A menhir, one of the many monoliths of pre-historical times found near Carnac in southern Brittany, France, Aug.6.
A view of the Vasa (or Wasa) Museum in Stockholm, Aug.24. The Vasa, a Swedish warship, sank in 1628 after sailing just 1,300 meters (1,400 yd) during her maiden voyage. She was salvaged in 1961 with the wooden hull still mainly intact and was sprayed with polyethylene glycol for 17 years… A museum was later built around the reconstructed ship that became one of Sweden’s most popular tourist attractions.
The courtyard of the old city hall of Basle in Switzerland that dates back to the 16th century. Photo taken Jan.22 (was there on a job).
At Stonehenge, July 10