This certainly has been an interesting year for me, stumbling through the end of 2016 before moving cross country, and now literally limping into 2018. It’s been a year full of travel with me visiting 25 states. RMNP, Sand Dunes, Arches, Tetons, Yellowstone, plus several other monuments and historical parks. These are my favorite photos from my travels in 2017. I couldn’t pick just 12 this year, and I still have so many new photos to edit from Yellowstone that would have been included here! Thanks everyone for all your support throughout the year, and I’m glad to have you following along for what’s to come in 2018!
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Sunrise at Portland Head Light in Maine. January.
Castle Hill Light in Newport, Rhode Island. January.
Sakonnet Lighthouse in Rhode Island with easily the most colorful and vivid sunset I've witnessed. January.
The Atlantic in Winter. Rhode Island. January.
Fox tracks in the snow. Hinsdale County, Colorado. March
Desert Bighorn Sheep ewe with her twin lambs trailing behind learning to climb. Grand Junction, Colorado. March
A couple walks toward Las Vegas, Nevada. March. I never have photos with people in them, but I couldn't help but take this one.
A juniper tree in Richville, Utah. Can you believe the hotel front desk woman said there was nothing worth photographing there? March
Arches National Park in the twilight with the La Sal Mountains in the background. March.
Endless dirt road and storm chasing in Buffalo County, Nebraska. July
Crazy storm skies in Overton, Nebraska. July
Cornfields and storms. Nebraska. July
Thirty minutes later at Lake San Cristobal. August.
Another fantastic sunset over Lake San Cristobal. August.
A black bear up a tree in Lake City, Colorado. August.
A lone Cottonwood tree on the Colorado plains. August.
The stars of Gunnison County. September.
Layers of Autumn on Slumgullion Pass. September
Lake City in autumn for the air. September.
Black Wolf in Yellowstone. Montana, October (my favorite)
Feel free to share and let me know what your favorite one was!
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