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Laguna Beach
Images of Laguna Beach
by Deb Roskamp

eb Roskamp continues with her photographic exploration of the world's great vacation destinations . The photographs were taken in Laguna Beach, California in October of 2012. Nestled between San Diego and Los Angeles, Laguna Beach began as a small art enclave and has evolved into a world-class destination for art masterworks with its 20 coves and pristine beaches, stretching 9.1 square miles. Property photos are of Sunset Cove Villas. Ms. Roskamp's photographs are are intended to speak for themselves.




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Feedback for New Mexico

Deb, these pictures make me want to visit NM. I think they're amazing.

Tom,
Eugene, OR

Feedback for Oasis of the Seas

I hope that's not Ed in the Flowrider photo holding the hand of the attendant. I will be pulling his man card if it is. Hope you and Ed are well.

Mike,
Salt Lake City, UT

Mike - Always a pleasure to hear from you. If you look closely at a number of the photos, you will see a strange-looking man in trench coat and Borsalino, reading a newspaper. I believe that's Ed.

Deb

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I have never been on a cruise ship (on purpose) and this one looks like a city to me -- something to escape from. Anyway, where is the lap pool? Love your pics!

Pegs,
Pasadena, CA

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Beautiful pictures, as always, Deb. It reminds me of Las Vegas somehow.

Brenda,
Richland, WA

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Hi Debbie,Your images are fabulous! What an experience of this amazing "city" on water you have captured for viewers to enjoy! Cruise ships can be boring, as I have experienced...but this one is chock full of things to do. Your emphasis is on the delightful activities and not on the food one can consume! Thanks Deb!

Yoka,
Westlake Village, CA

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What fun! It's hard to imagine that this amazing piece of architecture and engineering floats all over the world. I want to be on one of these babies when the great flood decides to make a comeback. Your pictures are amazing. Lots of movement, lots of interplay of light and shadow. You did a fine job Debbie. Wish there were more.

Josh,
Omaha, NE

As always, I love your eye for beauty. In your Guadalajara article you capture the people. In your Tahiti pictures, it is the scenic beauty that mesmerized me. I love especially the tranquil silhouettes with their mirror images. Where can I get a good deal to visit the place? Simply beautiful! Send us more!

Robert,
South Pasadena, CA

Okay, I’m going to Guadalajara. It looks like a destination that Mexican tourists go to. Amazing shots. Of course, I’m a sucker for kids.

Beverly Milton
Boise, ID

Deb,

You certainly have an eye for photography. Sometimes we stay in a place too long to appreciate the beauty that surrounds us. Your photos show a visitor appreciating not only the sculptures but the intermingling of the people around it. I believe sculptures were meant to be experienced and I'm glad the Guadalajara government opened this interaction instead of relegating these pieces in a stuffy museum.

Would love to see more of your work.

Peter Paul,
South Pasadena, CA

Seeing kids playing on art: that's amazing. It's what art and travel are all about. Thanks for capturing some pretty striking images. These should be in a book.

Paul Lucas
Vancouver, BC

The images are magnificent; I have only been to Mexico on two occasions and would love to discover more of it. I’ll have to add Guadalajara to my long list of places to visit.

Morgan, NY


Ed Boitano's travel blog/review
Eugene Chaplin Introduces Chaplin's World Museum in Vevey, Switzerland

Charlie Chaplin and the Chaplin Museum
Lake Geneva/ Matterhorn Region and Switzerland Tourism recently blew into Los Angeles with the most esteemed guest, Eugene Chaplin. A man of remarkable lineage, he is the fifth child of Oona O'Neill and Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin, the grandson of playwright Eugene O'Neill, the brother of Geraldine Chaplin and father of actress/model Kiera Chaplin.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Treasures of Ireland: The Burren (Dispatch #14)

a dolmen at The Burren

The Palladian Traveler ventures back to the days of fearless Celtic warriors to search for some "stones to take you home" as he files his latest dispatch from the monochromatic moonscape known as The Burren.

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Eric Anderson's travel blog/review
Provence: As Much a Mood, a Spirit as a Destination

Christmas card
"On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" goes the song. Robert Goulet sang it and Barbra Streisand and Johnny Mathis, too, and it surely comes to mind when you stand on a bluff in the Luberon of Provence and stare across at the little hill village of Gordes. The view is the best part; the village's interior itself is not dramatic and stands as a warning of what contemporary popularity can do to the simple homes of 12th century working people.

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Fyllis Hockman's travel blog/review
Exploring Venice: Lost and Found. And Special Finds. Repeat.

Venice street musicians
Walking home to our apartment in Venice, we share a wave through the window with the owner of Baba, our local osteria. Leaving for a day of sightseeing, a cup of my favorite pistachio gelato awaits me despite the early hour. At the Bar Dugole, we relax after a day of sightseeing and order the regular: vodka for my husband and Amaretto for me.

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Greg Aragon's travel blog/review
Traveling with Beautiful Boots and a Bison Backpack

Bison Redwood Backpack

People often asked about my favorite travel apparel and gear. This happened to me at the airport recently. One question came as I was putting back on my clothes after going through the TSA checkpoint striptease. Before leaving the area, I heard a soft voice say, "hey, I really like your boots. Where did you get them?" Looking up, I found a uniformed employee staring at my feet.

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Bev Cohn's travel blog
Film Review: "My Hero Brother" – A Tribute to the Human Spirit

a scene from the documentary 'My Hero Brother'

I just spent five days attending the Santa Barbara Film Festival and for the most part, the features, animated shorts, and documentaries were quite professional and compelling. That said, "My Hero Brother," a documentary that was particularly outstanding, told the remarkable and inspiring story about a group of Down syndrome young men and women who go on a two-week trek through the Himalayas with their non-Down syndrome siblings.

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