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.
Whether you’ve been there or not, Bora Bora engrosses people’s daydreams and travel fantasies. It truly is just as magical as it gets.
Between Conde Naste, Travel & Leisure, Trip Advisor and pretty much any other travel or luxury publication out there, not only is the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora constantly proclaimed to be one of the best resorts in the world, but Bora Bora is praised as one of the most beautiful islands in the world.
In mid-October, I went back to spend three days exploring the park – Each day I hiked 8-10 miles, drove 20-30 miles of jeep trails, and made sure to shoot sunrise and sunset on each end. I got a ton of pictures, but not much to write… so here’s 16 pictures of beautiful Capitol Reef National Park.
Overall, the Gore Range is relatively inaccessible due to the lack of mining roads that criss-cross so many other Colorado mountain ranges and they have a reputation for a lot of trailhead access red tape, due in large part to private property, particularly on the eastern side.
After three trips to the country, I’ve officially decided that there are no bad sunsets in Costa Rica… Just unbelievable, night after night
I’ve been lucky enough to spend A LOT of time in a bunch of America’s parks and have huge appreciation for what the National Parks Service does while accomplishing their mission.
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 choose, what would my leading ‘best views’ that I’ve ever seen be?
In no particular order, here are the 15 Most Beautiful Spots in Colorado.