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Tricia Pearsall

The allure of Greenland proves irresistible to Tricia Pearsall, who returns again and again to this land of immense beauty. Here, dancing night sky meets glacier, and precipices of ice provide a thrill ride like no other. more

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Myanmar lifts the curtain on the Golden Land of Burma. more

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Machu Picchu is magical, but there is more to do in Peru’s majestic mountain chain—namely, make the Ausangate Trek, up and around one of South America’s highest peaks, where you can see glaciers, alpaca herds and the indigenous Quechua people. more

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Tricia Pearsall

Boquete, in western Panama, is a mountain oasis—laid-back and full of flowers, exotic birds, raging rivers and adventure. more

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Exploring the world’s largest salt flat, Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni, and its vast expanse of white. Starkly beautiful, it is a landscape that is simultaneously inhospitable and undeniably alluring. more

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Tricia Pearsall takes us on a journey to Hungry Mother State Park in Smyth County, one of Virginia's six original state parks. more

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In post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan, land of mammoth mountains, nomads, yurts and fermented mare's milk, Tricia Pearsall finds all the hospitality and warmth she could ask for. more

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The state of Rajasthan, India, is filled with history, legends and architectural opulence. more

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Walking the Wicklow Way, against the elements, toward Ireland’s capital. more

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High Brige Trail State Park

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With the completion of the High Bridge Trail State Park, a promise has been fulfilled. more

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Eaglemania

By Lynda Richardson

Photography exhibition of bald eagles on the James River more

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Blissful Batteau

Mason Basten, courtesy of Scenic Virginia

Time to celebrate Virginia’s Scenic Rivers more than ever! more

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With a conceptual plan in place, The James River Heritage Trail moves one step closer to reality. more

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Tricia Pearsall joined the nomads of Mongolia as they crossed the Kharkhiraa Mountains. more

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On the gold mine trail at Lake Anna State Park. more

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Tricia Pearsall and her dog go looking for the last gasp of summer on the James River, but find a winter warning instead. more

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A trek through Wadi Rum makes clear why T.E. Lawrence was captivated by the vast desert valley. more

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Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Tricia Pearsall

The first sitting head of state to speak at the Richmond Forum - the "Iron Lady" of Africa, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf - did not disappoint the sold-out crowd at the Landmark Theatre. more

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The Liberian Jamestown - Feature

Alex Bostic

Virginia and Liberia have been inextricably tied for almost 200 years. Blacks from Virginia helped to build and lead the colony that became Liberia. more

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Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula, at the eastern edge of Siberia, is home to 160 volcanoes, at least 30 of them active. This is our Earth at its most raw—bubbling, violent and utterly mesmerizing. more

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