London Bridge, Lake Havasu, AZ ~This would be an ordinary bridge if it were still spanning the River Thames in London, England. What makes this century-old construction preposterous is the fact that in 1968 it was bought by chain-saw magnate Robert McCulloch, disassembled stone by stone, then transported to remote Lake Havasu, where it is now a rather incongruous local landmark (along with other oddities like one-third-scale functioning lighthouses). Michael Dwyer / Alamy
Do you know the story of the Brooklyn Bridge? This fun book for kids tells the tale featuring PT Barnum, a circus and 21 elephants. It also inspired this week's Engineering Science for Kids challenge - build a bridge to hold 21 elephants! A great STEM / STEAM activity for preschoolers and elementary aged students
What is exposure compensation? Free cheat sheet for photographers
What is exposure compensation? If you’re new to photography or have moved beyond your auto modes, this clunky photographic term might sound a bit confusing. but rest assured, it’s not, and this photography cheat sheet should help clear this up.
Tojiin Templ was founded in 1341 by Ashikaga Takauji - the first Shogun in Muromachi era with guidance of legendary Zen Buddhist, poet and garden designer. It became memorial temple for Takauji after his death and funeral temple for Ashikaga shoguns. Each garden has a pond with an island and is filled with different rhododendrons and azaleas. The feeling of beauty may be manifested by presence of different elements in perfect harmony. When it is reached, nothing can be added or…