1. Great Smoky Mountains: Crown Jewel of the Appalachians

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    from Mill Creek Entertainment Added 0 0 0

    A park that today covers over 500,000 acres of breath-taking beauty: lush highland meadows, glorious waterfalls, pristine mountain streams, the highest mountain tops in the Appalachians, the largest stands of old-growth forest in the eastern United States. Great Smoky Mountain National Park rests in the geographic province known as the Blue Ridge Mountains, named for their distinctive blue appearance when seen from a distance. The park covers over 500,000 acres of breath-taking beauty, filled with lush highland meadows, glorious waterfalls, pristine mountain streams, the highest mountain tops in the Appalachians, and to crown it all, it encompasses one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the world. Discover the mystery and wonder of the Blue Ridge Mountains through in-depth interviews with park rangers. Witness the richness and wonder in this vivid exploration of the Great Smoky Mountains as you soar over hundreds of acres of majestic beauty.

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    • RV trip US 2012

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      from Jorgen Kaarvaag Added 82 0 0

      RV trip to US 2012 with a bunch of friends. We were 5 RV's driving around the big loop out from Las Vegas. We went straight to Zion and then to Bryce, Escalante, Moab, Monument Vally, Page, Grand Canyon and then back to Las Vegas. 2 weeks in the RV.

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      • Utah * Spirit Place * Spirit Planet * Tukuhnikivatz: DOCUMENTARY PERFORMANCE (1:01:39)

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        from Maida Withers Added 1,140 3 2

        Evening-length multimedia installation and performance based on ancient and contemporary Earth consciousness. Commissioned by Lincoln Center for Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors GREAT DANCE in the BAND SHELL. Concept and Choreography: MAIDA WITHERS Music Director: BRENT MICHAEL DAVIDS Dance Construction Company Dancers on Stage VINCENT CACALANO REGINALD CRUMP JOSEPH MILLS GISELLE RUZANY SARAH SLIFER MAIDA WITHERS HELANIUS WILKINS Dancers on Video WILL MOREAU GOINS TIMOTHY HARLING CRISTY LAMB EMILY OJALA MAIDA WITHERS Spirit Figure Dancers CATHERINE CACHO MICHELLE HIGGINS ELANA LANCZI ALLEN MCDERMOTT NANCY MENAPACE HEATHER PULTZ LILY ROSS IWONKA SWENSON KARENA THEK TESHINA WILSON ALESIA YOUNG Musicians BRENT MICHAEL DAVIDS MELISSA ANGEL MARCELLA BENJAMIN WILL MOREAU GOINS DASHA HLAVENKA JOE MYERS Photographic Installation BRUCE HUCKO JENNIFER KINLOCH Visual Artists VERABEL CALL CLUFF ADAM PEIPERL Camera: JAMES BYRNE VERABEL CALL CLUFF Editor STEFANI ALTOMARE-SESE Sets and Props THOMAS B. FIOCCHI Costume Design KELLIE K. OWENS Mask Design MIZUE CROSWELL COLLEEN SCHNEIDER TURKER OZDOGAN Light Design SPENCER BROWN Stage Manager LEONARD SEMON Publicity Jo Burrows Lincoln Center Out-Of-Doors Jane S. Moss - Vice President Lincoln Center Performing Arts, Inc. Jenneth Webster - Producer Leonard de Paur - Festival Founder David Kincaid - Festival Associate Tim M. Wong - Line Producer Adam Mack - Production Manager Susan Radin - Production Manager Illese Alexander - Stage Manager Cecilia Engelheart - Stage Manager Ellen Bone - Light Director Thomas Thoon - Master Electrician John Laterza - Head Sound Engineer Al Clogston, Bridget Tierney - Crew Michelle Dent - Intern Kate Mattinglyß - Program Editor Support Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors Sponsored by Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Foundation Amtrak Northeast Direct Con Edison Hess Foundation, Inc. The Starr Foundation Amy Cohen Arkin Harkness Foundation for Dance The Rockefeller Group The Aeroflex Foundation Abraham Perlman Foundation Exxon Corporation C.L.C. Kramer Foundation Richard Weininger Foundation John and Dorothy Caples Fund Delta Airline, Inc. The Village Voice WBGO NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Council of the City of New York NY State Natural Heritage Trust New York State Council on the Arts Barn Rental Downtown Athletic Club Superior Reproduction Production Arts Lighting, Inc. Artist Contributors: New York Notes Music and Fractals Benoit B. Mandelbrot Charles Wuorinen Richard F. Voss Support Dance Construction Company Board of Directors Nancy Tartt Sunny and Hardy Redd Joe Pachak Maida and Arlen Withers John Alahouzos Paul Caffrey, GWTV KUED Television DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities Glassman Foundation Geraldine Lenvin At the Canyon’s Edge Bruce Hucko Canyonlands Field Institute Craig Law Becky Knouff Cristy Powell Tony Anderson NASA USDA Forest Service US Department of Interior Andrew and Bonita Cacho Yordanos Baharu Adam Peiperl's Kaleidoscope images by permission of Prime Lens Productions Inc. from the video of Barbara Mitchell’s Spectrasphere Tukuhnikivatz was produced, in part, during a residency at The George Washington University Department of Theatre and Dance with support from the Office of Sponsored Research, Summer and Experimental Programs, and GW Television. Tukuhnikivatz (Ute: Tukuhni-kivatz) is a name given by the Ute Nation to a perfectly pointed mountain in southeastern Utah, a future gathering place of the ancients. Maida Withers - Stage Work Copyright (c) 1996 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Brent Michael Daivds - Music Copyright (c) 1996 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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        • Climate Change and the Future of the National Park Service

