A stone World War I memorial in Washington, D.C. is photographed among the colorful white, green, and red trees. The landmark features architecture that includes pillars and stone columns.
A monument of a soldier from World War I is photographed against a backdrop of fall foliage. The dull gray color of the statue stands in stark contrast to the gold, red, orange, and green trees. A bright blue sky peeks out from behind the trees.
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.
This atomic clock, located in the town square and transportation hub of Berlin known as the Alexanderplatz, is considered a world clock because it displays the precise time for major capitals around the world.
A variety of pen-and-ink drawings depict images associated with World War I. The image includes drawings of soldiers, airplanes, guns, cannons, and boots. A soldier wearing a helmet peers down the scope of vintage artillery.
Clocks are used throughout the world as a means of telling time. Atomic clocks in particular are trusted as the time-telling standard since they are the most accurate measurement available.
Down through the centuries, the Bible has been translated into many different languages from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek and distributed throughout the world.
A young man in the wilderness wearing a green shirt keeps in touch with the civilized world thanks to his wireless phone. The man can explore the valleys, fields, and mountains, knowing that his friends and family are merely a phone call away.