As 2015 comes to a fast close (where did the year go?), I’ve begun my annual reflection of the year. While I’ve been incredibly busy with projects and work lately, I’ve also begun the long process of getting ready to move halfway across the globe. So many things to do on my “to-do” list and it keeps growing! While I hope to be back to posting regularly again in the coming weeks, I wanted to stop in and share a few of my favorite travel photos of 2015.
I only picked up a camera a few years ago. It’s something that I’ve always been interested in, but other things, like triathlon, took over my life for years. While I still consider myself to be very much an amateur photographer, I am quite impressed on how far I have grown over the past few years. With three months on the road and settling into my expat life Down Under, I know 2016 will be filled with new amazing photos. Let’s hope my hard drive is ready!
My Favorite Travel Photos of 2015
Longitudinal Lane in my favorite American city, Charleston, South Carolina
Seeing the Cheery Blossom Festival in Washington DC has always been a longtime goal of mine. In April I was finally able to achieve it!
My 10 days in Greece were just magic. I long for the days to return to the land of olives and beautiful isles.
Meteora, Greece will leave you speechless.
Budapest has quickly become one of my favorite cities. The Hungarian Parliament Building at night is definitely worth the visit.
While Vienna wasn’t one of my favorite stops in Europe this year, I enjoyed capturing this hot of a hungry fox looking for grubs in the early morning at the Palace.
Prague, the fairytale city of 1000 Spires, is certainly a very photogenic city.
Of course, a visit to Prague isn’t complete without a visit to the Bone Church in Kutna Hora.
Brussels was all about chocolate and beer – two of my favorite things! Especially this amazing rose champagne white chocolate truffle.
Teotihuacan, outside of Mexico City, is one incredible place to visit. And the hike to the top of the pyramids is not for the faint of heart.
Iceland’s famed Glacier Lagoon is definitely a photographer’s dream. Scratch that! All of Iceland is.