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  • Turn into Page, Arizona for Spectacular Canyon Views Turn into Page, Arizona for Spectacular Canyon Views

    The last stop on our National Parks road trip is Page, Arizona, where we wanted to visit a few well-known attractions — Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon and Lake Powell/the Glen Canyon Dam. These three spots are national treasures and are must-see l

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  • Run (Like Forrest Gump), Don’t Walk to Monument Valley Run (Like Forrest Gump), Don't Walk to Monument Valley

    If you’ve seen ever watched Forrest Gump, there’s a scene where he takes a run all by himself. That moment is set in

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  • Bryce Park: The Hikes Are on Trails, Not in Tourist Fees Bryce Park: The Hikes Are on Trails, Not in Tourist Fees

    After two days in Zion, we were off to neighboring Bryce National Park. We had to leave Zion for Bryce early because the weather was forecasting snow. We needed to arrive ahead of the storm to avoid possible traffic, and we did. The drive from Zion t

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  • Zion National Park: A Tale That’s All About the Trails Zion National Park: A Tale That's All About the Trails

    I have always wanted to explore Southwest Utah and Arizona’s National Parks but never had the chance. Living in LA, it’s oddly difficult to convince friends to drive anywhere north of Las Vegas. Finally I was able to drag my friend John – a Nat

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  • Luxembourg: Sometimes Wishes Come True Luxembourg: Sometimes Wishes Come True

    Ask any of your friends where Luxembourg is on the map and chances are they'd probably ask, "What's Luxembourg? Where is that, anyway?" Little is known about this tiny country roughly the size of Rhode Island, but it is one of the three official capi

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  • The Los Angeles Zoo: Where the Wild Things Are The Los Angeles Zoo: Where the Wild Things Are

    I am dating myself here ... but have you ever seen the opening of the classic sitcom Three's Company with John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt, Suzanne Somers and her replacement, Priscilla Barnes? Remember Jack Tripper falling into the LA Zoo

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  • LA’s Subway Offers Beauty in the Belly of the Beast LA's Subway Offers Beauty in the Belly of the Beast

    A few years back, a client asked me to photograph the Hollywood and Highland Avenue subway station for publication in her coffee table book. I thought she was losing her mind there for a minute. To be honest, I have never been. Most Los Angelenos hav

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  • Is Edwin in over His Head at Deep Creek? Is Edwin in over His Head at Deep Creek?

    One of my male model friends, Ryan, is an adventure seeker and always looking for new things to do and explore, so I asked if he's ever been to the hot springs in the desert outside of LA. He said he had been there and but wants to do it again, the

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  • “Super Bloom” Rocks At Joshua Tree National Park

    For the past five years, California has been suffering from a drought. But over the past few months, we've had tremendous amount of rain, which has led in turn to something that's been dubbed the "Super Bloom." There are sections of California's dese

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  • Mo’orea Means More of What You Love about Hawaii Mo'orea Means More of What You Love about Hawaii

    I love Oahu. I just wish there weren't so many tourists stumbling around the beaches — or that the high-rise hotels didn't obliterate the mountains and that there wasn't a souvenir shop on every corner. If you feel the same, head right on to Mo'ore

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