The ice cream vendor on the street to Las Penas attracts a crowd on a hot day.
There are two other vendors in the photograph. Can you find them?
Las Penas is a neighbourhood of Guayaquil, Ecuador, that has been spruced up from the condition it once was in.
A very colourful and comfortable place to visit.
It’s all in the way you hold your tongue.
This little birch grove on Tower Drive is a piece of the city that is often unseen by passing people.
This is how it looked this past Sunday afternoon.
Spectacular skies over Trout Lake on a -32 C morning.
Some of the clouds are contrails from passing aircraft.
The stump has charred areas which are evidence of a forest fire that passed through this area some years ago.
The snow yesterday afternoon had a bit of freezing rain in it.
The glass panels were glazed in a white sugar frosting.
Near the mouth of the Michipicoten River on Lake Superior.
The Mission is a little town on the Magpie River not far from Wawa.
The road crosses the river just below Silver Falls.
This is the view from the bridge.
Snow in the tag alders near Lee’s Road.
Machu Picchu colour.
Occasional plantings provide colour on the site.
Lots of stone and terraces.
Getting from room to room inside one of the structures in Machu Picchu.
Each individual block is shaped to fit precisely. There is no mortar holding them in place.
Quite remarkable as the Incas used no draft animals, iron tools, or wheels.
On the tip of the rock are terraces and buildings for storing grain.
One can sign up to take the trail to the top. A limited number of people per day get to do this. (Although too small to see in this small format, there are people up there.) There is no chairlift.
We took a pass.