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The otherworldly volcanic landscape of Iceland

Click on title to view photo in large format: With razor-sharp, tortured lava formations everywhere, the volcanic landscape of Iceland felt otherworldly to me. Iceland has the dubious honor of having...

The Quadriportico at the Great Theater in Pompeii likely served as a foyer for the theater. Though the art and statuary that once filled it is gone, the 74 surrounding columns have survived

Click on above photo to view it in large format: The Quadriportico at the Great Theater in Pompeii likely served as a foyer for the theater. Though the art and statuary...

Sliding wooden panels that separated the main salon from the interior garden in House of the Wooden Partition were instantly turned to sharcoal by the pyroclastic material and preserved in situ

In the early afternoon of August 24 in A.D. 79, more than 300 residents of Herculaneum, Rome fled to the shores of the Mediterranean. Some lingered on the beach, others huddled...

Coal Gastonomy Association Romances Meal in interior courtyard of San Vicenz Church

From the outset, I knew I was in trouble in Costa Brava, Spain. Not only did I love the people, architecture, and scenery, I loved the food! As if conspiring to...