Madeleine Castain, Bamboo-lined Gallery to the Kitchen In Rue Bonaparte Flat-Paris, 1940s, photo by Roland Beaufre
Photo identified as Cottage Garden 2, taken in April 2007. Love the stone path and casual placement of the colorful flowers. This photo inspires me to put more time and effort into landscaping at my cottage next year! -LRE
Paris Skyline – The View of Paris at Night Maybe Napoleon Bonaparte was listed as the person who changed the face of Paris as the city of
Nick and Bobbie Ercoline were dating at the time of the Woodstock concert in 1969 and didn't know their photo was being taken. Later they got married and have been together for over 40 years and are now proud grandparents. Their photo, which appeared on the cover of the Woodstock album, defined their generation. (Gerontologist cover photo; April 2012)
Aerial view of the Washington Monument on Thursday, April 5, 2012 in Washington. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)
my first trip to paris included a daily visit to market on rue mouffetard in the 5th
To be a kid
Princess Mathilde Bonaparte wearing a diamond eagle tiara. The eagle is an emblem of the House of Bonaparte. "If it weren't for him [Emperor Napoleon, her uncle], I'd be selling oranges in the streets of Ajaccio." - Mathilde Bonaparte
Day 1: President John Kennedy reaches for a pen to sign the visitors' book at Arch of Triumph in Paris on May 31, 1961 after kindling the flame marking the tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Paris landmark. French President Charles De Gaulle, wearing his general's uniform, stands beside the U.S. Chief Executive. (AP Photo)
St Michaels on Sea - photo of the sea taken 26 Jan 2012
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Cabinet, Sevres factory; 1848; by Alexandre-Evariste Fragonard (1780-1850), Klagmann Jean-Baptiste-Jules (1810-1867), Jules-Constant Peyre-Jean-Baptiste (1811-1871) (after Raphael). Ebony, painted enamel, porcelain. Offered by the Prince-President Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte to Queen Isabella II of Spain (1830-1904) in 1851. Paris, Louvre.
This photo of Private First Class Elvis Presley was taken at Ray Barracks in Friedberg, Germany on Sunday April 12, 1959. To mark the eighteenth anniversary of the Third Amored Division, it was Open Day/ House at Ray Barracks. It was Elvis's job on that day to drive visitors around the camp in a jeep. One of the guests was his father, Vernon.
I must make a trip to the The Ribbonerie in San Francisco.
(Photo Taken by Jordan Ferney)
A skywalk extends out over the Grand Canyon in this photo taken Feb. 28, 2012, on the Hualapai Indian Reservation, Ariz. The number of international visitors to the United States rose 10 percent in the first three months of 2012. (Photo: Robert Galbraith / Reuters file)
Pictures for Maya
In this image taken in July 2011 shows the tomb and skeleton of what is believed to be an 800-year old Russian man that rests in the
Check out this cool time-lapse video of the Grand Canyon! Blink of Time is a time lapse film featuring the stunning views of the Grand Canyon. Over 80,000 photos were taken over the course of 7 weeks in April, May, and June of 2012 to make this film. During the production we were able to capture the solar eclipse that took place on May 20, 2012.