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Joan Larsen’s Glimpse of Paradise: Spending Christmas in Antarctica

December 20, 2017


By Joan Larsen At this season, as another Christmas draws near, we find there are moments when we look back — back at a lifetime of memories of Christmas past . . . many times wishing they could be the simpler times we once had   I speak for all of us, longing – I […]

Joan Larsen’s Special Places: A Floating World – Breathtaking Images of Antarctica’s Summer

November 9, 2016


By Joan Larsen I believe I speak for all of us on this planet when I say that – for far too long – we have been stirred daily with a world in turmoil.  .  . a situation not likely to end anytime soon.  We are not the carefree people we once were.  .  . […]

Joan Larsen’s Travel: A Floating World – Breathtaking Images of Antarctica’s Summer

March 18, 2015


By Joan Larsen The waves of the world’s Southern Ocean had turned into a rare mirror-like calm as our ship glided into Antarctic waters. The passengers, strangers still, were out on the decks or bridge, watching the first icebergs stand tall on the horizon – looking like city skyscrapers that had mysteriously lost their way. […]

Joan Larsen Presents: Unbelievable Spycam Videos – Catching the Private Lives of Penguins

January 29, 2014


By Joan Larsen Hidden cameras – cameras disguised as snowballs, bird eggs, snowpiles, mechanical life size penguins – can be found “hanging out” in an up-close-and-very-personal way in Antarctica’s penguin colonies – their little camera eyes filming the cute, funny, and especially poignant behavior  of the little guys.  The resulting special programs and small videos […]