This year in travel far exceeded our wildest expectations.
When the year began, we didn’t know if we would even leave the country, let alone that we would move out of it!
By the end of this year, our travels will have taken us all over our home region of the northeastern United States, as well as to Belize, Guatemala, Mexico, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Spain. Phew! No wonder we’re so exhausted!
Last year we selected just one photo, this little guy in Peru, as our favorite travel photo for the year. This year, that was a bit tougher, so we decided to narrow it down to five. Then we realized we couldn’t even do that …
So without further ado, here are our ten favorite travel photos from 2012:
10.) The Empire State Building framed inside the Manhattan Bridge in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn / New York City
9.) Gazing back at the Franconia Ridge along the Appalachian Trail in the White Mountains / New Hampshire, USA
8.) Memorial to the Korean War, honoring families that were separated by the 38th parallel, the arbitrary line established to divide North and South Korea after World War II / South Korea
3.) Maya ruins at Cahal Pech / San Ignacio, Belize
So which photo was our favorite this year?
I could never pick just one photo, just as I had difficulty even selecting these ten, but one experience definitely stands out above the rest …
1.) The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) / Border of North and South Korea
This year took us across the globe to places we never imagined we would see (or live!). We hope you have enjoyed following our adventures this year, and we thank you for joining us on our journey.
What was your favorite photo from your travels this year? Please share it with us over on our Facebook timeline!
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