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Exploring the iceberg graveyard at Red Island

Exploring the Iceberg Graveyard at Red Island

Exploring the iceberg graveyard at Red Island

On a zodiac tour exploring the iceberg graveyard at Red Island, Greenland, Alan and I don’t expect to find the American Southwest. But red sandstone is exactly what I touch as the raft maneuvers through an arch sticking out from the island. However that’s the end of the similarity. You won’t see an iceberg graveyard […]

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Galapagos Islands

A Photographic Tour through the Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Islands

Travel bucket lists are a very personal thing, but when it comes to travel destinations, there seems to be a few reoccurring favorites that show up on most travelers’ wish lists, such as the Galapagos Islands. About 1,000 kilometers off the coast of Ecuador, this off-the-beaten-path area is known for its amazing wildlife and untouched […]

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Revolutionary Square

Exploring Cuba Today

Revolutionary Square

As Cuba continues to open to American travelers, there is a growing sense of excitement, intrigue, and mystery about the small Caribbean island. After years of forbidden travel, explorers are chomping at the bit to explore Cuba, and with good reason. Travel photographer, Dennis Calhoun, visited Cuba recently and is here to tell us …

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Sunset in Neumayer Channel

Seeing the Light in Antarctica

Sunset in Neumayer Channel

When Alan and I cruised in Antarctica on Seabourn Quest, we expected to see mammoth icebergs, stunning scenery, and cute penguins waddling around. But the other worldliness of Antarctica’s light came as a complete surprise to us. The soft, golden rays shining low in the sky added a dimension beyond scenery and wildlife that’s hard […]

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