Larry Porges

Larry Porges

Former National Geographic travel editor and current editor/writer/photographer.
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Cheraw, SC / USA - April 2 2016: A statue of native son Dizzy Gillespie stands in the town green of Cheraw, SC.
Manchester, VT / USA - June 20, 2016: One of the few surviving stovetop hats worn by President Abraham Lincoln resides in Hildine, the family home of his son, Robert Lincoln, in Manchester, VT.
Redfield, SD / USA - September 25 2015: Redfield High School celebrates its homecoming with a parade. The northeast South Dakota town is dubbed the "Pheasant Capital" of the USA.
Cawker City, KS / USA - September 28, 2015: The world's largest ball of sisal twine sits proudly under a protective canopy in Cawker City, KS.
Regent, ND, USA. December, 2015. A 30-mile stretch of road in western North Dakota is dubbed “the Enchanted Highway” due to its eight oversized folk art sculptures, such as this metal grasshopper.
Cullman, AL / USA - March 30, 2016: Miniature reproductions of religious structures worldwide, created by a local monk, adorn Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.
London, England  / UK - September 29, 2010: Pomp and ceremony surround the annual election of London's Lord Mayor at Guildhall. Michael Bear was elected the city's 683rd Lord Mayor in 2010.
A Wyoming-style traffic jam blocks the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway within the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park in far northwestern Wyoming.
Bald River Falls is on Tennessee side of the Cherohala Skyway that runs across the border of Tennessee and North Carolina.
Arizona's scenic Vermillion Cliffs
Metropolis, IL / USA - December 15, 2015: A 15-foot-tell bronze statue of Superman is decked out and ready for Christmas in Metropolis, IL, official hometown of the Man of Steel.
Metropolis, IL / USA - December 15, 2015: A 15-foot-tell bronze statue of Superman is decked out and ready for Christmas in Metropolis, IL, official hometown of the Man of Steel.
Regent, ND/USA-Oct 2, 2015: A 30-mile stretch of road in west North Dakota is dubbed “the Enchanted Highway” for its eight oversized folk art sculptures, such as this metal "Pheasants on the Prairie."
Cawker City, KS / USA - September 28, 2015: The world's largest ball of sisal twine sits proudly under a protective canopy in Cawker City, KS.
Roswell, NM / USA - Nov 29 2015: Facsimile aliens at the International UFO Museum and Research Center in Roswell, NM.
Cawker City, KS / USA - September 28, 2015: The world's largest ball of sisal twine sits proudly under a protective canopy in Cawker City, KS.
Regent, ND, USA. December, 2015. A 30-mile stretch of road in western North Dakota is dubbed “the Enchanted Highway” due to its eight oversized folk art sculptures, such as this metal grasshopper.
Shelburne, VT / USA - June 22, 2015: A sailboat scuds along Lake Champlain near Shelburne Farms in Vermont.
Cullman, AL / USA - March 30, 2016: Miniature reproductions of religious structures worldwide, created by a local monk, adorn Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.
Cappadocia / Turkey - 7/18/2010: Hot air balloons soar over the landscape and ancient sandstone cave homes of Cappadocia, Turkey.
Cappadocia / Turkey - 7/18/2010: Hot air balloons soar over the landscape and ancient sandstone cave homes of Cappadocia, Turkey.
Hannibal, MO / USA - Sept 10, 2015: This statue of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn resides in Mark Twain's hometown of Hannibal, MO, on the banks of the Mississippi River.
Zillah, WA / USA: Nov 26, 2015: The Teapot Dome Service Station is a former novelty gas station in Zillah, WA.
White Sulphur Springs, WV / USA - June 6, 2016: Lee Trevino speaks to reporters at Media Day to promote the 2016 Greenbrier Classic PGA golf tournament. The event was later cancelled due to flooding.
Regent, ND, USA. December, 2015. A 30-mile stretch of road in western North Dakota is dubbed “the Enchanted Highway” due to its eight oversized folk art sculptures, such as this metal grasshopper.
Glendora, MS / USA - May 3, 2016: This is the Black Bayou Bridge, from which 14-year-old African American Emmett Till's murdered body was tossed into the Black Bayou in August, 1955.
Cullman, AL / USA - March 30, 2016: Miniature reproductions of religious structures worldwide, created by a local monk, adorn Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.
Cawker City, KS / USA - September 28, 2015: The world's largest ball of sisal twine sits proudly under a protective canopy in Cawker City, KS.
Hannibal, MO / USA - Sept 10, 2015: This statue of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn resides in Mark Twain's hometown of Hannibal, MO, on the banks of the Mississippi River.
Regent, ND / USA - Oct 2, 2015: A 30-mile stretch of road in western North Dakota is dubbed “the Enchanted Highway” due to its eight oversized folk art sculptures, such as this metal grasshopper.
Casey, IL / USA - May 6, 2015: This huge rocking chair (the world’s largest at 56.5 feet/46,200 pounds) can be found in Casey, IL.
