Welcome back for Fab Photo Friday! This month I worked with others on a reflections collaboration. I just love doing this post, I get to see so many beautiful photos! Take a peek below at the entries, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
Gold Beach on the Normandy Coast
“This sunrise was so peaceful that it was hard to imagine the fierce fighting that took place there 70+ years ago. This is much what the beach would’ve looked like as Allied troops stormed toward German defenses at dawn during low tide.”
Kris blogs at a Nomad By Trade. It is a blog focusing on finding the fun in business travel and exploring the world for fun.
Evening on the Marsh
This photo was taken as a reminder of a great winter and it made for a great photography landscape.
Marcus is a 14 year old follower of Inspire and Wander and wanted to contribute with his wonderful photography.
Reflection on the Fjord
This picture was taken on an early morning ferry on Sognefjord, Norway, between Solvorn and Urnes. Everyone else was looking out the front of the ferry (really a small boat) and I stood looking back the way we were coming from so got to snap this view that no-one else even saw.
You can find Suzie at I am But Wandering. Her blog is mainly a diary of her travels with her husband around the world. They are travelling long term as of August 2016 and think they have at least 5 years on the road before they have to think about going back to England.
This photo was taken in November at the Lubnaig Lake (Loch Lubnaig) in Scotland. Sometimes when there is no wind (and it’s not raining, but it usually does) you can see a fabulous reflection.
Tripsget is a blog about expat life in the UK, great-value traveling and weekend trips.
Most people will focus on the brilliantly lit British Columbia Parliament, and rightfully so — it is why I took the shot. But my favorite parts of the picture are the seaplanes lined up neatly next to the Seaplane Terminal in the foreground. We flew to Vancouver on one the next morning. What a thrill.
Doug is a hobbyist photographer and follower of Inspire and Wander. I am happy to have Doug share his skills here.
Boathouse Row in Philadelphia, PA. It’s a historic landmark in Philadelphia that dates back to 1858 and is still in use for rowing teams today.
Philly with a Fjallraven is a Philadelphia photography and travel blog.
Cape Breton in Nova Scotia, Canada along the Cabot Trail. The cabot trail and National Highlands Park is filled with gorgeous settings and surrounds the island of Cape Breton.
Style Island is a lifestyle and entertainment destination with a focus on storytelling as told by a native and local New Yorker. A place for the mind to roam and wander.
Last but not least is my photograph of Lake Powell, Utah. Boating on Lake Powell is dreamy and a photographer’s wonderland. This is one of my favorite photos of the lake.
Every month is a new photo essay. If you have something you would like to contribute, follow me on Instagram and Facebook to be the first to find out about submissions. If you missed the gorgeous sunrises last month, you can find them here.
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