My Favorite Travel Photos From 2011

This year I’ve done a lot of traveling, and of course that means I’ve taken a ton of photos. I’m an amateur photographer, and I don’t know what I’m doing half the time (that’s not entirely true, but it feels like it), but sometimes things just come together and I get a photo I really like. Surprisingly, none of the photos I took in Hawaii were my favs.

There isn’t any particular reason why a photo may become my favorite. However, I know I like it when (1) I keep looking at it, (2) it evokes pleasant memories, and I smile, (3) it was a shot that I was surprised that at how good it turned out, or (4) I end up using it as my desktop photo..

Following are the photos that are my favorites from 2011:

To Enlarge, click on the photo to bring up it’s own page, then click on the photo again.

Yellow Flowers at The Flower Fields of Carlsbad

Bi-Plane Over Pacific Ocean; taken at Ocean Beach

Råhuset – Pink Cave and Escalators (Stockholm Metro Station)

Man Pushing Carriage in Humlegården (Stockholm)

Meditation Grove Skogskyrkogården

Ducks on an Ice Bar

Passing Subway in New York

Amsterdam Canal Houses

Manhattan Bridge from Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Bridge Cables and Structure

Large Red House on Hill

Central Park and Fall Leaves

Birch Tree Forest (Sweden)

Guys in the Park (I think they’ve been drinking LOL)

Karlsgatan 2 Leaves On Building (Västerås, Sweden)

 

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Terri Lundberg About Terri Lundberg

Terri Lundberg is an American expat currently residing with her husband in Saudi Arabia, but she calls Seattle and San Diego home. She’s a travel writer, an avid photographer and is a resource and cross cultural trainer to expats relocating to Saudi Arabia. She's been to 100 destinations, 26 countries, and counting.

Comments

  1. Amazing pictures. They look like they belong in a publication.

  2. Christopher says:

    Hello,

    I enjoyed your photos. I am a photographer and I too will be moving to Saudi in a couple of months. I will be workinging in other profession and will be leaving my studio behind. I admire you openess and freedom to express…continue on sister!

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