Santorini, Greece

Santorini donkey ride down the mountain - definitely the strangest way I have traveled up stairs. I felt sorry for the pedestrians because the donkeys didn't care if you were in the way

Stone street  Financial District  NYC   Cobblestone pedestrian streets with charming cafés and restaurants. An oasis of calm amidst the canyons of Wall Street.

Stone Street Lower Manhattan, New York Originally called Brewers St., this is the first paved street in New York (hence the name "Stone"). The buildings largely date soon after the Great Fire of which devastated the neighborhood. © Matthew X.

Greenwich Village coffee house at the corner of Christopher and Gay streets, NYC

Just One of My Coffee Stops In The Village - Greenwich Village Coffee House on The Corner of Christopher and Gay Street NYC

Game of chess, Greenwich village, #New York

New-York Shopped for my nephew here when he was a competitive chess player (starting around six years old). He now teaches chess and he is also a magician.

Stone St by bobbycaputo

Here is a place I haven't been.but would love to cross off my list. Stone street for dinner. One of my top five favorite streets in Manhattan, New York City.

A good example of the fantastic level of layout and detail in Chris Ware's work.

‘Building Stories,’ by Chris Ware

Chris Ware’s new graphic novel, about the residents of a Chicago building, comes in a box containing a hard-bound volume or two, pamphlets and leaflets, a huge tabloid and more.

Adventure Travel, Minimalist Interior, Vacation, Sweet, Window, Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Architectural People, Apple Background

People And Architecture by Serjios-16

People And Architecture by Serjios

Fan Ho.

Critically acclaimed Chinese photographer Fan Ho spent the and taking gritty and darkly beautiful photos of street life in Hong Kong. His photographs are to be published in his new book “Fan Ho: A Hong Kong Memoir.