Happy Happy New Year!!! YAYAYAYAY!!!! 2018!
In 2017, I set a goal to travel for photo at least once a season. Mission accomplished. Here are my favorite travel images from 2017 in chronological order.
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Iceland, you beautiful country. I love you. I’ll see you again soon, k?
Captured in the middle of the day with my 10-stop neutral density filter. I love that thing. I keep it in my camera bag at all times.
Took this one just a few hours after the previous image but on the other side of the sea stacks. Crazy how the different point of view changes so much.
One of my favorite parts about Iceland, the horses! They’re so sweet.
I’m not sure if you noticed or not but once I got back from Iceland, I decided to work on my blog even more. Yes, I still post new images every weekday, but I’m taking the time out to write longer and more thoughtful blog posts. I just thought that an interesting change from this trip that I wanted to note.
I captured this image in Virginia at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens. That counts as travel, right? My favorite part of this image is that little ripple the fish on top is making with his tail.
Arches National Park in Utah. This was one of the first images I captured at sunrise. I just love how the sun burst balances out the red rocks on the right hand side.
I fell in love in the spring and it was with Colorado. Man o man, I gotta go back in 2018.
Rocky National Park is one of my favorites. It’s so hard to take a bad picture.
The beginning of our epic cross country road trip. That was one adventure that I’ll never forget.
Taken on a tripod and a 10 second timer. I must have looked crazy constantly running back and forth in my flip flops. LOL oh well. Wasn’t the first time.
My first time seeing saguaro cactuses in real life. They are amazingly beautiful and so big. Now that I think of it, I should of taken another self portrait like I did in the previous image here.
Visited Maine for the first time in October. I love how spacious and airy this image is.
It was hard to find this perspective but once I did, it was totally worth the early morning wake up call and the climb down slippery rocks.
That’s it. Those were my favorite travel images of 2017. Can’t wait to capture even more in the new year.
In case you missed it, I did the same thing with just Washington DC photos. Click here to check them out.