A worker in an orange shirt and jeans uses a leaf blower in an urban park. The leaf blower is conveniently strapped to his back, allowing for easy transport. Keeping parks free of leaves enables citizens to enjoy the outdoors more comfortably.
Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah is full of incredible red sandstone formations and attracts visitors from all over the world who come to experience it by hike or horseback ride.
A Welsh Pony stands on a gravel road at Snowdonia National Park in Wales, UK. A rugged, mountainous environment is evident in the background. The small pony is copper in color, but has a long, blondish, flowing mane and tail.
Many cities and parks have racks, like the ones pictured here, for storing and securing bicycles. These two blue bike racks are permanently installed in concrete so that riders can stow their bicycles and enjoy the park on foot.
A vintage World War I cannon is displayed in a park, and surrounded by grass and green trees. The wheels on the cannon allowed soldiers to move the artillery in order to best combat the enemy.
Antique airplanes are reminiscent of an era gone by. This photo shows the rotary motor and wooden propeller of a red World War I era biplane that is on display at the Air & Space Museum in San Diego's Balboa Park.
The skyline of lower Manhattan, seen from Liberty Island. The New York Harbor is in the forefront of the photograph, while the cerulean blue sky serves as a perfect backdrop.
Video released by the Carver County Sheriff's Department shows Prince's Paisley Park estate in the moments after authorities responded to a report that the singer was unresponsive.
Daily Mail. Fri, 20 Apr 2018 03:41:23 +0100.
A federal drug trafficking investigation in Little Village and West Garfield Park led to charges filed against more than 12 people, officials announced Thursday.
ABC News. Fri, 20 Apr 2018 00:44:49 UTC.
Moving a monument to the controversial 19th-century doctor, J. Marion Sims, from Central Park to a Brooklyn cemetery does not wipe out the racist past it immortalizes.
Ginia Bellafante. New York Times. Thu, 19 Apr 2018 15:01:47 GMT.