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          Jonathan Jarvis, Director of the National Park Service, discusses how climate change is manifesting itself in our national parks and details the strategy that has been set in motion to help America’s most treasured landscapes adapt and mitigate.

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          • Panama & Costa Rica

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            Reisefilm über Panama City, Panama Kanal und verschiedene Besuche in Nationalparks von Costa Rica. Travel documentary movie showing Panama City, Panama Canal and several visits in Costa Rica's National Parks.

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            • BearPodcast 524 - Dickmatized, Smallest Penis Pageant

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              from Nard P Added 445 2 0

              Visit us at http://bearpodcast.com Hosts: Nard and Ray Ray had a pool party. Nard talked about drones at national parks. Tim Burton’s Batman turns 25 years old. We talked about Brooklyn’s Smallest Penis Pageant. Listen to the show on Stitcher Radio, Pride Player on the Roku Player, and on Bear Radio Network! E-mail: show (at) bearpodcast.com Call our voicemail line at 206-222-BEAR

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              • Ten Tips for Homeschool Travel: From Staycations to the U.S. National Parks

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                from LEMILOE Publishing Added 62 0 0

                Melanie Hexter, author of Winning with Literature: U.S. National Parks Unit Study, leads a discussion on homeschool travel. "Ten Tips for Homeschool Travel: From Staycations to the U.S. National Parks" includes field trips (local with family and friends), family travel out of town, and those ultimate destinations, the U.S. National Parks. She'll even give several ideas for making the long drive tolerable with your children!

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                • Protected Area Lecture from Turkey

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                  from Sean Anderson Added 240 2 0

                  This impromptu lecture from a Turkish village bordering Armenia is in both Turkish and English.

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                  • EVERGREEN

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                    from James Klapper Added

                    A feature documentary that explores the beautiful Washington State. We invite viewers on an epic journey through three national parks and one volcanic monument. Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens, Olympic, and the North Cascades deliver some of the most breathtaking sights in the world. Music by: Derek Palmer audiojungle.net/user/palmtreep Chapter Selection: Mt. Rainier - 2:37 Mt. St. Helens - 18:51 Olympic - 23:37 North Cascades - 42:26

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                    • NATIONAL PARKS: Yosemite (Summer, 2014)

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                      from Vincent de Ghoulie Added 50 0 0

                      After a disaster road trip to the Pacific Northwest with a miserable co-pilot, I found myself riding back home to Los Angeles solo. After realizing that I was not going to make it to Los Angeles in time for the much anticipated premiere for Daniel Levitch's SWINE, I decided to step aside, and take a trip to Yosemite. This is one of my many national park travelogues. It is part of an ongoing series.

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