The view from the 1958 lighthouse on Oak Island, one of North Carolina's Brunswick Islands. The Brunswick Islands are a series of barrier islands on the Atlantic Ocean.
The view from the 1958 lighthouse on Oak Island, one of North Carolina's Brunswick Islands. The Brunswick Islands are a series of barrier islands on the Atlantic Ocean.
Glendora, MS / USA - May 3, 2016: This is the Black Bayou Bridge, from which 14-year-old African American Emmett Till's murdered body was tossed into the Black Bayou in August, 1955.
Cullman, AL / USA - March 30, 2016: Miniature reproductions of religious structures worldwide, created by a local monk, adorn Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.
Murrells Inlet, SC / USA - April 3, 2016: Brookgreen Gardens on South Carolina's Atlantic Coast is home to numerous types of trees and plants.
Homosassa Springs State Park, FL / USA – April 1, 2015:  Pink flamingos reside at Ellie Schiller Homosassa Wildlife Springs State Park’s Wildlife Walk on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Hannibal, MO / USA - Sept 10, 2015: This statue of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn resides in Mark Twain's hometown of Hannibal, MO, on the banks of the Mississippi River.
Fountain City, WI / USA - Sept 2, 2015: In 1995, this 55-ton boulder tumbled from Eagle Bluff into the "Rock in the House." No one was injured, but the Anderson family soon moved out of the home.
Casey, IL / USA - May 6, 2015: This huge rocking chair (the world’s largest at 56.5 feet/46,200 pounds) can be found in Casey, IL.
The views from northwestern Wyoming's Chief Joseph Scenic Byway, just outside Yellowstone National Park, are spectacular.
Glendora, MS / USA - May 3, 2016: This is the Black Bayou Bridge, from which 14-year-old African American Emmett Till's murdered body was tossed into the Black Bayou in August, 1955.
Cullman, AL / USA - March 30, 2016: Miniature reproductions of religious structures worldwide, created by a local monk, adorn Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.
Cullman, AL / USA - March 30, 2016: Miniature reproductions of religious structures worldwide, created by a local monk, adorn Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.
Cullman, AL / USA - March 30, 2016: Miniature reproductions of religious structures worldwide, created by a local monk, adorn Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.
Scenic farmhouses and flowered fields line the roads in Virginia's rural Northern Neck, a peninsula on the western side of the Chesapeake Bay.
London, England / UK - September 8, 2014: One of the famous black ravens stands sentry at the Tower of London.
The Upper Falls of Mesa Falls (in Caribou-Targhee National Forest, near Ashton in eastern Idaho) tumble more than 110 feet over rocks made from ancient volcanic ash.
Mosca, CO / USA - Nov 20 2015: Alligators clamor over themselves at Colorado Gator Reptile Park in Colorado.
The Harbor River offers a scenic backdrop in in Beaufort, South Carolina.
Very Large Array, New Mexico / USA: Nov 29, 2015: The Very Large Array, a series of hugely powerful radio telescopes, scans the sky in the remote desert of western New Mexico.
Oark, AR / USA - Dec 17, 2015: Oark Historic General Store, the state's longest running store, in rural Oark, AR.
Arizona's bold and scenic Vermillion Cliffs
Bethune, SC / USA - April 1, 2016: Numerous whimsical garden statues are crafted at Bethune Pottery in Bethune, SC.
Manning Rye covered bridge crosses the Palouse River about five miles outside of the city of Colfax, Washington.
Casey, IL / USA - May 6, 2015: This huge rocking chair (the world’s largest at 56.5 feet/46,200 pounds) can be found in Casey, IL.
Tupper Lake, NY / USA: June 25, 2016: A faux spider's web "traps" children at the Wild Center, an interactive nature museum in New York's Adirondack Mountains.
Tupper Lake, NY / USA: June 25, 2016: A faux spider's web "traps" children at the Wild Center, an interactive nature museum in New York's Adirondack Mountains.
The Soda Springs geyser shoots 100 feet skyward each hour in Soda Springs, a town in southeast Idaho.
The Soda Springs geyser shoots 100 feet skyward each hour in Soda Springs, a town in southeast Idaho.
The Soda Springs geyser shoots 100 feet skyward each hour in Soda Springs, a town in southeast Idaho.
The Soda Springs geyser shoots 100 feet skyward each hour in Soda Springs, a town in southeast Idaho.
Manchester, VT / USA-June 20, 2016: The front facade of Hildine, the family home of Robert Lincoln, in Manchester, VT. Robert was the only son of President Abraham Lincoln to survive into adulthood.
Glendora, MS / USA - May 3, 2016: This is the Black Bayou Bridge, from which 14-year-old African American Emmett Till's murdered body was tossed into the Black Bayou in August, 1955.
Glendora, MS / USA - May 3, 2016: This is the Black Bayou Bridge, from which 14-year-old African American Emmett Till's murdered body was tossed into the Black Bayou in August, 1955.
Glendora, MS / USA - May 3, 2016: This is the Black Bayou Bridge, from which 14-year-old African American Emmett Till's murdered body was tossed into the Black Bayou in August, 1955.
