Architecture

Dunnottar Castle

Dunnottar Castle

Dunnottar Castle stands on the rocky cliffs of Scotland's northeast coast. The structures were built between the 13th and 17th centuries. Read More
Empty New York Subway

Empty New York Subway

With over 8 million people in New York City a completely empty subway terminal is a rare thing. However it makes a great setting for suspenseful cinematography. Read More
Pagoda

Pagoda

Pagoda is the English word, from the Portuguese pagode, meaning temple, the multi-tiered place of worship for a number of Indian and Asian cultures. Read More
Redwood Deck

Redwood Deck

Built with lumber from the western conifer, Sequoia sempervirens, a redwood deck commonly has a pier and post foundation underlaying two by six inch boards. Read More
Shelter

Shelter

Shelter can range from emergency housing to mansions. Keeping warm and dry is the goal of the most basic shelter constructions in wilderness or rural settings. Read More
Stone Henge

Stone Henge

Stone Henge in England's Wiltshire County near Amesbury is something of a mystery. It was constructed around 2500 BCE and consists of stones weighing many tons. Read More
Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain

The Trevi Fountain is an ornate, large baroque fountain in Rome, Italy. It is one of the most famous fountains in the world, standing at a statuesque 85 feet. Read More
Water Towers

Water Towers

Water towers are elevated storage containers for drinking water, constructed in a spherical or cylindrical shape and built at a height for water pressure. Read More
Wawona Hotel

Wawona Hotel

Historic Wawona Hotel, located in the southern portion of Yosemite National Park, was originally a stop-over for stagecoaches heading for the Yosemite Valley. Read More