Steven Seawright

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Spectacular landscapes in HQ

Earth is a spectacularly beautiful, diverse place: filled to the brim with millions of species of plants and animals, mindblowing features that seem …

Two Hulls House: Seaside Residence Inspired by Ships

Two wood-clad cantilevered appendages stretch out over rocky cliffs to take in views of the ocean in this Nova Scotia residence inspired by ships. …

Victoria 73 House Cape Town, South Africa by SAOTA (o)

Banpo bridge, Seoul, South Korea

Banpo bridge, Seoul, South Korea

Interesting Photo of the Day: Massive Walrus Naps on Submarine Hatch

<i>Always bring a camera.</i> These words of advice are repeated by photographers everywhere who know the best scenes always seem to unfold when you leave …


Best Kept Wild: Roaming New Zealand

THE CHOPPER CAME flat over a dense forest of tree ferns, black beech, and red-flowered rata trees. It sailed over New Zealand’s Fiordland cliffs and fell to the whitecaps of the Southern Ocean. The cliffs were threaded with waterfalls, like in <i>Avatar.</i> Nick Wallis, a 33-year-old pilot for Alpine …

Sunday Brunch: Eggs Baked on Grits with Bacon and Tomatoes

<b>Editor's note:</b> Each Saturday morning we bring you a Sunday Brunch recipe. Why on Saturday? So you have time to shop and prepare for tomorrow.<p>More<p>Eggs<p>Buying tips, techniques, and recipes, no matter how you like them.<p>Grits are one of my favorite breakfast staples. Here, I've added eggs and a quick …

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Protesters flood Brazilian cities over World Cup spending

Protests by a quarter of a million people have swept Brazil as demonstrators express their anger over the amount of money being invested in the World Cup and an increase in bus fares.<p>After days of demonstrations, described as "legitimate" by Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's president, activists filled the …