Travel Photography Photos tagged as tower
The Eiffel Tower as seen from the Palais Chaillot at dusk, with the Champs de Mars and the Ecole Militaire viewable in the distance. http://www.eutouring.com/
Close up photograph of the Eiffel Tower, of the top viewing platform where the Eiffel Tower's restaurant is also found and some tourist who are also not fearful of heights! http://www.eutouring.com/
Photo of the Eiffel Tower taken from over a train line on a pedestrian bridge, running alongside the River Seine. http://www.eutouring.com/
Belgrade picture took at dusk and vectorized
Climbing Tower at Busselton
Hiroe on Water Tower carnarvon
* NÖ = Niederösterreich
Turpan Pendi, or Turpan Basin, the lowest inland-point on earth.
the Trump Tower, curved shaped building blocks the sunrise in Panama City, Panama
Two sheep with a light tower in the background, somewhere on snaeffelsnes penninsula
The sun was rising but behind a few clouds. There was a cell tower in the skyline. I waited till the sun started peeking out from behind the clouds and then took this shot.
a view from atop the KL Tower
Discovered in the early 1900s, the Nazca Lines consist of hundreds of geometric, animal, and human figures drawn into the desert floor. These lines were created by the ancient Nazca culture which thrived between 400-650 AD. The lines vary in complexity and include figures such as hummingbirds, monkeys, fish, lizards, spiders, trees, and humans. There are also hundreds of geometric shapes and long, straight lines of up to 60 km (37 miles) in length. Plenty has been learned about the lines and the Nazca people but there is still no definite conclusion on why the Nazca built the figures and shapes. One theory suggests that the figures represent star constellations. Another theory suggests the lines are linked with the flow of water, from the surround mountains, which was extremely important to this ancient desert culture. ~ Chelsea Schmidt
This picture was taken by me Seema, during my trip the Paris, France.