Columbia River Moonrise

Columbia River Gorge Moonrise

featuring John Tesh's "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight"
Columbia River Moonrise

To mark today’s Lunar New Year, eScapes brings you a peaceful “moonrise” over the tranquil Columbia River. The actual moonrise on a Lunar New Year isn’t quite as dramatic– the Lunar New Year always falls on the new moon. The … Continue reading


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Little Sable Point Lighthouse

featuring John Tesh's "Lady In Red"
Little Point Sable Lighthouse

Little Sable Point Lighthouse on Lake Michigan was first lit in 1874 and is one of Michigan’s most picturesque lighthouses. Not only is the lighthouse itself striking with its natural brick exterior, but the surrounding natural setting is beautiful as … Continue reading


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Brandywine Falls

featuring Jim Brickman's "Crossroads"
Brandywine Falls, Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Even though Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio has no shortage of natural beauty, it’s no wonder why Brandywine Falls remains one of its most popular sights. This 60-foot waterfall is not only beautiful, but educational for budding geologists who … Continue reading


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Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse

featuring Ryan Fontanilla's "Son of Perdition"
Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse, Michigan

Seul Choix Pointe Lighthouse, just south of Gulliver, Michigan on the north shore of Lake Michigan, has aided navigation on the lakes since 1892. Nearby Seul Choix Bay gets its name from the French for “only choice,” since early French … Continue reading


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New Dungeness Lighthouse

featuring Acoustic Alchemy's "Caravan of Dreams"
New Dungeness Lighthouse, Washington

The New Dungeness Lighthouse has continuously watched over the Strait of Juan de Fuca at Sequim, Washington since it was first lit in 1857. Though the light is now fully automated, volunteer lighthouse keepers from the New Dungeness Lighthouse Association … Continue reading


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Lake Tahoe

featuring Acoustic Alchemy's "Catalina Kiss"
Lake Tahoe

Sitting on the border of California and Nevada, the two-million-year-old Lake Tahoe has been recognized for its beauty since before the country’s westward expansion. Early pioneers, like the Indians at the site before them, were impressed by the calming lake … Continue reading


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Arthur M. Anderson (Duluth-Superior Harbor)

featuring Bahman Anvari's "Monir"
Arthur M. Anderson

The steamship Arthur M. Anderson was built in Lorain, Ohio in 1952, alongside the Philip R. Clarke and Cason J. Callaway freighters. The Arthur M. Anderson has a unique place in Great Lakes shipping history: it is the last ship … 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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Old Mackinac Point Light

featuring Amy Lauren's "The Lost Lullaby"
Old Mackinac Point Light

During the 19th century, booming settlements around the Great Lakes effected a great increase in Great Lakes shipping. Increased ship traffic created the need for a lighthouse to guide ships through the Straits of Mackinac, connecting Lake Michigan and Lake … Continue reading


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Blue Hen Falls

featuring Jim Brickman's "Crooked River"
Blue Hen Falls

The Cuyahoga River Valley has long been a destination for outdoor recreation and the appreciation of nature. Threatened by urban sprawl, the area became a national recreation area, and later Cuyahoga Valley National Park, to ensure its protection as wilderness. … Continue reading


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