Mount Lee, Los Angeles

Los Angeles from Mount Lee

featuring Lee Ritenour's "Can You Feel It?"
Mount Lee, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, the second-largest city in the United States, has been the worldwide capital of film production since the early 1900s. One-sixth of the city’s 3.8 million people work in the arts. This eScapes video takes you to the hills … Continue reading


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Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

featuring Alexander Zonjic's "Amazing Grace"
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

Established as the first National Lakeshore in 1966, the beautiful Lake Superior coast at Pictured Rocks was adopted by the National Park System as an answer to increased private ownership of the Great Lakes coastlines. Though the Lakeshore is home … Continue reading


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Indianapolis at Night

featuring Larry Carlton's "Roll With It"
Indianapolis, Indiana at Night

After the sun sets, downtown Indianapolis has an exciting nightlife before a backdrop of beautifully-lit buildings and monuments. This eScapes video begins at the city’s Artsgarden, a free venue for art exhibits and performances. Other sights in this video include … Continue reading


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Minnehaha Falls, Minnesota

featuring Alexander Zonjic's "Britters"
Minnehaha Falls, Minnesota

Minnesota’s Minnehaha Park is such a beautiful and relaxing setting, you’d never guess it was right in the middle of one of the United States’ largest metropolitan areas, unless you spotted the cars passing behind the treeline. Nestled in the … Continue reading


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Shanghai, China (Riverfront at Day)

featuring Bob James' "The Magic Paintbrush"
Shanghai, China (Huangpu Riverfront)

Old and new come together along Shanghai’s Huangpu Riverfront. The Bund, a historic district with a limit on building heights, sits opposite the Pudong district, full of towering skyscrapers and commercial development. These skyscrapers are symbolic of Shanghai’s modern economic … Continue reading


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Dana Point, California

featuring Chuck Loeb's "Hangin' With You"
Dana Point, California

Dana Point is a California city known for its miles of beaches. A relatively new city, it was first settled in the early 1900s and not incorporated as its own city within Orange County until 1989. Dana Point is named … Continue reading


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Las Vegas Strip

featuring Walter Beasley's "Expressway"
Las Vegas Strip

Known today as one of the world’s major resort and gambling cities, Las Vegas has long specialized in offering adult entertainment. For much of Vegas’s early history as a railroad boomtown, gambling (and alcohol, under Prohibition) was illegal in the … Continue reading


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Zion National Park

featuring Tim Bowman's "Heart and Soul"
Zion National Park, Utah

Zion National Park, the largest of Utah’s five national parks, was once largely covered with a shallow sea. Sediments from this sea cemented into limestone, mudstones, and sandstones that can now be seen everywhere in what is now a desert … Continue reading


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Santa Fe Desert

featuring Jim Brickman's "Crossroads"
Santa Fe desert

Santa Fe is a busy historical and cultural center, as well the center of New Mexico’s state government. A tourist-friendly city with a progressive attitude, Santa Fe embraces modernity. However, just outside the city, a timeless desert landscape reminds visitors … Continue reading


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Los Angeles City Hall

featuring Brian Culbertson's "Forbidden Love"
Los Angeles City Hall

In a city where skyscrapers are taken for granted, Los Angeles City Hall still manages to turn heads. This seat of L.A. city government was the city’s tallest building for forty years, as new constructions were limited by building codes … Continue reading


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