 April 2006)
  28. London, England: British Museum: detail of wooden casket with bone panels (first quarter of 15th century, from the Embriachi workshops) (89 kb, 3 July 2004)
  29. London, England: British Museum: diptych leaf with an apotheosis (Rome about AD 400) (88 kb, 16 April 2006)
  30. London, England: British Museum: diptych leaf with archangel (Constantinople, 6th century AD) (66 kb, 16 April 2006)
  31. London, England: British Museum: dish (about 1550-1560, Iznik, Turkey; tulips, hyacinths and daisies) (94 kb, 5 July 2008)
  32. London, England: British Museum: dish (mid-16th century, Iznik, Turkey) (71 kb, 14 December 2009)
  33. London, England: British Museum: dish with carnations, tulips and hyacinths (about 1560-1580, Iznik, Turkey) (81 kb, 14 December 2009)
  34. London, England: British Museum: dish with tulips, saz leaves, rosettes and lotuses (about 1550-1560, Iznik, Turkey) (101 kb, 14 December 2009)
  35. London, England: British Museum: dish, a battle scene at a city gate (Deruta, 1500-1520) (89 kb, 16 April 2006)
  36. London, England: British Museum: dog handle, bronze flagon (about 450 BC, Basse-Yutz, France) (example of 'La Tène' art) (48 kb, 24 September 2007)
  37. London, England: British Museum: dragon tiles (15th-16th c, Ming dynasty, Shanxi Province, China, once decorated roof ridge of small buildings in a temple complex) (103 kb, 5 July 2008)
  38. London, England: British Museum: dragon tiles, detail (15th-16th c, Ming dynasty, Shanxi Province, China, once decorated roof ridge of small buildings in a temple complex) (103 kb, 5 July 2008)
  39. London, England: British Museum: earthenware tile with butterflies on wheat ears (about 1900, designed by Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro) (75 kb, 17 December 2010)
  40. London, England: British Museum: Egyptian coffin lid (c1300 BC) (74 kb, 2 May 2002)
  41. London, England: British Museum: Enlightenment Gallery, ceiling (64 kb, 17 December 2010)
  42. London, England: British Museum: Fascination of Nature (Yuan Dynasty, 1321, artist Xie Chufang) (59 kb, 8 April 2014)
  43. London, England: British Museum: Female ghost (early to mid-1890s, artist Mizuno Toshikata) (46 kb, 8 April 2014)
  44. London, England: British Museum: Fish (Qing Dynasty, 1600s, artist Yuan Shijing) (47 kb, 8 April 2014)
  45. London, England: British Museum: footed bowl (about 1550-1560, Iznik, Turkey; floral design) (101 kb, 5 July 2008)
  46. London, England: British Museum: Fortuna (about 1500-1510, Giovanni Della Robbia, Florence) (55 kb, 17 December 2010)
  47. London, England: British Museum: four earthenware tiles with frogs on lily pads (about 1900, designed by Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro) (74 kb, 17 December 2010)
  48. London, England: British Museum: Ge Hong Moves House (Ming Dynasty, 1500s, artist You Qiu) (71 kb, 8 April 2014)
  49. London, England: British Museum: gilded silver plate with senmurw (head of snarling dog, paws of lion, tail of peacock) (about 7th-9th century AD, possibly from India) (72 kb, 24 September 2007)
  50. London, England: British Museum: goddess Taweret (Late Period, 664-343 BC, Egypt, made from red breccia) (60 kb, 15 September 2013)
  51. London, England: British Museum: gold phiale (libation bowl) decorated in relief with six bulls (about 600 BC, Sicily, under Phoenician influence) (54 kb, 14 December 2009)
  52. London, England: British Museum: Great Court (1999-2000, Norman Foster and Partners and Buro Happold) (91 kb, 3 July 2004)
  53. London, England: British Museum: Great Court roof (1999-2000, Norman Foster and Partners and Buro Happold) (110 kb, 15 February 2003)
  54. London, England: British Museum: Great Court roof (1999-2000, Norman Foster and Partners and Buro Happold) (109 kb, 24 September 2007)
  55. London, England: British Museum: 'Great Torc' (buried around 100 BC, Snettisham) (63 kb, 24 September 2007)
  56. London, England: British Museum: house frontal pole, detail (about 1850, Haida) (41 kb, 14 December 2009)
  57. London, England: British Museum: house frontal pole, detail (about 1850, Haida) (55 kb, 15 September 2013)
  58. London, England: British Museum: Huaxtec female deity, AD 900-1450 (46 kb, 17 December 2010)
  59. London, England: British Museum: Huaxtec female deity, Tlazolteotl (AD 900-1450) (40 kb, 17 December 2010)
  60. London, England: British Museum: Ionic order capital of column in Great Court (showing volutes, and egg and dart decoration) (48 kb, 2 May 2002)
  61. London, England: British Museum: ivory casket from Sri Lanka (about AD 1700) (79 kb, 15 February 2003)
  62. London, England: British Museum: ivory saltcellar from Benin or Nigeria (1400-1600) (68 kb, 2 May 2002)
  63. London, England: British Museum: ivory showing assault upon the Castle of Love (Paris, mid-14th century) (99 kb, 3 July 2004)
  64. London, England: British Museum: Iznik jug (16th-17th century, Turkey) (55 kb, 24 September 2007)
  65. London, England: British Museum: Iznik plate (16th century, Turkey) (79 kb, 16 April 2006)
  66. London, England: British Museum: jack-in-the-pulpit (about 1900, Louis Comfort Tiffany) (39 kb, 17 December 2010)
  67. London, England: British Museum: Jasperware plaque, The Apotheosis of Homer (1786, Wedgewood, designed by J. Flaxman Jnr.) (54 kb, 16 April 2006)
  68. London, England: British Museum: Kakiemon elephant (Hizen ware, Kakiemon style, 1660-1690) (47 kb, 8 April 2014)
  69. London, England: British Museum: King Merenptah tomb (tomb carved 1213-1204 BC, cast made by Joseph Bonomi, 1824-1834, Assyrian, Nimrud) (64 kb, 14 December 2009)
  70. London, England: British Museum: large bowl (2009, artist Imaizumi Imaemon XIV) (56 kb, 8 April 2014)
  71. London, England: British Museum: large feather leaves bowl (2013, artist Hosono Hitomi) (72 kb, 8 April 2014)
  72. London, England: British Museum: large vase with decorative fissures (1979, Matsui Kōsei) (72 kb, 24 September 2007)
  73. London, England: British Museum: lion attacking bull (19th century plaster cast of sculptures of Palace of Darius, Persepolis, Iran, originals between 518 and 339 BC) (80 kb, 17 December 2010)
  74. London, England: British Museum: lion attacking ox (19th century cast of staircase carvings, Palace of Darius, Persopolis, Iran) (80 kb, 24 September 2007)
  75. London, England: British Museum: Lycurgus Cup (backlit) (4th century AD, probably carved in Rome) (60 kb, 3 July 2004)
  76. London, England: British Museum: Lycurgus Cup (backlit) (4th century AD, probably carved in Rome) (50 kb, 24 September 2007)
  77. London, England: British Museum: marble lion (from Knidos in Asia Minor, probably c 300 BC) (74 kb, 16 April 2006)
  78. London, England: British Museum: marble relief of a youth with his horse and dog (Roman, about AD 125, found at Hadrian's Villa, Tivoli) (53 kb, 4 December 2004)
  79. London, England: British Museum: mosaic of Mask of Phobos (Fear) (4th century AD, from Halicarnassus) (116 kb, 3 July 2004)
  80. London, England: British Museum: Narasinha, the lion incarnation of Vishnu (about AD 950, Chola Dynasty, Tamil Nadu, south India) (45 kb, 5 July 2008)
  81. London, England: British Museum: panel of four tiles, decorated with flowers and saz leaves (1520-1530, Iznik) (102 kb, 5 July 2008)
  82. London, England: British Museum: panel with Bellerophon (possibly Constantinople, 5th century AD) (84 kb, 16 April 2006)
  83. London, England: British Museum: panel with the Nativity and the Adoration of the Magi (Holy Land, first half of the 6th century AD) (101 kb, 16 April 2006)
  84. London, England: British Museum: part of tile frieze (13th-14th c, Kashan, Iran) (131 kb, 5 July 2008)
  85. London, England: British Museum: partridge and two gazelles, one of which has been wounded by a javelin (5th or 6th c AD, from Carthage) (94 kb, 5 July 2008)
  86. London, England: British Museum: Pigs (Qing Dynasty, 1833, artist Wang Su) (45 kb, 8 April 2014)
  87. London, England: British Museum: plate in the Iznik manner (1870, by Théodore Deck) (inspired by 16th century Iznik plates, real one just at right in photo) (86 kb, 16 April 2006)
  88. London, England: British Museum: porcelain dish, Dawn (1992, artist Tokuda Yasokichi III) (32 kb, 8 April 2014)
  89. London, England: British Museum: porcelain dish, military heroic deeds (1920, designed and painted at the State Porcelain Factory, Petrograd, by Vasilii Timorev) (80 kb, 17 December 2010)
  90. London, England: British Museum: porcelain plate (Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province, Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period, 1662-1722) (53 kb, 8 April 2014)
  91. London, England: British Museum: porcelain plate (Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province, Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period, 1662-1722) (51 kb, 8 April 2014)
  92. London, England: British Museum: porcelain plate, commemorates the 1918 assassination in St Petersburg of Mosei Uritzky (the Jewish revolutionary and commissar) (1922, design by Alexandra Shchekotikhina-Pototskaya, painted by E. Yakimovskaya at the State Porcelain Factory, Petrograd) (53 kb, 17 December 2010)
  93. London, England: British Museum: porcelain plate, created to commemorate the second anniversary of the October revolution (1919, designed by V.P. Belkin and painted at the State Porcelain Factory, Petrograd) (56 kb, 17 December 2010)
  94. London, England: British Museum: porcelain plate, evil genie bearing away the old order (1923, designed and painted at the State Porcelain Factory, Petrograd, by Maria Lebedeva) (68 kb, 17 December 2010)
  95. London, England: British Museum: porcelain plate, farmer (1919, designed by V.P. Belkin and painted at the State Porcelain Factory, Petrograd) (57 kb, 17 December 2010)
  96. London, England: British Museum: porcelain plate, geometric design (about 1922, Frank Lloyd Wright, for the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo) (31 kb, 17 December 2010)
  97. London, England: British Museum: porcelain plate, trampling Kapital (1921, decorated at the State Porcelain Factory, Petrograd, after a design by Mikhail Adamovich) (53 kb, 17 December 2010)
  98. London, England: British Museum: 'Red Heech' (2002, Parviz Tanavoli) (49 kb, 24 September 2007)
  99. London, England: British Museum: rock crystal skull (late 19th c forgery, originally thought to have been Aztec) (43 kb, 5 July 2008)
  100. London, England: British Museum: Rock Number 59 (2005-6, Zhan Wang) (102 kb, 5 July 2008)
  101. London, England: British Museum: section of Months and Seasons pavement mosaic (second half of 4th century AD, from Carthage) (115 kb, 2 May 2002)
  102. London, England: British Museum: serving dish with fish among waterweeds (Jingdezhen, China, Yuan dynasty, about 1320-1350) (79 kb, 17 December 2010)
  103. London, England: British Museum: stone vessel in the form of a monkey (Isla de Sacrificios, AD 900-1521) (55 kb, 4 December 2004)
  104. London, England: British Museum: stone-paste tile frieze decorated in lustre and cobalt blue (13th-14th century, Kashan, Iran) (135 kb, 17 December 2010)
  105. London, England: British Museum: stoneware figure of Budai (dated AD 1486, Ming dynasty, Henan Province, China) (61 kb, 5 July 2008)
  106. London, England: British Museum: swan's neck handle, Felix Hall Vase (Roman, 2nd century AD) (67 kb, 4 December 2004)
  107. London, England: British Museum: Thatched Cottage in the Western Mountains (Ming Dynasty, artist Tang Yin) (66 kb, 8 April 2014)
  108. London, England: British Museum: The Ancient Pine of Dongmou (Qing Dynasty, 1727, artist Gao Fenghan) (37 kb, 8 April 2014)
  109. London, England: British Museum: Tlazolteotl (AD 900-1450, Huaxtec) (47 kb, 14 December 2009)
  110. London, England: British Museum: votive jade axe (1200-400 BC, Olmec) (43 kb, 14 December 2009)
  111. London, England: British Museum: Warrior holding a trophy head (AD 1000-1500, Diquis Delta region, southwestern Costa Rica) (70 kb, 17 December 2010)
  112. London, England: Broadcasting House (BBC), Portland Place: Ariel Between Wisdom and Gaiety (1931-1932, sculptor Eric Gill) (63 kb, 14 December 2009)
  113. London, England: Broadcasting House (BBC), Portland Place: Ariel Learns Celestial Music (1931-1932, sculptor Eric Gill) (61 kb, 14 December 2009)
  114. London, England: Broadcasting House (BBC), Portland Place: Prospero and Ariel (1932-1933, sculptor Eric Gill) (47 kb, 14 December 2009)
  115. London, England: Broadway, Transport for London (originally London Underground): Day (1928-1929, sculptor Jacob Epstein, architect Charles Holden) (72 kb, 25 September 2010)
  116. London, England: Broadway, Transport for London (originally London Underground): East Wind (1928-1929, sculptor Allan Wyon, architect Charles Holden) (67 kb, 25 September 2010)
  117. London, England: Broadway, Transport for London (originally London Underground): Night (1928-1929, sculptor Jacob Epstein, architect Charles Holden) (73 kb, 25 September 2010)
  118. London, England: Broadway, Transport for London (originally London Underground): North Wind (1928-1929, sculptor A.H. Gerrard, architect Charles Holden) (74 kb, 25 September 2010)
  119. London, England: Broadway, Transport for London (originally London Underground): North Wind (1928-1929, sculptor Eric Gill, architect Charles Holden) (57 kb, 25 September 2010)
  120. London, England: Broadway, Transport for London (originally London Underground): South Wind (1928-1929, sculptor Eric Gill, architect Charles Holden) (59 kb, 25 September 2010)
  121. London, England: Broadway, Transport for London (originally London Underground): West Wind (1928-1929, sculptor Henry Moore, architect Charles Holden) (55 kb, 25 September 2010)
  122. London, England: Broadway, Transport for London (originally London Underground): West Wind (1928-1929, sculptor Samuel Rabinovitch, architect Charles Holden) (60 kb, 25 September 2010)
  123. London, England: Burlington Arcade: interior (99 kb, 14 December 2009)
  124. London, England: Cadogan Place: The Dancers (1971, sculptor David Wynne) (116 kb, 12 June 2009)
  125. London, England: Centre Point: view (1963-1966, architect Richard Seifert, engineer Pell Frischmann) (80 kb, 14 December 2009)
  126. London, England: Centre Point: windows (1963-1966, architect Richard Seifert, engineer Pell Frischmann) (111 kb, 14 December 2009)
  127. London, England: Christchurch Gardens: The Flowering of the English Baroque (a memorial to Henry Purcell, 1995, sculptor Glynn Williams) (112 kb, 25 September 2010)
  128. London, England: Cockspur Street, Bank of Scotland (formerly P&O): decorative columns (91 kb, 25 September 2010)
  129. London, England: Congress House (TUC Headquarters): war memorial, pièta composition showing mother cradling her dead son (1950s, sculptor Jacob Epstein) (61 kb, 14 December 2009)
  130. London, England: corner of Haymarket and Coventry Street: detail, The Horses of Helios (unveiled 1992, architect Peter Howard of RHWL Partnership, sculptor Rudy Weller) (84 kb, 25 September 2010)
  131. London, England: Cranbourne Street (Leicester Square), Vue Cinema (was Warner Theatre): Sight and Sound, female figure (1938, architects Edward A. Stone and T.R. Somerford, sculptor Edward Bainbridge Copnall) (95 kb, 25 September 2010)
  132. London, England: Cranbourne Street (Leicester Square), Vue Cinema (was Warner Theatre): Sight and Sound, male figure (1938, architects Edward A. Stone and T.R. Somerford, sculptor Edward Bainbridge Copnall) (102 kb, 25 September 2010)
  133. London, England: Dagenham Civic Centre (was Town Hall): lobby ceiling (1936-1937, architect E Berry Webber; refurbished 2003, Richard Griffiths Architects and Hawkins\Brown) (61 kb, 16 September 2007)
  134. London, England: Dagenham Civic Centre (was Town Hall): main entrance (1936-1937, architect E Berry Webber) (76 kb, 16 September 2007)
  135. London, England: Dagenham Civic Centre (was Town Hall): stairwell from outside (1936-1937, architect E Berry Webber) (87 kb, 16 September 2007)
  136. London, England: Harmony House (Baden Powell Close, Dagenham): bulls at top of columns (2000, architect F Alexander-Sefre, bull design by Tim Crawley of Rattee and Kett) (56 kb, 15 September 2007)
  137. London, England: Harmony House (Baden Powell Close, Dagenham): Sacred Space skylight (2000, architect F Alexander-Sefre) (111 kb, 15 September 2007)
  138. London, England: Heathrow Airport, Terminal 5: departure lounge (2002-2008, concept designer Richard Rogers Partnership, production architect Pascall + Watson, engineers Arup) (114 kb, 4 August 2009)
  139. London, England: Heathrow Airport, Terminal 5: Gold (2010, sculptor Paul Day) (70 kb, 12 July 2011)
  140. London, England: Heathrow Airport, Terminal 5: Jason Gardener (sculptor, Nikki Taylor) (88 kb, 12 July 2011)
  141. London, England: Heathrow Airport, Terminal 5: Morote Seoinage (Judo) (sculptor, Sophie Dickens) (45 kb, 12 July 2011)
  142. London, England: Heathrow Airport, Terminal 5: part of a long mural of London around the Thames (89 kb, 12 July 2011)
  143. London, England: Heathrow Airport, Terminal 5: support structure (2002-2008, concept designer Richard Rogers Partnership, production architect Pascall + Watson, engineers Arup) (85 kb, 4 August 2009)
  144. London, England: Heathrow Airport, Terminal 5: The Kick (Hamish Black) (49 kb, 12 July 2011)
  145. London, England: Horse Guards Avenue, Ministry of Defence: Earth (1949-1952, Charles Wheeler) (73 kb, 25 September 2010)
  146. London, England: Horse Guards Avenue, Ministry of Defence: Water (1949-1952, Charles Wheeler) (70 kb, 25 September 2010)
  147. London, England: Hyde Park Corner: Machine Gun Corps Memorial (1925, Francis Derwent Wood) (59 kb, 19 May 2011)
  148. London, England: Hyde Park Corner: New Zealand War Memorial (2006, designed by architect John Hardwick-Smith of Athfield Architects, and sculptor Paul Dibble of Dibble Art Co) (93 kb, 19 May 2011)
  149. London, England: Kew Gardens: 'Amethyst Persian' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (50 kb, 30 October 2005)
  150. London, England: Kew Gardens: blue 'Basket' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (135 kb, 30 October 2005)
  151. London, England: Kew Gardens: blue 'Herons' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (with catfish) (101 kb, 30 October 2005)
  152. London, England: Kew Gardens: blue-brown 'Niijima Float' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (92 kb, 30 October 2005)
  153. London, England: Kew Gardens: 'chandelier' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (134 kb, 30 October 2005)
  154. London, England: Kew Gardens: 'chandelier' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (124 kb, 30 October 2005)
  155. London, England: Kew Gardens: 'Christmas baubles' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (120 kb, 30 October 2005)
  156. London, England: Kew Gardens: Dyckia frigida (118 kb, 30 October 2005)
  157. London, England: Kew Gardens: Golden Barrel (Echinocactus grusonii) (142 kb, 30 October 2005)
  158. London, England: Kew Gardens: Golden Rat Tail (Cleistocactus winteri) (91 kb, 30 October 2005)
  159. London, England: Kew Gardens: green and yellow 'Ikebana' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (82 kb, 30 October 2005)
  160. London, England: Kew Gardens: green 'Fiori' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (91 kb, 30 October 2005)
  161. London, England: Kew Gardens: 'Green Grass' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (104 kb, 30 October 2005)
  162. London, England: Kew Gardens: green 'Ikebana' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (82 kb, 30 October 2005)
  163. London, England: Kew Gardens: Green Water Dragon (Pysignathus cocincinus) (90 kb, 30 October 2005)
  164. London, England: Kew Gardens: Hechtia argentea (127 kb, 30 October 2005)
  165. London, England: Kew Gardens: King Ferdinand Agave (Agave ferdinandi-regis) (128 kb, 30 October 2005)
  166. London, England: Kew Gardens: 'Ocean Macchia' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (46 kb, 30 October 2005)
  167. London, England: Kew Gardens: orange and red 'Ikebana' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (94 kb, 30 October 2005)
  168. London, England: Kew Gardens: orange 'Macchia' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (78 kb, 30 October 2005)
  169. London, England: Kew Gardens: orange-red 'Macchia' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (125 kb, 30 October 2005)
  170. London, England: Kew Gardens: Parodia magnifica (115 kb, 30 October 2005)
  171. London, England: Kew Gardens: Pincushion cactus (Mammillaria bombycina) (122 kb, 30 October 2005)
  172. London, England: Kew Gardens: Pincushion cactus (Mammillaria geminispina) (141 kb, 30 October 2005)
  173. London, England: Kew Gardens: red and purple 'Reeds' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (with Agave) (111 kb, 30 October 2005)
  174. London, England: Kew Gardens: red 'shell chandelier' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (111 kb, 30 October 2005)
  175. London, England: Kew Gardens: scarlet 'Tower' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (99 kb, 30 October 2005)
  176. London, England: Kew Gardens: six 'Macchia' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (93 kb, 30 October 2005)
  177. London, England: Kew Gardens: 'Thames Skiff' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (104 kb, 30 October 2005)
  178. London, England: Kew Gardens: 'The Star' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (136 kb, 30 October 2005)
  179. London, England: Kew Gardens: 'The Sun' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (120 kb, 30 October 2005)
  180. London, England: Kew Gardens: Thorn-crested Agave (Agave lophantha) (95 kb, 30 October 2005)
  181. London, England: Kew Gardens: Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum) seeds ripening (97 kb, 30 October 2005)
  182. London, England: Kew Gardens: yellow 'Tower' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (92 kb, 30 October 2005)
  183. London, England: Kew Gardens: yellow 'water lilies' (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (90 kb, 30 October 2005)
  184. London, England: King's Cross: entrance hall roof (2009-2012, architect John McAslan and Partners, engineer Arup) (111 kb, 10 December 2012)
  185. London, England: Leicester Place, Notre Dame de France: interior (1955, architect H.O. Corfiato, Thomson and Partners) (82 kb, 25 September 2010)
  186. London, England: Leicester Place, Notre Dame de France: mosaic, Birth of Jesus (1954, artist Boris Anrep) (86 kb, 25 September 2010)
  187. London, England: Leicester Place, Notre Dame de France: mural, Annunciation (1960, Jean Cocteau) (43 kb, 25 September 2010)
  188. London, England: Leicester Place, Notre Dame de France: tapestry, Wisdom (1955, design by Dom Robert de Chaunac, made at Aubusson) (100 kb, 25 September 2010)
  189. London, England: Leicester Square, W London: view (2011, Jestico and Whiles) (71 kb, 19 May 2011)
  190. London, England: London Eye (Millennium Wheel): view (1999-2000, Marks Barfield Architects) (75 kb, 19 May 2011)
  191. London, England: London Metropolitan University: Graduate Centre (2004, Daniel Libeskind) (58 kb, 21 September 2008)
  192. London, England: M25 (just south of exit 4): pedestrian bridge (Polhill Bridleway) over motorway (1985, designed by Kent Sub Unit of South East Road Construction Unit) (56 kb, 16 September 2007)
  193. London, England: Middlesex Hospital Chapel: mosaic ceiling (artist Maurice Richard Josey, assisted by John L Josey) (116 kb, 21 September 2002)
  194. London, England: Middlesex Hospital Chapel: mosaic ceiling (artist Maurice Richard Josey, assisted by John L Josey) (128 kb, 21 September 2002)
  195. London, England: Millennium ('Wobbly') Bridge (1998-2002, Norman Foster and Partners and Arup Associates) (106 kb, 21 July 2002)
  196. London, England: NEO Bankside: Family in Residence (2012, sculptor Ivan Murray) (100 kb, 7 June 2014)
  197. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Amethyst Icicle Chandelier (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (78 kb, 22 March 2014)
  198. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Amethyst Icicle Tower (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (67 kb, 22 March 2014)
  199. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Amethyst Icicle Tower, detail (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (93 kb, 22 March 2014)
  200. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Aquamarine and Gold Chandelier (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (70 kb, 22 March 2014)
  201. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Basket Drawing (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (104 kb, 22 March 2014)
  202. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Basket Drawing (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (123 kb, 22 March 2014)
  203. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Black Amethyst Soft Cylinder with Turquoise Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (56 kb, 22 March 2014)
  204. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Black Scarlet Soft Cylinder with Yellow Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (54 kb, 22 March 2014)
  205. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Cadmium Red Persian Set with Lamp Black Lip Wraps (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (45 kb, 22 March 2014)
  206. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Cascade Blue Persian Wall (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (54 kb, 22 March 2014)
  207. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Castilian Red Persian Crescent (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (44 kb, 22 March 2014)
  208. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Cerulean Cobalt Chandelier (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (64 kb, 22 March 2014)
  209. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Deep Rose Macchia with Cypress Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (39 kb, 22 March 2014)
  210. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Emerald Green Fiori (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (37 kb, 22 March 2014)
  211. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Enamel Blue Macchia wih Dusty Lilac Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (37 kb, 22 March 2014)
  212. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Fire Orange Basket Set (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (35 kb, 22 March 2014)
  213. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Fire Orange Basket Set (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (34 kb, 22 March 2014)
  214. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Float Drawing (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (100 kb, 22 March 2014)
  215. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Float Drawing (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (123 kb, 22 March 2014)
  216. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Imperial Yellow Persian Wall (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (47 kb, 22 March 2014)
  217. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Imperial Yellow Persian Wall (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (49 kb, 22 March 2014)
  218. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Indigo Trumpet Fiori (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (46 kb, 22 March 2014)
  219. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Indigo White Soft Cylinder with Autumn Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (46 kb, 22 March 2014)
  220. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Insignia Red Macchia with Onyx Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (39 kb, 22 March 2014)
  221. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Lime Green Persian Set with Cherry Lip Wraps (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (67 kb, 22 March 2014)
  222. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Lumiere Blue Chandelier (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (67 kb, 22 March 2014)
  223. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Maize White Soft Cylinder with Cobalt Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (43 kb, 22 March 2014)
  224. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Paris Yellow Persian Set with Red Lip Wraps (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (51 kb, 22 March 2014)
  225. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Paris Yellow Seaform Set with Red Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (53 kb, 22 March 2014)
  226. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Patent Yellow Macchia with Teal Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (36 kb, 22 March 2014)
  227. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Pearl White Persian Installation, detail (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (91 kb, 22 March 2014)
  228. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Persian ceiling, detail (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (101 kb, 22 March 2014)
  229. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Prism Violet Ikebana with Rose Frog Foot Stems (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (34 kb, 22 March 2014)
  230. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Rotolo 97 (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (51 kb, 22 March 2014)
  231. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Saxony Blue Marlins (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (39 kb, 22 March 2014)
  232. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Silvered Speckled Topaz Ikebana with Metallic Stems (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (59 kb, 22 March 2014)
  233. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Spitfire Red Seaform Set with Carbon Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (45 kb, 22 March 2014)
  234. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Sunset Red Basket Set with Night Black Lip Wraps (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (39 kb, 22 March 2014)
  235. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Tangerine Macchia with Meadow Green Lip Wrap (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (53 kb, 22 March 2014)
  236. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: Tiger Marlin Fiori (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (41 kb, 22 March 2014)
  237. London, England: New Bond Street, Halcyon Gallery: White and Sunrise Orange Persian Set (glass artist Dale Chihuly) (34 kb, 22 March 2014)
  238. London, England: Notre Dame de France: Triton III (2009, sculptor Bryan Kneale) (72 kb, 5 June 2009)
  239. London, England: Notre Dame de France: Virgin of the Mercy (c 1953, sculptor Georges Saupique) (81 kb, 5 June 2009)
  240. London, England: Olympic Park, ArcelorMittal Orbit: view (2010-2012, Anish Kapoor with Cecil Balmond of engineering Group Arup, architect Ushida Findlay Architects) (97 kb, 4 August 2012)
  241. London, England: Olympic Park, Basketball Arena: view (2009-2011,Wilkinson Eyre Architects) (82 kb, 4 August 2012)
  242. London, England: Olympic Park, BP building: view (2012, AND Architects; with reflection of Basketball Arena) (77 kb, 4 August 2012)
  243. London, England: Olympic Park, electricity substation: green wall (118 kb, 4 August 2012)
  244. London, England: Olympic Park, larger McDonald's: view (2012, AEW Architects) (107 kb, 4 August 2012)
  245. London, England: Olympic Park, London Aquatics Centre: view (2008-2011, Zaha Hadid Architects, structural engineer Ove Arup & Partners) (78 kb, 4 August 2012)
  246. London, England: Olympic Park, Olympic Stadium: interior view (2008-2012, architect Populous, structural engineer Buro Happold) (114 kb, 4 August 2012)
  247. London, England: Olympic Park, Olympic Stadium: mini Minis carrying javelins (68 kb, 4 August 2012)
  248. London, England: Olympic Park, Olympic Stadium: Olympic Flame (105 kb, 4 August 2012)
  249. London, England: Olympic Park, Olympic Stadium: spectators (157 kb, 4 August 2012)
  250. London, England: Olympic Park, Panasonic Theatre: view (65 kb, 4 August 2012)
  251. London, England: Olympic Park, smaller McDonald's: pseudo mathematics written on side (98 kb, 4 August 2012)
  252. London, England: Olympic Park, smaller McDonald's: view (2012, AEW Architects) (92 kb, 4 August 2012)
  253. London, England: Olympic Park, Soundforms stage: 2012, BFLS Architects, designed with conductor Mark Stephenson and Arup Acoustics (97 kb, 4 August 2012)
  254. London, England: Olympic Park, The Beat Box: view (2012, Asif Khan and Pernilla Ohrstedt) (78 kb, 4 August 2012)
  255. London, England: Olympic Park, The Copper Box: view (2011, MAKE architects, Populous, PTW Architects, ARUP) (67 kb, 4 August 2012)
  256. London, England: Olympic Park, Velodrome: end view (2009-2011, Hopkins Architects, Grant Associates, structural engineer Expedition Engineering) (95 kb, 4 August 2012)
  257. London, England: Olympic Park, Velodrome: view (2009-2011, Hopkins Architects, Grant Associates, structural engineer Expedition Engineering) (101 kb, 4 August 2012)
  258. London, England: Olympic Park: colourful walkway (87 kb, 4 August 2012)
  259. London, England: One Hyde Park: one wing (2007-2011, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners) (104 kb, 19 May 2011)
  260. London, England: Palestra Building (197 Blackfriars Road): view (2006, Will Alsop) (83 kb, 29 July 2007)
  261. London, England: Palestra Building (197 Blackfriars Road): view (2006, Will Alsop) (95 kb, 7 June 2014)
  262. London, England: Piccadilly Circus tube station: 'Bohemians and Asbos' (part of 'Thin Cities', 2006, Nils Norman ?) (39 kb, 3 February 2008)
  263. London, England: Piccadilly, Burlington House, Society of Antiquaries: head of woman over entrance (1869-1873, architects Robert Richardson Banks and Charles Barry, Jr.) (66 kb, 3 February 2008)
  264. London, England: Piccadilly, Burlington House: archway of courtyard entrance (1869-1873, architects Robert Richardson Banks and Charles Barry, Jr.) (85 kb, 29 July 2007)
  265. London, England: Piccadilly, Burlington House: detail of courtyard entrance (1869-1873, architects Robert Richardson Banks and Charles Barry, Jr.) (78 kb, 29 July 2007)
  266. London, England: Piccadilly, St James's Church: Adam and Eve, font (1686, Grinling Gibbons) (58 kb, 25 September 2010)
  267. London, England: Piccadilly, St James's Church: Christ in Majesty (1954, Christopher Webb) (104 kb, 25 September 2010)
