9. Studying the Moon in Idaho
Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho is an 83-square mile scenic and scientific area of basaltic lava flows, volcanic cones, craters and other features of recent volcanic origin. Al Shepard and Ed Mitchell, and backup crewmembers Joe Engle and Gene Cernan of Apollo 14, pictured on a geology field trip at Craters of the Moon, Idaho, 22-23 August 1969.
10. Gustave Eiffel’s Swiss Villa Getaway
Villa Claire, named after his daughter, was Gustave Eiffel’s preferred place of rest when he wasn’t building giant iron towers or attempting to engineer the Panama Canal. In Vevey, Switzerland.
From a collection at Musée D’Orsay, prints for sale on Muzeo.