Getaways

  By Larry Olmsted The travel industry is slowly starting to show signs of life and is reopening, piece by piece all around the world, including America’s beloved National Parks, which will be this summer’s hottest road trip destinations. But when I saw that the Florida Keys were reopening, it

By Ann Abel The siren call of a private beach has always been all but irresistible, but this year it’s stronger than ever. While it’s still too soon to jet off to paradise right away, many travelers are already planning their autumn and winter vacations. It’s no surprise that secluded

By Everett Potter Tourism is the lifeblood of the Caribbean but the coronavirus pandemic has sealed off the region and it remains off-limits to travelers. The good news is that lockdown in the islands has resulted in relatively few cases of COVID-19. “The Caribbean islands reacted early and swiftly to

Story & photos by Paul Clemence As Switzerland begins to open up from quarantine, locals in Zürich have a cool urban option to both enjoy the Spring weather and yet keep up the still ongoing preventive social distancing guidelines. Located in the Oerlikon district at the Zurich-Nord part of town

By Ann Abel The discussion of a“Portuguese miracle” may have been too much, but now that Europe is tentatively emerging from the first wave of the coronavirus, it’s clear that the country performed well. Although Portugal hit pause during the same week as much of the world, it was early

Deborah Loeb Bohren took these shots of Miami Beach’s iconic lifeguard stations. They will still be there — and occupied — when better days come along.                 Deborah Loeb Bohren is a fine art and travel photographer. Photography has been Deb’s passion since her

  By Larry Olmsted “When we travel again, having had time to think about how much we miss traveling and exploring, will we do anything differently? Will we make better use of our time investment by ensuring that our travels have a defined goal in mind?” I sure hope so.

In 2017, photographer Colleen Duffley traveled to the Democratic Republic of the Congo to run seven marathons in seven days along the shores of Lake Kivu to raise awareness and funds for female coffee farmers, farming families and cooperatives working toward gender equality in the region. She returned with these

Story & photos by Paul Clemence This week, Brasília, the modernistic capital of Brazil, celebrates its 60th anniversary. The city is the result of a dream by three very ambitious men: Juscelino Kubitchek, then the country’s president, Lucio Costa, the urbanist, and Oscar Niemeyer, the architect. Today, while some of

No words, just telling images courtesy of photographer Deborah Loeb Bohren.                               Deborah Loeb Bohren is a fine art and travel photographer. Photography has been Deb’s passion since her father put a camera in her hand when