  268. London, England: Piccadilly, St James's Church: Crucifixion (1954, Christopher Webb) (108 kb, 25 September 2010)
  269. London, England: Piccadilly, St James's Church: font (1686, Grinling Gibbons) (58 kb, 25 September 2010)
  270. London, England: Piccadilly, St James's Church: reredos carving (1684, Grinling Gibbons) (112 kb, 25 September 2010)
  271. London, England: Pioneer Health Centre (now Frobisher Place; St Mary's Road, Peckham): east façade (1934-1935, architect Owen Williams) (80 kb, 16 September 2007)
  272. London, England: Pioneer Health Centre (now Frobisher Place; St Mary's Road, Peckham): south façade (1934-1935, architect Owen Williams) (75 kb, 16 September 2007)
  273. London, England: Pioneer Health Centre (now Frobisher Place; St Mary's Road, Peckham): swimming pool (1934-1935, architect Owen Williams) (79 kb, 16 September 2007)
  274. London, England: Pioneer Health Centre (now Frobisher Place; St Mary's Road, Peckham): swimming pool diving platform (1934-1935, architect Owen Williams) (70 kb, 16 September 2007)
  275. London, England: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre: view (1981-1986, Powell & Moya) (84 kb, 25 September 2010)
  276. London, England: Rochester Row: frieze (1960s?) (84 kb, 25 September 2010)
  277. London, England: Rochester Row: frieze (1960s?) (97 kb, 25 September 2010)
  278. London, England: Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel: Adoration of the Magi (1887, Frederick Wilson and Whitehouse) (109 kb, 9 August 2013)
  279. London, England: Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel: Christ and the four Evangelists (1886, Frederick Wilson and Edward Hammond) (143 kb, 9 August 2013)
  280. London, England: Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel: David setting singers before the altar (1887, Frederick Wilson and Whitehouse) (123 kb, 9 August 2013)
  281. London, England: Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel: Faith, Charity, Hope (1889, Edward Burne-Jones) (135 kb, 9 August 2013)
  282. London, England: Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel: Good Samaritan, Dorcas (1888, Edward Burne-Jones) (110 kb, 9 August 2013)
  283. London, England: Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel: Parable of the Talents (1886, Frederick Wilson and Edward Hammond) (104 kb, 9 August 2013)
  284. London, England: Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel: Purity (1887, Henry Holiday) (89 kb, 9 August 2013)
  285. London, England: Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel: Simplicity (1887, Henry Holiday) (96 kb, 9 August 2013)
  286. London, England: Royal Academy: Coloring Book (Jeff Koons) (86 kb, 5 June 2011)
  287. London, England: Royal Academy: From Landscape to Portait (2012, Chris Wilkinson) (89 kb, 2 June 2012)
  288. London, England: Royal Academy: Hare and Bell (1988, sculptor Barry Flanagan) (80 kb, 11 June 2010)
  289. London, England: Royal Academy: Large Left-handed Drummer (2006, sculptor Barry Flanagan) (84 kb, 11 June 2010)
  290. London, England: Royal Academy: Nijinski Hare (1996, sculptor Barry Flanagan) (92 kb, 11 June 2010)
  291. London, England: Royal Academy: Rainbow Division Memorial (James Butler) (80 kb, 5 June 2011)
  292. London, England: Royal Academy: Tall Tree and the Eye (2009, sculptor Anish Kapoor) (96 kb, 14 December 2009)
  293. London, England: Royal Academy: Tall Tree and the Eye, detail (2009, sculptor Anish Kapoor) (113 kb, 21 November 2009)
  294. London, England: Royal Academy: TSIATSIA - searching for connection (2013, artist El Anatsui) (128 kb, 8 June 2013)
  295. London, England: Serbian Community Centre: orthodox priest (2008) (115 kb, 14 December 2009)
  296. London, England: Southwark Cathedral: Great Screen (16th-20th centuries) (121 kb, 4 June 2005)
  297. London, England: St Columba's Church of Scotland: St Columba with crane (c 1950, sculptor Vernon Hill) (60 kb, 12 June 2009)
  298. London, England: St Martin-in-the-Fields: ceiling (1726, architect James Gibbs) (82 kb, 25 September 2010)
  299. London, England: St Martin-in-the-Fields: east window (2008, designer Shirazeh Houshiary, architect Pip Horne) (79 kb, 25 September 2010)
  300. London, England: St Martin-in-the-Fields: Victims of Injustice and Violence (1994, Chaim Stephenson) (70 kb, 25 September 2010)
  301. London, England: St Martin-in-the-Fields: view (1726, James Gibbs) (68 kb, 25 September 2010)
  302. London, England: St Mary Axe, Swiss Re (Gherkin): Caterina Dancing Naked (02, 2009, Julian Opie) (69 kb, 23 September 2012)
  303. London, England: St Mary Axe, Swiss Re (Gherkin): Caterina Dancing Naked, 03 (2009, Julian Opie) (53 kb, 23 September 2012)
  304. London, England: St Mary Axe, Swiss Re (Gherkin): Caterina Dancing Naked, 04 (2010, Julian Opie) (67 kb, 23 September 2012)
  305. London, England: St Mary Axe, Swiss Re (Gherkin): roof structure (2001-2004, architect Norman Foster and Partners, engineer Arup) (111 kb, 23 September 2012)
  306. London, England: St Mary Axe, Swiss Re (Gherkin): upper top floor (2001-2004, architect Norman Foster and Partners, engineer Arup) (95 kb, 23 September 2012)
  307. London, England: St Mary Axe: Flowers that Bloom Tomorrow (2010, Yayoi Kusama) (67 kb, 23 September 2012)
  308. London, England: St Mary Axe: The Gherkin (Swiss Re building, 1997-2004, Norman Foster and Partners) (78 kb, 3 July 2004)
  309. London, England: St Olaf House, Tooley Street: view (1928-1932, architect H.S. Goodhart-Rendel) (62 kb, 2 September 2007)
  310. London, England: St Pancras Parish Church: 'Archangel Michael' (2004, Emily Young, installed in memory of the victims of the 7th July 2005 bombings and all victims of violence) (70 kb, 5 July 2008)
  311. London, England: St Pancras Station: elephant (2010, sculptor Ellen Anderson) (77 kb, 4 May 2010)
  312. London, England: St Pancras Station: interior view (1868, architect George Gilbert Scott, roof designed by William Henry Barlow and Rowland Mason Ordish; 2007, renovation lead architect Alastair Lansley) (109 kb, 18 November 2007)
  313. London, England: St Pancras Station: interior view (1868, architect George Gilbert Scott, roof designed by William Henry Barlow and Rowland Mason Ordish; 2007, renovation lead architect Alastair Lansley) (109 kb, 4 May 2010)
  314. London, England: St Pancras Station: statue of John Betjeman (2007, sculptor Martin Jennings) (69 kb, 5 July 2008)
  315. London, England: St Pancras Station: 'The Meeting Place' (2007, sculptor Paul Day) (91 kb, 5 July 2008)
  316. London, England: Sumner Street: Monument to the Unknown Artist (2007, Greyworld) (77 kb, 7 June 2014)
  317. London, England: Supreme Court: Duke of Northumberland offering the crown of England to Lady Jane Grey (1906-1913, sculptor Henry Fehr, architect James S. Gibson) (64 kb, 25 September 2010)
  318. London, England: Supreme Court: granting of the charter of Westminster Abbey (1906-1913, sculptor Henry Fehr, architect James S. Gibson) (75 kb, 25 September 2010)
  319. London, England: Supreme Court: King John handing the Magna Carta to the barons at Runnymede (1906-1913, sculptor Henry Fehr, architect James S. Gibson) (69 kb, 25 September 2010)
  320. London, England: Tate Modern: Christmas Eve window (1952, Henri Matisse with Paul Bony) (from MOMA, New York) (69 kb, 7 June 2014)
  321. London, England: The Mall, British Council: Yuri Gagarin statue (2011, sculptor Anatoly Novikov; copy of 1984 one in town of Lubertsy, Russia) (64 kb, 18 May 2012)
  322. London, England: The Mall, Uganda High Commission: Crested Crane (Regulorum gibbericeps) (national bird) (64 kb, 18 May 2012)
  323. London, England: The Mall: decoration at top of gate (144 kb, 19 May 2011)
  324. London, England: The Mall: Victoria Memorial, detail (1911, architect Aston Webb, sculptor Thomas Brock) (59 kb, 19 May 2011)
  325. London, England: Time & Life Building, New Bond Street: relief (1952, sculptor Henry Moore, architect Michael Rosenauer) (53 kb, 14 December 2009)
  326. London, England: Trafalgar Square: east fountain mermaid and dolphins (1939, installed 1948, William McMillan) (98 kb, 25 September 2010)
  327. London, England: Trafalgar Square: east fountain merman and dolphins (1939, installed 1948, William McMillan) (88 kb, 25 September 2010)
  328. London, England: Trafalgar Square: Nelson's Column south bas-relief panel, death of Nelson (England Expects Every Man Will Do His Duty, 1840s, J.E. Carew) (80 kb, 25 September 2010)
  329. London, England: Trafalgar Square: Nelson's Ship in a Bottle (2010, Yinka Shonibare) (62 kb, 19 May 2011)
  330. London, England: Trafalgar Square: west fountain mermaid and dolphin (1939, installed 1948, Charles Wheeler) (105 kb, 25 September 2010)
  331. London, England: Trafalgar Square: west fountain merman and dolphin (1939, installed 1948, Charles Wheeler) (103 kb, 25 September 2010)
  332. London, England: Turquoise Island, Westbourne Grove: Wild At Heart florists and toilet block (c 1994, architect Piers Gough) (87 kb, 14 December 2009)
  333. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Adam and Eve (1991, artist Steven Newell at Glassworks) (49 kb, 12 June 2009)
  334. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Aesculus Bowl, Blue over Red (2003, artist Gillies-Jones, Stephen Gillies and Kate Jones) (56 kb, 12 June 2009)
  335. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: balcony ironwork (c1770, France, possibly by Jean François Cahon) (92 kb, 26 February 2005)
  336. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Benozzo Gozzoli (ca. 1865, artist Edward Armitage, made by Salviati) (104 kb, 5 January 2014)
  337. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Bilbao (2001, artist Lino Tagliapietra) (62 kb, 12 June 2009)
  338. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Birdbath (1999, artist Judith Schaechter) (78 kb, 12 June 2009)
  339. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Breathless (2001, Cornelia Parker) (109 kb, 26 February 2005)
  340. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: ceramic cup (1550-1600, follower of Bernard Palissy) (59 kb, 26 March 2005)
  341. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: ceramic dish (1556-1590, workshop of Bernard Palissy) (109 kb, 26 March 2005)
  342. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: ceramic staircase dome (Apollo, Minerva, Poetry, Music and Art grouped around celestial globe, 1866-1869, designed by Frank Moddy) (87 kb, 16 April 2006)
  343. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: 'Chasing Black' (2006, Felicity Aylieff, Jingdezhen, China) (57 kb, 11 September 2010)
  344. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: choir screen from 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands (1600-1613, Conrad von Norenberch) (101 kb, 11 September 2010)
  345. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Christ Crossing the Brook at Cedron (1534, Gerhard Remsich, from the abbey of Steinfeld, Germany, Lower Rhine) (95 kb, 10 December 2010)
  346. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Christ Washing Peter's Feet (1531, Gerhard Remsich, from the abbey of Steinfeld, Germany, Lower Rhine) (81 kb, 10 December 2010)
  347. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Crucifixion (c 1575-1600, Switzerland) (66 kb, 16 April 2006)
  348. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Deep Blue and Bronze Persian Set (1999, artist Dale Chihuly) (72 kb, 12 June 2009)
  349. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: devotional relief with Virgin and Child (1478-1488, probably made by Andrea della Robbia) (55 kb, 11 September 2010)
  350. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: dish decorated in manner of Iznik (1600-1650, Italy, perhaps Padua) (75 kb, 11 September 2010)
  351. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: dish on three legs (1958, Ann Wynn Reeves) (75 kb, 11 September 2010)
  352. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: dish with allegory of abundance (1565-1585, made by Bernard Palissy or follower, Paris, France) (94 kb, 11 September 2010)
  353. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: dish with cypress, leaves and flowers (1560-1590, Turkey, probably Iznik) (72 kb, 11 September 2010)
  354. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: dish with roses, hyacinths and tulips (1560-1590, Turkey, probably Iznik) (84 kb, 11 September 2010)
  355. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: dish with snake in relief (1570-1590, probably made by Bernard Palissy or workshop) (93 kb, 26 February 2005)
  356. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: dish with snake in relief (1570-1590, probably made by Bernard Palissy or workshop) (80 kb, 11 September 2010)
  357. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Dondolante Serena (2000, artist Toots Zynsky) (59 kb, 12 June 2009)
  358. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: 'Dondolante Serena' (2000, Toots Zynsky, drawn glass thread) (60 kb, 16 April 2006)
  359. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: engraved goblet (1855, probably Zwiesel, Bavaria, engraved by Franz Paul Zach, probably made at Stiegerwald glassworks) (57 kb, 16 April 2006)
  360. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Evolution 1 (2002, artist Angela Jarman) (49 kb, 12 June 2009)
  361. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Fall of the Egyptian Idol (c 1522-1526, makers possibly Gerhard Remisch and Everhard Rensig, from Cistercian abbey of Mariawald) (95 kb, 11 September 2010)
  362. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: figure of a woman (1927, Eric Gill) (25 kb, 5 January 2014)
  363. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: fire basket (1930, artist Charles Sargeant Jagger) (46 kb, 12 June 2009)
  364. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: fire basket, detail (1930, Charles Sargeant Jagger) (45 kb, 5 January 2014)
  365. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: flask with fish (1900, R.W. Martin and Brothers) (56 kb, 11 September 2010)
  366. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: floor decoration (134 kb, 5 January 2014)
  367. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Fra Giacomo da Ulma (ca. 1868, artist Nathaniel Westlake, made by Salviati) (87 kb, 5 January 2014)
  368. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: glass balustrade and staircase (1992, by Danny Lane) (117 kb, 3 July 2000)
  369. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: glass chair (1988, by Danny Lane) (80 kb, 16 May 2003)
  370. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: glazed tiles (89 kb, 3 July 2000)
  371. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: group of giraffes (1923, Stella Crofts) (56 kb, 11 September 2010)
  372. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: heart-shaped bauble decoration (Red Velvet Tree of Love, 2013, Helen and Colin David) (69 kb, 5 January 2014)
  373. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: ivory Gospels cover (810, Aachen Court School, from Abbey of Lorsch) (83 kb, 16 April 2006)
  374. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Jasper panel, 'The Discovery of Achilles among the Daughters of Lycomedes' (1788, based on a wax relief attributed to Camillo Pacetti) (50 kb, 11 September 2010)
  375. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Lehti (2004, designed and made by Maria Jauhiainen) (89 kb, 26 February 2005)
  376. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: light installation, from below (2013, Omer Arbel for Bocci) (51 kb, 5 January 2014)
  377. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: light installation, from side (2013, Omer Arbel for Bocci) (78 kb, 5 January 2014)
  378. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Luca della Robbia (ca. 1867, artist Frank Moody, made by Harland and Fisher) (80 kb, 5 January 2014)
  379. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Man with a Bird (1929, Maurice Lambert) (27 kb, 10 December 2010)
  380. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Mankind (1927-1928, sculptor Eric Gill) (53 kb, 12 June 2009)
  381. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Massacre of the Innocents (c 1522-1526, makers possibly Gerhard Remisch and Everhard Rensig, from Cistercian abbey of Mariawald) (100 kb, 11 September 2010)
  382. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Mindslave: The Mind in Abject Subordination to the Intellect (1934, Leon Underwood) (26 kb, 10 December 2010)
  383. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Mother and Child (relief from a sarcophagus, 1350-1375, Naples, Italy) (67 kb, 11 September 2010)
  384. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Nymph (1983-1984, artist Robert Willson) (57 kb, 12 June 2009)
  385. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: oval plate made on a jigger ('Garden' pattern by Eric Ravilious, 1938, made by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons) (47 kb, 11 September 2010)
  386. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: personification of Faith (about 1875, Henry Holiday) (63 kb, 16 April 2006)
  387. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Portrait of Euphemia Lamb (1908, Jacob Epstein) (42 kb, 10 December 2010)
  388. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Portrait of Jacob Kramer (1921, Jacob Epstein) (60 kb, 10 December 2010)
  389. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Pottery through the Ages (from Doulton House, 1939, demolished 1978, sculptor Gilbert Bayes, architect T.P. Bennett) (59 kb, 12 June 2009)
  390. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Pottery through the Ages (from Doulton House, 1939, demolished 1978, sculptor Gilbert Bayes, architect T.P. Bennett) (63 kb, 12 June 2009)
  391. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: 'Pottery through the Ages' (from Doulton House, 1939, sculptor Gilbert Bayes, architect T.P. Bennett) (54 kb, 11 September 2010)
  392. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: 'Pottery through the Ages' (from Doulton House, 1939, sculptor Gilbert Bayes, architect T.P. Bennett) (59 kb, 11 September 2010)
  393. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Prospero and Ariel, 1931, Eric Gill (36 kb, 10 December 2010)
  394. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: rotunda chandelier (2001, Dale Chihuly) (86 kb, 16 April 2006)
  395. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Roundel of René of Anjou (1466-1478, Luca della Robbia and workshop) (75 kb, 11 September 2010)
  396. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Roundel with classical head (about 1520-1525, workshop of Giovanni della Robbia) (59 kb, 11 September 2010)
  397. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: roundels with classical heads (about 1520-1525, workshop of Giovanni della Robbia) (44 kb, 5 January 2014)
  398. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Scandal (1930, Charles Sargeant Jagger) (57 kb, 5 January 2014)
  399. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Scenes from the Life of Abraham (about 1520-1525, Amsterdam, probably by Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen) (76 kb, 16 April 2006)
  400. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: screen ironwork (1689-1692, Fountain Garden, Hampton Court Palace, by Jean Tijou) (60 kb, 26 February 2005)
  401. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: 'Sister Moon ... Mother Earth' (2005, Graham Jones) (90 kb, 16 April 2006)
  402. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: St George and the Dragon (about 1500, from a house near Ponte dei Bareteri, Venice, Italy) (92 kb, 11 September 2010)
  403. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: St George Takes Leave of the King of Selene (about 1520-1530, Amsterdam, probably after designs by Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen) (78 kb, 16 April 2006)
  404. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: St Helena and the Emperor Constantine (about 1530, Cologne) (96 kb, 16 April 2006)
  405. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: St James (relief from a sarcophagus, 1350-1375, Naples, Italy) (64 kb, 11 September 2010)
  406. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: St John the Baptist (relief from a sarcophagus, 1350-1375, Naples, Italy) (65 kb, 11 September 2010)
  407. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: St Peter and St Paul (about 1500-1510, possibly from the Aegidius Chapel, Cologne) (111 kb, 11 September 2010)
  408. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: St Vincent Burnt on the Rack (about 1240-1250, from a window in Lady Chapel at Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris) (105 kb, 16 April 2006)
  409. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: stained glass window from Cappella Maggiore of Cortona Cathedral (1516, made by Guillaume de Marcillat) (115 kb, 26 March 2005)
  410. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Susanna Accused by the Elders (about 1530, Antwerp) (76 kb, 16 April 2006)
  411. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Susanna and the Elders (about 1520-1540, Antwerp, possibly by glass designer known as the Pseudo-Ortkens) (85 kb, 16 April 2006)
  412. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Swarm (2006, artist Zaha Hadid) (77 kb, 12 June 2009)
  413. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: symbolic figure of mourning for Don García de Osorio (1499-1505, Toledo, Spain) (58 kb, 11 September 2010)
  414. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: symbolic figure of mourning for Doña Maria de Perea (1499-1505, Toledo, Spain) (74 kb, 11 September 2010)
  415. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Tahitian Woman (about 1927-1931, Robert Gibbings) (36 kb, 10 December 2010)
  416. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Adoration of the Magi (about 1500, Cologne, possibly by the Master of the Holy Kindred) (138 kb, 16 April 2006)
  417. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Baptism of Christ (c 1520-1521, maker possibly Master of St Severin, from Cistercian abbey of Mariawald) (94 kb, 11 September 2010)
  418. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Crucifixion (about 1525, probably from cloisters of the Cistercian Abbey of Altenberg) (106 kb, 11 September 2010)
  419. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Crucifixion (about 1539-1540, Gerhard Remsich, from the abbey of Steinfeld, Germany, Lower Rhine) (82 kb, 10 December 2010)
  420. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Entombment (about 1539-1540, Gerhard Remsich, from the abbey of Steinfeld, Germany, Lower Rhine) (98 kb, 10 December 2010)
  421. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: 'The Eternal' (2004, Ruth Taylor Jacobson) (102 kb, 16 April 2006)
  422. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Last Judgement (about 1500-1510, Lower Rhine, Germany) (91 kb, 16 April 2006)
  423. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Last Supper (1542, from east end of church of Saint-Jean, Rouen) (101 kb, 16 April 2006)
  424. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Man Child (1921, Frank Dobson) (49 kb, 10 December 2010)
  425. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Man Child (1921, sculptor Frank Dobson) (49 kb, 12 June 2009)
  426. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Mass of St Gregory (about 1520, Amsterdam or Leiden) (75 kb, 16 April 2006)
  427. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Massacre of the Innocents (1528, Gerhard Remsich, from the abbey of Steinfeld, Germany, Lower Rhine) (79 kb, 10 December 2010)
  428. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Nailing of Christ to the Cross (about 1538-1539, Gerhard Remsich, from the abbey of Steinfeld, Germany, Lower Rhine) (101 kb, 10 December 2010)
  429. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Nativity (c 1522-1526, makers possibly Gerhard Remisch and Everhard Rensig, from Cistercian abbey of Mariawald) (100 kb, 11 September 2010)
  430. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Presentation in the Temple (c 1522-1526, makers possibly Gerhard Remisch and Everhard Rensig, from Cistercian abbey of Mariawald) (98 kb, 11 September 2010)
  431. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Presentation of Christ in the Temple (1526-1527, Gerhard Remsich, from the abbey of Steinfeld, Germany, Lower Rhine) (85 kb, 10 December 2010)
  432. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Raising of Lazarus (about 1516-1522, possibly Everhard Rensig, from the abbey of Mariawald, Germany, Lower Rhine) (86 kb, 10 December 2010)
  433. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Resurrection (about 1540-1542, Gerhard Remsich, from the abbey of Steinfeld, Germany, Lower Rhine) (98 kb, 10 December 2010)
  434. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Return from Egypt and the Massacre of the Innocents (1528, Gerhard Remsich, from the abbey of Steinfeld, Germany, Lower Rhine) (82 kb, 10 December 2010)
  435. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Temptations of Christ (c 1520-1521, maker possibly Master of St Severin, from Cistercian abbey of Mariawald) (111 kb, 11 September 2010)
  436. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Virgin and Child (about 1475-1495, sculptor Domenico Rosselli) (53 kb, 12 June 2009)
  437. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: The Virgin and the Child (about 1475-1495, Domenico Rosselli) (54 kb, 10 December 2010)
  438. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: tile panel with flowers (1876, designed by William Morris, made at William De Morgan pottery, from Membland Hall in Devon) (110 kb, 11 September 2010)
  439. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Torso (1933, Frank Dobson) (31 kb, 10 December 2010)
  440. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: tray (1931, Bernard Leach) (38 kb, 11 September 2010)
  441. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: vase 'Fish' (1994, made by Steve Newell) (54 kb, 16 April 2006)
  442. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: vase with landscape (about 1900, workshop of Yabu Meizan, Osaka, Japan) (45 kb, 11 September 2010)
  443. London, England: Victoria and Albert Museum: Virgin of the Misericordia (about 1440-1441, Bartolomeo Bon and workshop, from the Scuola Vecchia di Santa Maria della Misericordia, Venice, Italy) (58 kb, 11 September 2010)
  444. London, England: Victoria Embankment: Fleet Air Arm Memoria, Daedalusl (2000, James Butler) (55 kb, 19 May 2011)
  445. London, England: Waterloo Station: Eurostar terminal (1991-1994, architect Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners) (91 kb, 9 October 2006)
  446. London, England: Westfield Stratford City: Mini hanging from wall (60 kb, 4 August 2012)
  447. London, England: Westminster Abbey: door on north side (106 kb, 25 September 2010)
  448. London, England: Westminster Abbey: figures over west entrance (107 kb, 25 September 2010)
  449. London, England: Westminster Abbey: main entrance on north side (101 kb, 25 September 2010)
  450. London, England: Westminster Abbey: tympanum, Christ in Majesty (114 kb, 25 September 2010)
  451. London, England: Westminster Abbey: view (1722-1745, Nicholas Hawksmoor) (82 kb, 25 September 2010)
  452. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Chapel of St Andrew and the Saints of Scotland, Saint Andrew (1914-1915, designed by Robert Weir Schultz, made by Venice and Murano Glass company and James Powell and Sons) (102 kb, 25 September 2010)
  453. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Chapel of St George and the English Martyrs, Crucifixion (1939-1940, Eric Gill) (67 kb, 25 September 2010)
  454. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Chapel of St George and the English Martyrs, St George (1931, Philip Lindsey Clark) (66 kb, 25 September 2010)
  455. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Chapel of St Gregory and St Augustine, St Gregory and St Augustine (1901, designed by Clayton and Bell, made by James Powell and Sons) (97 kb, 25 September 2010)
  456. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Chapel of St Gregory and St Augustine, St Gregory sends St Augustine to England (1902-1904, designed by Claytonand Bell, made by Venice and Murano Glass company) (117 kb, 25 September 2010)
  457. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Chapel of St Joseph, Holy Family (2003-2006, Christopher Hobbs) (119 kb, 25 September 2010)
  458. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Chapel of St Patrick and the Saints of Ireland, St Patrick (1999, Trevor Caley) (99 kb, 25 September 2010)
  459. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Chapel of St Paul, Boris Anrep and Justin Vulliamy (made 1962-1963 in Paris and Venice, installed by Peter Indri in 1964-1965) (77 kb, 25 September 2010)
  460. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, ceiling (1962, Boris Anrep) (95 kb, 25 September 2010)
  461. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Holy Souls Chapel, archangel Raphael escorting souls through the cleansing flames (1902-1903, designed by John Bentley and W.C. Symons, installed by George Bridge) (124 kb, 25 September 2010)
  462. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: John Henry Newman (2010, Tom Phillips) (98 kb, 25 September 2010)
  463. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Lady Chapel, Tree of Life, 1913 (designed by Robert Anning Bell) (130 kb, 25 September 2010)
  464. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: pulpit (1934) (97 kb, 25 September 2010)
  465. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: pulpit, Our Lady of Walsingham (1934) (91 kb, 25 September 2010)
  466. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: St Anthony of Padua, surrounded by fish (2010, Leonard McComb, assembled and installed by Tessa Hunkin's workshop) (93 kb, 25 September 2010)
  467. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross I, Jesus Is Condemned to Death (1915, Eric Gill) (73 kb, 25 September 2010)
  468. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross II, Jesus Receives His Cross (1914, Eric Gill) (74 kb, 25 September 2010)
  469. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross III, Jesus Falls the First Time (1916, Eric Gill) (63 kb, 25 September 2010)
  470. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross IV, Jesus Meets His Mother (1916, Eric Gill) (66 kb, 25 September 2010)
  471. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross IX, Jesus Falls a Third Time (1917-1918, Eric Gill) (58 kb, 25 September 2010)
  472. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross V, Simon of Cyrene Helps Jesus to Carry the Cross (1915, Eric Gill) (64 kb, 25 September 2010)
  473. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross VI, Jesus and Veronica (1916, Eric Gill) (63 kb, 25 September 2010)
  474. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross VII, Jesus Falls a Second Time (1917, Eric Gill) (57 kb, 25 September 2010)
  475. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross VIII, Jesus Comforts the Women of Jerusalem (1917, Eric Gill) (61 kb, 25 September 2010)
  476. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross X, Jesus Is Stripped of His Clothes (1914, Eric Gill) (62 kb, 25 September 2010)
  477. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross XI, Jesus Is Nailed to the Cross (1918, Eric Gill) (60 kb, 25 September 2010)
  478. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross XII, Jesus Dies Upon the Cross (1918, Eric Gill) (63 kb, 25 September 2010)
  479. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross XIII, The Body of Jesus Is Taken from the Cross and Laid in Mary's Bosom (1915, Eric Gill) (79 kb, 25 September 2010)
  480. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: Station of the Cross XIV, The Body of Jesus Is Laid in the Tomb (1918, Eric Gill) (83 kb, 25 September 2010)
  481. London, England: Westminster Cathedral: tympanum mosaic (1915-16, designed by Robert Anning Bell, installed by James Powell and Sons) (114 kb, 25 September 2010)
  482. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Africa (1861-1868, sculptor John Birnie Philip, architect George Gilbert Scott) (75 kb, 25 September 2010)
  483. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Agriculture (1861-1868, sculptor Henry Hugh Armstead, architect George Gilbert Scott) (74 kb, 25 September 2010)
  484. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: America (1861-1868, sculptor John Birnie Philip, architect George Gilbert Scott) (75 kb, 25 September 2010)
  485. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Art (1861-1868, sculptor Henry Hugh Armstead, architect George Gilbert Scott) (74 kb, 25 September 2010)
  486. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Asia (1861-1868, sculptor John Birnie Philip, architect George Gilbert Scott) (76 kb, 25 September 2010)
  487. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Australasia (1861-1868, sculptor John Birnie Philip, architect George Gilbert Scott) (75 kb, 25 September 2010)
  488. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Commerce (1861-1868, sculptor Henry Hugh Armstead, architect George Gilbert Scott) (75 kb, 25 September 2010)
  489. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Europe (1861-1868, sculptor John Birnie Philip, architect George Gilbert Scott) (72 kb, 25 September 2010)
  490. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Geography and Science (1908, sculptor W.S. Frith, architect J.M. Brydon) (70 kb, 25 September 2010)
  491. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Government and History (1908, sculptor W.S. Frith, architect J.M. Brydon) (70 kb, 25 September 2010)
  492. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Industry and Justice (1908, sculptor W.S. Frith, architect J.M. Brydon) (71 kb, 25 September 2010)
  493. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Manufacture (1861-1868, sculptor Henry Hugh Armstead, architect George Gilbert Scott) (75 kb, 25 September 2010)
  494. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Science (1861-1868, sculptor Henry Hugh Armstead, architect George Gilbert Scott) (77 kb, 25 September 2010)
  495. London, England: Whitehall, Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Trade by Sea (1908, sculptor P. R. Montford, architect J.M. Brydon) (66 kb, 25 September 2010)
  496. London, England: Whitehall: The Women of World War II (2005, John W. Mills) (79 kb, 25 September 2010)

