Meanderings is a new quarterly travel photography magazine. Each issue of Meanderings features photographs and background information from places we have recently visited.
Meanderings was initially developed as a gift for higher-level Patrons to thank them for their ongoing support. At the request of viewers and readers we made Meanderings available for purchase as well.
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2019 Issues of Meanderings
Issue 3 – October 2019
This issue includes photos from western Colorado and southern Utah. The western Colorado section features Colorado National Monument, Rabbit Valley Wilderness Area, and Trail Through Time. The southern Utah section features Moab, Parowan Gap Petroglyphs and Dinosaur Tracks, and Dixie National Forest.
In addition to the photos, this issue also includes a special short fiction story by Debra Dickinson. A Race Against Time chronicles the adventures of preservationist Pamela White as she works to conserve historical treasures for future generations.
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ISSUE 2 – August 2019
This issue includes focuses on the northwestern U.S. Oregon is the featured location, while Montana and Wyoming are also included.
Issue 2 also introduces a new feature with an original nomad-themed short story from Debra Dickinson. Debra is the author of two books, and is currently working on a third.
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Issue 1 – April 2019
The inaugural issue of Meanderings includes the wildflower super bloom at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in California, South Dakota (Badlands National Park, Buffalo Gap National Grassland, and Custer State Park), desert wildlife, mountain beauty (Colorado and Wyoming), and views from the southwest desert.
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