A bull rider attempts to hang on for the 8 seconds necessary during an event at the Calgary Stampede.
A cowboy keeps his spurs -- made in Korea -- hanging from his belt.
Officials and staff in western hats watch the hang time of a bronco during the Calgary Stampede.
The skyline of the increasingly hip Fremont East neighborhood in Las Vegas, home to some of the city's iconic neon.
The deeply etched landscape of Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta Province looks both temporary and ancient.
Unlike on some riverboats, the paddlewheel on the American Queen is the main source of propulsion up and down the Mississippi River.
The bulbous theater that is part of the Glasgow Science Centre in Glasgow, Scotland.
The Our Lady of Perpetual Help Mission Church in Scottsdale's Old Town was built in 1933.
The giant letters across the front of the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff, Wales.
The torch atop the Calgary Tower only burns a few times a year, including during the Calgary Stampede.
Office buildings (reflecting the buildings across the street) loom over a park with a statue of a long-horn bull in downtown Calgary, Canada.
A boy runs along the hulking St. David's Cathedral in St. Davids, one of the larger towns along the Pembrokeshire coast of Wales.
The newly renamed Elizabeth Tower (home to the bell named Big Ben) looms over a riverfront statue on the Thames in London.
Young spectators watch the bull riding and bronc busting at the Calgary Stampede.
A youth tickles the toes of the World's Largest Dinosaur, an attraction in the tiny town of Drumheller, Alberta, Canada.
Kayakers paddle through downtown Indianapolis on a canal.
A photo of Al Capone keeps on an eye on a visitor to the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, also known as the Mob Museum, in Las Vegas.
An oversize photo of the Million Dollar Quartet hangs on the wall in the gift shop at Sun Studio in Memphis.
A performer with the Annie Moses Band plays will aboard the American Queen paddlewheel steamboat on the Mississippi River.
The counter at Chloe's Corner, a popular lunch spot inside the new Cityscape mall in downtown Phoenix.
An Elvis Presley impersonator croons aboard the American Queen paddlewheel steamboat on the Mississippi River.