Other United Kingdom:

  1. Aldwincle, Northamptonshire, England: Lyveden New Bield: (spiral) mound (1595-1605) (98 kb, 14 September 2007)
  2. Aldwincle, Northamptonshire, England: Lyveden New Bield: view from south (1595-1605) (72 kb, 14 September 2007)
  3. Aldwincle, Northamptonshire, England: Lyveden New Bield: window (1595-1605) (83 kb, 14 September 2007)
  4. Ambleside, England: Nook Lane: dry stone wall (157 kb, 2 August 2007)
  5. Ambleside, England: Stock Ghyll Force (103 kb, 22 July 2009)
  6. Ambleside, England: Stock Ghyll Force: view of waterfall (110 kb, 1 August 2007)
  7. Ambleside, England: University of Cumbria (until 2007 was St Martin's College): Charlotte Mason Library (2003, Capita DBS) (82 kb, 2 August 2007)
  8. Avebury, England: stones, outer stone circle (70 kb, 17 November 2013)
  9. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: auditorium (Australian) walnut veneer wall (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (79 kb, 9 September 2007)
  10. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: auditorium ceiling (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (55 kb, 9 September 2007)
  11. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: bandstand (2001, architect Niall McLaughlin) (61 kb, 9 September 2007)
  12. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: cantilevered north stairwell, exterior (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (54 kb, 9 September 2007)
  13. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: north stairwell windows (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (84 kb, 9 September 2007)
  14. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: roof terrace (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (61 kb, 9 September 2007)
  15. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: south façade (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (56 kb, 9 September 2007)
  16. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: spiral staircase (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (68 kb, 9 September 2007)
  17. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: spiral staircase and chandelier from above (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (65 kb, 9 September 2007)
  18. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: spiral staircase and chandelier from below (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (41 kb, 9 September 2007)
  19. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: spiral staircase handrail (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (62 kb, 9 September 2007)
  20. Bexhill-on-Sea, England: De La Warr Pavilion: terrace outside spiral staircase (1935, Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff; restored 2005, John McAslan and Partners) (56 kb, 9 September 2007)
  21. Birmingham, England: University of Birmingham, Medical School: relief of Aesculapius over entrance (1938?, William Bloye) (90 kb, 3 November 2010)
  22. Birmingham, England: University of Birmingham: Faraday, 2000, Eduardo Paolozzi (80 kb, 4 November 2010)
  23. Bishop's Stortford, England: All Saints', Hockerill: Rose Window (1937, Hugh Easton) (109 kb, 2 June 2006)
  24. Bishop's Stortford, England: St Michael's Church: East Window detail (1885, W.G. Taylor) (138 kb, 2 June 2006)
  25. Bishop's Stortford, England: St Michael's Church: Lady Chapel window (1920s, Christopher Webb) (124 kb, 2 June 2006)
  26. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Amphis, view from front (2008, designed by Folke Köbberling and Martin Kaltwasser) (52 kb, 29 November 2008)
  27. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Amphis, view from rear (2008, designed by Folke Köbberling and Martin Kaltwasser) (54 kb, 29 November 2008)
  28. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: reception building (2006-2008, architect Hawkins \ Brown) (52 kb, 29 November 2008)
  29. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: sculpture of dancing figure (late 1990s?) (80 kb, 29 November 2008)
  30. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: studio building (2006-2008, architect Hawkins \ Brown) (50 kb, 29 November 2008)
  31. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Walking House, entrance (2008, designed by N55, Copenhagen) (50 kb, 29 November 2008)
  32. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Walking House, kitchen area (2008, designed by N55, Copenhagen) (62 kb, 29 November 2008)
  33. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Walking House, lounge and sleeping area (2008, designed by N55, Copenhagen) (62 kb, 29 November 2008)
  34. Bourn, England: Wysing Arts Centre: Walking House, view (2008, designed by N55, Copenhagen) (54 kb, 29 November 2008)
  35. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: chancel stalls (15th century?) (83 kb, 24 January 2009)
  36. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: left mosaic panel behind altar (the Annunciation) (1880s?) (113 kb, 24 January 2009)
  37. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: middle mosaic panel behind altar (Golden Legend: Joseph and Mary) (1880s?) (102 kb, 24 January 2009)
  38. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: nave roof (15th century) (80 kb, 31 January 2009)
  39. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: north east aisle window (the Annunciation and Adoration of the Magi) (1936, Hugh Easton) (113 kb, 24 January 2009)
  40. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: right mosaic panel behind altar (Mary and Elizabeth) (1880s?) (121 kb, 24 January 2009)
  41. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: south east aisle window (Mary visiting Elizabeth and Presentation of Christ) (1936, Hugh Easton) (109 kb, 24 January 2009)
  42. Burwell, England: St Mary's Church: view down nave (15th century) (84 kb, 24 January 2009)
  43. Caldecote, England: Meunier House: view (1965, 2005, architect John Meunier) (104 kb, 6 July 2009)
  44. Canterbury, England: University of Kent, Department of Biosciences: stairs (1972, architects Easton, Robertson, Preston and Partners) (75 kb, 21 February 2006)
  45. Chirk, Wrexham, Wales: Chirk Castle: Davies Gates detail (made between 1712 and 1719 by the brothers Robert and John Davies of Bersham near Wrexham) (112 kb, 15 October 2005)
  46. Compton Verney, England: Compton Verney House, Upper Bridge: sphinx (probably c1769-1772, bridge designed by 'Capability' Brown) (42 kb, 17 June 2006)
  47. Cottenham, England: All Saints Church: altar cloth (1990s?, designed by Mac Dowdy, made by Jane Lemon and Sarum Group, Salisbury) (54 kb, 31 January 2009)
  48. Cottenham, England: All Saints Church: chancel window, Ascension (1853) (103 kb, 31 January 2009)
  49. Cottenham, England: All Saints Church: nave roof (1622) (73 kb, 31 January 2009)
  50. Cottenham, England: All Saints Church: pew bench carving (1867) (58 kb, 31 January 2009)
  51. Cottenham, England: All Saints Church: pew bench carving (1867) (62 kb, 31 January 2009)
  52. Cottenham, England: All Saints Church: pew bench carving (1867) (52 kb, 31 January 2009)
  53. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): baptistry window (1962, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (79 kb, 4 November 2010)
  54. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): baptistry window, sunburst detail (1962, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (60 kb, 4 November 2010)
  55. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): choir stalls (1956-1962, architect Basil Spence) (93 kb, 4 November 2010)
  56. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): Christ in Glory, crucifixion (1962, Graham Sutherland; cross is by Geoffrey Clarke) (56 kb, 4 November 2010)
  57. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): Christ in Glory, tapestry (1962, Graham Sutherland; cross is by Geoffrey Clarke) (79 kb, 4 November 2010)
  58. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): Communion (artist Einar Forseth) (132 kb, 4 November 2010)
  59. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): Gethsemane Chapel, Angel of Agony (1962, Steven Sykes) (108 kb, 4 November 2010)
  60. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): St Sigfrid (artist Einar Forseth) (110 kb, 4 November 2010)
  61. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): west screen, angels (Screen of Saints and Angels) (1962, John Hutton) (63 kb, 4 November 2010)
  62. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): west screen, saint (Screen of Saints and Angels) (1962, John Hutton) (42 kb, 4 November 2010)
  63. Coventry, England: Coventry Cathedral (St Michael's Cathedral): west screen, saint (Screen of Saints and Angels) (1962, John Hutton) (48 kb, 4 November 2010)
  64. Edinburgh, Scotland: Dynamic Earth: view (1999, architect Michael Hopkins and Partners) (63 kb, 6 April 2004)
  65. Edinburgh, Scotland: Queen's Gallery: door (2002, Benjamin Tindall Architects) (81 kb, 6 April 2004)
  66. Edinburgh, Scotland: Waverley Station: cupola frieze (90 kb, 9 February 2006)
  67. Ely, England: Ely Cathedral: tympanum above west door (115 kb, 21 January 2006)
  68. Ely, England: Ely Cathedral: west door detail (110 kb, 4 May 2002)
  69. Ely, England: Ely Cathedral: west doors (109 kb, 21 January 2006)
  70. Fen Ditton, England: trees and oil rape seed field (127 kb, 7 April 2002)
  71. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow University, Department of Chemistry (Joseph Black Building): staircase and window wall (1936-1939, architects T Harold Hughes and David S R Waugh) (75 kb, 8 February 2006)
  72. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow University, Department of Chemistry (Joseph Black Building): stairs (1936-1939, architects T Harold Hughes and David S R Waugh) (72 kb, 8 February 2006)
  73. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow University, Department of Chemistry (Joseph Black Building): stairwell (1936-1939, architects T Harold Hughes and David S R Waugh) (87 kb, 8 February 2006)
  74. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow University, Gilbert Scott Building: tower (1870, George Gilbert Scott) (77 kb, 8 February 2006)
  75. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow University, Wolfson Medical School Building: view (2002, Reiach and Hall Architects) (88 kb, 8 February 2006)
  76. Gog Magog Hills, England: Wandlebury Ring: Stable Block cupola (18th century) (77 kb, 24 August 2008)
  77. Grantchester, England: Parish Church of St Andrew and St Mary: pelican floor mosaic (c1870s) (100 kb, 23 October 2005)
  78. Haddenham, England: Water Tower: view (1967, engineer F.W. Sanders) (61 kb, 24 January 2009)
  79. Harlow, England: M11 (2.5 km north of J7): Church Langley Water Tower (1993-4, structural design Pearson Ellis Partnership) (55 kb, 3 February 2008)
  80. Higham Ferrers, England: cemetery: angel carving, gravestone (123 kb, 26 November 2005)
  81. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: carving on north side of tower (man playing flute and drum) (86 kb, 21 April 2007)
  82. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: Chancel, Crucifixion window (made by Clayton and Bell) detail (144 kb, 19 March 2005)
  83. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: door ironwork detail (148 kb, 21 April 2007)
  84. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: double doors (104 kb, 13 June 2005)
  85. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: Lady Chapel, Jesse Tree window (made by Kempe) detail (147 kb, 19 March 2005)
  86. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: misericord (around 1425) (90 kb, 19 March 2005)
  87. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: misericord (around 1425) (93 kb, 13 June 2005)
  88. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: spire and Crucifixion (64 kb, 14 April 2006)
  89. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: tower and spire (with birds) (69 kb, 19 March 2005)
  90. Higham Ferrers, England: Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin: view (54 kb, 21 April 2007)
  91. Hinxton, England: European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): East Wing (2007, architect NBBJ) (79 kb, 6 February 2008)
  92. Hinxton, England: European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): 'Starball' (2007, sculptor Colin Rose) (117 kb, 6 February 2008)
  93. Hinxton, England: Hinxton Hall (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Pompeii Room, ceiling (97 kb, 25 October 2002)
  94. Hinxton, England: Hinxton Hall (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Pompeii Room, corner of ceiling (100 kb, 30 January 2007)
  95. Hinxton, England: Hinxton Hall (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Pompeii Room, painted wall (83 kb, 25 October 2002)
  96. Hinxton, England: Hinxton Hall (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Pompeii Room, painted wall (82 kb, 25 October 2002)
  97. Hinxton, England: Hinxton Hall (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Pompeii Room, painted wall (77 kb, 25 October 2002)
  98. Hinxton, England: Hinxton Hall (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): wallpaper with birds and flowers (63 kb, 29 January 2007)
  99. Hinxton, England: Sanger Institute (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Cairns Pavilion, glass walkway (2005, architect NBBJ) (66 kb, 6 February 2008)
  100. Hinxton, England: Sanger Institute (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Cairns Pavilion, view (2005, architect NBBJ) (55 kb, 16 April 2008)
  101. Hinxton, England: Sanger Institute (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Data Centre (2005, architect NBBJ) (67 kb, 6 February 2008)
  102. Hinxton, England: Sanger Institute (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Data Centre, interior with 'floating' meeting room (2005, architect NBBJ) (77 kb, 6 February 2008)
  103. Hinxton, England: Sanger Institute (Wellcome Trust Genome Campus): Sulston Laboratories, stained glass window (1997, designed by Kathy Shaw, made by Derix Studios) (106 kb, 26 October 2002)
  104. Histon, England: Parish Church of St Andrew and St Etheldreda: 'The Creation' detail (by Mayer of Munich) (68 kb, 29 October 2005)
  105. Histon, England: Vision Park, Endeavour House: stairs (78 kb, 27 June 2010)
  106. Horton in Ribblesdale, England: dry stone wall (139 kb, 15 August 2004)
  107. Hunstanton, England: beach: couple on beach (141 kb, 19 August 2012)
  108. Hunstanton, England: beach: seaweed on rocks (108 kb, 19 August 2012)
  109. Hunstanton, England: beach: white, red and brown cliff (73 kb, 19 August 2012)
  110. Impington, England: Impington Village College: view from front (1936-1939, architects Walter Gropius and Maxwell Fry) (97 kb, 18 February 2006)
  111. Ingleton, England: Ingleborough: rocky slope (123 kb, 27 July 2006)
  112. Ingleton, England: Ingleborough: view (72 kb, 27 July 2006)
  113. Ipswich, England: Friars Street: Willis Faber and Dumas (1971-1975, Norman Foster and Partners) (58 kb, 10 April 2005)
  114. Kedlington, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Barnardiston pew (1610) (90 kb, 13 September 2008)
  115. Kedlington, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Barnardiston pew tracery detail (1610) (99 kb, 13 September 2008)
  116. Kedlington, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: hatchment (1669) (63 kb, 13 September 2008)
  117. Kedlington, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Nathaniel and Jane Barnardiston memorial (he died 1653, she 1669) (71 kb, 13 September 2008)
  118. Kedlington, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: tower (82 kb, 13 September 2008)
  119. Keswick, England: St John's Church: Christ with little children (1920s, designer Veronica Whall) (113 kb, 6 August 2008)
  120. Keswick, England: St John's Church: 'The Lost Piece of Silver', 'The Good Shepherd' and 'The Sower' (1889, Powell and Sons, designs of Henry Holiday) (122 kb, 6 August 2008)
  121. Kimbolton, England: St Andrew's Church: marble memorial for Consuelo, Duchess of Manchester (1912, sculptor René de Saint-Marceaux) (42 kb, 26 September 2012)
  122. Kimbolton, England: St Andrew's Church: The Carter Window (installed in 1922, probably made by William Harris and Sons of Kennington Road, London; in memory of Henry Carter and his wife Mary Ann Gordon Carter) (151 kb, 26 September 2012)
  123. Kimbolton, England: St Andrew's Church: Tiffany window (made 1901, installed 1902, designer Frederick Wilson) (87 kb, 31 December 2004)
  124. Kimbolton, England: St Andrew's Church: Tiffany window, detail (made 1901, installed 1902, designer Frederick Wilson) (84 kb, 26 September 2012)
  125. Lake District, England: Castlerigg: stone circle (early morning) (86 kb, 21 August 2005)
  126. Lake District, England: Castlerigg: stone circle (early morning, with fog in valley) (92 kb, 14 August 2003)
  127. Lake District, England: Rydal Water: early morning mist (44 kb, 21 August 2005)
  128. Landbeach, England: A10: poppy field (118 kb, 13 June 2009)
  129. Landbeach, England: Emmaus Cambridge: bird (2013) (89 kb, 17 August 2013)
  130. Landbeach, England: Emmaus Cambridge: cartoon character (2013) (76 kb, 17 August 2013)
  131. Landbeach, England: Emmaus Cambridge: face (2012) (82 kb, 19 August 2013)
  132. Landbeach, England: Emmaus Cambridge: face (2013) (91 kb, 17 August 2013)
  133. Landbeach, England: rolled straw bales in field (85 kb, 5 August 2006)
  134. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Branch Chapel window (Raising of Lazarus; Marriage at Cana) (133 kb, 13 September 2008)
  135. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: clerestory windows and wall decoration (15th century) (91 kb, 13 September 2008)
  136. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Copinger memorial (73 kb, 13 September 2008)
  137. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: decoration over entrance (15th century) (111 kb, 13 September 2008)
  138. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: east window (St Peter, Virgin Mary, Crucifixion, St John and St Paul) (136 kb, 13 September 2008)
  139. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Lady Chapel window (Jesus speaking to Martha about death of Lazarus; risen Christ speaking to Mary Magdalene; John Baptist and Jesus; Jesus giving St Peter authority in the church) (93 kb, 13 September 2008)
  140. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: Lady Chapel window (Suffer little children; Mary of Bethany washing feet of Jesus in house of Simon the Leper) (108 kb, 13 September 2008)
  141. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: view (15th century) (65 kb, 13 September 2008)
  142. Lavenham, England: St Peter and St Paul Church: west window (eight scenes from life of St Peter) (120 kb, 13 September 2008)
  143. Leicester, England: Charles Street: street light (88 kb, 20 September 2013)
  144. Leicester, England: De Montfort University: Hugh Aston Building, façade (2010, CPMG) (60 kb, 20 September 2013)
  145. Leicester, England: Granby Street: The Turkey Café, façade (1901, Arthur Wakerley) (81 kb, 20 September 2013)
  146. Leicester, England: Guildhall: Leicester Automaton Clock (1999 reconstruction of 17th century design) (85 kb, 20 September 2013)
  147. Leicester, England: Highcross Shopping Centre: interior (2008, Foreign Office Architects) (99 kb, 20 September 2013)
  148. Leicester, England: Highcross Shopping Centre: John Lewis, façade (2008, Foreign Office Architects) (87 kb, 20 September 2013)
  149. Leicester, England: Highcross Shopping Centre: Showcase Cinema de Lux, façade (2008, Foreign Office Architects) (76 kb, 20 September 2013)
  150. Leicester, England: King Street: Sophbeck Sessions, man (72 kb, 20 September 2013)
  151. Leicester, England: Lancaster Road: Opal Court (2007, Stephen George and Partners) (66 kb, 20 September 2013)
  152. Leicester, England: Leicester Cathedral: Ascension (probably Heaton, Butler and Bayne) (123 kb, 20 September 2013)
  153. Leicester, England: Leicester Cathedral: Christ and the Apostles (1937, designed by Veronica Whall, made by Whall and Whall) (114 kb, 20 September 2013)
  154. Leicester, England: Leicester Cathedral: Jesus (1956, artist A.E. Buss, maker Goddard and Gibbs) (132 kb, 20 September 2013)
  155. Leicester, England: Leicester Cathedral: Jesus and fishing Disciples (Heaton, Butler and Bayne) (138 kb, 20 September 2013)
  156. Leicester, England: Leicester Cathedral: Noli Me Tangere (1902, Heaton, Butler and Bayne) (148 kb, 20 September 2013)
  157. Leicester, England: Leicester Cathedral: St Martin window (1907, designed and made by Christopher Whall) (108 kb, 20 September 2013)
  158. Leicester, England: Leicester Cathedral: WW2 memorial window, St George (1949, designed and made by Francis Spear) (139 kb, 20 September 2013)
  159. Leicester, England: Leicester Cathedral: WWI memorial window (Great East Window) (1920, designed and made by Christopher Whall) (124 kb, 20 September 2013)
  160. Leicester, England: Leicester Cathedral: WWI memorial window (Great East Window), Descent from the Cross (1920, designed and made by Christopher Whall) (139 kb, 20 September 2013)
  161. Leicester, England: Leicester Royal Infirmary, Jarvis Building: Healing Hands (1954, Albert Pountney) (99 kb, 20 September 2013)
  162. Leicester, England: Leicester University: Attenborough Building (1968-1970, Arup Associates) (71 kb, 20 September 2013)
  163. Leicester, England: Leicester University: Charles Wilson Building (1963-1966, Denys Lasdun) (69 kb, 20 September 2013)
  164. Leicester, England: Leicester University: Department of Engineering (1959-1963, James Stirling and James Gowan) (64 kb, 20 September 2013)
  165. Leicester, England: Leicester University: Henry Wellcome Building, Atomica (2005, sculptor John Sydney Carter) (99 kb, 20 September 2013)
  166. Leicester, England: Midland Street: man and woman (2009, Pete Baker and Anthony Donnelly, Urban Canvas) (84 kb, 20 September 2013)
  167. Leicester, England: Midland Street: man with light (2009, Pete Baker and Anthony Donnelly, Urban Canvas) (70 kb, 20 September 2013)
  168. Leicester, England: New Walk: The Clicker (2007, John Atkin) (89 kb, 20 September 2013)
  169. Leicester, England: New Walk: The Clothier (2010, John Atkin) (64 kb, 20 September 2013)
  170. Leicester, England: Oxford Street: Jain Centre, façade (73 kb, 20 September 2013)
  171. Leicester, England: Rutland Street: Athena (1938, Harry Weedon, assisted by Robert Arthur Bullivant) (71 kb, 20 September 2013)
  172. Leicester, England: Rutland Street: The Curve, café (2008, architect Rafael Viñoly and engineered by Adams Kara Taylor) (70 kb, 20 September 2013)
  173. Leicester, England: Rutland Street: The Curve, façade (2008, architect Rafael Viñoly and engineered by Adams Kara Taylor) (77 kb, 20 September 2013)
  174. Leicester, England: University of Leicester: Henry Wellcome Building, Vortex (1999, John Sydney Carter, installed here in 2006) (71 kb, 4 January 2012)
  175. Leicester, England: Victoria Park: view of trees forming walkway (117 kb, 20 September 2013)
  176. Leicester, England: York Road: Hodges and Drake Design (72 kb, 20 September 2013)
  177. Lichfield, England: Garden of Remembrance: War Memorial, St George and the Dragon (with a slight dusting of snow) (70 kb, 19 January 2013)
  178. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Bishop Hacket window (1901, Kempe) (78 kb, 19 January 2013)
  179. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Christian fighting Apollyon (scene from Pilgrim's Progress) (1951, Harry Stammers) (113 kb, 19 January 2013)
  180. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Christus (2002, Peter Ball) (102 kb, 19 January 2013)
  181. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: David and Goliath (ca. 1862, Clayton and Bell) (120 kb, 19 January 2013)
  182. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Faith, Hope and Charity (1865, Wailes) (128 kb, 19 January 2013)
  183. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Faith, Hope and Charity (1876, Ward and Hughes) (123 kb, 19 January 2013)
  184. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Jesus with Lazarus; with Mary and Martha; with Mary Magdalene (1873, Clayton and Bell) (105 kb, 19 January 2013)
  185. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Joshua, Michael and the Centurion at the Cross (1884, Burlison and Grylls) (95 kb, 19 January 2013)
  186. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: King David training the musicians (1890, Kempe) (115 kb, 19 January 2013)
  187. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Lady Chapel reredos (ca. 1895, Kempe and Zwink) (126 kb, 19 January 2013)
  188. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Moses, Gideon, Saul and David (1903, Burlison and Grylls) (131 kb, 19 January 2013)
  189. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Paul on Trial (1911, H. Bryans) (103 kb, 19 January 2013)
  190. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Peter and John heal the cripple at the Beautiful Gate (1894-1895, Kempe) (112 kb, 19 January 2013)
  191. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Presbytery floor, Minton tiles, 19th century (119 kb, 19 January 2013)
  192. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Quire screen detail (architect, George Gilbert Scott) (121 kb, 19 January 2013)
  193. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Quire stalls (120 kb, 19 January 2013)
  194. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: Saints George, Oswald and Alban (1903, Burlison and Grylls) (108 kb, 19 January 2013)
  195. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: St Stephen Preaching to the Sanhedrin (1895, Kempe) (93 kb, 19 January 2013)
  196. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: west side, central door (103 kb, 19 January 2013)
  197. Lichfield, England: Lichfield Cathedral: west side, right door (94 kb, 19 January 2013)
  198. Little Shelford, England: red poppies in meadow (140 kb, 13 June 2003)
  199. Long Melford, England: Holy and Blessed Trinity Hospital: view (16th century almshouse) (78 kb, 13 September 2008)
  200. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: Adoration of the Magi (alabaster relief, c1350) (68 kb, 13 September 2008)
  201. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: Clopton Chantry Chapel, vine leaf frieze (72 kb, 13 September 2008)
  202. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: Crucifixion reredos (1877, after painting by Albrecht Dürer) (98 kb, 13 September 2008)
  203. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: Elizabeth Talbot and Elizabeth Tilney (former said to be model for John Tenniel's Duchess in 'Alice in Wonderland') (125 kb, 13 September 2008)
  204. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: Lady Chapel (1496) (102 kb, 13 September 2008)
  205. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: Martyn Chapel window (147 kb, 13 September 2008)
  206. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: St Gabriel, St Andrew and St Raphael (mid to late 15th century, Norwich School) (131 kb, 13 September 2008)
  207. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: view (largely built 1467-1484, except tower is 1903) (70 kb, 13 September 2008)
  208. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: west entrance (1903) (127 kb, 13 September 2008)
  209. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: William Clopton tomb detail (died 1464) (since 1436 town of Hadleigh pays one red rose per annum as rent for guildhall and land for market) (45 kb, 13 September 2008)
  210. Long Melford, England: Holy Trinity Church: William Cordell tomb (died 1581) (85 kb, 13 September 2008)
  211. Long Melford, England: Melford Hall: banqueting house (16th century) (103 kb, 13 September 2008)
  212. Long Melford, England: Melford Hall: west range (16th century) (81 kb, 13 September 2008)
  213. Madingley, England: American War Cemetery: altar and mosaic memorial (1956, Francis Scott Bradford) (88 kb, 2 January 2005)
  214. Madingley, England: American War Cemetery: angel, mosaic (1956, Francis Scott Bradford) (114 kb, 4 November 2006)
  215. Madingley, England: American War Cemetery: angels, mosaic (1956, Francis Scott Bradford) (123 kb, 4 November 2006)
  216. Madingley, England: American War Cemetery: grave stones (88 kb, 31 December 2003)
  217. Madingley, England: American War Cemetery: grave stones (93 kb, 31 December 2005)
  218. Madingley, England: American War Cemetery: grave stones (94 kb, 25 May 2014)
  219. Madingley, England: American War Cemetery: grave stones and autumn trees (94 kb, 4 November 2006)
  220. Madingley, England: American War Cemetery: mosaic memorial ceiling (1956, Francis Scott Bradford) (120 kb, 31 December 2003)
  221. Madingley, England: American War Cemetery: US Coast Guard serviceman (along Wall of the Missing) (1951, sculptor Wheeler Williams) (53 kb, 26 May 2014)
  222. Madingley, England: Madingley Hall: Cedar of Lebanoni (Cedrus liban) bark (154 kb, 20 March 2011)
  223. Madingley, England: Madingley Hall: seating (80 kb, 20 March 2011)
  224. Malham, England: Gordale Scar: waterfall (path is up the rocks at the left) (127 kb, 30 July 2007)
  225. Malham, England: Malham Cove: limestone rocks on top (156 kb, 13 August 2003)
  226. Malham, England: Malham Cove: limestone rocks on top (152 kb, 31 August 2010)
  227. Malham, England: Malham Cove: view from below (117 kb, 13 August 2003)
  228. Malham, England: Malham Cove: view on top (114 kb, 31 August 2010)
  229. Malham, England: Pennine Way: view (118 kb, 30 July 2007)
  230. Manea, England: High Street: dirt on red car (132 kb, 12 December 2010)
  231. Nether Alderley, England: St Mary: altar frontal (113 kb, 9 September 2009)
  232. Nether Alderley, England: St Mary: east window (1856, maker William Wailes) (114 kb, 9 September 2009)
  233. Nether Alderley, England: St Mary: font decorative bronze lid (1924, artist Harold Stabler) (88 kb, 9 September 2009)
  234. Nether Alderley, England: St Mary: Gabriel and Raphael (1909, maker Morris and Co., designers Edward Burne-Jones, John Henry Dearle) (95 kb, 9 September 2009)
  235. Nether Alderley, England: St Mary: The Greg Window (1920, designer Irene Shakerley Dunlop) (91 kb, 9 September 2009)
  236. Newton Rigg, Cumbria, England: University of Cumbria (until 2007 was part of University of Central Lancashire): library window from inside (2001) (106 kb, 5 August 2008)
  237. Newton Rigg, Cumbria, England: University of Cumbria (until 2007 was part of University of Central Lancashire): library window from outside (2001) (118 kb, 5 August 2008)
  238. Norden, Rochdale, England: St Vincent de Paul Catholic Church: Jesus on roof (109 kb, 17 April 2010)
  239. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Constable Terrace (1993, Rick Mather Architects) (48 kb, 7 October 2007)
  240. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Constable Terrace, spiral staircase (1993, Rick Mather Architects) (65 kb, 7 October 2007)
  241. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (1974-1978, Norman Foster and Partners) (57 kb, 7 October 2007)
  242. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (Crescent Wing, 1988-1991, in front of main building, 1974-1978, Norman Foster and Partners) (46 kb, 7 October 2007)
  243. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, spiral staircase (1974-1978, Norman Foster and Partners) (85 kb, 7 October 2007)
  244. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Suffolk Terrace ('Ziggurat') (1964-1968, Denys Lasdun and Partners) (73 kb, 7 October 2007)
  245. Norwich, England: Univesity of East Anglia: Suffolk Terrace ('Ziggurat'), water spouts (1964-1968, Denys Lasdun and Partners) (73 kb, 7 October 2007)
  246. Nottingham, England: High Pavement Chapel: Great War memorial window, army (1925, maker Kempe & Co.?) (92 kb, 24 January 2010)
  247. Nottingham, England: High Pavement Chapel: Great War memorial window, crowd (1925, maker Kempe & Co.?) (101 kb, 24 January 2010)
  248. Nottingham, England: High Pavement Chapel: Great War memorial window, knights (1925, maker Kempe & Co.?) (139 kb, 24 January 2010)
  249. Nottingham, England: High Pavement Chapel: Great War memorial window, navy (1925, maker Kempe & Co.?) (83 kb, 24 January 2010)
  250. Nottingham, England: High Pavement Chapel: south window (1904, maker Morris & Co., designer Philip Burne-Jones) (114 kb, 24 January 2010)
  251. Nottingham, England: Nottingham Contemporary: view (2009, architect Caruso St John Architects) (61 kb, 24 January 2010)
  252. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: angel (2005, Mark Angus) (39 kb, 8 December 2007)
  253. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: angel (2005, Mark Angus) (43 kb, 8 December 2007)
  254. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: angel (2005, Mark Angus) (40 kb, 8 December 2007)
  255. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: angel (2005, Mark Angus) (53 kb, 8 December 2007)
  256. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Apocalypse (2002, Mark Angus) (60 kb, 8 December 2007)
  257. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Autumn (2002, Mark Angus) (59 kb, 8 December 2007)
  258. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Creation - Animals and Man (cat) (2002, Mark Angus) (49 kb, 8 December 2007)
  259. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Creation - Animals and Man (man and woman and double helix) (2002, Mark Angus) (47 kb, 8 December 2007)
  260. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Creation - Birds and Fish (2002, Mark Angus) (51 kb, 8 December 2007)
  261. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Creation - The Order of Plants (2002, Mark Angus) (54 kb, 8 December 2007)
  262. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Creation out of the Void ('big bang') (2002, Mark Angus) (62 kb, 8 December 2007)
  263. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Ecce Homo (2004, Mark Angus) (38 kb, 8 December 2007)
  264. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Jonah and the Whale (2004, Mark Angus) (59 kb, 8 December 2007)
  265. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Moses, the Law (Moses in the bullrushes) (2004, Mark Angus) (83 kb, 8 December 2007)
  266. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Nativity (2004, Mark Angus) (64 kb, 8 December 2007)
  267. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Noah's Ark (2004, Mark Angus) (50 kb, 8 December 2007)
  268. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Pietá (2004, Mark Angus) (49 kb, 8 December 2007)
  269. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Sermon on the Mount (2004, Mark Angus) (63 kb, 8 December 2007)
  270. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Spring (2002, Mark Angus) (81 kb, 8 December 2007)
  271. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: St Anthony of Egypt (2005, Mark Angus) (53 kb, 8 December 2007)
  272. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: St Catherine of Alexandria (2005, Mark Angus) (46 kb, 8 December 2007)
  273. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: St George of Lydda (2005, Mark Angus) (49 kb, 8 December 2007)
  274. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: St Margaret of Antioch (2005, Mark Angus) (46 kb, 8 December 2007)
  275. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Summer (2002, Mark Angus) (44 kb, 8 December 2007)
  276. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Crucifixion (2004, Mark Angus) (45 kb, 8 December 2007)
  277. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Infant (The Seven Ages of Man, 1956, Hugh Easton) (97 kb, 8 December 2007)
  278. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Judge (The Seven Ages of Man, 1956, Hugh Easton) (102 kb, 8 December 2007)
  279. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Judge, The Teacher, The Shepherd (1956, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (89 kb, 8 December 2007)
  280. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Last Supper (Jesus at bottom, Judas at left set back from table) (2004, Mark Angus) (55 kb, 8 December 2007)
  281. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Lover (The Seven Ages of Man, 1956, Hugh Easton) (97 kb, 8 December 2007)
  282. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Old Man (The Seven Ages of Man, 1956, Hugh Easton) (103 kb, 8 December 2007)
  283. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Schoolboy (The Seven Ages of Man, 1956, Hugh Easton) (101 kb, 8 December 2007)
  284. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Schoolmaster (The Seven Ages of Man, 1956, Hugh Easton) (113 kb, 8 December 2007)
  285. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Soldier (The Seven Ages of Man, 1956, Hugh Easton) (102 kb, 8 December 2007)
  286. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem (2004, Mark Angus) (69 kb, 8 December 2007)
  287. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Triumphs of the Apocalypse (2002, Mark Angus) (63 kb, 8 December 2007)
  288. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The True Vine, The Living Bread, The Water of Life (1956, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (108 kb, 8 December 2007)
  289. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: The Way, The Truth, The Life (1956, designed by John Piper, made by Patrick Reyntiens) (102 kb, 8 December 2007)
  290. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Tree of Knowledge (2004, Mark Angus) (44 kb, 8 December 2007)
  291. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Water - Baptism (2002, Mark Angus) (58 kb, 8 December 2007)
  292. Oundle, England: Oundle School Chapel: Winter (2002, Mark Angus) (55 kb, 8 December 2007)
  293. Oxford, England: History Faculty (originally Indian Institute): cupola (1883-1884, architect Basil Champneys) (66 kb, 25 May 2006)
  294. Oxford, England: Sheldonian Theatre: 'Emperor's Head' bust (originally 1868 but replaced 1972, carved by Michael Black) (76 kb, 25 May 2006)
  295. Patterdale, England: Helvellyn: Helvellyn from Striding Edge (106 kb, 28 July 2006)
  296. Patterdale, England: Helvellyn: Helvellyn reflected in Red Tarn (73 kb, 1 September 2010)
  297. Patterdale, England: Helvellyn: rocks near Striding Edge (129 kb, 28 July 2006)
  298. Patterdale, England: Helvellyn: Striding Edge from Helvellyn (114 kb, 28 July 2006)
  299. Patterdale, England: Helvellyn: Swirral Edge and Red Tarn (71 kb, 1 September 2010)
  300. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: altar and Ciborium (1894) (90 kb, 8 December 2007)
  301. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: apse ceiling, east end (late Victorian) (89 kb, 8 December 2007)
  302. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: Chapel of St. Oswald altar (100 kb, 8 December 2007)
  303. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: choir stall detail (late Victorian, carved by Thompsons of Peterborough) (109 kb, 8 December 2007)
  304. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: Hanging Crucifix (or Rood) (1975, designed by George Pace, with figure by Frank Roper) (73 kb, 8 December 2007)
  305. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: painted wood ceiling (c1230, cleaned early 2000s) (112 kb, 8 December 2007)
  306. Peterborough, England: Peterborough Cathedral: view from choir stalls to Sanctuary (Presbytery) (99 kb, 8 December 2007)
  307. Ribblehead, England: aqueduct over Settle and Carlisle line (looking towards Whernside) (114 kb, 21 July 2009)
  308. Ribblehead, England: railway viaduct (on the Settle and Carlisle line, 24 arches, 32m high, 400m long, limestone, built 1870-1875, restored 1988-1991) (68 kb, 15 August 2004)
  309. Robin Hood's Bay, England: beach: rock sculpture (100 kb, 7 September 2011)
  310. Robin Hood's Bay, England: view of town from Cleveland Way (92 kb, 7 September 2011)
  311. Scarborough, England: beach: beach huts (Edwardian?) (76 kb, 3 September 2012)
  312. Scarborough, England: beach: beach huts (Edwardian?) (93 kb, 5 September 2012)
  313. Scarborough, England: beach: cliff tram (162 kb, 5 September 2012)
  314. Scarborough, England: beach: modern (1970s?) beach huts (94 kb, 8 September 2011)
  315. Scarborough, England: beach: ripples in sand (88 kb, 3 September 2012)
  316. Scarborough, England: beach: seagull relief on (1970s?) beach huts (126 kb, 3 September 2012)
  317. Scarborough, England: beach: tea room (Edwardian?) (91 kb, 5 September 2012)
  318. Scarborough, England: South Cliff Methodist Church: Christ in Majesty (war memorial, 1921) (75 kb, 5 September 2012)
  319. Scarborough, England: South Cliff Methodist Church: Good Shepherd (1926) (126 kb, 7 September 2011)
  320. Scarborough, England: South Cliff Methodist Church: Sermon on the Mount (1913) (109 kb, 7 September 2011)
  321. Scarborough, England: South Cliff Methodist Church: The Road To Emmaus (c1930) (93 kb, 7 September 2011)
  322. Scarborough, England: Spa Bridge: view (1826-1827) (65 kb, 3 September 2012)
  323. Scarborough, England: Spa Bridge: view along bridge (1826-1827) (95 kb, 5 September 2012)
  324. Scarborough, England: Spa: Sun Court and bandstand (1914-1918, Thomas Edwin Cooper) (117 kb, 3 September 2012)
  325. Scarborough, England: Spa: Sun Court and bandstand, façade (1914-1918, Thomas Edwin Cooper) (62 kb, 3 September 2012)
  326. Scarborough, England: St Andrew's Church: view (1864, Lockwood and Mawson) (62 kb, 3 September 2012)
  327. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: Adam (Adam and Eve Before the Fall) (ca. 1861-1862, Ford Madox Brown) (82 kb, 3 September 2012)
  328. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: altar and decoration behind ('canopy of honour', painted by Philip Webb) (125 kb, 3 September 2012)
  329. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: altar decoration, detail ('canopy of honour', painted by Philip Webb) (133 kb, 3 September 2012)
  330. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: angel (1873, Edward Burne-Jones) (81 kb, 7 September 2011)
  331. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: Daniel (1872, Edward Burne-Jones) (75 kb, 7 September 2011)
  332. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: east window, Crucifixion (1862, Ford Maddox Brown) (121 kb, 3 September 2012)
  333. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: Eve (Adam and Eve Before the Fall) (ca. 1861-1862, Ford Madox Brown) (85 kb, 3 September 2012)
  334. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: Ezekiel (1872, Edward Burne-Jones) (70 kb, 7 September 2011)
  335. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: King David (1862, William Morris) (82 kb, 3 September 2012)
  336. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: Mary of Bethany (1868, William Morris) (64 kb, 7 September 2011)
  337. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: Moses (1872, Edward Burne-Jones) (79 kb, 3 September 2012)
  338. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: rood screen and chancel (1890-1894, Bodley) (101 kb, 7 September 2011)
  339. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: St Dorothea (1873, Edward Burne-Jones) (67 kb, 7 September 2011)
  340. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: St Peter (1872, Edward Burne-Jones) (68 kb, 7 September 2011)
  341. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: view up aisle (87 kb, 3 September 2012)
  342. Scarborough, England: St Martin-on-the-Hill: west rose window, Annunciation (1862-1863, Burne-Jones) (68 kb, 3 September 2012)
  343. Scarborough, England: St Mary's Parish Church: Benedicite Window, Great East Window (1958, made by H. Harvey and designed by H.J. Stammers of York) (161 kb, 8 September 2011)
  344. Scarborough, England: Stephen Joseph Theatre (was Odeon cinema): view (1936, designed by J. Cecil Clavering and Robert Bullivant with Harry Weedon as the architect) (83 kb, 8 September 2011)
  345. Scarborough, England: University of Hull: library, clock (48 kb, 3 September 2012)
  346. Scarborough, England: Valley Bridge: fence (69 kb, 3 September 2012)
  347. Sedbergh, England: St Andrew's Church: 'Jesus Walking on the Sea of Galilee' (c1900) (112 kb, 4 August 2008)
  348. Sheffield, England: Winter Garden: roof structure (2003, Pringle Richards Sharratt Architects, structural engineer Buro Happold) (111 kb, 18 December 2013)
  349. Shenton, England: Ashby de la Zouch Canal: field and trees (72 kb, 1 June 2014)
  350. Shenton, England: Ashby de la Zouch Canal: field and trees with canal boat (84 kb, 1 June 2014)
  351. Shenton, England: Shenton Station: train arriving (105 kb, 1 June 2014)
  352. Snettisham, England: St Mary: Ascension of Christ (83 kb, 31 May 2009)
  353. Snettisham, England: St Mary: ceiling (108 kb, 31 May 2009)
  354. Snettisham, England: St Mary: Crucifixion (98 kb, 31 May 2009)
  355. Snettisham, England: St Mary: John the Baptist, pulpit panel (84 kb, 31 May 2009)
  356. Snettisham, England: St Mary: main door (93 kb, 31 May 2009)
  357. Snettisham, England: St Mary: Presentation of Christ in the Temple (106 kb, 31 May 2009)
  358. Snettisham, England: St Mary: St Peter, pulpit panel (81 kb, 31 May 2009)
  359. Snettisham, England: St Mary: view (building 14th century, onwards) (54 kb, 31 May 2009)
  360. Snettisham, England: St Mary: west window (139 kb, 31 May 2009)
  361. Stansted, England: Stansted Airport: terminal building (1981-1991, Norman Foster and Partners) (67 kb, 26 April 2005)
  362. Stansted, England: Stansted Airport: terminal building roof detail (1981-1991, Norman Foster and Partners) (67 kb, 22 February 2006)
  363. Staughton Green, England: B645: oil rape seed field (127 kb, 2 June 2013)
  364. Stonehenge, England: summer solstice (53 kb, 20 June 2000)
  365. Swaffham Prior, England: St Cyriac's Church: tower (79 kb, 31 January 2009)
  366. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: Great War (World War I) left memorial window (call to war) (1919, designed by T F Curtis, made by Ward and Hughes) (104 kb, 31 January 2009)
  367. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: Great War (World War I) left memorial window (captured dug-out) (1919, designed by T F Curtis, made by Ward and Hughes) (129 kb, 31 January 2009)
  368. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: Great War (World War I) left memorial window (field telegraph tent) (1919, designed by T F Curtis, made by Ward and Hughes) (143 kb, 31 January 2009)
  369. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: Great War (World War I) left memorial window (German aeroplane) (1919, designed by T F Curtis, made by Ward and Hughes) (132 kb, 31 January 2009)
  370. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: Great War (World War I) left memorial window (scenes from bottom left: call to war; shell factory; howitzer; liquid fire; zeppelin; tank; German aeroplane; field telegraph tent; captured dug-out) (1919, designed by T F Curtis, made by Ward and Hughes) (95 kb, 31 January 2009)
  371. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: Great War (World War I) middle memorial window (military chaplain) (1919, designed by T F Curtis, made by Ward and Hughes) (150 kb, 31 January 2009)
  372. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: Great War (World War I) middle memorial window (motor field kitchen with Red Cross workers) (1919, designed by T F Curtis, made by Ward and Hughes) (134 kb, 31 January 2009)
  373. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: Great War (World War I) middle memorial window (scenes from bottom left: motor field kitchen with Red Cross workers; pipe line for water laid across Sinatic peninsular during invasion of Palestine; YMCA hut; German submarine mine layer; British submarine; sinking of Lusitania, with mines on floor of sea; Red Cross hospital in French house; military chaplain; Statue of Liberty) (1919, designed by T F Curtis, made by Ward and Hughes) (96 kb, 31 January 2009)
  374. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: Great War (World War I) middle memorial window (Statue of Liberty) (1919, designed by T F Curtis, made by Ward and Hughes) (118 kb, 31 January 2009)
  375. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: Great War (World War I) right memorial window (scenes from bottom left: Christ the Good Shepherd; ploughing; various agricultural activities; parable of the sower; sheep, cattle and camels feeding; watering sheep; harvesting; threshing by oxen; harvest on earth and in heaven) (1919, designed by T F Curtis, made by Ward and Hughes) (98 kb, 31 January 2009)
  376. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: rood screen (1907) (84 kb, 31 January 2009)
  377. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: rood screen Crucifixion (1907) (93 kb, 31 January 2009)
  378. Swaffham Prior, England: St Mary's Church: tower (square and octagonal part, 12th century; 16-sided part 13th century) (76 kb, 31 January 2009)
  379. Sywell, England: Sywell Aerodrome: Aviator Hotel, detail (58 kb, 29 June 2011)
  380. Trumpington, England: War Memorial: relief of (Great War) soldier (1921-1922, Eric Gill) (96 kb, 20 August 2008)
  381. Trumpington, England: War Memorial: relief of Mother and Child (1921-1922, Eric Gill) (89 kb, 20 August 2008)
  382. Trumpington, England: War Memorial: relief of St George (1921-1922, Eric Gill) (94 kb, 20 August 2008)
  383. Trumpington, England: War Memorial: relief of St Michael (1921-1922, Eric Gill) (75 kb, 20 August 2008)
  384. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: Crucifixion window (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (107 kb, 18 August 2011)
  385. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: Crucifixion window, detail (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (120 kb, 18 August 2011)
  386. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: east side aisle window (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (60 kb, 18 August 2011)
  387. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: north chancel window (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (56 kb, 18 August 2011)
  388. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: north chancel window, detail (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (79 kb, 18 August 2011)
  389. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: north side aisle window 1 (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (75 kb, 18 August 2011)
  390. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: north side aisle window 2 (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (79 kb, 18 August 2011)
  391. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: north side aisle window 3 (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (92 kb, 18 August 2011)
  392. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: northeast chancel window (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (50 kb, 18 August 2011)
  393. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: south chancel window (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (52 kb, 18 August 2011)
  394. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: south chancel window, detail (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (97 kb, 18 August 2011)
  395. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: south east chancel window (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (70 kb, 18 August 2011)
  396. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: south east chancel window, detail (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (104 kb, 18 August 2011)
  397. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: south nave window 1 (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (74 kb, 18 August 2011)
  398. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: south nave window 2 (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (72 kb, 18 August 2011)
  399. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: west side aisle window (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (58 kb, 18 August 2011)
  400. Tudeley, England: All Saints' Church: west side aisle window, detail (installed 1967-1985, Marc Chagall) (108 kb, 18 August 2011)
  401. Waresley, England: St James' Church: E. Caroline Duncombe Memorial (51 kb, 22 May 2011)
  402. Waresley, England: St James' Church: Scenes in the Life of Christ (125 kb, 22 May 2011)
  403. Waterbeach, England: St John the Evangelist: crucifixion (93 kb, 3 October 2009)
  404. Waterbeach, England: St John the Evangelist: Saint Paul preaching to crowd in Athens, pulpit (94 kb, 3 October 2009)
  405. Welney, England: Wash Road (A1101): fields flooded (76 kb, 11 January 2014)
  406. Welney, England: Wash Road (A1101): lorry (truck) driving along flooded road (62 kb, 11 January 2014)
  407. Whitby, England: Abbey: ruins (91 kb, 4 September 2012)
  408. Whitby, England: Abbey: ruins (75 kb, 4 September 2012)
  409. Whitby, England: Church of Saint Mary: view (12th/13th century) (71 kb, 4 September 2012)
  410. Whitby, England: Church Stairs: bottom of 199 steps down from Abbey to town (80 kb, 4 September 2012)
  411. Willingham, England: St Mary and All Saints Church: chancel altar window (commemorating fallen of World Wars I and II) (1952, designed by Joseph Nuttgens) (105 kb, 3 November 2007)
  412. Willingham, England: St Mary and All Saints Church: Madonna and Child (c1972, G. Maile Studios) (88 kb, 12 November 2011)
  413. Willingham, England: St Mary and All Saints Church: sedilia (seating for clergy, 13th century, restored 1890 and 1983) (76 kb, 3 November 2007)
  414. Willingham, England: St Mary and All Saints Church: St Christopher wallpainting (about 1380, restored 1983) (72 kb, 3 November 2007)
  415. Willingham, England: St Mary and All Saints Church: tower (71 kb, 7 November 2009)
  416. Willingham, England: St Mary And All Saints: angel playing cymbals (19th century) (71 kb, 3 April 2010)
  417. Willingham, England: St Mary And All Saints: angel playing drum (19th century) (68 kb, 3 April 2010)
  418. Willingham, England: St Mary And All Saints: Doom scene around 1420, restored 1983) (68 kb, 3 April 2010)
  419. Willingham, England: St Mary And All Saints: Salutation (Virgin Mary and Elizabeth) (15th century) (78 kb, 3 April 2010)
  420. Willingham, England: St Mary And All Saints: St Christopher (about 1380, restored 1983) (87 kb, 3 April 2010)
  421. Wrexham, Wales: Parish Church of St Giles: chancel gates (1707, attributed to Robert Davies, said to have been given by Elihu Yale) (111 kb, 15 October 2005)
  422. Wrexham, Wales: Parish Church of St Giles: memorial to Mary Middleton (c1750, sculptor Louis François Roubiliac; many pieces fallen) (68 kb, 15 October 2005)
  423. Wrexham, Wales: Parish Church of St Giles: window from St John the Baptist Church, Hightown (designed by Edward Burne-Jones studio; window moved to St Giles in 1988) (129 kb, 24 June 2005)
  424. Wymondham, England: Chapel of St Thomas à Becket: flint wall (129 kb, 9 June 2014)
  425. Wymondham, England: Church Street: town sign (111 kb, 9 June 2014)
  426. Wymondham, England: Wymondham Abbey (The Abbey Church of St Mary and St Thomas of Canterbury): choir, altar and screen (93 kb, 9 June 2014)
  427. Wymondham, England: Wymondham Abbey (The Abbey Church of St Mary and St Thomas of Canterbury): gilded altar screen (reredos), memorial to Wymondham people who lost their lives in the Great War (1919-1934, designed by John Ninian Comper) (147 kb, 9 June 2014)

