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2017 In Pictures: 17 of My Favorite Shots

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2017 In Pictures: 17 of My Favorite Shots from this Year 2017 in Pictures – This year was definitely a busy one with almost 12,000 road-trip miles driven and probably about 200+ miles hiked… This was definitely hard to narrow down this year, but here are my favorite shots from 2017. (In no particular order.) […]

16 Snapshots from Paradise… Pictures of Bora Bora

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16 Snapshots from Paradise – Pictures of Bora Bora Society Islands, French Polynesia I had read that once you see Bora Bora, you are forever enamored; The inevitable love affair beginning before your plane even touches down with travelers becoming captivated by the fantasy-like tropical paradise. Throughout my life, I’ve been lucky enough to see […]

16 Pictures of Capitol Reef National Park

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16 Pictures of Beautiful Capitol Reef Capitol Reef National Park, Utah Back in 2012, I said that I wasn’t that impressed with Capitol Reef National Park, but I said that during a quick drive-through after spending a week in Moab and then four days at Bryce Canyon National Park. At the time, I just wasn’t as blown away […]

The Gore Range & the Summer of Vail

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My Summer of Vail The Gore Range, Vail, Colorado ”In my opinion, the two most rugged mountain ranges in Colorado are the Gore Range northwest of Dillon Reservoir and the Needles Range in the remote San Juan Mountains.” – John Fielder (Famous Colorado landscape photographer) Although the Gore Range provides the backdrop to any skier […]

There Are No Bad Sunsets in Costa Rica

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There Are No Bad Sunsets in Costa Rica After three trips to the country, I’ve officially decided that there are no bad sunsets in Costa Rica… Just unbelievable, night after night… Bonus – Sunrises are awesome too… One for the Road Photography – Shop & Prints

The National Parks Service Celebrates its Centennial

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The National Parks Service Celebrates its Centennial The National Parks Service Celebrates its Centennial – “On Aug. 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed the Organic Act establishing the National Park Service (NPS), which at the time oversaw 35 national parks and monuments. Until then, there had been no guarantee that the country’s national parks would […]

The Best Views I’ve Ever Seen, Part I

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The Best Views I’ve Ever Seen, Part I I keep finding myself writing, “It was one of the best views I’ve ever seen!” or at least some variation of the phrase. A lot of times it’s probably a slight exaggeration of excitement from a fresh trip, but not always. It got me thinking that if I had to […]

15 Most Beautiful Spots in Colorado

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15 Most Beautiful Spots in Colorado Just like Conde Nast’s “13 Photos of the Most Beautiful Island in the World,” another click-bait article kept circulating throughout the summer of 2015 – The 15 Most Beautiful Spots in Colorado. Now, lists are subjective and of course beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I get that. But […]

13 Photos of the Most Beautiful Island in the World

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13 Photos of the Most Beautiful Island in the World Palawan, The Philippines Throughout the summer of 2015, Conde Nast Traveler kept posting up a clickbait link to the ‘13 Photos of the Most Beautiful Island in the World‘ with the caption, “The Philippines’ Palawan Island was voted the no. 1 island in the world […]

19 Reasons to Visit the Philippines

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19 Reasons to Visit the Philippines Before going to the Philippines, it was incredible how many people asked, “Why are you going to visit the Philippines?” Like I was crazy. My answer was almost always, “Because it looks beautiful.”   Now when I’m asked, “Why did you go to the Philippines?” that answer is simply, “Because […]

Why Travel to Southeast Asia?

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Why Travel to Southeast Asia? I didn’t travel ‘exotically’ last year – I traveled, but nothing that required spending an entire 24+ hours to get where I was going. In the Fall, after not going ‘exotic,’ I got the travel itch to head international again. I wanted to be miserable in a coach seat for 16 […]

 
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