Impala in Kruger Park, South Africa.
The edge of a residential district at the Greek colony of Selinunte, Sicily, Italy.
Among the rocks near Kettle Cove, near Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, USA.
Bridge across the Gweru river near Gwelutshena, Nkayi North, Zimbabwe.
Because of the lack of guard rails, a bus rides over the side into the river about once per year.
Found some purple clay in an eroded stream bank in the woods near the Palisades in New Jersey!
There was some more compacted claystone? upstream and other interesting sedimentary stuff going on.
Granite chapel in Evergreen cemetery, Portland, Maine, USA.
Lime mortar, slate roof. The granite blocks look really new - they look like they haven’t aged at all in the hundred years since they were put up. Not like the soft tuff in Italy.
Samuel Wilde Memorial Chapel, built 1902.
This guy teaches people how to make skin-on-frame wooden kayaks for a living, and runs an off-grid farm/homestead. He has a few interesting and smart designs for improving the thermal efficiency of his heating systems. For his building projects, he collects fallen lumber that floats downriver by rafting it up in the bay with his kayak and then taking it in with the tide and hauling it out onto a flatbed truck.
Hint: we saw this 5-10 minutes after take-off from Munich on a flight bound for New York.
Which German city is this?
A 100 Watt solar panel charges a battery in a home in Gwelutshena, Zimbabwe.