California, USA:

  1. Highway 1, California (CA): Big Creek Bridge: view (1937) (78 kb, 19 July 2011)
  2. Highway 1, California (CA): Bixby Bridge: view (1932) (106 kb, 19 July 2011)
  3. Highway 1, California (CA): Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park: cove and McWay Falls (125 kb, 19 July 2011)
  4. Highway 1, California (CA): Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park: view down coast (90 kb, 19 July 2011)
  5. Highway 1, California (CA): Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park: view up coast (104 kb, 19 July 2011)
  6. Highway 1, California (CA): seashore: elephant seals sleeping (97 kb, 18 July 2011)
  7. Highway 1, California (CA): seashore: elephant seals sparring (86 kb, 18 July 2011)
  8. Highway 1, California (CA): seashore: view (with elephant seal sleeping on beach) (71 kb, 19 July 2011)
  9. Mare Island, California (CA): Naval Base, Nimitz Avenue: disused dry dock (95 kb, 13 July 2011)
  10. Mare Island, California (CA): Naval Base, Nimitz Avenue: disused support structures (75 kb, 13 July 2011)
  11. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: Angel of Hope (1905, Tiffany Studios) (79 kb, 13 July 2011)
  12. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: Archangel Gabriel (1905, Tiffany Studios) (100 kb, 13 July 2011)
  13. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: Archangel Uriel (Angel of Light) (1906, Tiffany Studios) (88 kb, 13 July 2011)
  14. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: Archangel Zophiel (1906, Tiffany Studios) (99 kb, 13 July 2011)
  15. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: Ascension (rose window) (1930, Tiffany Studios) (60 kb, 13 July 2011)
  16. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: Christ and St Peter (1905, Tiffany Studios) (67 kb, 13 July 2011)
  17. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: Good Shepherd (1916, Tiffany Studios) (96 kb, 13 July 2011)
  18. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: Jesus as Shepherd (>=1910, Tiffany Studios) (69 kb, 13 July 2011)
  19. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: St George (1907, Tiffany Studios) (74 kb, 13 July 2011)
  20. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: St Joseph (1906, Tiffany Studios) (76 kb, 13 July 2011)
  21. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: St Thomas; Archangel Uriel; The Sower (1905-1907, Tiffany Studios) (84 kb, 13 July 2011)
  22. Mare Island, California (CA): St Peter's Chapel: Truth (1905, Tiffany Studios) (80 kb, 13 July 2011)
  23. Monterey, California (CA): Cannery Row, McAbee Beach: Chinese Fishing Village (2010, Arthur Simons, Jerry Boyajian, Marie Gilmore) (61 kb, 21 July 2011)
  24. Monterey, California (CA): Monterey Bay Coastal Trail: Cannery Row Scene (2008, artist John Cerney) (78 kb, 21 July 2011)
  25. Moss Landing, California (CA): sea lions preening on platform (77 kb, 21 July 2011)
  26. Pacific Grove, California (CA): Ocean View Boulevard: Life at the Top (1994, sculptor Christopher Bell) (44 kb, 20 July 2011)
  27. Pacific Grove, California (CA): St Mary's-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church: Annunciation (1894, artist Bruce Porter) (98 kb, 20 July 2011)
  28. Pacific Grove, California (CA): St Mary's-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church: foxgloves and lilies (McCormick Memorial Window, 1922, Tiffany Studios) (111 kb, 20 July 2011)
  29. Pacific Grove, California (CA): St Mary's-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church: foxgloves, detail (McCormick Memorial Window, 1922, Tiffany Studios) (122 kb, 20 July 2011)
  30. Pacific Grove, California (CA): St Mary's-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church: lilies detail (McCormick Memorial Window, 1922, Tiffany Studios) (107 kb, 20 July 2011)
  31. Pacific Grove, California (CA): St Mary's-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church: rose window (1896, artist Bruce Porter) (76 kb, 20 July 2011)
  32. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: Banking and Law (artist George Harris) (71 kb, 14 July 2011)
  33. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: California (1934, artist Maxine Albro) (95 kb, 14 July 2011)
  34. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: California (1934, artist Maxine Albro) (100 kb, 14 July 2011)
  35. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: California Industrial Scenes (artist John Langley Howard) (85 kb, 14 July 2011)
  36. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: California Industrial Scenes (artist John Langley Howard) (77 kb, 14 July 2011)
  37. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: City Life (artist Victor Mikhail Arnautoff) (80 kb, 14 July 2011)
  38. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: City Life (artist Victor Mikhail Arnautoff) (90 kb, 14 July 2011)
  39. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: Columbus (1957, sculptor Umberto Cobertaldo) (50 kb, 14 July 2011)
  40. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: Department Store (artist Frede Vidar) (76 kb, 14 July 2011)
  41. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: Industries of California (artist, Ralph Stackpole) (77 kb, 14 July 2011)
  42. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: Industries of California (artist, Ralph Stackpole) (90 kb, 14 July 2011)
  43. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: Library (artist Bernard Zakheim) (80 kb, 14 July 2011)
  44. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: Newsgathering (artist Suzanne Scheuer) (73 kb, 14 July 2011)
  45. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: Railroad and Shipping (1933, artist William Hesthal) (84 kb, 14 July 2011)
  46. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: Scientist-Inventor (Albert Abraham Michelson) (artist Mallette, or Harold, Dean) (54 kb, 14 July 2011)
  47. San Francisco, California (CA): Coit Tower: Stockbroker (A.P. Giannini) (artist Mallette, or Harold, Dean) (56 kb, 14 July 2011)
  48. San Francisco, California (CA): Fell Street (between Pierce Street and Steiner Street): bird (2009, Kid Serve, Josef Norris) (75 kb, 14 July 2011)
  49. San Francisco, California (CA): Fell Street (between Pierce Street and Steiner Street): girl playing soccer (2010-2011, Kid Serve, Josef Norris) (104 kb, 14 July 2011)
  50. San Francisco, California (CA): San Francisco International Airport, Terminal 2: Every Beating Second (2011, Janet Echelman) (81 kb, 21 July 2011)
  51. San Francisco, California (CA): Steiner Street at Haight Street: angry people (2010, Galo) (110 kb, 14 July 2011)
  52. San Francisco, California (CA): Steiner Street at Haight Street: lion (2011, Michael Kershnarl) (129 kb, 14 July 2011)
  53. San Francisco, California (CA): Steiner Street at Haight Street: monster (2010, Skinner) (110 kb, 14 July 2011)
  54. San Francisco, California (CA): Union Square: heart (2011, sculptor Hilary Pecis) (128 kb, 14 July 2011)
  55. San Francisco, California (CA): Xanadu Gallery (was V.C. Morris Gift Store): entrance (1943-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (108 kb, 14 July 2011)
  56. San Francisco, California (CA): Xanadu Gallery (was V.C. Morris Gift Store): interior (1943-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (69 kb, 14 July 2011)
  57. San Francisco, California (CA): Xanadu Gallery (was V.C. Morris Gift Store): interior (1943-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (61 kb, 14 July 2011)
  58. San Francisco, California (CA): Xanadu Gallery (was V.C. Morris Gift Store): interior (1943-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (60 kb, 14 July 2011)
  59. San Francisco, California (CA): Xanadu Gallery (was V.C. Morris Gift Store): lights (1943-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (27 kb, 14 July 2011)
  60. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: cafeteria (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (77 kb, 13 July 2011)
  61. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: library (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (68 kb, 13 July 2011)
  62. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: looking down to ground floor (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (69 kb, 13 July 2011)
  63. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: terrace fountain towards cafeteria (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (74 kb, 13 July 2011)
  64. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: terrace fountain towards view (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (84 kb, 13 July 2011)
  65. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: top floor (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (roof added later) (69 kb, 13 July 2011)
  66. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: tower (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (38 kb, 13 July 2011)
  67. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: view along building (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (99 kb, 13 July 2011)
  68. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Civic Center: view along roof (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (81 kb, 13 July 2011)
  69. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Court (Hall of Justice): floor decoration (1966-1969, possibly Aaron Green; building architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (80 kb, 13 July 2011)
  70. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin County Court (Hall of Justice): view of the building over road (1966-1969, Frank Lloyd Wright) (67 kb, 13 July 2011)
  71. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin Post Office: view (1960-1962, Frank Lloyd Wright) (58 kb, 13 July 2011)
  72. San Rafael, California (CA): Marin Veterans' Memorial Auditorium: view (1971, Taliesin Associated Architects) (53 kb, 13 July 2011)
  73. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa del Monte (House B), ceiling (134 kb, 18 July 2011)
  74. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa del Monte (House B), ceiling (147 kb, 18 July 2011)
  75. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa del Monte (House B), ceiling detail (113 kb, 18 July 2011)
  76. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa del Monte (House B), door (115 kb, 18 July 2011)
  77. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, Assembly Room, tapestry (battle scene) (103 kb, 18 July 2011)
  78. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, Billiard Room, ceiling (Spanish, 1400s) (101 kb, 18 July 2011)
  79. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, Billiard Room, tapestry (Hunting Scene, Franco-Flemish, Mille Fleur, late 15th or early 16th century) (121 kb, 18 July 2011)
  80. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, ceiling (94 kb, 18 July 2011)
  81. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, Gothic Study (111 kb, 18 July 2011)
  82. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, main entrance (101 kb, 18 July 2011)
  83. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Casa Grande, Mother and Child (della Robbia??) (99 kb, 18 July 2011)
  84. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: door (92 kb, 18 July 2011)
  85. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: female and male figures (107 kb, 18 July 2011)
  86. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: female figure (49 kb, 18 July 2011)
  87. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: female figure (73 kb, 18 July 2011)
  88. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: fountain support (42 kb, 18 July 2011)
  89. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: lantern (64 kb, 18 July 2011)
  90. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Neptune Pool (121 kb, 18 July 2011)
  91. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Neptune Pool (110 kb, 18 July 2011)
  92. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Neptune Pool, female figure (72 kb, 18 July 2011)
  93. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Neptune Pool, female figure (36 kb, 18 July 2011)
  94. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Neptune Pool, female figure (deco) (66 kb, 18 July 2011)
  95. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Neptune Pool, female figure (deco) (70 kb, 18 July 2011)
  96. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: reclining female figure (52 kb, 18 July 2011)
  97. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Roman Pool (107 kb, 18 July 2011)
  98. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Roman Pool, diving board area (114 kb, 18 July 2011)
  99. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Roman Pool, sea horses (wall tiles) (111 kb, 18 July 2011)
  100. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: Roman Pool, ship (floor tiles) (146 kb, 18 July 2011)
  101. San Simeon, California (CA): Hearst Castle: The Wrestlers (19th century copy by Romanelli Brothers of Roman sculpture) (59 kb, 18 July 2011)
  102. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Ahwahnee Hotel: Dining Room (1926-1927, architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood, interior design Phyllis Ackerman and Arthur Upham Pope) (115 kb, 16 July 2011)
  103. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Ahwahnee Hotel: Great Lounge (1926-1927, architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood, interior design Phyllis Ackerman and Arthur Upham Pope) (92 kb, 16 July 2011)
  104. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Ahwahnee Hotel: Great Lounge, stained glass window (1927, Jeannette Dyer Spencer) (95 kb, 16 July 2011)
  105. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Ahwahnee Hotel: Great Lounge, stained glass window (1927, Jeannette Dyer Spencer) (93 kb, 16 July 2011)
  106. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Ahwahnee Hotel: Great Lounge, stained glass window (1927, Jeannette Dyer Spencer) (96 kb, 16 July 2011)
  107. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Ahwahnee Hotel: Great Lounge, stained glass window (1927, Jeannette Dyer Spencer) (102 kb, 16 July 2011)
  108. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Bridalveil Fall: view (69 kb, 15 July 2011)
  109. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Glacier Point: lizard (125 kb, 16 July 2011)
  110. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Glacier Point: view of Half Dome (59 kb, 16 July 2011)
  111. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Glacier Point: view of Upper Yosemite Falls (89 kb, 16 July 2011)
  112. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Glacier Point: view towards Mt Hoffman, past North Dome and Basket Dome (90 kb, 16 July 2011)
  113. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Glacier Point: view towards Yosemite Falls (113 kb, 16 July 2011)
  114. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Glacier Point: view up Tenaya Canyon valley (74 kb, 16 July 2011)
  115. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Mariposa Grove: branches of dead tree (171 kb, 17 July 2011)
  116. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Mariposa Grove: California Tent Caterpillars (Malacosoma californicum) (86 kb, 17 July 2011)
  117. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Mariposa Grove: Snow Plant (Sarcodes sanguinea) (72 kb, 17 July 2011)
  118. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): road to Glacier Point: meadow (106 kb, 16 July 2011)
  119. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): road to Glacier Point: Mule Deer (128 kb, 16 July 2011)
  120. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Tunnel View: view down valley towards El Capitan and Half Dome (67 kb, 15 July 2011)
  121. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Yosemite Valley: Half Dome (93 kb, 16 July 2011)
  122. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Yosemite Valley: Half Dome, late afternoon (48 kb, 16 July 2011)
  123. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Yosemite Valley: Lower Yosemite Falls (73 kb, 16 July 2011)
  124. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Yosemite Valley: Mt Watkins (103 kb, 16 July 2011)
  125. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Yosemite Valley: Upper and Lower Yosemite Falls (115 kb, 16 July 2011)
  126. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Yosemite Valley: Upper Yosemite Falls (109 kb, 16 July 2011)
  127. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Yosemite Valley: Upper Yosemite Falls (102 kb, 16 July 2011)
  128. Yosemite National Park, California (CA): Yosemite Valley: Upper Yosemite Falls and Yosemite Point (93 kb, 16 July 2011)

Connecticut, USA:

  1. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): First Congregational Church: Good Shepherd (1894, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (65 kb, 29 August 2013)
  2. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): Litchfield Historical Museum: Vanderpoel Memorial Window (ca. 1902) (123 kb, 29 August 2013)
  3. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): St Michael's Parish: Ascension Lilies (1889, Tiffany) (81 kb, 29 August 2013)
  4. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): St Michael's Parish: Charity (David and Helen Maitland Armstrong, 1917) (73 kb, 29 August 2013)
  5. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): St Michael's Parish: choir stalls (1921-1922, carved by Irving and Casson Company in Boston) (90 kb, 29 August 2013)
  6. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): St Michael's Parish: landscape depicting tree and sunset (1893, Heigneke & Bowen, designed by Emily Noyes Vanderpoel) (75 kb, 29 August 2013)
  7. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): St Michael's Parish: St George and the Dragon; The Annunciation (1968, Gabriel Loire, Chartres, France) (63 kb, 29 August 2013)
  8. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): St Michael's Parish: St John (David and Helen Maitland Armstrong, 1914) (122 kb, 29 August 2013)
  9. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): St Michael's Parish: St Michael and the Dragon (1895, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (110 kb, 29 August 2013)
  10. Litchfield, Connecticut (CT): St Michael's Parish: The Ecstasy of Saint Francis (1956, William Morris Company) (143 kb, 29 August 2013)
  11. Mystic, Connecticut (CT): Mystic Seaport: boat and lighthouse (48 kb, 25 August 2013)
  12. Mystic, Connecticut (CT): Mystic Seaport: boats along shore (77 kb, 25 August 2013)
  13. Mystic, Connecticut (CT): Mystic Seaport: Joseph Conrad (1882) (with sail about to be unfurled) (67 kb, 25 August 2013)
  14. Mystic, Connecticut (CT): Mystic Seaport: L.A. Dunton (fishing schooner, 1921) (80 kb, 25 August 2013)
  15. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Entrance Gate (1977, Philip Johnson) (117 kb, 24 July 2008)
  16. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Gate House ('da Monsta'), door (1995, Philip Johnson) (51 kb, 24 July 2008)
  17. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Gate House ('da Monsta'), view (1995, Philip Johnson) (62 kb, 24 July 2008)
  18. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, bed area (1949, Philip Johnson) (92 kb, 24 July 2008)
  19. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, kitchen area (1949, Philip Johnson) (78 kb, 24 July 2008)
  20. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, lounge area (1949, Philip Johnson) (97 kb, 24 July 2008)
  21. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, lounge area (1949, Philip Johnson) (80 kb, 24 July 2008)
  22. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, view (1949, Philip Johnson) (130 kb, 24 July 2008)
  23. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Glass House, view (1949, Philip Johnson) (112 kb, 24 July 2008)
  24. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Guest House (Brick House), view from back (1949-1950, Philip Johnson) (126 kb, 24 July 2008)
  25. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Guest House (Brick House), view from front (1949-1950, Philip Johnson) (97 kb, 24 July 2008)
  26. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Library Studio (1980, Philip Johnson) (with Ghost House, 1984, behind) (88 kb, 24 July 2008)
  27. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Painting Gallery (1965, Philip Johnson) (97 kb, 24 July 2008)
  28. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: Sculpture Gallery, interior (1970, Philip Johnson) (65 kb, 24 July 2008)
  29. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Glass House estate: untitled circular sculpture (1971, Donald Judd) (116 kb, 24 July 2008)
  30. New Canaan, Connecticut (CT): Oenoke Ridge: Alice Ball House (1953, Philip Johnson) (108 kb, 24 July 2008)
  31. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational, Battell Chapel: Autumn (1928, Tiffany Studios) (67 kb, 29 August 2013)
  32. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational, Battell Chapel: Spring (1928, Tiffany Studios) (68 kb, 29 August 2013)
  33. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational, Battell Chapel: Summer (1928, Tiffany Studios) (73 kb, 29 August 2013)
  34. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational, Battell Chapel: Summer, lilies (1928, Tiffany Studios) (103 kb, 29 August 2013)
  35. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational, Battell Chapel: Sun of Righteousness (1928, Tiffany Studios) (49 kb, 29 August 2013)
  36. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational, Battell Chapel: Urania Battell Humphrey window (Tiffany) (80 kb, 29 August 2013)
  37. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational, Battell Chapel: Winter (1928, Tiffany Studios) (63 kb, 29 August 2013)
  38. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational, Battell Chapel: Winter, detail (1928, Tiffany Studios) (83 kb, 29 August 2013)
  39. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational: Ellen Shepard window (109 kb, 29 August 2013)
  40. Norfolk, Connecticut (CT): Church of Christ Congregational: interior (70 kb, 29 August 2013)
  41. Simsbury, Connecticut (CT): Simsbury United Methodist Church: Christ Blessing Children (1909, Tiffany Studios) (90 kb, 29 August 2013)
  42. Simsbury, Connecticut (CT): Simsbury United Methodist Church: Christ Raising Jairus' Daughter (1918, Tiffany Studios) (110 kb, 29 August 2013)
  43. Simsbury, Connecticut (CT): Simsbury United Methodist Church: Christ Raising Jairus' Daughter, The Good Samaritan, John the Baptist Preaching (1918, Tiffany Studios) (97 kb, 29 August 2013)
  44. Simsbury, Connecticut (CT): Simsbury United Methodist Church: John the Baptist Preaching (1918, Tiffany Studios) (103 kb, 29 August 2013)
  45. Simsbury, Connecticut (CT): Simsbury United Methodist Church: Praise the Lord (2012, Lyn Hovey Studio) (137 kb, 29 August 2013)
  46. Simsbury, Connecticut (CT): Simsbury United Methodist Church: The Good Samaritan (1918, Tiffany Studios) (112 kb, 29 August 2013)
  47. Simsbury, Connecticut (CT): Simsbury United Methodist Church: The Parables of Jesus (1914, Tiffany Studios) (106 kb, 29 August 2013)
  48. Simsbury, Connecticut (CT): Simsbury United Methodist Church: The Parables of Jesus, The Sower (1914, Tiffany Studios) (92 kb, 29 August 2013)
  49. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): altar and organ (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (72 kb, 28 August 2013)
  50. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): chairs (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (51 kb, 28 August 2013)
  51. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): chapel window, wonders of creation (architect Willis N. Mills of Sherwood of Mills & Smith, glass created by Gabriel Loire in France) (101 kb, 28 August 2013)
  52. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): entrance (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (60 kb, 28 August 2013)
  53. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): horse (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz, glass created by Gabriel Loire in France, designed by Harrison and them) (37 kb, 28 August 2013)
  54. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): interior (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (99 kb, 28 August 2013)
  55. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): Maguire Memorial Carillon Tower (1968, Walter K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (50 kb, 28 August 2013)
  56. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): Maguire Memorial Carillon Tower, stairs (1968, Walter K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (78 kb, 28 August 2013)
  57. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): three crosses (Crucifixion) (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz, glass created by Gabriel Loire in France, designed by Harrison and them) (73 kb, 28 August 2013)
  58. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): view (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (69 kb, 28 August 2013)
  59. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): First Presbyterian Church (The Fish): view end on (1956-1957, architect Wallace K Harrison of Harrison & Abramovitz) (65 kb, 28 August 2013)
  60. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): St John's Episcopal Church: Moses and Joshua (1904, Tiffany Studios) (79 kb, 28 August 2013)
  61. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): St John's Episcopal Church: Transfiguration (1901, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, designed by Frederick Wilson) (58 kb, 28 August 2013)
  62. Stamford, Connecticut (CT): St John's Episcopal Church: Transfiguration, Christ (1901, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, designed by Frederick Wilson) (75 kb, 28 August 2013)
  63. Winsted, Connecticut (CT): Second Congregational Church: Christ the Good Shepherd (1899, Walter Janes) (109 kb, 29 August 2013)
  64. Winsted, Connecticut (CT): Second Congregational Church: Christ with Child (Tiffany Studios) (65 kb, 29 August 2013)
  65. Winsted, Connecticut (CT): Second Congregational Church: The Raising of Jairus Daughter (Joline B. Smith of New Haven) (87 kb, 29 August 2013)
  66. Winsted, Connecticut (CT): Second Congregational Church: The Waterfall (1898, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (77 kb, 29 August 2013)

