Travel Photos of 2013

This year has been an unusually active travel year for me. I was able to make a few trips across the country and spend some time exploring Asia and Europe. Now that we’ve all made it to the end of the year (nearly), I’d like to share some of my favorite photos from the past […]

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Arizona’s Meteor Crater

Meteor Crater is way more than a big hole in the ground, so don’t let that be your attitude if you’re passing by on I-40 in Arizona. It’s pretty cool history, so spend 45 minutes here if you have the time. Scientists estimate that a huge meteorite slammed into this part of the world about […]

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The Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park holds such a sacred place in America’s psyche — not to mention its significance to geology, archaeology, and a host of other disciplines — that I don’t feel the need to describe its importance to anyone. I’m simply going to provide some of my favorite photos. I traveled to the Grand […]

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Arizona’s Petrified Forest and Painted Desert

Spring Break 2013 provided a terrific excuse for two things: a visit from my mother and a road trip out west together. It was my Mom’s first time in the Texas Panhandle, and as nice as it is in this part of the country, I wanted to take her on a trip through the western […]

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