The Alhambra is a Nasrid “palace city”. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. It is certainly Granada’s most emblematic monument and one of the most visited in Spain. It consists of a defensive zone, the Alcazaba, together with others of a residential and formal state character, the Nasrid Palaces and, lastly, the palace, gardens and orchards of El Generalife. from Wiki
This 880m long aqueduct is brand new compared to the Roman aquaeducts: It was bult 1772 and is filling a water reservoir (Chateau dau) for fountains and public water intakes. Architects were Henri Pitot, Donnat and Jean Antoine Giral.
A classic shot of the London Eye and the Southbank from Westminster Bridge.
One of the luckiest collections of sunrise pictures I’ve taken. The cloud kept flowing over the hills behind me until the sun rose and broke-through, turning Kowloon Bay golden and bathing the city in it’s light. The cloud above and forest below provide the perfect frame.
Ensign Peak, SLC, Utah.
View from Calton Hill in Edinburgh.
Lisbon View From Saint George Castle, Portugal.
This is a 7 shot panoramic taken from the Sky Garden observation deck of the “Walkie Talkie” building in the City of London. This is probably one of the best spots in the city for a view and best of all its free to visit!!