Florida, USA:

  1. Celebration, Florida (FL): Celebration Avenue: street sign (48 kb, 20 July 2007)
  2. Celebration, Florida (FL): Celebration Avenue: tower (71 kb, 20 July 2007)
  3. Celebration, Florida (FL): Market Street: shopping arcade (88 kb, 20 July 2007)
  4. Celebration, Florida (FL): Spring Park Loop: typical house (97 kb, 20 July 2007)
  5. Celebration, Florida (FL): US Post Office: view (1993, Michael Graves) (40 kb, 20 July 2007)
  6. Daytona Beach, Florida (FL): beach: water and light patterns in sand (90 kb, 14 July 2010)
  7. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Apollo / Saturn V Center: F-1 engines (first stage of Saturn V rocket) (79 kb, 22 July 2007)
  8. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Apollo / Saturn V Center: J-2 engines (second stage of Saturn V rocket) (111 kb, 21 July 2007)
  9. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Apollo / Saturn V Center: Lunar Module (105 kb, 22 July 2007)
  10. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Apollo / Saturn V Center: lunar rover training vehicle (62 kb, 21 July 2007)
  11. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Launch Pad A (LC-39A): space shuttle Endeavour (STS-118) being made ready for launch (52 kb, 22 July 2007)
  12. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Vehicle Assembly Building: view (from bus) (48 kb, 21 July 2007)
  13. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Visitor Complex: Astronaut Memorial (42 kb, 22 July 2007)
  14. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Visitor Complex: constellation fountain (86 kb, 22 July 2007)
  15. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Visitor Complex: Rocket Garden, F-1 engine (first stage of Saturn V rocket) (70 kb, 22 July 2007)
  16. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Visitor Complex: Rocket Garden, Saturn IB rocket (59 kb, 22 July 2007)
  17. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Visitor Complex: Rocket Garden, view of rockets (47 kb, 22 July 2007)
  18. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Visitor Complex: space shuttle 'Explorer', mock-up of interior bay with satellite (69 kb, 21 July 2007)
  19. Kennedy Space Center, Florida (FL): Visitor Complex: space shuttle 'Explorer', view (58 kb, 21 July 2007)
  20. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, bell tower exterior (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (56 kb, 20 July 2007)
  21. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, bell tower interior (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (63 kb, 20 July 2007)
  22. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, exterior view (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (62 kb, 20 July 2007)
  23. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, exterior wall (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (77 kb, 20 July 2007)
  24. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, interior wall with glass tiles (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (70 kb, 20 July 2007)
  25. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, wall below bell tower (1938-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (68 kb, 20 July 2007)
  26. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Campus Carillon (1991) (60 kb, 20 July 2007)
  27. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: E.T. Roux Library (architect Nils Schweizer) (48 kb, 20 July 2007)
  28. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Emile E. Watson Administration Building, courtyard pool (1945-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (76 kb, 20 July 2007)
  29. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Esplanade (1941-1958, Frank Lloyd Wright, partly restored) (55 kb, 20 July 2007)
  30. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Esplanade hexagonal cutouts, at Administration Building (1945-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (41 kb, 20 July 2007)
  31. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Esplanade ironwork grill (1950s?, Frank Lloyd Wright) (86 kb, 20 July 2007)
  32. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Esplanade, at Administration Building (1945-1948, Frank Lloyd Wright) (54 kb, 20 July 2007)
  33. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Lucius Pond Ordway Building (Industrial Arts Building), exterior (1942-1952, Frank Lloyd Wright) (78 kb, 20 July 2007)
  34. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Lucius Pond Ordway Building (Industrial Arts Building), interior (1942-1952, Frank Lloyd Wright) (75 kb, 20 July 2007)
  35. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Planetarium (Cosmography Building), view (1953-1958, Frank Lloyd Wright) (69 kb, 20 July 2007)
  36. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Polk County Science Building, esplanade (with aluminum columns) (1953-1958, Frank Lloyd Wright) (75 kb, 20 July 2007)
  37. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Polk County Science Building, view (1953-1958, Frank Lloyd Wright) (71 kb, 20 July 2007)
  38. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Thad Buckner Building (was E.T. Roux Library), reading room exterior view (1941-1945, Frank Lloyd Wright) (50 kb, 20 July 2007)
  39. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Thad Buckner Building (was E.T. Roux Library), reading room interior view (1941-1945, Frank Lloyd Wright) (64 kb, 20 July 2007)
  40. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: Three Seminar Buildings (L.A. Raulerson Building), column (showing different colors considered for walls, and small glass tiles) (1940-1941, Frank Lloyd Wright) (61 kb, 20 July 2007)
  41. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: William H. Danforth Chapel (Minor Chapel), exterior view (1954-1955, Frank Lloyd Wright) (97 kb, 20 July 2007)
  42. Lakeland, Florida (FL): Florida Southern College: William H. Danforth Chapel (Minor Chapel), main stained glass window (1954-1955, Frank Lloyd Wright) (66 kb, 20 July 2007)
  43. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): 1024 Ocean Drive: view (77 kb, 14 July 2010)
  44. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): 444 Ocean Drive: façade (57 kb, 14 July 2010)
  45. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Avalon, Ocean Drive: view (1940, architect Albert Anis) (90 kb, 14 July 2010)
  46. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: lilac, green and yellow beach hut (59 kb, 14 July 2010)
  47. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: salmon, green and blue beach hut (63 kb, 14 July 2010)
  48. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: white, purple and blue beach hut (65 kb, 14 July 2010)
  49. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: white, purple, yellow and green beach hut (80 kb, 14 July 2010)
  50. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: yellow and pink beach hut (54 kb, 14 July 2010)
  51. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: yellow and white beach hut (67 kb, 14 July 2010)
  52. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: yellow, orange and green beach hut (63 kb, 14 July 2010)
  53. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): beach: yellow, purple, green and blue beach hut (85 kb, 14 July 2010)
  54. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Breakwater Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1939) (73 kb, 14 July 2010)
  55. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Casablanca, Ocean Drive: façade (55 kb, 14 July 2010)
  56. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Cavalier, Ocean Drive: façade (64 kb, 14 July 2010)
  57. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Colony Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1935, architect Henry Hohauser) (87 kb, 14 July 2010)
  58. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Colony Hotel, Ocean Drive: view at night (1935, architect Henry Hohauser) (75 kb, 13 July 2010)
  59. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Congress Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1936, architect Henry Hohauser) (75 kb, 14 July 2010)
  60. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Crescent, Ocean Drive: view (1932, architect Henry Hohauser) (77 kb, 14 July 2010)
  61. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Leslie Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1937, architect Albert Anis; renovated 1977) (71 kb, 14 July 2010)
  62. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): McAlpin Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1940) (76 kb, 14 July 2010)
  63. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Netherland, Ocean Drive: fountain (86 kb, 14 July 2010)
  64. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Ocean Plaza, Ocean Drive: view (88 kb, 14 July 2010)
  65. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Park Central, Ocean Drive: pool artwork (99 kb, 14 July 2010)
  66. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Park Central, Ocean Drive: view (1937, architect Henry Hohauser) (80 kb, 14 July 2010)
  67. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Penguin Hotel, Ocean Drive: view (1948, architect Henry Hohauser; refurbished 2006) (82 kb, 14 July 2010)
  68. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Ritz Plaza Hotel, Collins Avenue: view at back (1939, architect L. Murray Dixon; originally Grossinger Beach Hotel; being refurbished) (56 kb, 14 July 2010)
  69. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Royal Palm Resort Hotel, Collins Avenue: spiral stairs in pool area (69 kb, 14 July 2010)
  70. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): The Carlyle, Ocean Drive: view (74 kb, 14 July 2010)
  71. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): The Setai, Collins Avenue: view from the beach (2005, Denniston International, Alayo Architects, Schapiro & Associates) (88 kb, 14 July 2010)
  72. Miami Beach, Florida (FL): Winter Haven, Ocean Drive: view (architect Albert Anis) (73 kb, 14 July 2010)
  73. Miami, Florida (FL): Interstate 95: seagull decoration (57 kb, 14 July 2010)
  74. Miami, Florida (FL): Miami Airport: floor looking like sand (97 kb, 13 July 2010)
  75. Miami, Florida (FL): Miami Marine Stadium, Rickenbacker Causeway: graffiti (105 kb, 13 July 2010)
  76. Miami, Florida (FL): Miami Marine Stadium, Rickenbacker Causeway: seating (1963, Andrew Ferendino and Hilario Candela) (93 kb, 13 July 2010)
  77. Miami, Florida (FL): Miami Marine Stadium, Rickenbacker Causeway: underneath stadium (1963, Andrew Ferendino and Hilario Candela) (103 kb, 13 July 2010)
  78. Orlando, Florida (FL): Orlando International Airport: courtyard fountain (81 kb, 23 July 2007)
  79. Orlando, Florida (FL): Orlando International Airport: courtyard lamp post (83 kb, 23 July 2007)
  80. Orlando, Florida (FL): Orlando International Airport: terminal roof structure (95 kb, 23 July 2007)
  81. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cathedral-Basilica: Baptism of Jesus (1965, Rambusch Studios) (88 kb, 15 July 2010)
  82. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cathedral-Basilica: Baptism of St Augustine by St Ambrose (1909, Mayer Studios of Munich) (114 kb, 15 July 2010)
  83. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cathedral-Basilica: ceiling (80 kb, 15 July 2010)
  84. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cathedral-Basilica: Crucifixion (1965, Rambusch Studios) (71 kb, 15 July 2010)
  85. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cathedral-Basilica: knight (1965, Rambusch Studios) (100 kb, 15 July 2010)
  86. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cathedral-Basilica: Melchizedek's offering (1965, Rambusch Studios) (70 kb, 15 July 2010)
  87. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cathedral-Basilica: St Augustine and St Alipius in the Garden (1909, Mayer Studios of Munich) (119 kb, 15 July 2010)
  88. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cathedral-Basilica: St Augustine by the Seashore Talking to a Child (1909, Mayer Studios of Munich) (135 kb, 15 July 2010)
  89. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Cedar House Inn, Cedar Street: angel weather vane (103 kb, 15 July 2010)
  90. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Gonzalez-Alvarez House (Oldest House), St Francis Street: view (pre-1800) (76 kb, 15 July 2010)
  91. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Trinity Episcopal Church, 215: St Matthew and St Mark (dedicated in 1961, made by Franz Mayer & Sons) (103 kb, 14 July 2010)
  92. St Augustine, Florida (FL): Villa Zorayda, King Street: view 1883, Franklin W. Smith owner and builder and designer) (81 kb, 15 July 2010)
  93. Titusville, Florida (FL): Astronaut Hall of Fame site: view of one building (53 kb, 21 July 2007)

Massachusetts, USA:

  1. Amherst, Massachusetts (MA): Joseph Allen Skinner State Park: mushroom with lots of small bumps (52 kb, 30 July 2008)
  2. Aquinnah, Massachusetts (MA): Gay Head Cliffs: foliage on trail to beach (119 kb, 22 August 2013)
  3. Aquinnah, Massachusetts (MA): Gay Head Cliffs: red cliff (110 kb, 22 August 2013)
  4. Aquinnah, Massachusetts (MA): Gay Head Cliffs: rock sculptures on beach (87 kb, 22 August 2013)
  5. Aquinnah, Massachusetts (MA): Gay Head Cliffs: view along beach (60 kb, 22 August 2013)
  6. Aquinnah, Massachusetts (MA): Gay Head Cliffs: white and brown cliff (77 kb, 22 August 2013)
  7. Aquinnah, Massachusetts (MA): Gay Head Cliffs: white cliff (85 kb, 22 August 2013)
  8. Ashfield, Massachusetts (MA): Routes 112 and 116: North = South (77 kb, 23 July 2011)
  9. Ashfield, Massachusetts (MA): St John's Episcopal Church: Jesus the Good Shepherd (1921, Tiffany Studios) (70 kb, 23 July 2011)
  10. Ashfield, Massachusetts (MA): St John's Episcopal Church: Jesus the Good Shepherd, detail (1921, Tiffany Studios) (83 kb, 23 July 2011)
  11. Barnstable, Massachusetts (MA): harbor: view (69 kb, 23 August 2013)
  12. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): 111 Huntington Avenue (part of Prudential Center): view (2002, Childs Bertman Tseckares) (69 kb, 25 March 2007)
  13. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): 745 Boylston Street: entrance decoration (63 kb, 25 March 2007)
  14. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Arlington Street Church: Angel Announces Birth of Jesus (Tiffany stained glass memorial window, designed c1898, installed 1900) (126 kb, 18 June 2002)
  15. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Arlington Street Church: John the Baptist (Tiffany stained glass memorial window, designed c1898) (111 kb, 18 June 2002)
  16. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Arlington Street Church: Madonna of the Flowers (Tiffany stained glass memorial window, designed c1898, installed 1899) (138 kb, 18 June 2002)
  17. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Arlington Street Church: Sermon on the Mount (Tiffany stained glass memorial window, designed c1898, installed 1902) (118 kb, 18 June 2002)
  18. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Arlington Street Church: The Annunciation (Tiffany stained glass memorial window, designed c1898, installed 1900) (132 kb, 18 June 2002)
  19. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Arlington Street Church: The Good Shepherd (Tiffany stained glass memorial window, designed c1898) (112 kb, 18 June 2002)
  20. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): lounge ceiling decoration (87 kb, 27 July 2010)
  21. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): main lobby fireplace decoration (Tiffany) (56 kb, 27 July 2010)
  22. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): stairwell (50 kb, 27 July 2010)
  23. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): stairwell lamp (Tiffany) (72 kb, 27 July 2010)
  24. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): stairwell tread tiles (Tiffany) (58 kb, 27 July 2010)
  25. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Ayer Mansion (Commonwealth Avenue): window over door (c 1900, Tiffany) (89 kb, 27 July 2010)
  26. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Boston Public Library, McKim Building: exterior lanterns (1887-1895, architect McKim, Mead and White) (95 kb, 25 March 2007)
  27. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Boston Public Library, McKim Building: hall mosaic ceiling (1887-1895, architect McKim, Mead and White) (91 kb, 25 March 2007)
  28. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Central Wharf: dolphin sculpture (1977, K. Lane Weems) (68 kb, 8 January 2008)
  29. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Christian Science Plaza: colonnade (1969-1972, architect Araldo A. Cossutta of I.M. Pei and Partners) (65 kb, 27 July 2010)
  30. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): First Church of Christian Scientist: lanterns (c 1900) (74 kb, 25 March 2007)
  31. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): intersection of Bolyston Street and Westland Avenue: John Boyle O'Reilly memorial (1896, Daniel Chester French) (94 kb, 25 March 2007)
  32. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): John Hancock Tower: view (1972-1975, Henry Cobb of firm of I.M. Pei) (65 kb, 25 March 2007)
  33. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Logan Airport, Terminal C: 'Passing Reflections' (wall mirrors, 1985, by James Seawright) (121 kb, 2 December 2002)
  34. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Logan Airport, Terminal C: 'Passing Reflections' (wall mirrors, 1985, by James Seawright) (114 kb, 15 September 2005)
  35. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Logan Airport, Terminal E walkway: eel ('Atlantic Journey' floor, 1998, by Jane Goldman) (131 kb, 25 September 2004)
  36. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Logan Airport, Terminal E walkway: fish ('Atlantic Journey' floor, 1998, by Jane Goldman) (124 kb, 25 September 2004)
  37. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Logan Airport, Terminal E walkway: starfish ('Atlantic Journey' floor, 1998, by Jane Goldman) (112 kb, 25 September 2004)
  38. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Appeal to the Great Spirit (1909, sculptor Cyrus Edwin Dallin) (61 kb, 26 July 2011)
  39. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Artificial Rock #85 (2005, sculptor Zhan Wang) (82 kb, 26 July 2011)
  40. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: ball (Dale Chihuly) (63 kb, 26 July 2011)
  41. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Butterflies and Foliage (1889, John La Farge) (82 kb, 26 July 2011)
  42. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Butterflies and Foliage, detail (1889, John La Farge) (70 kb, 26 July 2011)
  43. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Castor and Pollux (about 1847, Florence, Horatio Greenough) (39 kb, 26 July 2011)
  44. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Chiostro di Sant'Apollonia Chandelier (2011, Dale Chihuly) (72 kb, 26 July 2011)
  45. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Fiesta Macchia (Dale Chihuly) (48 kb, 26 July 2011)
  46. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Ikebana Boat (2011, Dale Chihuly) (60 kb, 26 July 2011)
  47. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Ikebana Boat, detail (2011, Dale Chihuly) (103 kb, 26 July 2011)
  48. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Ikebana Boat, detail (2011, Dale Chihuly) (83 kb, 26 July 2011)
  49. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Iris Yellow Frog Foot Chandelier (2011, Dale Chihuly) (68 kb, 26 July 2011)
  50. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Lime Green Icicle Tower (2011?, Dale Chihuly) (92 kb, 26 July 2011)
  51. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Lime Green Icicle Tower (2011?, Dale Chihuly) (104 kb, 26 July 2011)
  52. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: mostly red Mille Fiori (Dale Chihuly) (72 kb, 26 July 2011)
  53. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Navajo Blanket Cylinder (about 1975-1976, Dale Chihuly) (41 kb, 26 July 2011)
  54. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Navajo Blanket Cylinder (about 1975-1976, Dale Chihuly) (37 kb, 26 July 2011)
  55. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Neodymium Reeds on Logs (2011, Dale Chihuly) (71 kb, 26 July 2011)
  56. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Palazzo di Loredana Balboni Chandelier (2011, Dale Chihuly) (67 kb, 26 July 2011)
  57. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Parakeets and Gold Fish Bowl (about 1893, Tiffany, for World's Columbian Exposition) (110 kb, 26 July 2011)
  58. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Parakeets and Gold Fish Bowl, detail (about 1893, Tiffany, for World's Columbian Exposition) (110 kb, 26 July 2011)
  59. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Persian Wall (Dale Chihuly) (54 kb, 26 July 2011)
  60. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Persians (Dale Chihuly) (53 kb, 26 July 2011)
  61. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Rock Form (Porthcurno) (1964, Barbara Hepworth) (103 kb, 26 July 2011)
  62. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Family Courtyard (New American Café) (108 kb, 26 July 2011)
  63. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: scale model for Pennsylvania Railroad War Memorial (1949-1952, Walter Hancock) (45 kb, 26 July 2011)
  64. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Silvered Chrysalis Tiered Chandelier (2011, Dale Chihuly) (56 kb, 26 July 2011)
  65. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Tabac Baskets (Dale Chihuly) (50 kb, 26 July 2011)
  66. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: tapestry, Figures with Still Life (deco, for W. & J. Sloane, designed 1930, Ruth Reeves) (59 kb, 26 July 2011)
  67. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: The Fish (about 1890, John LaFarge) (98 kb, 26 July 2011)
  68. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: tower of glass (Dale Chihuly) (80 kb, 26 July 2011)
  69. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: tower of glass, detail (Dale Chihuly) (96 kb, 26 July 2011)
  70. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: weather vane, about 1772, Thomas Drowne (36 kb, 26 July 2011)
  71. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Wild Poppy Persian Pair (Dale Chihuly) (58 kb, 26 July 2011)
  72. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: Wool Trade Blankets (115 kb, 26 July 2011)
  73. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Museum of Fine Arts: yellow Mille Fiori and red ball (Dale Chihuly) (76 kb, 26 July 2011)
  74. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): New England Aquarium: Simons IMAX Theater (2001, architect E. Verner Johnson and Associates) (51 kb, 8 January 2008)
  75. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Prudential Tower (Building) (part of Prudential Center): view (1964, Charles Luckman and Associates) (88 kb, 25 March 2007)
  76. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Trinity Church: view (1877, H.H. Richardson) (92 kb, 25 March 2007)
  77. Boston, Massachusetts (MA): Veterans Memorial Park, World War II Memorial: winged female figure of Victory (1947-1949, sculptor John F. Paramino, architect Tito Cascieri) (95 kb, 26 July 2011)
  78. Edgartown, Massachusetts (MA): Old Whaling Church: trompe l'oeil mural (2013, Margot Datz; original mural was painted in 1840s by Carl Wendt) (67 kb, 22 August 2013)
  79. Edgartown, Massachusetts (MA): Old Whaling Church: trompe l'oeil mural (2013, Margot Datz; original mural was painted in 1840s by Carl Wendt) (61 kb, 22 August 2013)
  80. Edgartown, Massachusetts (MA): St Andrew's Episcopal Church: Christ and St Andrew (1927, Tiffany Studios) (100 kb, 22 August 2013)
  81. Edgartown, Massachusetts (MA): St Andrew's Episcopal Church: Christ Blessing a Child (1927, Tiffany Studios) (105 kb, 22 August 2013)
  82. Edgartown, Massachusetts (MA): St Andrew's Episcopal Church: Disciples at the calming of the storm (Wippell Mowbray Studios) (104 kb, 22 August 2013)
  83. Edgartown, Massachusetts (MA): St Andrew's Episcopal Church: Jesus with his Disciples at the calming of the storm (Wippell Mowbray Studios) (96 kb, 22 August 2013)
  84. Edgartown, Massachusetts (MA): St Andrew's Episcopal Church: Mary and Christ (1930, Connick Studios) (107 kb, 22 August 2013)
  85. Edgartown, Massachusetts (MA): St Andrew's Episcopal Church: St Andrew (1927, Tiffany Studios) (99 kb, 22 August 2013)
  86. Edgartown, Massachusetts (MA): St Andrew's Episcopal Church: St Elizabeth (1930, Connick Studios) (103 kb, 22 August 2013)
  87. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Christ Church: Cross with grapevine (1896, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (83 kb, 3 September 2013)
  88. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Christ Church: Cross with passion flower (1896, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (73 kb, 3 September 2013)
  89. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Christ Church: Faith (1895, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (70 kb, 3 September 2013)
  90. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Christ Church: Resurrection Angel (1892, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (94 kb, 3 September 2013)
  91. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Christ Church: St Andrew (1890, Tiffany) (62 kb, 3 September 2013)
  92. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Christ Church: Supper at Emmaus (1896, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (101 kb, 3 September 2013)
  93. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Christ Church: The Resurrection (1896, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (87 kb, 3 September 2013)
  94. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Christ Church: The Sower (unknown maker) (106 kb, 3 September 2013)
  95. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Faith United Parish: Call of St Matthew (Tiffany Studios) (86 kb, 3 September 2013)
  96. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Faith United Parish: Dorcas (1897, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (105 kb, 3 September 2013)
  97. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Faith United Parish: Faith (1897, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (74 kb, 3 September 2013)
  98. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Faith United Parish: Resurrection Angel (Tiffany Studios) (87 kb, 3 September 2013)
  99. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Faith United Parish: rose window, with seven angels (1897, Redding, Baird & Company) (100 kb, 3 September 2013)
  100. Fitchburg, Massachusetts (MA): Faith United Parish: St Anne instructing the Blessed Virgin (Tiffany) (98 kb, 3 September 2013)
  101. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): bike path, late summer (originally the Williamsburg Branch of the New Haven and Northampton Railroad, built in 1868; converted to Francis P. Ryan bikeway in 1983) (161 kb, 15 September 2006)
  102. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): bike path, winter (originally the Williamsburg Branch of the New Haven and Northampton Railroad, built in 1868; converted to Francis P. Ryan bikeway in 1983) (131 kb, 8 January 2008)
  103. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): Fitzgerald Lake Conservation Area: Jewel Weed (Jewelweed) (Impatiens capensis) (31 kb, 16 September 2006)
  104. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): Look Park: Sanctuary and trees (on Willow Lake) (81 kb, 15 September 2006)
  105. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): Look Park: Shagbark Hickory (Carya ovata) bark (96 kb, 24 March 2007)
  106. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): Look Park: totem pole (1920s, from Nome, Alaska; given to Look Park by Cordes family around 1942) (107 kb, 13 July 2007)
  107. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): Look Park: turtle in grass (121 kb, 15 September 2006)
  108. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): Look Park: White Oak Tree (Quercus alba) branches (152 kb, 24 March 2007)
  109. Florence, Massachusetts (MA): Look Park: yellow mushroom (Amanita) (48 kb, 15 September 2006)
  110. Hatfield, Massachusetts (MA): winter sunset (36 kb, 28 November 2002)
  111. Holyoke, Massachusetts (MA): Wistariahurst Museum: Lion Awake (copy of Canova, original is 1792) (81 kb, 26 July 2011)
  112. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Breuer House: view (1938-1939, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer, much extended) (101 kb, 25 September 2004)
  113. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Ford House: view (1938-1939, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer) (117 kb, 25 September 2004)
  114. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Gropius House: back view (1937-1938, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer) (94 kb, 25 September 2004)
  115. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Gropius House: front view (1937-1938, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer) (122 kb, 25 September 2004)
  116. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Gropius House: living quarters and roof deck (1937-1938, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer) (100 kb, 25 September 2004)
  117. Lincoln, Massachusetts (MA): Gropius House: main entrance (1937-1938, architects Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer) (85 kb, 25 September 2004)
  118. Montgomery, Massachusetts (MA): Patches (the cat) relaxing (97 kb, 13 January 2002)
  119. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): 189 Main Street: façade (88 kb, 10 September 2005)
  120. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Child's Park: lion water fountain (132 kb, 15 September 2006)
  121. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Colorado Potato Beetles (Leptinotarsa decimlineata) having lunch (128 kb, 15 September 2004)
  122. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Edwards Church: view (1958, architect Harold E. Wagoner) (60 kb, 24 March 2007)
  123. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): First Churches of Northampton: Noli Me Tangere (unknown maker) (101 kb, 1 September 2013)
  124. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Fitzgerald Lake Conservation Area: Fitzgerald Lake (74 kb, 28 July 2008)
  125. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Fitzgerald Lake Conservation Area: green cricket on leaf (37 kb, 28 July 2008)
  126. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Fitzgerald Lake Conservation Area: green lichen (108 kb, 28 July 2008)
  127. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Fitzgerald Lake Conservation Area: wet moss (160 kb, 28 July 2008)
  128. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Forbes Library: view (1894, William C. Brocklesby) (94 kb, 16 July 2007)
  129. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Jackson Street: snow on field in sun (79 kb, 28 November 2002)
  130. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Jackson Street: winter sunrise (82 kb, 25 January 2003)
  131. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Jackson Street: wood pile (147 kb, 2 December 2002)
  132. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Main Street: grey squirrel eating clump of nuts (42 kb, 15 September 2006)
  133. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Main Street: The Happy Frog (1993, sculptor Lu Stubbs, placed here 2008) (84 kb, 30 August 2013)
  134. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Old Courthouse: view (1886-1887, architect Henry F. Kilbourn) (91 kb, 24 March 2007)
  135. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Alumnae Gymnasium (1891, William C. Brocklesby) (82 kb, 16 July 2007)
  136. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center cafeteria seating (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (37 kb, 17 September 2004)
  137. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center interior (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (70 kb, 15 September 2006)
  138. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center lounge seating (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (54 kb, 16 July 2007)
  139. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center, late winter (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (71 kb, 24 March 2007)
  140. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center, summer (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (80 kb, 16 July 2007)
  141. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Campus Center, winter (2003, Weiss/Manfredi Architects) (66 kb, 7 January 2008)
  142. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Chapin House (1903, Rand and Skinner) (84 kb, 25 July 2008)
  143. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: College Hall (1873-1875, Peabody and Stearns) (114 kb, 24 March 2007)
  144. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: connecting walkway between McConnell Hall and Sabin-Reed Hall (1967, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbott) (72 kb, 16 July 2007)
  145. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Davis Center (Mwangi Cultural Center) (1898; renovated 2004, Lukas Designs) (103 kb, 24 March 2007)
  146. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Ford Hall (2007-2009, architect Bohlin Cywinski Jackson) (103 kb, 27 July 2010)
  147. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Ford Hall, atrium stairwell (2007-2009, architect Bohlin Cywinski Jackson) (87 kb, 27 July 2010)
  148. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Great Blue Heron (1987, by Elliot Offner) (with real turtle) (109 kb, 13 June 2002)
  149. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Helen Hills Hills Chapel (1953-1955, William and Geoffrey Platt) (86 kb, 3 September 2005)
  150. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Lilly Hall (1886, William C. Brocklesby) (102 kb, 16 July 2007)
  151. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Lyman Plant House, Matucana intertexta (54 kb, 16 July 2007)
  152. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Lyman Plant House, Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum) (two days after peak flowering) (62 kb, 23 July 2008)
  153. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Museum of Art (part of Brown Fine Arts Center, 1972, John Andrews, and 2000-2002, Polshek Partnership) (74 kb, 16 July 2007)
  154. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Museum of Art, men's restroom sink (decorated with birds and water droplets) (2002, 'Liquid Origins, Fluid Dreams', Sandy Skoglund) (38 kb, 15 September 2006)
  155. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Museum of Art, men's restroom urinals and wall tiles (decorated with creation narratives) (2002, 'Liquid Origins, Fluid Dreams', Sandy Skoglund) (93 kb, 15 September 2006)
  156. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Museum of Art, men's restroom wall tiles (decorated with creation narratives) (2002, 'Liquid Origins, Fluid Dreams', Sandy Skoglund) (80 kb, 15 September 2006)
  157. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Museum of Art, Personification of the River Pyramos (2nd century AD, from Antioch-on-the-Orontes, Turkey) (109 kb, 23 July 2008)
  158. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Museum of Art, women's restroom sink (decorated with sea creature and net) (2002, 'Catching the Drift', Ellen Driscoll) (54 kb, 15 September 2006)
  159. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Museum of Art, women's restroom toilet (decorated with sea creature) (2002, 'Catching the Drift', Ellen Driscoll) (68 kb, 15 September 2006)
  160. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Museum of Art, women's restroom wall panel (decorated with woman and net) (2002, 'Catching the Drift', Ellen Driscoll) (87 kb, 23 July 2008)
  161. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Neilson Library (1909, Lord and Hewlett) (127 kb, 24 March 2007)
  162. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Sabin-Reed Hall (1967, Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson and Abbott) (108 kb, 25 July 2008)
  163. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Scott Gymnasium entrance (1924, Ames and Dodge) (85 kb, 16 July 2007)
  164. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: The Owl (1962, by Leonard Baskin) (128 kb, 17 September 2004)
  165. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Tyler House (1898, William C. Brocklesby) (95 kb, 25 July 2008)
  166. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Wright Hall (1961, William and Geoffrey Platt) (79 kb, 24 March 2007)
  167. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Smith College: Ziskind House (1957, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill) (112 kb, 24 March 2007)
  168. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): St John's Episcopal Church: view (1892-1893, architect Robert W. Gibson) (84 kb, 16 July 2007)
  169. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): St John's Episcopal Church: Washburn Memorial Windows (David Maitland Armstrong) (58 kb, 25 July 2011)
  170. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Unitarian Church: Autumn Leaves (ca. 1905, Tiffany Studios, designer probably Agnes Northrop) (81 kb, 22 July 2011)
  171. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Unitarian Church: Charity (ca. 1905) (88 kb, 22 July 2011)
  172. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Unitarian Church: Cheerful Service (1905) (98 kb, 22 July 2011)
  173. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): Unitarian Church: Morning Glories (ca. 1905, Tiffany Studios, designer Agnes Northrop) (78 kb, 22 July 2011)
  174. Northampton, Massachusetts (MA): United Church of Christ and American Baptist Churches: view (built 1878) (60 kb, 24 March 2007)
  175. Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts (MA): Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association (Wesleyan Grove): pink heart house (98 kb, 22 August 2013)
  176. Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts (MA): Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association (Wesleyan Grove): purplish house (107 kb, 22 August 2013)
  177. Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts (MA): Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association (Wesleyan Grove): three houses (115 kb, 22 August 2013)
  178. Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts (MA): Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association (Wesleyan Grove): two houses (120 kb, 22 August 2013)
  179. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Congregational Church: view (1846, architect possibly Alonso Parker, builder Captain James Cook) (82 kb, 15 August 2009)
  180. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): dry stone wall (135 kb, 23 September 2004)
  181. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): Common Milkweed (Silkweed) (Asclepias syriaca) (57 kb, 15 July 2007)
  182. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): Devil's Paintbrush (Orange Hawkweed) (Hieracium aurantiacum or Pilosella aurantiaca) (48 kb, 12 September 2005)
  183. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): Eastern Milk Snake (Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum) (137 kb, 29 July 2008)
  184. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): field and trees (119 kb, 14 August 2009)
  185. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): grasshopper (65 kb, 13 September 2005)
  186. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) (79 kb, 16 September 2006)
  187. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): moth on pink clover (33 kb, 15 July 2007)
  188. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): orange salamander (95 kb, 15 July 2007)
  189. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): white house, summer (built 1790s, possibly home of the Mountain Miller, Joseph Beals) (110 kb, 29 July 2008)
  190. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): Lincoln Hill (Lincoln Street): white house, winter (built 1790s, possibly home of the Mountain Miller, Joseph Beals) (73 kb, 6 January 2008)
  191. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): River Road: chipmunk (118 kb, 12 September 2005)
  192. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): River Road: club moss (62 kb, 29 July 2008)
  193. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): River Road: club moss (110 kb, 31 July 2008)
  194. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): River Road: coral fungus (53 kb, 16 September 2006)
  195. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): River Road: dirt road through forest (160 kb, 14 August 2009)
  196. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): River Road: Downy or Hairy Woodpecker (with food for young) (109 kb, 11 June 2002)
  197. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): River Road: fungus on tree stump (74 kb, 1 September 2013)
  198. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): River Road: Indian Pipe (Ghost Plant, Corpse Plant) (Monotropa uniflora) (45 kb, 25 July 2008)
  199. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): River Road: moss (102 kb, 31 July 2008)
  200. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): River Road: view down road through forest (162 kb, 1 September 2013)
  201. Plainfield, Massachusetts (MA): South Union Street: red house in snow (re-built 1993) (77 kb, 30 November 2002)
  202. Salem, Massachusetts (MA): First Church of Salem: Angel (Appearing to the Shepherds) (1894, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (65 kb, 3 September 2013)
  203. Salem, Massachusetts (MA): First Church of Salem: Faith and Charity (1893, John La Farge) (128 kb, 3 September 2013)
  204. Salem, Massachusetts (MA): First Church of Salem: Jesus and the Children (1923, Tiffany Studios) (79 kb, 3 September 2013)
  205. Salem, Massachusetts (MA): Grace Church: Charity (1906, Tiffany Studios) (67 kb, 3 September 2013)
  206. Salem, Massachusetts (MA): Peabody Essex Museum: Halo (2006, Anish Kapoor) (54 kb, 3 September 2013)
  207. Salem, Massachusetts (MA): Peabody Essex Museum: interior (2003, architrect Moshe Safdie) (78 kb, 3 September 2013)
  208. Sandwich, Massachusetts (MA): Boardwalk: bridge (57 kb, 21 August 2013)
  209. Sandwich, Massachusetts (MA): Boardwalk: view (66 kb, 24 August 2013)
  210. Sandwich, Massachusetts (MA): marsh (82 kb, 21 August 2013)
  211. Sandy Neck Colony, Massachusetts (MA): houses and lighthouse: view (56 kb, 23 August 2013)
  212. South Deerfield, Massachusetts (MA): Magic Wings: Bearded Dragon (Pogona vitticeps) (62 kb, 14 September 2006)
  213. South Deerfield, Massachusetts (MA): Magic Wings: Common Mormon Butterfly (Papilio polytes) (54 kb, 14 September 2006)
  214. South Deerfield, Massachusetts (MA): Magic Wings: Owl Butterfly (Caligo eurilochus) (85 kb, 14 September 2006)
  215. South Deerfield, Massachusetts (MA): Magic Wings: Owl Butterfly (Caligo eurilochus) on woman's forehead (58 kb, 12 June 2002)
  216. South Deerfield, Massachusetts (MA): Magic Wings: Rice Paper Butterfly (Idea leuconoe) (55 kb, 14 September 2006)
  217. South Deerfield, Massachusetts (MA): Magic Wings: Sulfur butterflies (48 kb, 13 January 2002)
  218. South Deerfield, Massachusetts (MA): Magic Wings: Zebra Longwing Butterfly (Heliconius charitonia) (46 kb, 14 September 2006)
  219. Springfield, Massachusetts (MA): Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden: Dr. Seuss and the Cat in the Hat (2002) (116 kb, 26 July 2011)
  220. Springfield, Massachusetts (MA): Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden: Oh the Places You'll Go (2002) (121 kb, 26 July 2011)
  221. Springfield, Massachusetts (MA): Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden: The Grinch and his dog, Max (2002) (94 kb, 26 July 2011)
  222. Springfield, Massachusetts (MA): Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden: The Lorax (2002) (79 kb, 26 July 2011)
  223. Springfield, Massachusetts (MA): George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum: Molière window (one of six similar windows; 1896?, Tiffany) (103 kb, 26 July 2011)
  224. Springfield, Massachusetts (MA): George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum: The Light Bearer (the Angel Heosphoros) (originally in Church of the Unity, Springfield, MA) (1894, Tiffany, designer Edward Simmons) (105 kb, 26 July 2011)
  225. Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts (MA): Grace Episcopal Church: Hope (Tiffany Studios) (85 kb, 21 August 2013)
  226. Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts (MA): Grace Episcopal Church: Resurrection (ca. 1901, Tiffany Studios) (79 kb, 21 August 2013)
  227. Woods Hole, Massachusetts (MA): Vineyard Sound: water wake at back of ferry to Martha's Vineyard (82 kb, 21 August 2013)
  228. Woods Hole, Massachusetts (MA): Water Street: Flukes (2013, sculptor Gordon Gund) (68 kb, 21 August 2013)
  229. Worthington, Massachusetts (MA): First Congregational Church: Col. William Rice Memorial Window (probably Tiffany) (106 kb, 23 July 2011)
  230. Worthington, Massachusetts (MA): First Congregational Church: Frederick S. Huntington Memorial Window (possibly Tiffany) (90 kb, 23 July 2011)
  231. Worthington, Massachusetts (MA): First Congregational Church: John and Nancy R. Stone Memorial Window (probably Tiffany) (106 kb, 23 July 2011)
  232. Worthington, Massachusetts (MA): First Congregational Church: John and Nancy R. Stone Memorial Window, jewel detail (probably Tiffany) (84 kb, 23 July 2011)
  233. Worthington, Massachusetts (MA): First Congregational Church: Wealthy Cottrell Rice Memorial Window (probably Tiffany) (112 kb, 23 July 2011)

