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.
A young blond woman wearing a long black maxi dress is photographed in an urban area. The woman holds a bouquet of bright yellow flowers, which contrast with the concrete wall and weeds pictured in the photograph.
Bike racks come in various styles; they can be used for transporting or securing bicycles. This row of permanently installed triangular metal racks is used for securing bicycles. These types of bike racks are frequently used by bicycle commuters.
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Paintball is a sport that allows teams of players to compete in a simulation of urban and natural combat. A paintball gun, or marker, and safety equipment are needed by every paintball contestant.
A young boy sits in the rugged outback of Australia, wearing a wide-brimmed hat and boots. He leans against a tree in the bush, which grows amidst vivid green grass. Explore both wide-open spaces and cosmopolitan areas in Australia.
A pristine white church is set in front of an azure blue sky. The church's architecture, with its wooden steeple and clapboard siding, is reminiscent of structures in New England.
he clean hybrid-electric power and compact SUV size makes the latest UX, by the premium Japanese carmaker Lexus, a worthy urban run-around contender.
By Nargess Banks, Contributor. Forbes. Mon, 18 Mar 2019 11:15:00 -0400.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has dubbed the 85.4-meter Mjøstårnet, in Brumunddal, Norway, as the world's tallest timber building.
Engineering News-Record. Thu, 14 Mar 2019 14:47:00 -0400.
A National Geographic special issue looks at the way we've built cities in the past and how we will reverse the effects on the climate and our own health in the future.
ABC News. Thu, 14 Mar 2019 11:06:04 -0400.