Park Avenue. NYC, 1964.

Old Pan Am building, Park Ave. Nyc - and though it's now the Met Life, I still call it the Pan Am Building :-)

The Rookery's Light Court, Chicago

The Rookery The stunningly beautiful staircase and skylight at The Rookery in Chicago, by Burnham and Root. The building was completed in but Frank Lloyd Wright totally redesigned the skylit lobby in

Katy Freeway, Houston, Texas- Officially the widest freeway on the planet

Katy Freeway, Houston, Texas- Officially the widest freeway on the planet. My brother hates driving this freeway. He says it's the worst freeway to drive he's ever been on and I agree

Masuleh (Masouleh), Iran. Historical names for the city include Māsalar and Khortāb. It was founded in the 10th century AD. The spectacular architecture of Masouleh is popularly known as "The yard of the above building is the roof of the below building". No cars are allowed in the city.

Masuleh, Iran Masuleh is a breathtakingly beautiful village located in the Talesh mountains. The interesting about Masuleh are the streets. The village is so steep, they had to make the streets on top of the flat roofs of the houses below.

Rare Color Photography of Early 1900s Paris

❤ One of my favorite things: Hot Air Balloons. The first air show at the Grand Palais in Paris, France. September Photographed in Autochrome Lumière by Léon Gimpel.

Westerdok Disctrict, Amsterdam, Netherlands

womendailymagazine: “ Russian Photographers are Showing You the World From a Bird’s Eye View ”

Market Street, San Francisco after the earthquake, 1906.

Market Street, San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake. The earthquake struck San Francisco at a. on Wednesday, April Devastating fires broke out in the city and lasted for several days.

Ezra Stoller, JFK Airport TWA Terminal 1962: one of 'the' architecture photographers of the 20th century.

TWA Terminal, New York International (now John F. Kennedy International) Airport, New York, circa Photographer Balthazar Korab

Intérieur du Printemps à la Belle Epoque, Paris, vers 1900-1910

Au Bonheur des Dames: Au Printemps, built in was destroyed by fire in Jules Jaluzot, the owner, was hailed as a hero for waking the salesgirls in their attic rooms.