New Jersey, USA:

  1. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Asbury Park Public Library: Burial at sea of Viking god Balder the Beautiful (Tiffany) (98 kb, 27 August 2013)
  2. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Asbury Park Public Library: Burial at sea of Viking god Balder the Beautiful, ship detail (Tiffany) (105 kb, 27 August 2013)
  3. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Asbury Park Public Library: Ulysses S Grant window, detail (1886, Alfred Godwin) (125 kb, 27 August 2013)
  4. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Baronet Theater: mural (2009, artists porkchop and Brad Hoffer) (76 kb, 9 August 2009)
  5. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): beach: small crab on sand (93 kb, 16 July 2008)
  6. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Casino: Carousel window (1929, architect Warren and Wetmore) (68 kb, 17 July 2008)
  7. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Casino: mural of woman (mermaid) (2008, artist porkchop) (93 kb, 9 August 2009)
  8. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Casino: mural of woman (mermaid) (2008, artist porkchop) (99 kb, 27 August 2013)
  9. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Casino: part over boardwalk (1929, architect Warren and Wetmore) (78 kb, 17 July 2008)
  10. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Casino: window (1929, architect Warren and Wetmore) (64 kb, 9 August 2009)
  11. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Casino: winged horse (1929, architect Warren and Wetmore) (70 kb, 9 August 2009)
  12. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: decoration over south entrance (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (69 kb, 16 July 2008)
  13. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: north entrance (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (91 kb, 17 July 2008)
  14. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: sea creature decoration (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (77 kb, 16 July 2008)
  15. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: sea creature decoration (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (79 kb, 9 August 2009)
  16. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: sea-themed decoration (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (53 kb, 16 July 2008)
  17. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: theater face on west wall (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (70 kb, 9 August 2009)
  18. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Convention Hall: winged horse decoration (1923, architect Warren and Wetmore) (66 kb, 16 July 2008)
  19. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Howard Johnson: east side (opened 1962; HoJo vacated and Salt Water Cafe occupied in 2007) (62 kb, 17 July 2008)
  20. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Howard Johnson: night view (opened 1962; HoJo vacated and Salt Water Cafe occupied in 2007) (66 kb, 16 July 2008)
  21. Asbury Park, New Jersey (NJ): Howard Johnson: west side (opened 1962; HoJo vacated and Salt Water Cafe occupied in 2007) (80 kb, 16 July 2008)
  22. Cape May, New Jersey (NJ): 815 Columbia Avenue: porch railing with cutout tulip design (46 kb, 17 July 2008)
  23. Cape May, New Jersey (NJ): Southern Mansion: view, near dusk (built 1863, architect Samuel Sloan; restored 1994-1996) (88 kb, 17 July 2008)
  24. Montclair, New Jersey (NJ): Union Congregational Church: Dorcas Window (dedicated 1944, Charles J. Connick) (129 kb, 10 August 2009)
  25. Montclair, New Jersey (NJ): Union Congregational Church: Joshua - Isaiah Window (dedicated 1944, Charles J. Connick) (102 kb, 10 August 2009)
  26. Montclair, New Jersey (NJ): Union Congregational Church: Joshua - Isaiah Window, detail (dedicated 1944, Charles J. Connick) (130 kb, 10 August 2009)
  27. Montclair, New Jersey (NJ): Union Congregational Church: Joshua - Isaiah Window, detail (dedicated 1944, Charles J. Connick) (117 kb, 10 August 2009)
  28. Montclair, New Jersey (NJ): Union Congregational Church: Paul and Timothy Window (dedicated 1944, Charles J. Connick) (135 kb, 10 August 2009)
  29. Montclair, New Jersey (NJ): Union Congregational Church: The Memorial (Tiffany) Windows (1919-1920, Tiffany Studios) (80 kb, 10 August 2009)
  30. Ocean Grove, New Jersey (NJ): Boardwalk: view of pier (post Sandy) (61 kb, 27 August 2013)
  31. Ocean Grove, New Jersey (NJ): Great Auditorium: view (built 1893-1894) (73 kb, 17 July 2008)
  32. Ocean Grove, New Jersey (NJ): Tent City: tents (124 kb, 9 August 2009)
  33. Ocean Grove, New Jersey (NJ): Tent City: view of three tents (76 kb, 16 July 2008)
  34. Piscataway, New Jersey (NJ): Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (originally Rutgers Medical School): Daniel Kessler Teaching Laboratories, cantilevered ('floating') staircase (1966-1970, George McDowell and Stanley Goldstein) (81 kb, 16 March 2007)
  35. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Paul Robeson Center for the Arts: view (2008, Michael Graves) (102 kb, 22 July 2008)
  36. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: 'Construction in the Third and Fourth Dimensions' (executed 1962, installed 1972, sculptor Antoine Pevsner) (87 kb, 22 July 2008)
  37. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: 'Cubi XIII (executed 1963, installed 1969, sculptor David Smith) (108 kb, 22 July 2008)
  38. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Fisher-Bendheim Hall (1991, Robert C. Venturi) (78 kb, 22 July 2008)
  39. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: 'Five Disks, One Empty' (executed 1969-1970, installed 1971, Alexander Calder) (61 kb, 22 July 2008)
  40. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: 'Fountain of Freedom', Scudder Plaza (1966, James Fitzgerald) (135 kb, 22 July 2008)
  41. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Jadwin Gymnasium, cantilevered staircase (1964-1969, Walker O. Cain and Associates) (128 kb, 22 July 2008)
  42. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Jadwin Gymnasium, interior (1964-1969, Walker O. Cain and Associates) (88 kb, 22 July 2008)
  43. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Lewis Science Library, view from north-west (2008, Frank Gehry) (88 kb, 22 July 2008)
  44. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Lewis Science Library, view from north-west (2008, Frank Gehry) (93 kb, 22 July 2008)
  45. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Lewis Science Library, view from south-east (2008, Frank Gehry) (82 kb, 22 July 2008)
  46. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: 'Oval with Points' (executed 1969-70, installed 1971, sculptor Henry Moore) (99 kb, 22 July 2008)
  47. Princeton, New Jersey (NJ): Princeton University: Robertson Hall (Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs) (1965, Minoru Yamasaki Associates) (63 kb, 22 July 2008)
  48. Vineland, New Jersey (NJ): Gerresheimer (ex-Kimble) Glass: view (1937, architect William Lescaze) (60 kb, 18 July 2008)
  49. Vineland, New Jersey (NJ): Gerresheimer (ex-Kimble) Glass: view (1937, architect William Lescaze) (71 kb, 18 July 2008)

New York, USA:

