When visiting Jerusalem, it’s natural to sense the significant of this city. Jews, Christians, Muslims and people of many faiths come here for many reasons. Some crowd into narrow streets to walk the Stations of the Cross, to help the faithful to make a spiritual pilgrimage of prayer.
Pilings appear to float on the mirror-still evening water of the Chesapeake Bay inlet at St. Michaels, Maryland. The town of about 1,100 was founded in 1633 and was known for ship building and shipping tobacco to Europe that was grown on Maryland’s fertile eastern shore.
l’Orangerie Museum – a magnificent gem in Paris. A gallery filled – 360 degrees – with the best of Monet’s water lilies.