• Home Exterior: The Mushroom House in Pittsford, N.Y.

    Locals refer to the home as the Mushroom House, but the inspiration for the residence was actually the wildflower, Queen Anne’s Lace.   See the Image

  • Lower Manhtattan Skyline

    Published 11/13/13 in Places
    Lower Manhtattan Skyline

    One World Trade Center has been named the tallest building in the U.S. by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.   See the Image

  • Cobb County, The Big Chicken

    If you've ever lived in Cobb County or been lost there, someone has given you directions starting with the words, "Okay, now, head towards the big chicken..."   See the Image

  • Willis Tower in Chicago and the Chicago skyline

    It's done. Chicago is out. Not everyone is happy. And Mayor Emanuel didn't like it and said so.  The Height Committee of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, a Chicago-based…   Read the Article

  • David Dyte Book Coney Island

    Brooklyn resident David Dyte spent over a year exploring every neighborhood of Brooklyn with his camera at the ready — that's 56 neighborhoods, in his estimation. Along the way he captured images…   Read the Article

  • San Francisco Gotham: What Would The Dark Knight Do?

    San Francisco is all a-twitter this week. Not because of that corporation's IPO – that's big news, sure, but not nearly as exciting as the fact that our fair city will be transformed, for one day,…   Read the Article

  • San Francisco Gotham: The Conservatory of Flowers

    For one day, the Make-a-Wish foundation will transform San Francisco into Gotham City so a sick 5-year-old boy named Miles can experience his fondest desire: to become Batman. In celebration of his…   See the Gallery

  • San Francisco Gotham: Yerba Buena Gardens

    Remember that time Mister Freeze used a public fountain to neutralize the mayor and his cohort?    See the Image

  • San Francisco Gotham: What Would The Dark Knight Do?

    San Francisco will transform, for a day, into Gotham City - which makes perfect sense to those of us who know its mysterious nooks and crannies.    See the Image

  • San Francisco Gotham: The Conservatory of Flowers

    Originally erected in 1879, the elegant botanical haven is the perfect lair for Poison Ivy.    See the Image