  1. Buffalo, New York (NY): 17 Court Street (was Buffalo Industrial Bank): façade border detail (c 1929) (79 kb, 18 July 2007)
  2. Buffalo, New York (NY): 17 Court Street (was Buffalo Industrial Bank): façade detail (c 1929) (88 kb, 18 July 2007)
  3. Buffalo, New York (NY): Buffalo-Niagara Airport: corner window structure (1997, lead designer Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates) (86 kb, 19 July 2007)
  4. Buffalo, New York (NY): City Hall, Niagara Square: decoration over door (1929-1931, George J. Dietel, John J. Wade and Sullivan W. Jones) (77 kb, 18 July 2007)
  5. Buffalo, New York (NY): City Hall, Niagara Square: entrance bas-relief (1929-1931, George J. Dietel, John J. Wade and Sullivan W. Jones) (73 kb, 18 July 2007)
  6. Buffalo, New York (NY): City Hall, Niagara Square: entrance façade (1929-1931, George J. Dietel, John J. Wade and Sullivan W. Jones) (69 kb, 18 July 2007)
  7. Buffalo, New York (NY): Darwin D. Martin Gardener's Cottage: view from front (c1908, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (113 kb, 7 September 2005)
  8. Buffalo, New York (NY): Darwin D. Martin House: 'martin house' roof top ornament (now on ground) (1904-1906, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (93 kb, 7 September 2005)
  9. Buffalo, New York (NY): Darwin D. Martin House: view (1904-1906, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (78 kb, 5 August 2009)
  10. Buffalo, New York (NY): Electric Tower: view (1912, architect James A. Johnson) (65 kb, 5 August 2009)
  11. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: courtyard mosaic floor (1930-1931, designed by William Winthrop Kent and James A. Johnson) (99 kb, 18 July 2007)
  12. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: courtyard mosaic floor, detail (1930-1931, designed by William Winthrop Kent and James A. Johnson) (117 kb, 18 July 2007)
  13. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: elevator (lift) door (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (84 kb, 18 July 2007)
  14. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: entrance (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (88 kb, 18 July 2007)
  15. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: entrance detail (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (95 kb, 18 July 2007)
  16. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: entrance lantern and columns (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (80 kb, 18 July 2007)
  17. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: staircase in courtyard (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (101 kb, 18 July 2007)
  18. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: staircase in entrance hall (vestibule) (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (82 kb, 18 July 2007)
  19. Buffalo, New York (NY): Ellicott Square Building: top of façade (1895-1896, Daniel H. Burnham and Co., principal architect Charles Atwood) (80 kb, 18 July 2007)
  20. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Christ Blessing the Little Children (1930, Tiffany Studios) (78 kb, 5 August 2009)
  21. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Christ in the Temple (1939, J. and R. Lamb Studios) (91 kb, 5 August 2009)
  22. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Good Shepherd (1888, Tiffany Studios) (89 kb, 5 August 2009)
  23. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Lillies and Scroll-work (1888, Tiffany Studios) (81 kb, 5 August 2009)
  24. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Nativity: Joseph, Mary and Jesus (Willet Studios) (102 kb, 5 August 2009)
  25. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Nativity: shepherds (Willet Studios) (86 kb, 5 August 2009)
  26. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Nativity: three kings (Willet Studios) (91 kb, 5 August 2009)
  27. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Presentation of the Infant Jesus in the Temple (1888, Messrs. Booth of London) (110 kb, 5 August 2009)
  28. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Purity (1889, Tiffany Studios) (87 kb, 5 August 2009)
  29. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Purity window, doves (1889, Tiffany Studios) (71 kb, 5 August 2009)
  30. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Purple Fleur-de-Lis and Palm Branch (1888, Tiffany Studios) (127 kb, 5 August 2009)
  31. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: Resurrection (1926, Haskins Glass Studios) (69 kb, 5 August 2009)
  32. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: St Paul (1891, Tiffany Studios) (92 kb, 5 August 2009)
  33. Buffalo, New York (NY): Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd: St Paul window, cross design (1891, Tiffany Studios) (93 kb, 5 August 2009)
  34. Buffalo, New York (NY): Erie Community College (was Post Office): tower (1894-1901, Jeremiah O'Rourke, William Arkin and James Knox Taylor) (39 kb, 18 July 2007)
  35. Buffalo, New York (NY): Erie Community College: interior courtyard façade (1894-1901, Jeremiah O'Rourke, William Arkin and James Knox Taylor; 1979-1981, Cannon Design, conversion for college) (95 kb, 18 July 2007)
  36. Buffalo, New York (NY): Forest Lawn Cemetery: Blue Sky Mausoleum (designed 1928, built 2004, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (65 kb, 7 September 2005)
  37. Buffalo, New York (NY): George Barton House: view (1903, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (83 kb, 5 August 2009)
  38. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: column, terra cotta detail (1895-1896, Louis H. Sullivan) (109 kb, 18 July 2007)
  39. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: decoration over entrance (1895-1896, Louis H. Sullivan) (93 kb, 18 July 2007)
  40. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: entrance (1895-1896, architect Louis H. Sullivan) (96 kb, 5 August 2009)
  41. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: entrance lantern (1895-1896, Louis H. Sullivan) (99 kb, 18 July 2007)
  42. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: façade, terra cotta detail (1895-1896, Louis H. Sullivan) (86 kb, 18 July 2007)
  43. Buffalo, New York (NY): Guaranty (Prudential) Building: view (1895-1896, Louis H. Sullivan) (93 kb, 18 July 2007)
  44. Buffalo, New York (NY): Liberty (Bank) Building (originally German-American Bank): lantern (1925, architect Alfred Bossom) (67 kb, 18 July 2007)
  45. Buffalo, New York (NY): Liberty (Bank) Building (originally German-American Bank): view (1925, architect Alfred Bossom) (52 kb, 5 August 2009)
  46. Buffalo, New York (NY): McKinley Monument: sleeping lion (dedicated 1907, designed by architects Carrère and Hastings, sculptures by Alexander Phimister Proctor) (48 kb, 18 July 2007)
  47. Buffalo, New York (NY): Saint Joseph's Cathedral: 'Birth of Jesus', 'Crucifixion' and 'Resurrection' stained glass windows (King Ludwig Windows, made by Mayer Family of Munich, first shown in Paris Exposition of 1850) (99 kb, 18 July 2007)
  48. Buffalo, New York (NY): Saint Joseph's Cathedral: 'Jesus and the Penitent Woman' stained glass window (made in Innsbruck c 1855) (120 kb, 18 July 2007)
  49. Buffalo, New York (NY): Saint Joseph's Cathedral: lantern (1851-1855, architect Patrick Keeley) (75 kb, 18 July 2007)
  50. Buffalo, New York (NY): Saint Joseph's Cathedral: 'Stoning of St Stephen' stained glass window (made in Innsbruck, c 1855) (124 kb, 18 July 2007)
  51. Buffalo, New York (NY): United States Court House, Niagara Street: lantern (1935, architects Edward B. Green and William Sydney Wicks) (48 kb, 18 July 2007)
  52. Buffalo, New York (NY): West Swan Street: grape vine decoration (72 kb, 18 July 2007)
  53. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Annunciation to the Shepherds (installed 1910, Tiffany Studios) (64 kb, 7 August 2009)
  54. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Bigelow Memorial (installed 1895, J. and R. Lamb Studios) (71 kb, 7 August 2009)
  55. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Christ Enthroned (installed 1910, Tiffany Studios) (53 kb, 7 August 2009)
  56. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Christ in the Temple (installed 1910, Tiffany Studios) (61 kb, 7 August 2009)
  57. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Church Triumphant and Church Militant (Schirmer and Mallory Memorial) (installed 1901, J. and R. Lamb Studios) (75 kb, 7 August 2009)
  58. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Faith and Christ (Tully Memorial) (installed 1902, Tiffany Studios) (87 kb, 7 August 2009)
  59. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Houghton Memorial (installed 1895, J. and R. Lamb Studios) (94 kb, 7 August 2009)
  60. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Mallory Memorial (installed 1901, J. and R. Lamb Studios) (82 kb, 7 August 2009)
  61. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Olcott Memorial (installed 1895, J. and R. Lamb Studios) (112 kb, 7 August 2009)
  62. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Resurrection window (Bigelow Memorial) (installed 1895, Tiffany Studios) (66 kb, 7 August 2009)
  63. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: St. Columba and St. Augustine (Eaton Memorial) (installed 1963, Charles J. Connick Associates) (90 kb, 7 August 2009)
  64. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: The Angel and Cornelius (Hoare Memorial) (installed 1897, Tiffany Studios; Frederick Wilson) (54 kb, 7 August 2009)
  65. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Tiffany reredos (probably in period of 1910-1913, Tiffany Studios) (84 kb, 7 August 2009)
  66. Corning, New York (NY): Christ Episcopal Church: Tiffany reredos (probably in period of 1910-1913, Tiffany Studios) (89 kb, 7 August 2009)
  67. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Aphrodite (1892, maker Thomas Webb and Sons, carver George Woodall) (63 kb, 6 August 2009)
  68. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Aphrodite (about 1906, artist John Northwood II) (57 kb, 6 August 2009)
  69. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Atlantica (1938-1939, artist Sidney Waugh) (43 kb, 6 August 2009)
  70. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Automobile Hood Ornament, Victoire (Victory) (designed in 1928, artist René Lalique) (47 kb, 6 August 2009)
  71. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Bag Explosion (1988, artist John Littleton and Kate Vogel) (28 kb, 6 August 2009)
  72. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Cameo Plaque, Moorish Bathers (1898, maker Thomas Webb and Sons) (74 kb, 6 August 2009)
  73. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Cameo Vase (about 1883-1890, maker Frederick Carder of Stevens and Williams) (39 kb, 6 August 2009)
  74. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Captivity (1978, artist Bertil Vallien (Kosta Boda)) (46 kb, 6 August 2009)
  75. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Caught in a Flood (1990, artist Judith Schaechter) (94 kb, 6 August 2009)
  76. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Celadon Green Piccolo Venetian with Viridian Lilies (1994, artist Dale Chihuly) (55 kb, 6 August 2009)
  77. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Covered Goblet with Putti Hunting a Wild Boar (about 1860-1870, maker Gräflich Schaffgotsch'sche Josephinenhütte, engraver Ernst Simon) (59 kb, 6 August 2009)
  78. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Cup and Cup (1986, artist Ann Wolff) (30 kb, 6 August 2009)
  79. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Despite What They Say It's the Female of the Species Which Sports Bright Colors, 1986, W. Stephen Hodder (1986, artist W. Stephen Hodder) (53 kb, 6 August 2009)
  80. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Emergence Series (1980, artist Dominick Labino) (28 kb, 6 August 2009)
  81. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Erbium Chandelier (1993, artist Dale Chihuly, with assistance of Lino Tagliapietra, Josiah McElheny and Bryan Rubino) (77 kb, 6 August 2009)
  82. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Familius Domus #791006 (1997, artist Steven I. Weinberg) (55 kb, 6 August 2009)
  83. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Fern Green Tower (2000, artist Dale Chihuly) (111 kb, 6 August 2009)
  84. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Fish (1952, artist Theresa Obermayr Sowers) (62 kb, 6 August 2009)
  85. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Folpo Nero (Black Octopus) (2003, artist Maria Grazia Rosin) (44 kb, 6 August 2009)
  86. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Gray-Blue and Lavender Persian Set with Red Lip Wraps (1986, artist Dale Chihuly) (65 kb, 6 August 2009)
  87. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Hand Forms (1972, artist Joel Philip Myers) (77 kb, 6 August 2009)
  88. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Hopi (1996, artist Lino Tagliapietra) (72 kb, 6 August 2009)
  89. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Jack-in-the-Pulpit Favrile Vase (about 1912, artist Tiffany Studios) (50 kb, 6 August 2009)
  90. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Landscape Study (1976, artist David R. Huchthausen) (39 kb, 6 August 2009)
  91. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Large Vase with Parrots and Flowers (about 1920-1930, artist André Delatte) (50 kb, 6 August 2009)
  92. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Libertà (Liberty) (2004, artist Toots Zynsky) (39 kb, 6 August 2009)
  93. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Lobed Bowl with Winter Landscape (about 1910, artist Daum Frères) (45 kb, 6 August 2009)
  94. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Maestrale (2005, artist Toots Zynsky) (46 kb, 6 August 2009)
  95. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Megaplanet (2006, artist Josh Simpson) (84 kb, 6 August 2009)
  96. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Millefiori Vase (1845-1850, maker Cristallerie de Clichy) (73 kb, 6 August 2009)
  97. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Mosaic Glass Tabletop (about 1866, artist Giovanni Rossignani) (100 kb, 6 August 2009)
  98. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Oriente (Eastern) Vase (designed in 1952, artist Dino Martens) (56 kb, 6 August 2009)
  99. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Paperweight Vase with Flowers (about 1900-1920, artist Tiffany Studios) (41 kb, 6 August 2009)
  100. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: 'Phänomen' ('Phenomenon') Vase (1902, artist Franz Hofstätter and Hubert Gessner (Johann Loetz Witwe)) (42 kb, 6 August 2009)
  101. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Plate with Bird (about 1948, artist Maurice Heaton) (70 kb, 6 August 2009)
  102. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: punch bowl set with acid-etched decoration (Baccarat, created for 1867 Paris World's Fair) (88 kb, 6 August 2009)
  103. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Putti Lounging on Crab Resting on Orange Madder Vessel (1999, artist Dale Chihuly with assitance of Pino Signoretto) (43 kb, 6 August 2009)
  104. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Queen Thomyris with head of Cyrus the Great (about 1610-1620, engraver Hans Wessler) (84 kb, 6 August 2009)
  105. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Screen, Marsh Landscape with Herons, and other Water Birds, and Marine Wildlife (about 1875-1880, attributed to John Moyr Smith) (87 kb, 6 August 2009)
  106. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Spirale (1994, artist Lino Tagliapietra) (90 kb, 6 August 2009)
  107. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: St. Peter's Square in Rome (about 1879, Vatican Mosaic Workshop) (82 kb, 6 August 2009)
  108. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: St. Peter's Square in Rome, detail (about 1879, Vatican Mosaic Workshop) (79 kb, 6 August 2009)
  109. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Study for Vase with Nude (1939, artist Salvador Dalí) (43 kb, 6 August 2009)
  110. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Tall Vase with Violets (about 1900-1910, artist Daum Frères) (30 kb, 6 August 2009)
  111. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: The Acceptance of Mystery (1988, artist W. Stephen Hodder) (42 kb, 6 August 2009)
  112. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: The Birth of Venus (1877, maker Hodgetts, Richardson and Son, carver Alphonse Lechevrel) (53 kb, 6 August 2009)
  113. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: The Origin of Painting (1884, maker Thomas Webb and Sons, carver George Woodall) (49 kb, 6 August 2009)
  114. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Trillium Study 4 (develop plant presentation 2/88) (1988, artist Paul J. Stankard) (32 kb, 6 August 2009)
  115. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Untitled (1988, artist Toots Zynsky) (59 kb, 6 August 2009)
  116. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Untitled (1992, artist Czeslaw Zuber) (91 kb, 6 August 2009)
  117. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Untitled 9-1989-#45 (1989, artist Klaus Moje) (56 kb, 6 August 2009)
  118. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Vase with Apples (about 1920, artist Emile Gallé) (53 kb, 6 August 2009)
  119. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Vase with Daffodil (about 1900, artist Ferdinand von Poschinger) (44 kb, 6 August 2009)
  120. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Vase with Fuchsias (about 1890-1895, artist Emile Gallé) (57 kb, 6 August 2009)
  121. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Vase with Grape Vines (about 1904, artist Daum Frères) (49 kb, 6 August 2009)
  122. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Vase, Ceylan (also called Huit perruches, Eight Parakeets) (designed in 1924, artist René Lalique) (32 kb, 6 August 2009)
  123. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Vase, Serpent (Snake) (designed in 1924, artist René Lalique) (50 kb, 6 August 2009)
  124. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Venus (1991, artist Aleš Vašiček) (35 kb, 6 August 2009)
  125. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: View of the Basilica San Marco (1907, artist E. Cerato) (101 kb, 6 August 2009)
  126. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: View of the Basilica San Marco (1907, artist E. Cerato) (138 kb, 6 August 2009)
  127. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Water Lily Jug (about 1850, maker W. H., B. & J. Richardson, designer Richard Redgrave) (45 kb, 6 August 2009)
  128. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Wave 11 and Wave 12 (1989, artist Niyoko Ikuta) (37 kb, 6 August 2009)
  129. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: window (from Rochroane Castle, Irvington-on-Hudson, New York) (1905, artist Tiffany Studios) (77 kb, 6 August 2009)
  130. Corning, New York (NY): Corning Museum of Glass: Wisteria Trees (1978, artist Mark Peiser) (48 kb, 6 August 2009)
  131. Corning, New York (NY): First United Methodist Church: south window (1893-1894, architect Henry G. Tuthill) (94 kb, 7 August 2009)
  132. Corning, New York (NY): First United Methodist Church: west rose window (1893-1894, architect Henry G. Tuthill) (102 kb, 7 August 2009)
  133. Corning, New York (NY): Rockwell Museum of Western Art: First Frost (2007, artist Nathan Youngblood and C.S. Tarpley) (61 kb, 7 August 2009)
  134. Corning, New York (NY): Rockwell Museum of Western Art: Indian Head (cast in 1929, maker Frederick Carder) (40 kb, 7 August 2009)
  135. Corning, New York (NY): Rockwell Museum of Western Art: Rain Messenger (2003, artist Tammy Garcia) (79 kb, 7 August 2009)
  136. Corning, New York (NY): Rockwell Museum of Western Art: The Red Dress (2000, artist Diego Romero) (72 kb, 7 August 2009)
  137. Corning, New York (NY): Rockwell Museum of Western Art: Untitled (a horse) (2000, sculptor Deborah Butterfield) (57 kb, 7 August 2009)
  138. Corning, New York (NY): Rockwell Museum of Western Art: Water Vessel (c 2000, artist C.S. Tarpley) (59 kb, 7 August 2009)
  139. Corning, New York (NY): World War Memorial Library: view (1929, architect Palmer Rogers) (81 kb, 8 August 2009)
  140. Derby, New York (NY): Graycliff (Isabel Martin House): view from back (1926-1927, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (105 kb, 7 September 2005)
  141. Hyde Park, New York (NY): FDR Presidential Library and Museum: Breakfree (part of Berlin wall) (1994, Edwina Sandys) (105 kb, 23 July 2010)
  142. Hyde Park, New York (NY): FDR Presidential Library and Museum: FDR and Eleanor (2003, StudioEIS at the Tallix foundry) (141 kb, 23 July 2010)
  143. Hyde Park, New York (NY): Springwood (Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt): Cucumber Magnolia (Magnolia Acuminata) bark (142 kb, 23 July 2010)
  144. Hyde Park, New York (NY): Springwood (Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt): Eastern White Pine (Pinus Strobus) bark (168 kb, 23 July 2010)
  145. Hyde Park, New York (NY): Springwood (Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt): Norway Spruce (Picea Abies) (145 kb, 23 July 2010)
  146. Hyde Park, New York (NY): Springwood (Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt): view down driveway (135 kb, 23 July 2010)
  147. Hyde Park, New York (NY): Springwood (Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt): view of house (78 kb, 23 July 2010)
  148. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: angels (81 kb, 5 August 2009)
  149. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: angels (83 kb, 5 August 2009)
  150. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: angels (82 kb, 5 August 2009)
  151. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: angels (85 kb, 5 August 2009)
  152. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: angels (1901, Tiffany Studios) (94 kb, 5 August 2009)
  153. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: angels (1910, Tiffany Studios) (85 kb, 5 August 2009)
  154. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: angels (Tiffany Studios) (88 kb, 5 August 2009)
  155. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: Christ Calling the Fishermen (1947, Payne-Spears Studio) (82 kb, 5 August 2009)
  156. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: Come Unto Me (1901, Tiffany Studios) (75 kb, 5 August 2009)
  157. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: David Playing His Harp (1901, Tiffany Studios) (68 kb, 5 August 2009)
  158. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: Isaiah - I Saw the Lord (1953, Payne-Spears Studio) (83 kb, 5 August 2009)
  159. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: Nicodemus Came to Him by Night (1910, Tiffany Studios) (75 kb, 5 August 2009)
  160. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: Nicodemus Came to Him by Night, lantern (1910, Tiffany Studios) (74 kb, 5 August 2009)
  161. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: Resurrection Morning (1901, Tiffany Studios) (63 kb, 5 August 2009)
  162. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: Suffer the Little Children to Come Unto Me (Payne-Spears Studio) (89 kb, 5 August 2009)
  163. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: The Good Shepherd (1901, Tiffany Studios) (97 kb, 5 August 2009)
  164. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: The Nativity (Payne-Spears Studio) (74 kb, 5 August 2009)
  165. Lockport, New York (NY): First Presbyterian Church: They Came to the Master (Tiffany Studios) (91 kb, 5 August 2009)
  166. New York City, NY: 1 Madison Avenue (Metropolitan Insurance Company): view (1909, Pierre L. LeBrun) (55 kb, 18 March 2007)
  167. New York City, NY: 11 Madison Avenue (Madison Park, Metropolitan Life North Building): entrance ceiling (1929, Harvey Wiley Corbett) (55 kb, 18 March 2007)
  168. New York City, NY: 11 West 42nd Street: bas-relief, month of June (1926-1927, architect York and Sawyer) (85 kb, 18 March 2007)
  169. New York City, NY: 11 West 42nd Street: bas-relief, month of May (1926-1927, architect York and Sawyer) (78 kb, 18 March 2007)
  170. New York City, NY: 122 East 42nd Street (Chanin Building): façade decoration (1929, architect Sloan and Robertson) (122 kb, 18 March 2007)
  171. New York City, NY: 122 East 42nd Street (Chanin Building): façade frieze sealife detail (1929, architect Sloan and Robertson) (87 kb, 18 March 2007)
  172. New York City, NY: 14 West 49th Street (One Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center): 'Progress' (decoration above door) (art deco, 1937, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (69 kb, 17 March 2007)
  173. New York City, NY: 220 East 42nd Street (former Daily News Building): globe (building 1928-1930, John Mead Howells, Raymond Hood and J. André Fouilhoux) (65 kb, 18 March 2007)
  174. New York City, NY: 220 East 42nd Street (former Daily News Building): wall decoration over entrance (building 1928-1930, John Mead Howells, Raymond Hood and J. André Fouilhoux) (83 kb, 18 March 2007)
  175. New York City, NY: 30 Rockefeller Plaza (GE Building, formerly RCA Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Light' (decoration above right door) (art deco, 1932, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (46 kb, 18 March 2007)
  176. New York City, NY: 30 Rockefeller Plaza (GE Building, formerly RCA Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Sound' (decoration above left door) (art deco, 1932, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (45 kb, 17 March 2007)
  177. New York City, NY: 30 Rockefeller Plaza (GE Building, formerly RCA Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Wisdom' (decoration above center door) (art deco, 1932, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (72 kb, 18 March 2007)
  178. New York City, NY: 320 Fifth Avenue (32nd Street side): lion decoration at top of building (59 kb, 3 January 2008)
  179. New York City, NY: 325 Fifth Avenue: view (2005-2006, Stephen B. Jacobs) (101 kb, 18 March 2007)
  180. New York City, NY: 45 Rockefeller Plaza (International Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Demolition' (part of 'To Commemorate the Workmen of the Center') wall decoration (art deco, 1935, Gaston Lachaise) (50 kb, 18 March 2007)
  181. New York City, NY: 45 Rockefeller Plaza (International Building, Rockefeller Center): 'The Purpose of the International Building' (or 'The Story of Man') (wall decoration above door) (art deco, 1935, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (82 kb, 17 March 2007)
  182. New York City, NY: 49 West 49th Street (30 Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center): 'Transmission' (c1934, Leo Friedlander) (59 kb, 3 January 2008)
  183. New York City, NY: 49 West 49th Street (30 Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center): 'Transmission' (c1934, Leo Friedlander) (52 kb, 3 January 2008)
  184. New York City, NY: 50 Rockefeller Plaza (Bank of America, formerly Associated Press Building, Rockefeller Center): 'News' (sculpture over door) (1940, Isamu Noguchi) (57 kb, 18 March 2007)
  185. New York City, NY: 551 Fifth Avenue (Fred R. French Building): façade (1926-1927, Sloan and Robertson, and H. Douglas Ives) reflected in Safra National Bank (2006, Cetra/Ruddy) (71 kb, 18 March 2007)
  186. New York City, NY: 610 Fifth Avenue (La Maison Française, Rockefeller Center): 'Seeds of Good Citizenship' (decoration above Channel Gardens entrance) (art deco, 1933, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (54 kb, 3 January 2008)
  187. New York City, NY: 610 Fifth Avenue (La Maison Française, Rockefeller Center): 'The Friendship of France and the United States' (bottom half -- Poetry, Beauty and Elegance -- of panel above main entrance) (art deco, 1933, Alfred Janniot) (106 kb, 17 March 2007)
  188. New York City, NY: 610 Fifth Avenue (La Maison Française, Rockefeller Center): 'The Friendship of France and the United States' (panel above main entrance) (art deco, 1933, Alfred Janniot) (99 kb, 18 March 2007)
  189. New York City, NY: 610 Fifth Avenue (La Maison Française, Rockefeller Center): 'Torch of Freedom' (or 'Gallic Freedom') (decoration above main entrance) (art deco, 1933, Alfred Janniot) (68 kb, 18 March 2007)
  190. New York City, NY: 620 Fifth Avenue (British Empire Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Industries of the British Commonwealth' (sculptures above door -- salt, wheat, wool, coal, fish, cotton, tobacco and sugar -- art deco, 1932, Carl Paul Jennewein) (54 kb, 17 March 2007)
  191. New York City, NY: 620 Fifth Avenue (British Empire Building, Rockefeller Center): 'Mercury with Blazing Sun' (decoration above Channel Gardens entrance) (art deco, 1932, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (69 kb, 3 January 2008)
  192. New York City, NY: 636 Fifth Avenue (International Building North, Rockefeller Center): 'Youth Leading Industry' (glass block bas-relief over door) (art deco, 1936, Attilra Piccirilli) (58 kb, 18 March 2007)
  193. New York City, NY: 9 West 50th Street (International Building, Rockefeller Center): 'St Francis of Assisi with Birds' (decoration over door) (1935, Lee Lawrie, colorist Leon V. Solon) (64 kb, 18 March 2007)
  194. New York City, NY: Chrysler Building (135 East 42nd Street): entrance (art deco, 1928-1930, William Van Alen) (77 kb, 18 March 2007)
  195. New York City, NY: Chrysler Building (405 Lexington Avenue): view (art deco, 1928-1930, William Van Alen) (38 kb, 18 March 2007)
  196. New York City, NY: Chrysler Building (Lexington Avenue): lantern (art deco, 1928-1930, William Van Alen) (66 kb, 18 March 2007)
  197. New York City, NY: Empire State Building: façade detail (1929-1931, architect Shreve, Lamb and Harmon) (69 kb, 2 January 2008)
  198. New York City, NY: Fifth Avenue: Apple Store (2006, architect Bohlin, Cywinski and Jackson) (79 kb, 27 July 2008)
  199. New York City, NY: JFK Airport: former TWA Terminal building, main entrance (1956-1962, architect Eero Saarinen) (43 kb, 31 July 2008)
  200. New York City, NY: JFK Airport: former TWA Terminal building, view from above (1956-1962, architect Eero Saarinen) (51 kb, 31 July 2008)
  201. New York City, NY: JFK Airport: former TWA Terminal building, view from ground (1956-1962, architect Eero Saarinen) (45 kb, 31 July 2008)
  202. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: Autumn Landscape (c1923, Tiffany Studios, New York City) (93 kb, 17 March 2007)
  203. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: ceramic dish (1565-1570, workshop of Bernard Palissy) (123 kb, 27 July 2008)
  204. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: dish (about 1565-1570, Bernard Palissy, Paris) (124 kb, 17 March 2007)
  205. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: dish (China, Qing dynasty, c1730-1750) (50 kb, 27 July 2008)
  206. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: dish (China, Qing dynasty, Kangxi mark and period, 1662-1722) (72 kb, 27 July 2008)
  207. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: dish (Ming dynasty, Hongzhi mark and period, 1488-1505) (51 kb, 27 July 2008)
  208. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: dish ('The Wedding Feast of Cupid and Psyche', 1558, Pierre Reymond, Limoges) (110 kb, 17 March 2007)
  209. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: dish (Turkey, 16th century) (79 kb, 27 July 2008)
  210. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: Flight into Egypt (c1485-1500, Cologne) (91 kb, 17 March 2007)
  211. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: Goat and Suckling Kid (c 1732-1735, model by Johann Joachim Kaändler, Meissen) (40 kb, 17 March 2007)
  212. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: Gondola Cup (early 17th century, probably modeled by Guillaume Dupré, probably workshop of Claude Barthelémy, Fontainbleau or Avon) (53 kb, 17 March 2007)
  213. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: Grapevine panel (c1905-1915, Tiffany Studios, New York City) (66 kb, 17 March 2007)
  214. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: ivory brush holder (China, 18th century) (46 kb, 4 January 2008)
  215. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: ivory panel with a Saint (Byzantine, said to be from Abbey of Mettlach, carved 500-600, probably in Egypt) (56 kb, 17 March 2007)
  216. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: ivory table screen (China, 18th century) (51 kb, 4 January 2008)
  217. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: lacquer circular dish with full-face dragon (China, c1600) (78 kb, 4 January 2008)
  218. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: lacquer circular incense box with design of lichees (China, late 16th-early 17th century) (54 kb, 4 January 2008)
  219. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: lacquer dish with decoration of two birds (China, early 15th century) (77 kb, 4 January 2008)
  220. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: lacquer dish with two birds and hollyhocks (China, mid-to-late 14th century) (79 kb, 4 January 2008)
  221. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: lacquer seven-lobed platter with scenes of children at play (China, 14th century) (89 kb, 4 January 2008)
  222. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: lacquer stacked food box with boats and plovers (Japan, second half of 19th century, artist Shibata Zeshin) (54 kb, 4 January 2008)
  223. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: Landscape and fountain (c 1905-1915, Tiffany Studios, New York City) (90 kb, 17 March 2007)
  224. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: Landscape and fountain, swan detail (c 1905-1915, Tiffany Studios, New York City) (92 kb, 17 March 2007)
  225. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: main lobby (1894-1902, architect Richard Morris Hunt) (95 kb, 27 July 2008)
  226. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: marble base for the front of a funerary couch (China, late 6th-early 7th century) (93 kb, 4 January 2008)
  227. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: marble sarcophagus (Dionysos on a panther with his attendants) (Roman, about AD220-230) (78 kb, 4 January 2008)
  228. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: marble ('The Reign of Jupiter', c 1555-1560, school of Fontainebleau) (62 kb, 17 March 2007)
  229. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: medallion, Alexander the Great (Limoges, about 1541, Colin Nouailher) (73 kb, 27 July 2008)
  230. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: plate (China, Ming dynasty, early 15th century) (70 kb, 27 July 2008)
  231. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: plate (China, Ming dynasty, early 15th century) (70 kb, 27 July 2008)
  232. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: plate (China, Yuan dynasty, ca. mid-14th century) (78 kb, 27 July 2008)
  233. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: plate (Zurich, c1770) (47 kb, 27 July 2008)
  234. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: plate, Paris Shooting Achilles in the Heel (Urbino, about 1525, Nicola da Urbino) (61 kb, 27 July 2008)
  235. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: Saint Roch with the van Merle family arms and a donor (c1510, Cologne) (77 kb, 17 March 2007)
  236. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: stained glass windows (1912, Frank Lloyd Wright, from Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, IL) (74 kb, 17 March 2007)
  237. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: vessel terminating in forepart of fantastic leonine creature (Iran, Achaemenid period, 5th century BC) (54 kb, 17 March 2007)
  238. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: View of Oyster Bay (c1905, Tiffany Studios, New York City) (79 kb, 17 March 2007)
  239. New York City, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art: Virgin of the Apocalypse (1430-1435, Cologne, Augustinian Cannon's Church of Corpus Christi) (77 kb, 17 March 2007)
  240. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Burst*008 (2008, Jeremy Edmiston and Douglas Gauthier) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (81 kb, 27 July 2008)
  241. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Cellophane House (2008, KieranTimberlake Associates) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (99 kb, 27 July 2008)
  242. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): clerestory windows (1912, Frank Lloyd Wright, from Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, IL) (55 kb, 3 January 2008)
  243. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Digitally Fabricated Housing for New Orleans, front view (2008, MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Lawrence Sass) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (93 kb, 27 July 2008)
  244. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Digitally Fabricated Housing for New Orleans, side view (2008, MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Lawrence Sass) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (74 kb, 27 July 2008)
  245. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Digitally Fabricated Housing for New Orleans, window (2008, MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Lawrence Sass) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (47 kb, 27 July 2008)
  246. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): 'Josephine Baker III' (c. 1927, Alexander Calder) (26 kb, 3 January 2008)
  247. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Micro Compact House (2008, Horden Cherry Lee Architects and Haack + Höpfner Architects) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (78 kb, 27 July 2008)
  248. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): 'Mirror of Light' (1974, Waltercio Caldas) (43 kb, 3 January 2008)
  249. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): spandrel from Gage Building (Chicago, IL, 1898-1899, Louis Sullivan) (104 kb, 3 January 2008)
  250. New York City, NY: Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): System3 (2008, Oskar Leo Kaufmann | Albert Rüf Architects) (part of exhibition 'Home Delivery: Fabricating the Modern Dwelling') (62 kb, 27 July 2008)
  251. New York City, NY: New York Public Library (Fifth Avenue): door panel (1902-1911, architect Carrère and Hastings) (112 kb, 18 March 2007)
  252. New York City, NY: One United Nations Plaza (First Avenue at East 44th Street): view (1976, Kevin Roche, John Dinkeloo and Associates) (86 kb, 18 March 2007)
  253. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (Sixth Avenue, Avenue of the Americas): 'Evening' (decoration over entrance) (art deco, 1932, Robert Garrison) (63 kb, 18 March 2007)
  254. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (Sixth Avenue, Avenue of the Americas): 'Morning' (decoration over entrance) (art deco, 1932, Robert Garrison) (62 kb, 18 March 2007)
  255. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (Sixth Avenue, Avenue of the Americas): 'Present' (decoration over entrance) (art deco, 1932, Robert Garrison) (58 kb, 18 March 2007)
  256. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (West 50th Street): 'Dance' (enameled metal rondel) (art deco, 1932, Hildreth Meiere) (75 kb, 18 March 2007)
  257. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (West 50th Street): 'Drama' (enameled metal rondel) (art deco, 1932, Hildreth Meiere) (70 kb, 18 March 2007)
  258. New York City, NY: Radio City Music Hall (West 50th Street): 'Song' (enameled metal rondel) (art deco, 1932, Hildreth Meiere) (64 kb, 18 March 2007)
  259. New York City, NY: Rockefeller Plaza (Channel Gardens, Rockefeller Center): Christmas angel (1954, Valerie Clarebout) (82 kb, 3 January 2008)
  260. New York City, NY: Rockefeller Plaza (Rockefeller Center): 'Maiden' (part of 'Mankind') (1934, Paul Manship) (87 kb, 3 January 2008)
  261. New York City, NY: Rockefeller Plaza (Rockefeller Center): 'Prometheus' (skating rink, lower plaza, sculpture) (art deco, 1934, Paul Manship) (71 kb, 18 March 2007)
  262. New York City, NY: Rockefeller Plaza (Rockefeller Center): 'Youth' (part of 'Mankind') (1934, Paul Manship) (99 kb, 3 January 2008)
  263. New York City, NY: St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue): Altar of the Holy Face (91 kb, 18 March 2007)
  264. New York City, NY: St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue): ceiling at central crossing (1858-1878, architect James Renwick, Jr. and William Rodrigue) (69 kb, 3 January 2008)
  265. New York City, NY: St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue): Founders Window (designed by James Renwick, Jr., made by Nicholas Lorin of Chartres, France) (128 kb, 18 March 2007)
  266. New York City, NY: St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue): main altar (1858-1878, architect James Renwick, Jr. and William Rodrigue) (93 kb, 18 March 2007)
  267. New York City, NY: St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue): The Adoration of the Child Jesus (made in Chartres, France) (112 kb, 3 January 2008)
  268. New York City, NY: St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue): Window of St Henry (made in Chartres, France) (119 kb, 18 March 2007)
  269. New York City, NY: St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue): Window of St Mark (made in Nantes, France) (140 kb, 18 March 2007)
  270. New York City, NY: St Patrick's Cathedral (Fifth Avenue): Window of the Annunciation (made in Chartres, France) (117 kb, 18 March 2007)
  271. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), General Assembly Building: balconies (1947-1953, Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Sir Howard Robertson, et al. with Harrison and Abramovitz) (66 kb, 18 March 2007)
  272. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), General Assembly Building: door panel, Fraternity (56 kb, 18 March 2007)
  273. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), General Assembly Building: door panel, Justice (60 kb, 18 March 2007)
  274. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), General Assembly Building: door panel, Truth (55 kb, 18 March 2007)
  275. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), General Assembly Building: Peace Window (1964, Marc Chagall) (120 kb, 18 March 2007)
  276. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), General Assembly Building: United Painting (2005, Ranan Lurie) (68 kb, 18 March 2007)
  277. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), General Assembly Building: view (1947-1953, Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Sir Howard Robertson, et al. with Harrison and Abramovitz) (73 kb, 18 March 2007)
  278. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue), Secretariat Building and Hammarskjold Library: view (Secretariat Building, 1947-1953, Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Sir Howard Robertson, et al. with Harrison and Abramovitz; Hammarskjold Library, 1963, Harrison, Abramovitz and Harris) (86 kb, 18 March 2007)
  279. New York City, NY: United Nations (First Avenue): 'Sphere within a Sphere' ('Sfera con Sfera') (1995, sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro) (92 kb, 18 March 2007)
  280. New York City, NY: Waldorf Astoria hotel: ceiling detail (art deco, 1931, architect Schultze and Weaver) (69 kb, 15 June 2002)
  281. New York City, NY: Waldorf Astoria hotel: elevator (lift) door detail (art deco, 1931, architect Schultze and Weaver) (50 kb, 15 June 2002)
  282. New York City, NY: Waldorf Astoria hotel: (part of) mosaic floor (art deco, 1931, architect Schultze and Weaver) (101 kb, 15 June 2002)
  283. New York City, NY: Westin Hotel (Eighth Avenue at 43rd Street): view (2002, Arquitectonica) (60 kb, 18 March 2007)
  284. Niagara Falls, New York (NY): American Falls: aerial view (75 kb, 21 September 2004)
  285. Quogue, New York (NY): Church of the Atonement: Adoring Angel (1909, Tiffany Studios) (104 kb, 26 August 2013)
  286. Quogue, New York (NY): Church of the Atonement: Adoring Angel (1909, Tiffany Studios) (102 kb, 26 August 2013)
  287. Quogue, New York (NY): Church of the Atonement: Angel (1931, Tiffany Studios) (81 kb, 26 August 2013)
  288. Quogue, New York (NY): Church of the Atonement: angel (from St Paul and an angel in stormy sea) (1902, unknown maker) (110 kb, 26 August 2013)
  289. Quogue, New York (NY): Church of the Atonement: Angel of Praise (1896, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, designed by Joseph Lauber) (85 kb, 26 August 2013)
  290. Quogue, New York (NY): Church of the Atonement: Christ Blessing a Child, 2000, Jack Cushen (after Tiffany) (110 kb, 26 August 2013)
  291. Quogue, New York (NY): Church of the Atonement: Dove in Flight, detail (ca. 1886, Tiffany, possibly designed by David Maitland Armstrong) (53 kb, 26 August 2013)
  292. Quogue, New York (NY): Church of the Atonement: landscape (1912, Tiffany Studios) (54 kb, 26 August 2013)
  293. Quogue, New York (NY): Church of the Atonement: St Cecilia (1914, Tiffany Studios) (53 kb, 26 August 2013)
  294. Quogue, New York (NY): Church of the Atonement: St Paul (from St Paul and an angel in stormy sea) (1902, unknown maker) (114 kb, 26 August 2013)
  295. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: A body of water with hills in the distance (ca. 1906, Tiffany Studios) (103 kb, 26 August 2013)
  296. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: angel holding a scroll (1915, Tiffany Studios) (86 kb, 26 August 2013)
  297. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: angel (unknown maker) (95 kb, 26 August 2013)
  298. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: Celtic cross and crown (1892, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (88 kb, 26 August 2013)
  299. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: Easter sunrise (Tiffany) (103 kb, 26 August 2013)
  300. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: Holbrook Memorial Window, crown (Tiffany) (131 kb, 26 August 2013)
  301. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: Jesus with young children (Tiffany Studios) (123 kb, 26 August 2013)
  302. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: Knight with angel wings (Maitland Armstrong) (105 kb, 26 August 2013)
  303. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: Resurrection Angel (Tiffany Studios) (115 kb, 26 August 2013)
  304. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: River flowing into a body of water with hills in the distance (Tiffany Studios) (72 kb, 26 August 2013)
  305. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: Sir Galahad (1902, Tiffany Studios) (85 kb, 26 August 2013)
  306. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: Sir Galahad, detail (1902, Tiffany Studios) (85 kb, 26 August 2013)
  307. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: St Margaret (1896, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (103 kb, 26 August 2013)
  308. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: view (60 kb, 26 August 2013)
  309. Southampton, New York (NY): St. Andrew's Dune Church: Woman holding a small harp (John La Farge) (113 kb, 26 August 2013)
  310. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: Angel Playing a Musical Instrument (1890, Tiffany) (89 kb, 28 August 2013)
  311. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: Belief in the Resurrection (1890, John La Farge) (87 kb, 28 August 2013)
  312. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: Children's Window (93 kb, 28 August 2013)
  313. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: Christ the Good Shepherd (G. Guthrie) (97 kb, 28 August 2013)
  314. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: Crown of Life, St Gertrude (Tiffany Studios) (72 kb, 28 August 2013)
  315. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: landscape with cross (Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (89 kb, 28 August 2013)
  316. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: mother and children (Tiffany) (design based on Charity figure in Joshua Reynolds window in New College chapel, Oxford) (79 kb, 28 August 2013)
  317. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: Pilgrims (Tiffany) (91 kb, 28 August 2013)
  318. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: Resurrection Angel (Tiffany Studios) (104 kb, 28 August 2013)
  319. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: Resurrection (Lamb Studios) (105 kb, 28 August 2013)
  320. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: St Elizabeth (Tiffany) (110 kb, 28 August 2013)
  321. Tuxedo Park, New York (NY): St Mary's-in-Tuxedo Church: St John (Walter Janes and his sister Mrs. M.F. White) (93 kb, 28 August 2013)
  322. Verona Beach, New York (NY): State Park: seagull squawking (34 kb, 6 September 2005)
  323. Watkins Glen, New York (NY): State Park: Cavern Cascade (112 kb, 7 August 2009)

Pennsylvania, USA:

  1. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Art Museum: chair (1912, designer Frank Lloyd Wright) (64 kb, 8 August 2009)
  2. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Art Museum: Chippendale Style Side Chair (designed 1983, designer Robert Venturi) (51 kb, 8 August 2009)
  3. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Art Museum: library windows (1912, designer Frank Lloyd Wright) (71 kb, 8 August 2009)
  4. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Art Museum: shallow dish (1916-1922, designer Frank Lloyd Wright) (47 kb, 8 August 2009)
  5. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Art Museum: Wagon Wheel Chair (1932, maker Wharton Esherick) (59 kb, 8 August 2009)
  6. Allentown, Pennsylvania (PA): Allentown Symphony Hall: mural (c 2007) (73 kb, 8 August 2009)
  7. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (PA): Brandywine River Museum: exterior reflections (1970-1971, architect James R. Grieves) (121 kb, 21 July 2008)
  8. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (PA): Brandywine River Museum: skylight (1970-1971, architect James R. Grieves) (48 kb, 21 July 2008)
  9. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (PA): Brandywine River Museum: skylight (1970-1971, architect James R. Grieves) (49 kb, 21 July 2008)
  10. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (PA): Brandywine River Museum: view out of window with reflections of gallery interior (1970-1971, architect James R. Grieves) (78 kb, 21 July 2008)
  11. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): driveway lamp (1950s, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (115 kb, 9 September 2005)
  12. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): entrance area (1954-1956, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (100 kb, 9 September 2005)
  13. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): entrance area detail (steps, wall frieze, small triangular rain drain) (1954-1956, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (82 kb, 9 September 2005)
  14. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): southwest corner (the 'prow') (1954-1956, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (118 kb, 9 September 2005)
  15. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): terrace including hexagonal roof cutouts (1954-1956, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (82 kb, 9 September 2005)
  16. Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania (PA): Kentuck Knob (I.N. and Bernardine Hagan House): west wall and hexagonal roof cutouts (1954-1956, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (112 kb, 9 September 2005)
  17. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: door handle (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (55 kb, 21 July 2008)
  18. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: light fixture (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (36 kb, 21 July 2008)
  19. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main chamber (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (83 kb, 21 July 2008)
  20. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main chamber, altar (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (61 kb, 21 July 2008)
  21. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main chamber, ceiling (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (96 kb, 21 July 2008)
  22. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main chamber, chandelier (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (86 kb, 21 July 2008)
  23. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main chamber, corner with memorial board (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (65 kb, 21 July 2008)
  24. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main entrance (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (80 kb, 21 July 2008)
  25. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: main entrance (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (74 kb, 21 July 2008)
  26. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: roof line (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (69 kb, 21 July 2008)
  27. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: Sisterhood Sanctuary altar (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (54 kb, 21 July 2008)
  28. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: Star of David light (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (111 kb, 21 July 2008)
  29. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: view along fountain (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (97 kb, 21 July 2008)
  30. Elkins Park, Pennsylvania (PA): Beth Sholom Synagogue: view from front (1954-1959, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mortimer J. Cohen) (71 kb, 21 July 2008)
  31. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Canada Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) bark (146 kb, 19 July 2008)
  32. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, bird bath held up by two birds (95 kb, 19 July 2008)
  33. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, Caladium lindenii 'Magnificum' (100 kb, 19 July 2008)
  34. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, cycad (Lepidozamia peroffskyana) (147 kb, 19 July 2008)
  35. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, Green Lasagna Fern (Asplenium nidus var. plicatum) (114 kb, 19 July 2008)
  36. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, Guzmania 'Optima' (51 kb, 19 July 2008)
  37. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, large waterplatter (74 kb, 19 July 2008)
  38. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, lizard fountain (56 kb, 19 July 2008)
  39. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, lizard fountain (80 kb, 19 July 2008)
  40. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, mosaic water lily fountain (105 kb, 19 July 2008)
  41. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, orchid (Cattleya g. Valentine 'Coerulea') (49 kb, 19 July 2008)
  42. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, orchid (Dendrochilum filiforme 'Mt Cuba') (112 kb, 19 July 2008)
  43. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, orchid (Disa unifora) (47 kb, 19 July 2008)
  44. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, orchid (Habenaria rhodocheila) (64 kb, 19 July 2008)
  45. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, Philodendron 'Pig Skin', leaf (135 kb, 19 July 2008)
  46. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Conservatory, water lily (46 kb, 19 July 2008)
  47. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Fancy-Leaved Caldium (Caladium x hortulanum cv. Candidum) (130 kb, 19 July 2008)
  48. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Ginkgo Biloba bark (146 kb, 19 July 2008)
  49. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Littleleaf Linden (Tilia cordata) bark (123 kb, 19 July 2008)
  50. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Pierce's Wood folly (105 kb, 19 July 2008)
  51. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Pin Oak (Quercus palustris) (158 kb, 19 July 2008)
  52. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: 'The Birdhouse' (2008, designed and built by Treehouse Workshop) (141 kb, 19 July 2008)
  53. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: 'The Canopy Cathedral' (2008, designed and built by Treehouse Workshop) (146 kb, 19 July 2008)
  54. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: 'The Lookout Loft', back half (2008, designed and built by Forever Young) (129 kb, 19 July 2008)
  55. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: 'The Lookout Loft', column support (2008, designed and built by Forever Young) (84 kb, 19 July 2008)
  56. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: 'The Lookout Loft', front half (2008, designed and built by Forever Young) (119 kb, 19 July 2008)
  57. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Topiary Garden, guard dog / lion (95 kb, 19 July 2008)
  58. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania (PA): Longwood Gardens: Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) bark (135 kb, 19 July 2008)
  59. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Arboreal Adventum' (2008, designer Buchart-Horn/BASCO Associates, builders Pocopson Industries) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (150 kb, 20 July 2008)
  60. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Arboreal Adventum' (2008, designer Buchart-Horn/BASCO Associates, builders Pocopson Industries) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (114 kb, 20 July 2008)
  61. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: butterfly seat (132 kb, 20 July 2008)
  62. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Cape May Bluebird House' (2008, designer and builder Preferred Landscaping, Inc.) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (96 kb, 20 July 2008)
  63. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: Eastern White Pine (Pinus strobus) bark (153 kb, 20 July 2008)
  64. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Hobbit House' (2008, designer and builder Bob Deane) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (129 kb, 20 July 2008)
  65. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Outlook' (2008, designer PDK Architects, builder Hessert Construction) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (157 kb, 20 July 2008)
  66. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Outlook' (2008, designer PDK Architects, builder Hessert Construction) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (157 kb, 20 July 2008)
  67. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: Red Maple (Acer rubrum) bark (135 kb, 20 July 2008)
  68. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Scared Silly' (pink elephant) (2008, designer and builder Ben Chandler, Chris McNichol, Michael Kinsley, and Surplus Salvage) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (160 kb, 20 July 2008)
  69. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'The Bell House' (2008, designer and builder Steve Kelly, John Darling-Wolf, Russell Pierson, Mt. Airy Treehouse Players) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (145 kb, 20 July 2008)
  70. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Treegloo' (2008, designer and builder Andrew Brehm and Friends) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (155 kb, 20 July 2008)
  71. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Tyler's Tree Home' (2008, designer Wm. A. Schmidt and Sons, and Geoff Anderson; builder Wm. A. Schmidt and Sons) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (142 kb, 20 July 2008)
  72. Media, Pennsylvania (PA): Tyler Aboretum: 'Williamson Serves' (2008, designer and builder The Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades Senior Carpentry Students) (part of 'Totally Terrific Treehouses') (127 kb, 20 July 2008)
  73. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): dining table (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (72 kb, 9 September 2005)
  74. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): entrance, driveway and trellis (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (131 kb, 9 September 2005)
  75. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): guest house plunge pool (1938, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (108 kb, 9 September 2005)
  76. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): living room (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (93 kb, 9 September 2005)
  77. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): living room east terrace (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (88 kb, 9 September 2005)
  78. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): living room, hatchway to stream (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (90 kb, 9 September 2005)
  79. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): master bedroom terrace and living room west terrace (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (79 kb, 9 September 2005)
  80. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): standard view (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (141 kb, 9 September 2005)
  81. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): third floor terrace (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (102 kb, 9 September 2005)
  82. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): view from bridge (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (86 kb, 9 September 2005)
  83. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): window embedded in stone, second floor dressing room (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (102 kb, 9 September 2005)
  84. Mill Run, Pennsylvania (PA): Fallingwater (Kaufmann House): windows (1935-1937, architect Frank Lloyd Wright) (106 kb, 9 September 2005)
  85. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: American Elm (Ulmus americana) bark (130 kb, 18 July 2008)
  86. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: Clothier Hall door (1929, architect Karcher and Smith) (80 kb, 18 July 2008)
  87. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: Dean Bond Rose Garden, gate detail (1996) (103 kb, 18 July 2008)
  88. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: Dean Bond Rose Garden, hare having dinner (103 kb, 18 July 2008)
  89. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: drain cover (128 kb, 18 July 2008)
  90. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: McCabe Library, windows (1967, architect Vincent G. Kling and Associates) (101 kb, 18 July 2008)
  91. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: Scott Amphitheatre (1942, designed by Thomas W. Sears) (113 kb, 18 July 2008)
  92. Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (PA): Swarthmore College: Scott Amphitheatre (1942, designed by Thomas W. Sears) (113 kb, 18 July 2008)

