I was really fortunate to experience an abundance of travel opportunities in 2014. This year was particularly special because I did something I’ve never done before: circumnavigate the northern hemisphere. I left Amarillo, Texas, in May and kept traveling eastward until I got back in early July. I had a lot of fun seeing old friends, making new ones, and taking a bunch of photos throughout the year.
I hope you enjoy some of my favorite pics from the U.S., Europe and Asia. Here’s to an adventurous 2015!
“Working” with colleagues, Las Vegas, Nevada. April 7.
River Walk, San Antonio, Texas. April 9.
Tower Bridge, London, England. May 13.
The Cascade, Yerevan, Armenia. May 15.
Zero Kilometer Mark, Trans Siberian Railway, Moscow, Russia. May 17.
Trans Siberian Railway Station, Omsk, Russia. May 19.
Lake Baikal, Listvyanka, Russia. May 21.
Trans Mongolian Railway Station, Sukhbaatar, Mongolia. May 24.
Gandan Monastery, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. May 26.
Seoul, South Korea. May 28.
Hallasan Mountain, Jeju Island, South Korea. May 31.
Demilitarized Zone, Paju, South Korea. June 5.
May 18th National Cemetery, Gwangju, South Korea. June 7.
War Memorial of Korea, Seoul, South Korea. June 25.
Safeco Field, Seattle, Washington. June 28.
Bainbridge Island, Washington. June 29.
Recreating an old photo with my brother, Las Vegas, Nevada. July 1.
Lake Guntersville, Grant, Alabama. July 26.
16th Street Baptist Church, Birmingham, Alabama. August 1.
Ave Maria Grotto, Cullman, Alabama. August 1.
Monte Sano Mountain, Huntsville, Alabama. August 6.
Marina Bay, Singapore. September 23.
The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas. October 25.