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    ... Visiting a place and knowing that you have not damaged it environmentally and culturally, and perhaps even leaving something positive behind, is as much a joy as a duty. Our old friend the late Robbie ...
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    ... Visiting a place and knowing that you have not damaged it environmentally and culturally, and perhaps even leaving something positive behind, is as much a joy as a duty. Our old friend the late Robbie ...
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  3. Category: (Art & Photography)

    ... student. But unfortunately, every time I tried to view them, Klimt’s works were elsewhere on tour. I would learn that the palace was not the intended home of these paintings and indeed, the Austrian government ...
    Created on 09 April 2015
  4. Category: (Art & Photography)

    I grew up in cold climes and always looked forward to the winter's first day of snow, when Krispy Kreme white covered everything from trees to trashcans. After that, not so much. But new snow on the first ...
    Created on 28 March 2015
  5. Category: (Art & Photography)

    ... (CAD) software that designs everything from sports stadiums to videogame characters has built a playpen for artists, architects, furniture-makers, and other creative types (even chefs) to stretch their ...
    Created on 16 February 2015
  6. Category: (Wine Country)

    ... is a fruit, namely a drupe or stone fruit. Mr. Olive around here is Don Landis who preaches the process of de-bittering olives rather than the common cure that uses toxic lye. I met Landis at an amazing ...
    Created on 06 January 2015
  7. Category: (People We've Met)

    ... Galle Face in the early 90s (I shot the above picture in 2009). Kuttan wanted to retire from his job as a waiter in 1980, but the hotel insisted that he stay and put him up front, where he stood ever ...
    Created on 19 November 2014
  8. Category: (Wine Country)

    ... a wine crushing plant and onto a dirt road. I faced a sign saying “No Trespassing.” “THAT MEANS YOU” was scrawled beneath it. Not wishing to become ventilated by a twelve-gauge shotgun, I turned around ...
    Created on 30 October 2014
  9. Category: (Art & Photography)

    ... of this part of India that has been touched by so many traders and travelers over the ages. Abandoned Spice Warehouse, Kochi, India - Photo: Russell Johnson The port of Kochi was an important ...
    Created on 11 September 2014
  10. Category: (South/Central America)

    ... goat. I am at 12,500 feet aiming for 13,000 and despite a prophylactic chaw of cocoa leaf presented to me at a welcoming ceremony, my lungs beg for oxygen. I have just disembarked a boat that had taken ...
    Created on 26 August 2014
  11. Category: (South/Central America)

    In the second installment of our Peru video series, we take you from sunrise on the Tambopata River in the Amazon Basin, to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, to Machu Picchu, Cusco, then across the Andes ...
    Created on 13 August 2014
  12. Category: (South/Central America)

    ... but for those of you who lack the computer (or TV) and bandwidth to do that, it is also available in standard YouTube formats. To watch in YouTube 4K video, maximize your screen with the control on the ...
    Created on 07 August 2014
  13. Category: (Europe)

    Russ Johnson dodges trolls and other beings that stumble in the bright of night during Midsummer in Sweden's Lakes District. Visand, in Sweden's Lakes District  - Photo: Russ Johnson It is not ...
    Created on 24 June 2014
  14. Category: (Art & Photography)

    ... descended the undulating paths between the gray block stelae that stood like some alien stone city,  but nothing could prepare me for experiencing the Holocaust Memorial first-hand on-site a day later. ...
    Created on 27 April 2014
  15. Category: (Art & Photography)

      At first glance the hill looks like a bunny slope only that this one is covered in snapshots. Yes, real snapshots. 350,000 of them to be exact, a representative sampling of the over one million ...
    Created on 16 April 2014
  16. Category: (People We've Met)

    ... from 1943 to 1945. It was not only women who broke down the barriers of what was considered appropriate female work, but African-Americans also joined the massive shipbuilding effort, at a time that segregation ...
    Created on 26 March 2014
  17. Category: (Science & Technology)

    ... dollar prize to anyone who made a vehicle that could drive itself from Barstow, California to a casino near Las Vegas without any help from human beings. We were there for what became a rather zany race. ...
    Created on 13 March 2014
  18. Category: (People We've Met)

    ... graciously allowed me to photograph him. It was a time when most men still wore blue Mao suits. Nobody does that today.  ...
    Created on 28 February 2014
  19. Category: (Art & Photography)

    ... this Nyak is probably guarding his young charge. In Lao and Thai mythology, Nyaks are figures that protect temples. But this isn't where the symbolism stops in perhaps the strangest sculpture garden ...
    Created on 25 February 2014
  20. Category: (Africa/Middle East)

    ... boombox that had been playing in the background and it was time for us to learn some Berber dancing. That night our climbers remained in the refuge on Mt. Toubkal and the next day those who ...
    Created on 21 February 2014