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amy gigi alexander

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  1. amy gigi alexander added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @gran_tourismo thank you for your comments. I'm afraid I'm too busy to return to the thread, so I can't engage in a debate of what travel writing is and my statement of commercialism/marketing of…
  2. amy gigi alexander added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @ElaineAxten well done.
  3. amy gigi alexander added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @gran_tourismo thank you.
  4. amy gigi alexander added an article In Conversation with Elizabeth Enslin
  5. amy gigi alexander added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    Thanks to everyone for participating. This truly was a meeting of the minds. Looking forward to following everyone's work, books, websites, and journeys. Thanks to Matthew Barker for helping to put th…
  6. amy gigi alexander added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @DeltaWillis I'm definitely not saying we don't want to use maps. In your examples above, maps as we use them make perfect sense. I'm only bringing up that we need to be open to new ways of seein…
  7. amy gigi alexander added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @Renegade_Image Ohhhh I love this! Anyone know of orgs in Canada? We have a request asking. 
  8. amy gigi alexander added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @MastaBaba Looked at it: yes, thanks for the link. That's a very different way of photographing or recording: that is based on computer glitches, or ?
  9. amy gigi alexander added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @BobbySeal1 That's the old fashioned "others" and me thing. Yes, tiresome.
  10. amy gigi alexander added a comment on The Art of Exploring: Flânerie in an Age of Mass Tourism
    @DeltaWillis That's interesting, Delta. Why wouldn't  "real explorer" throw the map away? Isn't part of exploring creating a new map or set of points? And if it isn't, wouldn't that be an ex…