NASHVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 16: Taylor Swift performs the Alan Jackson song "Where Were You" at the 41st Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Renaissance Hotel on October 16, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon IV/Getty Images)
Photo By: Frederick Breedon IV
Lawn Revolution: Contrasting Textures
The grass clumps are Muhlenbergia Rigens, surrounded by wood mulch, next to a path made of decomposed granite, which complements the dormant grass in color.
Photo By: Michael Thilgen and Four Dimensions Landscape
Chicago's Wrigley Building: Spanish Revival & French Revolution Style
The two towers of the Wrigley Building, located on the "Magnificent MIle" of Chicago's North Michigan Avenue, are a fusion of French Revolution and Spanish Revival architecture styles. The design was inspired by Seville Cathedral's Giralda Tower in Spain. The building originally housed the headquarters the Wrigley Company, manufacturers of the famous chewing gum. The building exterior has 250,000 terra cotta tiles that were custom made in England, and each is tracked by computer to determine when maintenance is needed.
Photo By: Cesar Russ Photography
The Junk Gypsies head over to the dance hall to start installing decor for prom. Portrait of Jolie and Amie posing with a large-scale cowboy boot.
The Olympic Cauldron is also located in the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Cauldron Park, where it's frequented by locals and visitors alike. The steel-and-glass structure was designed to look like an icicle, so the fire burning inside it is able to be seen through the glass on the outside. Water trickles down the glass sides of the cauldron to give the effect of melting ice. From the ground up, the cauldron stands 72 feet tall and is made up of 738 pieces of glass.
As seen of GAC's Junk Gypsies, Jolie Sikes Smith arranges some soaps for the store's display.(action)