Blue

Blue has been an important color since ancient times. Often associated with peace and harmony, explore our collection for calm vibes.
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Brighton, United Kingdom

Photomatic

Photoboothing is cause for a whole new level of excitement.

Margate, United Kingdom

Margate Lido

This stoic Art Deco tower is all that remains of a former seaside bathing facility in Kent, England.

San Francisco, California, United States

Painted Ladies

Everywhere you look, there's colorful houses.

Prague, Czech Republic

Hotel Opera

A hot-pink confection of Bohemian Neo-Renaissance style, the Hotel Opera stands in the less touristy Nové Město, or “New Town,” quarter of storied Prague.

London, United Kingdom

London Aquatic Center

Fittingly, this olympic scaled bathhouse is fully inspired by the ways of the water.

Llandudno, United Kingdom

Llandudno Cable Car

Longest aerial cabin lift in the UK, running over one mile from the Happy Valley to the Great Orme Summit.

Munich, Germany

BavariaPark

Home to a Hall of Fame and a Beer Drinker's Paradise.

Piura, Peru

Playa Los Órganos Piura

The secluded beach town of Los Órganos sits somewhat untouched by commercial tourism - but that was not always the case for the beaches along the northern coast of Peru.

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Camacari, Brazil

Apcef Bahia

The Apcef Bahia is a non-profit sports and leisure organization that serves employees from Caixa Econômica Federal da Bahia, or the Federal Savings Bank of Bahia.

Staten Island, New York, United States

Staten Island Ferry

The Staten Island Ferry in New York City remains in operation long after bridges and tunnels connected most of the metropolis in the mid 20th century.

Mystic, Connecticut, United States

Charles W. Morgan Ship

The Charles W. Morgan is a whaling ship who is the last standing — or should we say floating? — of a whaling fleet of 2,700 ships.

AWA Visted Here

Stonington, Connecticut, United States

Enders Island

A look around the island and the services it offers is a testament to the founders' legacy.

AWA Visted Here

London, United Kingdom

Kenwood House

This former stately home, in Hampstead, London has been owned by a series of Earls and a member of the Guinness family, is now open to the public.

Yokohama, Japan

Port of Yokohama

Officially opened in 1859, the Port of Yokohama served as the catalyst for international trade between Japan and the United States throughout the 19th century.

Munich, Germany

Hofgarten

The gardens weren’t open to the public until 1780 — and thankfully, it’s stayed that way since.

Adrian, Texas, United States

Midpoint Cafe

Headed to Chicago? You're halfway there!

Thermopolis, Wyoming, United States

Hot Springs State Park

Wyoming's biggest hot spring has been enjoyed for over thousands of years.

Glasgow, Scotland

Western Baths Club

Founded in 1876, this Victorian-era club remains at its original site and is one of two clubs of its kind left in Glasgow.

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