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Battleship Island (Gunkanjima)


Pakenham 5 Span Bridge - Photo by Tired Tim

The bridge is a historic stone bridge with five arches that crosses the Mississippi River in the town of Pakenham within Mississippi Mills. Dating back to 1903, it is the only one of this type in North America.

Syphon Creek Falls - Photo by Scott Goldsworthy

Located just outside the quaint town of Salmon Arm, this short walk to the rushing Syphon Creek waterfall is an icon of the Shuswap area.  Trailhead parking is at the corner of 40th Ave NW and 60th St NW.

Corra Linn - Photo by Klaus G Pfannholzer

Corra Linn is the largest waterfall by volume of water in the UK. This 27-metre waterfall has been referred to as “Clyde‘s most majestic daughter“ Sir John Bowring (1792-1872). It is the largest of the four waterfalls that make up the Falls of Clyde, located on the River Clyde in South Lanarkshire. 

Hofvijver View - Photo by Vinicius Melo

The amazing view looking out over Hofvijver towards the Binnenhof buildings. Hofvijver is a picturesque lake surrounded by government buildings (including parliament and First Chamber of the States General), city landmarks with a large fountain as its centrepiece.

Café Central - Photo by Kristofer Liljeblad

Bring a wide angle lens and capture the lovely architecture and building that contains the famous Café Central. Definitely worth a visit during opening hours as well as when night comes.

Parque Nacional Rincón De La Vieja - Photo by Aaron Smith

The name (translated as ‘old lady’s nook’) comes from the park’s main attraction, the active Volcán Rincón de la Vieja (1895m). The park also covers several other peaks in the same volcanic range, including the highest one – Volcán Santa María (1916m). The park is filled with well-maintained, but sometimes steep, trails. We recommend you bring your wide angle lens for stunning views and your fastest zoom for the jungle wildlife!

St. Mary's Church Ruins - Photo by Shawn M. Kent

In the 1900s many old stone buildings were torn down to make way for new buildings. Rebuilt from the remnants of former banks and other stone buildings these ruins create picturesque subjects that now decorate the estate grounds. 


Development has begun in earnest on an update to the App. We’ll be adding a new landing page that will feature your work more prominently. In the meantime, we’re getting ready for the final week of the PIXEO Photo Challenge for May. We’ve added a few more entries from this week to the running and we’ll let you know when voting begins. Until next time, keep snapping and we’ll be back next week with more details about the PIXEO Photo Challenge!

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