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 TRAVEL ARTICLE - DESINNATIONS MAGAZINE

TRAVEL ARTICLE - DESINNATIONS MAGAZINE

LA DOLCE VIDA - THE AMALFI COAST

In the salty Mediterranean Sea, everything floats. With the scorching August heat showing no mercy, it was time to test this theory. I vacated my cushy lounge chair, kicked off my flip-flops, gingerly navigated the mossy metal staircase anchored to the platform of our floating "beach" took a a deep breath, and plugned deep into the turquiose water.

 

 Travel Article - Destinations Magazine

Travel Article - Destinations Magazine

TOUJOURS PARIS

A Silicon Valley family savors the City of Light. Ah, the allure of Paris! While I subscribe to the popular sentiment that “Paris is always a good idea" and have visited the romantic city with my husband on more than one special occasion, our three children, whom we have traveled with to 22 countries, including remote destinations like Patagonia and Fiji had never been to Paris.  

 Feature  Article - Gentry

Feature  Article - Gentry

HARVEST GARDEN

Home grown in Hillsborough. This beautiful harvest garden produces more than Just veggies.  The plot was picked and while it was wild with weeds, it had potential. It received full sun and was discreetly tucked away on a tree-lined street near Hillsborough's town hall.


 Travel ARticle - Destinations Magazine 

Travel ARticle - Destinations Magazine 

ADVENTURE DOWN UNDER

Carolyn Miller McCusker is a Bay Area-based storyteller, blogger, and photographer. Her blog, A Well Traveled Life (www.awelltraveledlife.com), features her personal perspective, stories, and photos of far-flung destinations. Here, she shares tips on a solo trip to Melbourne, Australia. 

 Travel Artcle - Gentry Magazine                            

Travel Artcle - Gentry Magazine                            

AUSTRIAN ADVENTURE

A Bay Area family of five heads to Vienna in search of history, fun, and the perfect pastry.  My husband and I began traveling with our children when they were toddlers. Despite the long security lines, the weekend US dollar, and the no-frills flights, we have braved three continents and several U.S. cities. 


AWARDS

                                                        Winner - Tiny Atlas Quarterly    
  
   
  
    
  
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                                                       Winner - Tiny Atlas Quarterly

This month my photo of Los Glaciares National Park in Patagonia, Argentina, was selected as a winner in Tiny Atlas Quarterly's first #mytinyatlasclimate photo contest that included images from around the world that share the photographer's perspective on the theme "A Planet You Want to Protect." I was honored to be part of an event where 100% of the proceeds from the Climate Benefit Show in San Francisco were donated to non-profit organizations sounding the alarm on climate change, working with communities at risk as well as directly assisting people in need of immediate relief. 

I selected this photo of the Perito Moreno Glacier, the centerpiece of Los Glaciares National Park because to me it is an incredible example of Nature’s work of art that words cannot adequately describe. That December day when my husband, three children and I were in the presence of this great glacier; I felt this intense responsibility to protect and preserve it for future generations. To breathe deep, take it all in, and never forget. This planet is a gift and adventures like this remind me that we all need to act responsibly.