2012: A Year in Photography

Posted: December 28, 2012    Categories: Photo Essay

2012 was a busy travel year for me. I visited all seven continents, 18 countries and flew over 150,000 miles. I was exhausted for much of the year, but on the upside I came away with some amazing photos. I made some great strides as a photographer in 2012. I improved my mastery of Lightroom and have have worked on going out of my way to get better shots. My gear didn’t change much during the year. I purchased a new carbon fiber tripod in March and replaced the 18-200mm lens I had been using since 2007. I also celebrated my 5-year anniversary of publishing my daily photo and released my iPhone Travel Photography app.

It was a good year for photography and I plan on making 2013 even better!


Ushuaia, Argentina


Stanley, Falkland Islands


Salisbury Plain, South Georgia Island


Paradise Bay, Antarctica


Half Moon Island, Antarctica


Caye Caulker, Belize


Sydney, Australia


Lord Howe Island, Australia


Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Bryson City, North Carolina


Yosemite National Park, California


Monument Valley, Utah


Antelope Canyon, Arizona


Horseshoe Bend at Lake Powell, Arizona


Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah


Fjallbacka, Sweden


Tetouan, Morocco


Elche, Spain


Granada, Spain


Girona, Spain


Gibraltar


Churchill, Manitoba


Riviera Maya, Mexico


Stonehenge, England


Bath, England


Haida Gwaii, British Columbia

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