Virginia, USA:

  1. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello Visitor Center: museum shop (2009, Ayers/Saint/Gross Architects and Planners) (102 kb, 19 July 2010)
  2. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello Visitor Center: Robert H. and Clarice Smith Gallery (2009, Ayers/Saint/Gross Architects and Planners) (104 kb, 19 July 2010)
  3. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello Visitor Center: Thomas Jefferson (2009, StudioEIS) (89 kb, 19 July 2010)
  4. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello Visitor Center: ticket office (2009, Ayers/Saint/Gross Architects and Planners) (74 kb, 19 July 2010)
  5. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello: Chinese Cedar (Cedrela chinensis) bark (140 kb, 19 July 2010)
  6. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello: Little-Leaf Linden (Tilia cordata) bark (131 kb, 19 July 2010)
  7. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello: Mulberry Row (127 kb, 19 July 2010)
  8. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello: Paper Mulberry(Broussonetia papyrifera) bark (158 kb, 19 July 2010)
  9. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello: Sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) bark (160 kb, 19 July 2010)
  10. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello: west front (1769-1809, architect Thomas Jefferson) (103 kb, 19 July 2010)
  11. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello: White Ash (Fraxinus americana) bark (166 kb, 19 July 2010)
  12. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): Monticello: Willow Oak (Quercus phellos) bark (128 kb, 19 July 2010)
  13. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: angel at Christ's empty tomb (c 1890, designed by J. & R. Lamb) (118 kb, 19 July 2010)
  14. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: Christ and two women (1921, Duncan Smith) (101 kb, 19 July 2010)
  15. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane (c 1890) (97 kb, 19 July 2010)
  16. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: Christ with the children (c 1890) (89 kb, 19 July 2010)
  17. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: curving brick garden wall (1820s, architect Thomas Jefferson) (155 kb, 19 July 2010)
  18. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: Moses with the Ten Commandments (c 1890, designed by J. & R. Lamb) (121 kb, 19 July 2010)
  19. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: Pavilion walkway (1820s, architect Thomas Jefferson) (69 kb, 19 July 2010)
  20. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: Pavilion, window and frieze (1822, architect Thomas Jefferson) (57 kb, 19 July 2010)
  21. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: reaper (c 1890, designed by J. & R. Lamb) (133 kb, 19 July 2010)
  22. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: sower (c 1890, designed by J. & R. Lamb) (133 kb, 19 July 2010)
  23. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: St Luke (c 1949) (94 kb, 19 July 2010)
  24. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: Stt Mary (?) (c 1978) (81 kb, 19 July 2010)
  25. Charlottesville, Virginia (VA): University of Virginia: young girl (c 1906, Tiffany Studios) (85 kb, 19 July 2010)
  26. Richmond, Virginia (VA): 2006 West Main Street: street art (2005 teacher Ed Trask; Dara Randall, Elizabeth Munyan) (80 kb, 19 July 2010)
  27. Richmond, Virginia (VA): 2006 West Main Street: street art (2005, teacher Ed Trask; David Quinn, Wayne Hill) (72 kb, 19 July 2010)
  28. Richmond, Virginia (VA): 2320 West Main Street: soccer goalie making save (117 kb, 19 July 2010)
  29. Richmond, Virginia (VA): 2320 West Main Street: soccer player kicking ball (73 kb, 19 July 2010)
  30. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Monument Avenue: Matthew F. Maury Monument, detail (1929, sculptor Frederick William Sievers) (99 kb, 20 July 2010)
  31. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Baptism of Jesus (128 kb, 20 July 2010)
  32. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: central ceiling medallion (1845, architect Thomas S. Stewart) (76 kb, 20 July 2010)
  33. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Christ's Ascension (1899, originally in Monumental Church, installed in St Paul's in 1998, Tiffany Studios, designer Frederick Wilson) (85 kb, 20 July 2010)
  34. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Cornelius and the Angel (installed between 1925 and 1928, Tiffany Studios) (82 kb, 20 July 2010)
  35. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Cornelius and the Angel, detail (installed between 1925 and 1928, Tiffany Studios) (92 kb, 20 July 2010)
  36. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Holy Family's Flight into Egypt (112 kb, 20 July 2010)
  37. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Jesus Among the Elders (installed 1892, Charles Booth Studio) (107 kb, 20 July 2010)
  38. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Jesus Blessing the Children (installed 1894, Tiffany Studios) (92 kb, 20 July 2010)
  39. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Jesus Raising the Young Man at Nain (installed 1896, designed by Silas McBee, made by Charles Booth Studio) (103 kb, 20 July 2010)
  40. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Moses Leaving the House of Pharaoh (Robert E. Lee Memorial window) (installed 1892, Henry Holiday) (119 kb, 20 July 2010)
  41. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Moses Leaving the House of Pharaoh, detail (Robert E. Lee Memorial window) (installed 1892, Henry Holiday) (136 kb, 20 July 2010)
  42. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Moses On Mount Nebo (Robert E. Lee Memorial window) (iinstalled 1892, Henry Holiday) (107 kb, 20 July 2010)
  43. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Moses Presenting the Ten Commandments (1901, originally in Monumental Church, installed in St Paul's in 1998, Lamb Studios) (76 kb, 20 July 2010)
  44. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Paul Before Herod Agrippa (Jefferson Davis window) (installed 1898, Tiffany Studios, designer Frederick Wilson) (74 kb, 20 July 2010)
  45. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: Paul Before Herod Agrippa (Jefferson Davis window), detail (installed 1898, Tiffany Studios, designer Frederick Wilson) (90 kb, 20 July 2010)
  46. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Angel of Hope (installed 1906, Tiffany Studios) (84 kb, 20 July 2010)
  47. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Angel of Peace (installed 1912, Gorham Manufacturing Company) (142 kb, 20 July 2010)
  48. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Angels of Goodness and Mercy (Jefferson Davis window) (installed 1898, Tiffany Studios, designer Frederick Wilson) (102 kb, 20 July 2010)
  49. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Angels of Goodness and Mercy (Jefferson Davis window), detail (installed 1898, Tiffany Studios, designer Frederick Wilson) (102 kb, 20 July 2010)
  50. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Angels of Goodness and Mercy (Jefferson Davis window), detail (installed 1898, Tiffany Studios, designer Frederick Wilson) (100 kb, 20 July 2010)
  51. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Annunciation (installed c 1901, Tiffany Studios) (82 kb, 20 July 2010)
  52. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Annunciation, detail of Mary (installed c 1901, Tiffany Studios) (82 kb, 20 July 2010)
  53. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Fruit of the Spirit (installed c 1901, Tiffany Studios) (108 kb, 20 July 2010)
  54. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Kiss of Charity (installed 1916, Tiffany Studios) (120 kb, 20 July 2010)
  55. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Kiss of Charity, detail (installed 1916, Tiffany Studios) (95 kb, 20 July 2010)
  56. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Nativity (116 kb, 20 July 2010)
  57. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Vision of Christ to Believers (installed 1896, Tiffany Studios) (81 kb, 20 July 2010)
  58. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Women at the Tomb (installed 1896, designed by Silas McBee, made by Charles Booth Studio) (87 kb, 20 July 2010)
  59. Richmond, Virginia (VA): St Paul's Episcopal Church: The Young Crusader (installed 1928, Lamb Studios) (92 kb, 20 July 2010)
  60. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: ashtray with lizard (after 1919, Almaric V. Walter and Henri Bergé) (34 kb, 20 July 2010)
  61. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: atrium seating (2005-2010, Rick Mather and SMBW) (51 kb, 20 July 2010)
  62. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Autumn (late second or early third century A.D., once part of a hallway floor in a house near Antioch, in Roman, Syria) (96 kb, 20 July 2010)
  63. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: bed (c 1905-1908, Louis Majorelle) (56 kb, 20 July 2010)
  64. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: cabinet (c 1899, remodeled after 1909, Hector Guimard, from his office in Castel Béranger) (59 kb, 20 July 2010)
  65. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Christ Carrying the Cross (c 1450-1500, German, Upper Rhineland) (90 kb, 20 July 2010)
  66. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: clock (c 1929, Albert Cheuret) (48 kb, 20 July 2010)
  67. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Crucifixion (c 1500, German, probably Rhineland) (118 kb, 20 July 2010)
  68. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Dango (artist Jun Kaneko) (126 kb, 20 July 2010)
  69. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Dango (artist Jun Kaneko) (124 kb, 20 July 2010)
  70. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Dango (artist Jun Kaneko) (142 kb, 20 July 2010)
  71. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Dango (artist Jun Kaneko) (141 kb, 20 July 2010)
  72. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Dango (artist Jun Kaneko) (97 kb, 20 July 2010)
  73. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Dango (artist Jun Kaneko) (97 kb, 20 July 2010)
  74. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Dango (artist Jun Kaneko) (101 kb, 20 July 2010)
  75. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Dango (artist Jun Kaneko) (88 kb, 20 July 2010)
  76. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Dango (artist Jun Kaneko) (81 kb, 20 July 2010)
  77. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: desk (1909, Hector Guimard) (56 kb, 20 July 2010)
  78. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Fire Screen (c 1900, attributed to Emile Gallé, leather by M. Melchoir) (66 kb, 20 July 2010)
  79. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Fire Screen, 1891, William A.S. Benson (35 kb, 20 July 2010)
  80. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: head (2004-2007, artist Jun Kaneko) (71 kb, 20 July 2010)
  81. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Jack-in-the-Pulpit Vase (c 1903, Tiffany Studios) (49 kb, 20 July 2010)
  82. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Large Leaping Hare (1982, sculptor Barry Flanagan) (30 kb, 20 July 2010)
  83. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Loïe Fuller Lamp, detail (c 1900, Raoul François Larche, cast by Siot-Decauville) (40 kb, 20 July 2010)
  84. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Magnolia and Apple Blossom, detail (for George E. Dimock residence, Elizabeth, NJ, c 1900, Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company) (72 kb, 20 July 2010)
  85. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Mourning Female Saint (c 1425-1450, English, probably Norfolk) (82 kb, 20 July 2010)
  86. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Punch Bowl with Three Ladles (1900, Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company, owned by Henry O. Havemeyer of New York City) (67 kb, 20 July 2010)
  87. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Queen of Clubs (for Hous'hill, Catherine Cranston's residence, Glasgow, Scotland) (1909, artist Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh) (85 kb, 20 July 2010)
  88. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Queen of Diamonds (for Hous'hill, Catherine Cranston's residence, Glasgow, Scotland) (1909, artist Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh) (88 kb, 20 July 2010)
  89. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Queen of Hearts (for Hous'hill, Catherine Cranston's residence, Glasgow, Scotland) (1909, artist Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh) (82 kb, 20 July 2010)
  90. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Queen of Spades (for Hous'hill, Catherine Cranston's residence, Glasgow, Scotland) (1909, artist Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh) (84 kb, 20 July 2010)
  91. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Sideboard, autumn (1903, Emile Gallé, Paul Holderbach created gilded-iron mounts, August Herbst designed the marquetry panels) (62 kb, 20 July 2010)
  92. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: sofa (c 1927, Marcel Coard, for Jacques Doucet residence) (55 kb, 20 July 2010)
  93. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Splotch #22 (2007, sculptor Sol LeWitt) (61 kb, 20 July 2010)
  94. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Spring (late second or early third century A.D., once part of a hallway floor in a house near Antioch, in Roman, Syria) (101 kb, 20 July 2010)
  95. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: St Anne with the Virgin and Child (c 1525-1550, Flemish) (74 kb, 20 July 2010)
  96. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Summer (late second or early third century A.D., once part of a hallway floor in a house near Antioch, in Roman, Syria) (103 kb, 20 July 2010)
  97. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: sun bed (1930, Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann, for Jane Renouardt residence, Saint Cloud, France) (46 kb, 20 July 2010)
  98. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: sunset palm tree lampshade (c 1916, Handel Lamp Company, decorated by Gustav Leohner) (70 kb, 20 July 2010)
  99. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: two windows for Avery Coonley Playhouse (Riverside, IL, 1912, Frank Lloyd Wright) (49 kb, 20 July 2010)
  100. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: vase (c 1885, Eugène Rousseau) (49 kb, 20 July 2010)
  101. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: water lily pond (c 1912, Jacques Grüber) (89 kb, 20 July 2010)
  102. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: water lily pond, detail (c 1912, Jacques Grüber) (81 kb, 20 July 2010)
  103. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: window with female figure (c 1901-1902, designed by Georges de Feure, probably made by Hand Müller-Hickler) (63 kb, 20 July 2010)
  104. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Winter (late second or early third century A.D., once part of a hallway floor in a house near Antioch, in Roman, Syria) (95 kb, 20 July 2010)
  105. Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia State Capitol: rotunda, George Washington (1785-1796, sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon, architect Thomas Jefferson and Charles-Louis Clérisseau) (80 kb, 20 July 2010)

Washington, DC, USA:

  1. Washington, DC: 15th Street NW: Boy Scout Memorial (1964, sculptor Donald DeLue) (120 kb, 20 March 2007)
  2. Washington, DC: Arlington Memorial Bridge: sculpture 'Aspiration and Literature' (commissioned 1925, designs approved 1933, erected 1951, sculptor James Earle Fraser) (65 kb, 20 March 2007)
  3. Washington, DC: Arlington Memorial Bridge: sculpture 'Music and Harvest' (commissioned 1925, designs approved 1933, erected 1951, sculptor James Earle Fraser) (57 kb, 20 March 2007)
  4. Washington, DC: Capitol Building: view (1793-1829, William Thornton, Benjamin Henry Latrobe, Charles Bulfinch, since extended) (67 kb, 20 March 2007)
  5. Washington, DC: Capitol Hill: Rotunda dome, The Apotheosis of Washington (1865, Constantino Brumidi, restored 1987-1988) (116 kb, 22 July 2010)
  6. Washington, DC: Capitol Hill: The Brumidi Frieze (Cortez and Montezuma at Mexican Temple) (1878-1889, Constantino Brumidi, Filippo Costaggini) (98 kb, 22 July 2010)
  7. Washington, DC: Corcoran Gallery of Art (17th Street NW): Lion Asleep (original marble 1792, bronze cast c 1860, sculptor Antonio Canova) (70 kb, 21 July 2010)
  8. Washington, DC: Corcoran Gallery of Art (17th Street NW): Lion Awake (original marble 1792, bronze cast c 1860, sculptor Antonio Canova) (68 kb, 21 July 2010)
  9. Washington, DC: Department of Commerce (15th Street NW): pediment (1934, James Earle Fraser) (60 kb, 20 March 2007)
  10. Washington, DC: Department of Commerce (15th Street NW): pediment (1934, James Earle Fraser) (67 kb, 20 March 2007)
  11. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Agricola I (1951-1952, sculptor David Smith) (111 kb, 21 July 2010)
  12. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Are Years What? (for Marianne Moore) (1967, sculptor Mark di Suvero) (80 kb, 21 July 2010)
  13. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Brushstroke (1996, enlarged and fabricated 2002-2003, Roy Lichtenstein) (72 kb, 21 July 2010)
  14. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Cubi XII (1963, sculptor David Smith) (130 kb, 21 July 2010)
  15. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Draped Reclining Figure (1952-1953, cast 1956, Henry Moore) (103 kb, 21 July 2010)
  16. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Eros, Inside Eros (1986, sculptor Arman) (71 kb, 21 July 2010)
  17. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Evocation of a Form: Human, Lunar, Spectral (1950, enlarged and cast 1957, sculptor Jean Arp) (72 kb, 21 July 2010)
  18. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Figure (1926-1930, cast 1958-1961, sculptor Jacques Lipchitz) (113 kb, 21 July 2010)
  19. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Figure for Landscape (1960, cast 1965, Barbara Hepworth) (105 kb, 21 July 2010)
  20. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: For Gordon Bunshaft (2006, sculptor Dan Graham) (124 kb, 21 July 2010)
  21. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: fountain (1969-1974, Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill) (64 kb, 21 July 2010)
  22. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Horse and Rider (1952-1953, sculptor Marino Marini) (104 kb, 21 July 2010)
  23. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: King and Queen (1952-1953, Henry Moore) (134 kb, 21 July 2010)
  24. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Lunar Bird (1944-1946, enlarged and cast 1966-1967, Joan Miró) (83 kb, 21 July 2010)
  25. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Monumental Head (1960, Alberto Giacometti) (131 kb, 21 July 2010)
  26. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Pittsburgh Landscape (1954, sculptor David Smith) (145 kb, 21 July 2010)
  27. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Seated Woman (1956-1957, cast 1962, Henry Moore) (120 kb, 21 July 2010)
  28. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Seated Yucatán Woman (1973, sculptor Francisco Zúñiga) (97 kb, 21 July 2010)
  29. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Self-Portrait with Model at Bergamo (1942, sculptor Giacomo Manzù) (101 kb, 21 July 2010)
  30. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Sky Hooks (c 1962, Alexander Calder) (103 kb, 21 July 2010)
  31. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: The Drummer (1989-1990, sculptor Barry Flanagan) (120 kb, 21 July 2010)
  32. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: The Great Warrior of Montauban (1898-1900, cast 1956, sculptor Emile-Antoine Bourdelle) (128 kb, 21 July 2010)
  33. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Three-Piece Reclining Figure No. 2: Bridge Prop (1963, cast 1964, Henry Moore) (93 kb, 21 July 2010)
  34. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Two-Piece Reclining Figure (1969-1970, cast 1973, Henry Moore) (87 kb, 21 July 2010)
  35. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Upright Motive No. 1: Glenkiln Cross (1955, cast 1956-1957, Henry Moore) (129 kb, 21 July 2010)
  36. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Voltri XV (1962, sculptor David Smith) (142 kb, 21 July 2010)
  37. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Walking Man (1900, enlarged 1905, cast 1962, Auguste Rodin) (102 kb, 21 July 2010)
  38. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Working Model for Three-Way Piece No. 3: Verterbrae (1968, cast 1969, Henry Moore) (87 kb, 21 July 2010)
  39. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: Young Girl on a Chair (1955, sculptor Giacomo Manzù) (98 kb, 21 July 2010)
  40. Washington, DC: Korean War Veterans Memorial: soldiers (1995, Frank Gaylord) (98 kb, 21 July 2010)
  41. Washington, DC: Korean War Veterans Memorial: soldiers in front of wall (1995, soliders Frank Gaylord, wall Louis Nelson) (108 kb, 21 July 2010)
  42. Washington, DC: Korean War Veterans Memorial: soliders (1995, Frank Gaylord) (146 kb, 20 March 2007)
  43. Washington, DC: Lafayette Square: Tadeusz Kosciuszko Memoria, detail (1910, sculptor Antoni Popiel) (95 kb, 21 July 2010)
  44. Washington, DC: Lincoln Memorial: Abraham Lincoln (1914-1922, sculptor Daniel Chester French, architect Henry Bacon) (41 kb, 20 March 2007)
  45. Washington, DC: Lincoln Memorial: Abraham Lincoln, at night (1914-1922, sculptor Daniel Chester French, architect Henry Bacon) (47 kb, 20 July 2010)
  46. Washington, DC: Lincoln Memorial: view (1914-1922, architect Henry Bacon) (65 kb, 21 July 2010)
  47. Washington, DC: Lincoln Memorial: view at night (1914-1922, architect Henry Bacon) (45 kb, 20 July 2010)
  48. Washington, DC: National Archives Building (Constitution Avenue NW): Guardianship (1933-1935, sculptor James Earle Fraser) (87 kb, 21 July 2010)
  49. Washington, DC: National Archives Building (Constitution Avenue NW): Heritage (1933-1935, sculptor James Earle Fraser) (77 kb, 21 July 2010)
  50. Washington, DC: National Archives Building (Constitution Avenue NW): pediment, The Recorder of the Archives (c 1935, sculptor James Earle Fraser) (72 kb, 21 July 2010)
  51. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art East Building (Madison Drive NW): Oriforme (1962/1977, Jean Arp) (86 kb, 20 March 2007)
  52. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art East Building (Madison Drive NW): view (1974-1978, I.M. Pei) (50 kb, 20 March 2007)
  53. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Cheval Rouge (Red Horse) (1974, Alexander Calder) (83 kb, 20 March 2007)
  54. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Cluster of Four Cubes (1992, George Rickey) (88 kb, 20 March 2007)
  55. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Cubi XI (1963, sculptor David Smith) (145 kb, 21 July 2010)
  56. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Cubi XXVI (1965, David Smith) (146 kb, 20 March 2007)
  57. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Four-Sided Pyramid (1997, Sol Lewitt) (90 kb, 21 July 2010)
  58. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Graft (2008-2009, sculptor Roxy Paine) (83 kb, 21 July 2010)
  59. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden (Constitution Avenue NW): Thinker on a Rock (1997, Barry Flanagan) (169 kb, 20 March 2007)
  60. Washington, DC: Organization of American States (17th Street NW): lantern (90 kb, 20 March 2007)
  61. Washington, DC: Organization of American States (17th Street NW): lantern detail (77 kb, 21 July 2010)
  62. Washington, DC: Organization of American States (17th Street NW): North America (1910, sculptor Gutzon Borglum) (63 kb, 21 July 2010)
  63. Washington, DC: Organization of American States (17th Street NW): Queen Isabella of Spain (1966, sculptor Jose Luis Sanchez) (70 kb, 21 July 2010)
  64. Washington, DC: Organization of American States (17th Street NW): South America (1910, sculptor Isidore Konti) (60 kb, 21 July 2010)
  65. Washington, DC: President's Park: First Division Monument, top (1924, sculptor Daniel Chester French, architects Cass Gilbert and Cass Gilbert, Jr.) (31 kb, 20 July 2010)
  66. Washington, DC: Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Behring Center: sculpture 'Infinity' (1967, José de Rivera) (48 kb, 20 March 2007)
  67. Washington, DC: Supreme Court (1st Street SE): view (1932-1935, Cass Gilbert and John Rockart) (54 kb, 20 March 2007)
  68. Washington, DC: Union Station (Massachusetts Avenue): ceiling (1907, Daniel Burnham, assisted by Pierce Anderson, restored 1981-1988) (72 kb, 19 March 2007)
  69. Washington, DC: Union Station (Massachusetts Avenue): Christopher Columbus Memorial Fountain (1912, statue Lorado Z. Taft, fountain Daniel Burnham) (55 kb, 20 March 2007)
  70. Washington, DC: Vietnam Veterans Memorial: finding the name (1982, designed by Maya Lin) (98 kb, 21 July 2010)
  71. Washington, DC: Vietnam Women's Memorial: view (1993, sculptor Glenna Goodacre) (122 kb, 21 July 2010)
  72. Washington, DC: Walker Building, 15th Street NW: decoration over door (1936, architect Porter & Lockie, artist John Joseph Earley) (96 kb, 21 July 2010)
  73. Washington, DC: Washington Monument: view (1848-1885, Robert Mills) (24 kb, 20 March 2007)
  74. Washington, DC: Washington Monument: view down National Mall towards Lincoln Memorial (66 kb, 21 July 2010)
  75. Washington, DC: World War II Memorial: bas reliefs (2001-2004, sculptor Raymond Kaskey, design architect Friedrich St. Florian) (95 kb, 20 July 2010)
  76. Washington, DC: World War II Memorial: bas reliefs (2001-2004, sculptor Raymond Kaskey, design architect Friedrich St. Florian) (92 kb, 20 July 2010)
  77. Washington, DC: World War II Memorial: bas reliefs (2001-2004, sculptor Raymond Kaskey, design architect Friedrich St. Florian) (94 kb, 20 July 2010)
  78. Washington, DC: World War II Memorial: view (2001-2004, design architect Friedrich St. Florian) (66 kb, 20 March 2007)
  79. Washington, DC: World War II Memorial: view at dusk (2001-2004, design architect Friedrich St. Florian) (72 kb, 20 July 2010)

Other USA:

  1. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: Annunciation to the Shepherds (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (91 kb, 22 July 2010)
  2. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: Annunciation to the Shepherds, angels (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (111 kb, 22 July 2010)
  3. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: Annunciation to the Shepherds, detail of the shepherds (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (121 kb, 22 July 2010)
  4. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: Christ Blessing the Children (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (75 kb, 22 July 2010)
  5. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: Christ in Gethsemane (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (79 kb, 22 July 2010)
  6. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: Christ in Gethsemane, detail of Jesus (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (80 kb, 22 July 2010)
  7. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: I am the Vine (Church Glass and Decorating Company) (71 kb, 22 July 2010)
  8. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: I am the Way (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (81 kb, 22 July 2010)
  9. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: I Will Lift Up My Eyes (Gorham Manufacturing Company) (77 kb, 22 July 2010)
  10. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: If I Be Lifted Up (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (59 kb, 22 July 2010)
  11. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: Lead Kindly Light (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (61 kb, 22 July 2010)
  12. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: St. Gabriel (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (85 kb, 22 July 2010)
  13. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: St. John (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (90 kb, 22 July 2010)
  14. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: The Baptism of Christ (1916, Tiffany Studios) (78 kb, 22 July 2010)
  15. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: The Good Shepherd (1931, Wilbur H. Burnham Studios) (124 kb, 22 July 2010)
  16. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: The Holy City (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (90 kb, 22 July 2010)
  17. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: The Holy City, John the Divine (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (92 kb, 22 July 2010)
  18. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: The Lord is My Shepherd (Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.) (108 kb, 22 July 2010)
  19. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: The New Creation (c 1905, Tiffany Studios) (105 kb, 22 July 2010)
  20. Baltimore, Maryland (MD): Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church: The Young David (probably Tiffany Studios) (76 kb, 22 July 2010)
  21. Bethesda, Maryland (MD): National Library of Medicine, NIH (National Institutes of Health): sculpture ('Tree 1', 1981, Kenneth Snelson) and view of building (1959-1962, O'Connor and Kilham) (76 kb, 19 March 2007)
  22. Bethesda, Maryland (MD): National Library of Medicine, NIH (National Institutes of Health): view (1959-1962, O'Connor and Kilham) (80 kb, 20 March 2007)
  23. Brandywine Creek, Delaware (DE): Smith's Bridge: view (reconstructed 2002) (118 kb, 20 July 2008)
  24. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): Church Street: The Hat Man (first painted 1892?) (34 kb, 17 July 2010)
  25. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): Col. Othneil Beale's House, East Bay Street: Col. Othneil Beale's House (74 kb, 17 July 2010)
  26. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): Concord Street: Crape Myrtle bark (79 kb, 17 July 2010)
  27. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): Dock Street Theatre, Church Street: balcony iron railing (84 kb, 17 July 2010)
  28. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): Middleton Place: oak tree with Spanish moss (111 kb, 16 July 2010)
  29. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): Middleton Place: old rice pond (72 kb, 16 July 2010)
  30. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): Middleton Place: remaining house (90 kb, 16 July 2010)
  31. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): Middleton Place: view of Ashley River (47 kb, 16 July 2010)
  32. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): St. Michael's Episcopal Church: Annunciation (1897, artist Tiffany) (84 kb, 17 July 2010)
  33. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): St. Michael's Episcopal Church: Easter Morning (1897, artist Tiffany) (99 kb, 17 July 2010)
  34. Charleston, South Carolina (SC): St. Michael's Episcopal Church: St Michael and the Dragon (1893, artist Tiffany) (95 kb, 17 July 2010)
  35. Guilford, Vermont (VT): Southeastern Vermont Welcome Center (1999, architect Timothy D. Smith and Associates with Vermont Timber Works) (101 kb, 1 December 2002)
  36. Savannah, Georgia (GA): Monterey Square: Casimir Pulaski Monument, relief (1854, designer Robert E. Launitz) (58 kb, 16 July 2010)
  37. Savannah, Georgia (GA): River Street: African American Monument (2002, sculptor Dorothy Spradley) (119 kb, 16 July 2010)
  38. Savannah, Georgia (GA): Talmadge Memorial Bridge: view (1988-1991, T. Y. Lin International, Man-Chung Tang) (44 kb, 16 July 2010)
  39. Wakefield (South Kingstown), Rhode Island (RI): Church of the Ascension: angel (Tiffany Studios, probably designed by Frederick Wilson) (84 kb, 24 August 2013)
  40. Wakefield (South Kingstown), Rhode Island (RI): Church of the Ascension: angel (Tiffany Studios, probably designed by Frederick Wilson) (83 kb, 24 August 2013)
  41. Wakefield (South Kingstown), Rhode Island (RI): Church of the Ascension: Education of the Virgin (Tiffany Studios, probably designed by Frederick Wilson) (74 kb, 24 August 2013)
  42. Wakefield (South Kingstown), Rhode Island (RI): Church of the Ascension: Valiant Woman (1896, Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company) (84 kb, 24 August 2013)
  43. Watch Hill, Westerly, Rhode Island (RI): Bay Street: Merry-Go-Round (1883) (only continuously operating and surviving flying horse Merry-Go-Round in the US) (96 kb, 25 August 2013)
  44. Watch Hill, Westerly, Rhode Island (RI): Napatree Point Beach: sand dune hill (70 kb, 25 August 2013)
  45. Watch Hill, Westerly, Rhode Island (RI): Napatree Point Beach: view of beach (71 kb, 25 August 2013)
  46. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: chandelier (47 kb, 20 July 2008)
  47. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: frog fountain ('Water's Edge', 1997, André Harvey) (in Enchanted Woods) (66 kb, 20 July 2008)
  48. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: Montmorenci Stair Hall (from 1822 plantation home in North Carolina) (64 kb, 20 July 2008)
  49. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: Oriental Spruce (Picea orientalis) bark (127 kb, 20 July 2008)
  50. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: Plate (charger) (about 1720, made in Jingdezhen, China) (83 kb, 20 July 2008)
  51. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: Plate (charger) (about 1730, made in Jingdezhen, China) (68 kb, 20 July 2008)
  52. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: turtles (2001, André Harvey) (in Enchanted Woods) (128 kb, 20 July 2008)
  53. Winterthur, Delaware (DE): Winterthur estate: Visitor Center (1961, architects Victorine and Samuel Homsey) (131 kb, 20 July 2008)