• Alpine Visitor Center in Rocky Mountain National Park

    From the Beaver Meadows entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park, drive to the Alpine Visitor Center at 11,796 feet for gorgeous views. The center's a regular stop for tourists with public restrooms,…   See the Image

  • Alpine Flowers in Colorado

    Published 12/11/13 in Places
    Alpine Flowers in Colorado

    Perennial Alpine avens Geum rossii (yellow) and Sky pilot Polemonium viscosum (purple) bloom at high elevations in Rocky Mountain National Park during the summer months. While pretty, Sky pilot wafts…   See the Image

  • Columbine Flower in Colorado

    A columbine, the state flower of Colorado, blooms along a trail in Rocky Mountain National Park's burnt-out area from the 2012 Fern Lake Fire. Sparked by an illegal campfire, the fire consumed 3,500…   See the Image

  • Pika in Colorado

    Published 12/11/13 in Places
    Pika in Colorado

    This pika, a non-hibernating critter that lives above treeline, is gathering food for winter. Hikers may see and hear these vocal creatures defending their dried vegetation "haypiles" as…   See the Image

  • Wonderland Ghost

    Published 12/11/13 in Places
    Wonderland Ghost

    Although it looks like the ghost of Disneyland past, this is actually an unfinished structure from a failed amusement park in China that was to be known as "Wonderland."   See the Image

  • Devil's Bridge

    Published 12/11/13 in Places
    Devil's Bridge

    Popularly known as the "Devil's Bridge," this arch was built around 1860, an is located in Kromlauer Park in the municipality of Kromlau in the Görlitz Gablenzgasse district of…   See the Image

  • 105 Weatherford Place, Entrance

    Located within walking distance of the Historic District in Roswell, the homes in Weatherford Place feature solar panels, superior drainage systems that recycle rain water and a community park.   See the Gallery

  • Brazilian designer Hugo França is featured in Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden's 2013-2014 Art at Fairchild season. França uses all natural materials to create functional and sustainable design…   See the Gallery

  • Hugo França designed this bench out of solid pequi wood. All of França's designs are made for actual use.   See the Image

  • Sixteen of Franças pieces, including "Popanone" and "Ararauna" are exhibited at Fairchild Garden from Dec. 1, 2013 - May 31, 2014.   See the Image