Thank you for taking me around the world with you this week! I loved seeing all the places you’ve traveled as well as all the beauty found right in your backyards. From the stunning landscapes to your exquisite attention to detail, your travel photos this week were top notch! Every week it’s harder and harder for me to only highlight 15 of your photos!
Here are this week’s 15 travel photographs.
1. Kathy Morgan-Shanteler – This photo is breathtaking! It really “speaks” to me. It has me wondering what “Is she thinking about?”. The silhouette woks perfectly with the sunset.
4. Dolly Duff – You really made me feel along for the ride with this shot! This is such an awesome vantage point that you don’t get to have too often.
5. Wendy Dunne – One word – gorgeous! The colors in this photo really capture the beach. This could be a postcard, or better yet, a canvas!
6. Robin LaMond-Fairweather – I love that you captured a piece of the culture. The background isn’t too shabby either! ;)
7. Barbara Berg – I love how you captured the details in the architecture in this photography. The archways add movement to the photo and the columns draw your eye inward to the door.
8. Vivian Clibon – Ah, one of my weaknesses…Macy’s! I love the pop of red on the brown building. It really stands out!
9. Jillian Desroches – The colors in this photography are stunning and bring out the contrasts! It almost looks like a painting. I don’t know what I like more, the layers of the Grand Canyon or those fluffy, dreamy clouds!
10. Lee Franze – This is such a fun way to incorporate your family into the Eiffel Tower! This perspective helps show off the size of the tower and it gets your family into the shot!
11. Susan Padilla – This pop of color helps warms up my cold days. I love that you showed off something that is from your neck of the woods. I also love the depth of field.
12. Gail Starr – You know how much I LOVE New York City! This photo incorporates the old and the new. The old, multi-colored buildings draw your eye right down to the new World Trade Center.
13. Tracey Miller – Breathtaking! I don’t even know where to start with this one. I love the lighting and the colors. Well, I love everything about this! You should be very proud of this shot.
14. Esther Habana – This photo is so calm and serene. I love how you capture the vastness of the water. The placement of the two solitaire boats bring the whole scene to life.
15. Colleen Macaddeno – The road less traveled? I would love to know where you headed to in this one. I love the contrast in this one: the rich blue sky with its white puffy clouds against the yellowed grass and dirt road.
Now that you’ve seen them, tell us which photograph is your favorite!
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