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Unbelievable Masterpieces of Photographic Art

April 11th, 2011 • by Sandy Zimmerman

By Sandy Zimmerman  

(COVER and All Photographs in this article by the William Carr Gallery)

While walking around the Planet Hollywood Hotel waiting to review one of their shows, I noticed one of the most magnificent galleries.

The gallery was amazing, it was the William Carr Gallery and I interviewed the amazing William Carr, the amazing photographer, artist, or whatever you want to call him.

Sandy:  “How would you describe yourself, photographic artist or master of the arts?”

William:  “I am really known as William Carr Modern Master of Photography. My wife and I have been traveling around the world for many years collecting poignant imagery for display in this gallery.”

Sandy:  “But the photographic art is unique, they are not like any other paintings or photography and the detail is just amazing.”

William:  “Yes, the detail is amazing, I shoot with a high resolution, high definition camera with a tremendous amount of intonation built into each image so when you blow them up they have incredible detail.

The color gamut is extremely wide, so the colors have a tendency to pop out.”

Sandy:  “You see the leaves around the branches, the little lines in a house, it is just amazing. I keep saying that, but it is amazing.

William: “The people come here from all over the world and they recognize many of the areas that we photographed- Europe, Germany, France, Austria, Japan, Hong Kong, China, and Singapore as well as in the United States.

Bringing back all of that incredible imagery for people to have in a sense a new window in the world of life.”

Discover the Ultimate is honoring William Carr for bringing his travels to life.  Anyone who is seeking Las Vegas attractions, unique photographic galleries, places to go, and unique photography will want to experience his work.

Casa Cody-Untouched by Time

January 16th, 2011 • by Sandy Zimmerman

“Casa Cody- Untouched by Time!”

By Sandy Zimmerman

(Photos by Casa Cody)

I found the most wonderful inn in Palm Springs.

The Casa Cody Inn is different from hotels, motels, and other inns because it is a historic inn.

In addition to a 100 year old adobe,

the 28 one-story bungalows date back to the 30’s- 40’s all still preserved and maintained.

And the interesting mixture of interior and furniture themes range from Moroccan,

Indian, Sante Fe, and India.

Celebrities seemed to be drawn to the Casa Cody’s hacienda-style buildings, gardens,

and citrus-filled courtyards.

Colorful bougainvilleas hang over the

roof, seeming to cover the front of each


During the 30’s,

Metropolitan Opera

baritone/movie star

Lawrence Tibbett

and Charlie Chaplin

entertained guests in

this house.

Other famous guests: “Papa John” Phillips (“Mamas and the Papas” and father of

actress Mackenzie Phillips), Herb Jeffreys (sang with Duke Ellington), and the celebrities

are still coming to the Casa Cody Inn today.

Frank Tyson, the owner, said, “Barry Manalow flies back every night after his

Las Vegas show to his home in Palm Springs. Perhaps the tourists love Palm Springs because it is

so totally like going stepping back in time.

We have a village atmosphere with restaurants, shops, entertainment,

mountain hiking, and everything within a few blocks. to your

bungalow there is no need to use a car.”

Experiencing Rural Costa Rica

June 25th, 2010 • by Sandy Zimmerman

“Experiencing Rural Costa Rica”

By Sandy Zimmerman

(Photos by Sandy Zimmerman)

During our first day on tour in Costa Rica, even breakfast was an event!  We began at the traditional Restaurante Tipico el Trapiche de Nayo, stopping to see the authentic Trapiche process for crushing whole sugar cane originally used in the early days of the sugar cane plantations.

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The James Bond Wine Table

May 15th, 2010 • by admin
When you visit Del Friscos, do not miss seeing the most amazing $1.2 million dollar James Bond table. Looking like a normal table at first, Jacque touched her remote control pad and the table suddenly opened to present the James Bond OO7 Films Wine Collection. Eighteen magnums of Cabernet wine from Napa Valley wineries each represent different Bond films. These one- of-a kind bottles are each laser-edged.

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