Murphy, NC / USA - May 15, 2016: Fields of the Woods, outside Murphy, NC, includes a baptismal pool and an oversized version of the Ten Commandments among its numerous religious attractions.
Cullman, AL / USA - March 30, 2016: Miniature reproductions of religious structures worldwide, created by a local monk, adorn Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.
Cullman, AL / USA - March 30, 2016: Miniature reproductions of religious structures worldwide, created by a local monk, adorn Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.
The sun, sea, and the boat's wake form an ethereal backdrop during a whale watching tour in the Atlantic Ocean near Bar Harbor, Maine.
London, England  / UK - September 29, 2010: Pomp and ceremony surround the annual election of London's Lord Mayor at Guildhall. Michael Bear was elected the city's 683rd Lord Mayor in 2010.
London, England  / UK - September 29, 2010: Pomp and ceremony surround the annual election of London's Lord Mayor at Guildhall. Michael Bear was elected the city's 683rd Lord Mayor in 2010.
London, England / UK - Dec 11, 2016: Match day on Fulham Road and at Stamford Bridge before Chelsea FC defeat West Bromwich Albion 1-0.
London, England / UK - Dec 11, 2016: Match day on Fulham Road and at Stamford Bridge before Chelsea FC defeat West Bromwich Albion 1-0.
Wild Burmese chickens, including the vibrantly colorful roosters, inhabit the streets and lots of the city of Fitzgerald, Georgia.
Winter Harbor, ME / USA - August 17, 2015: The small church of St. Christopher's by the Sea in the Schoodic Peninsula town of Winter Harbor contains three Tiffany stained-glass windows.
Thermopolis, WY / USA - Oct 7, 2015:  Some of the 300+ petroglyph figures at Wyoming's Legend Rock Petroglyph Site. Native Americans have been creating petroglyphs here for thousands of years.
Bald River Falls is on Tennessee side of the Cherohala Skyway that runs across the border of Tennessee and North Carolina.
Berry Glen, CA / USA - November 3, 2015: A herd of wild elk roam a green grassy field in northern California neighborhood just outside Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park.
Boats bob in the scenic bay of Winter Harbor, a coastal town on Maine's Schoodic Peninsula.
Canon from the famous Civil War battle still guard the grounds at Shiloh National Military Park in Tennessee.
Brookfield, CT / USA - June 13, 2016: A craftsperson fire blows a glass bead at the Brookfield Craft Center in Connecticut.
Redfield, SD / USA - September 25 2015: Redfield High School celebrates its homecoming with a parade. The northeast South Dakota town is dubbed the "Pheasant Capital" of the USA.
Elysburg, PA / USA  - June 22, 2016: The huge, stream-fed Crystal Pool at Knoebels Amusement Park has been drawing families for summertime fun since 1926.
Goldfield, NV / USA - November 13, 2015: The National Junk Car Forest, a self-proclaimed "artists playground," is located in remote Goldfield, NV.
Goldfield, NV / USA - November 13, 2015: The National Junk Car Forest, a self-proclaimed "artists playground," is located in remote Goldfield, NV.
Goldfield, NV / USA - November 13, 2015: The National Junk Car Forest, a self-proclaimed "artists playground," is located in remote Goldfield, NV.
Clusters of wine grapes hang on vines near the city of Prosser in south-central Washington State.
Crescent City, CA / USA - Nov 2, 2015: Battery Point Lighthouse in Crescent City, CA, is perched on a peninsula that becomes an island when the tide is in.
Murrells Inlet, SC / USA - April 3, 2016: Brookgreen Gardens on South Carolina's Atlantic Coast is home to numerous types of trees and plants.
Homosassa Springs State Park, FL / USA – April 1, 2015:  Alligators reside at Ellie Schiller Homosassa Wildlife Springs State Park’s Wildlife Walk, on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
Chimney Rock, NE/USA  - September  28, 2015:   Chimney Rock rises 325 feet from the Midwest plain in western Nebraska.
Audubon, IA / USA - September 17 2015: Albert the Bull, made of concrete and the world's largest bull,  was erected in 1964 to honor the local Iowa cattle industry.
Monument Valley, AZ/USA – November 15 2016: Sandstone rock spires and buttes rise from the desert scrub at Monument Valley on Navajo land on the border of Arizona and Utah.
Hawk Mountain, PA/USA - May 15, 2016: A young man stands atop Hawk Mountain under blue sky in central Pennsylvania.
Adamsville, TN / USA - May 4, 2016: The home of Sheriff Buford Pusser, famous as the central figure in the "Walking Tall" films. Pusser's home is now a museum.
Adamsville, TN / USA - May 4, 2016: The home of Sheriff Buford Pusser, famous as the central figure in the "Walking Tall" films. Pusser's home is now a museum.
Adamsville, TN / USA - May 4, 2016: The home of Sheriff Buford Pusser, famous as the central figure in the "Walking Tall" films. Pusser's home is now a museum.
Arizona's scenic Vermillion Cliffs
Arizona's scenic Vermillion Cliffs
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