Spider Rock at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. With its Navajo history, stunning viewpoints and amazing red rock, this is one place that should definitely be on your bucket list! If you love the photo below, vote “Every Day for the Month of May” HERE and then come back to see the blog that goes along with it HERE.
I’ve come up with what I hope you think is a beautiful design and some pretty pictures for a coffee table book called “THE NATURAL BEAUTY OF ARIZONA” coming out this year. Hopefully soon I’ll have a Sneak Peek for you to check out. Until then, bookmark my site to make sure you don’t miss the big day when I can finally tell you it’s ready!
“Madeline Island is just across the bay, but a world away.” With two great parks – Big Bay State Park and Big Bay Town Park – there’s hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing and gorgeous sandstone bluffs for fabulous views and many miles of beach on the Lake Superior shoreline. The perfect day for a departure from reality on this fabulous island on the greatest of lakes. – READ MORE
The Wetlands of Wisconsin. When people think about wetlands, I don’t think Wisconsin comes to mind. But all along the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, which runs along the border of Minnesota and Wisconsin, lies several of the most wonderful places that I’ve visited in a long time. This area also offers excellent wildlife viewing, great canoeing and kayaking, beautiful camping and picnic areas and other exceptional scenery. – READ MORE
St. Peter’s Basilica (Basilica Papale di San Pietro in Vaticano), is one of the most beautiful and prominent buildings in Vatican City and its fabulous dome dominates most Roman skyline photographs. One of the largest churches in the world, it is a marvelous work of Renaissance architecture. Considered one of the holiest and greatest churches of all time, this place touched my soul while I experienced the history and beauty that surrounded me. – READ MORE
We spent a nice amount of time in the Court of the Pigna (Court of the Pine Cone) until it was “tour time” at the Vatican Museums and then onto the Sistine Chapel. It was a fabulous green space with only a few people milling around. We thought it was going to be a nice relaxing tour, but we were wrong about that. The Fontana della Pigna was once a fountain, but now just decorates a vast niche in the wall of the Vatican facing the grass courtyard. – READ MORE
Vatican City State is a walled area within the city of Rome. On only about 110 acres with St. Peter’s Square as its central gathering place, sit St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums. The Vatican State is the smallest internationally recognized independent state in the world, and ruled by the Pope. The highest officials are Catholic clergy from various nations who generally reside at the Apostolic Palace. – READ MORE
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