Hey everyone! Nothing to read here – I just want to share my favorite photos from the trip. It’s amazing what you can capture with an iPhone camera (and a few filters here and there). It was incredibly difficult to narrow this list to my top 20 out of the hundreds and hundreds of photos I snapped in so many beautiful places, but here we go:
*Pro tip: To see larger versions, click on the picture and it will take you to Flickr, where you can zoom!*
This is my little sister/travel inspiration leader sipping a beer and watching a sunset in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia.
The reward for scrambling up the slippery rock faces of Mt. Amos in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania.
Clouds hovering over our campervan, somewhere in Tasmania.
No shortage of front flips off the floating bar in Puerto Galera, Philippines.
Delicious, cheap street food in Penang, Malaysia.
Colorful parks dot Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland.
Saga Fest tribe members jam to an Axel Flóvent set in Iceland.
The summer sun doesn’t set in Reykjavik, it slides. This is taken around 4 a.m. in May after a night at the bars.
Arrived at Amalienborg in Copenhagen, Denmark just in time.
You can’t turn a corner in Oslo, Norway without running into cool sculpture art. Here’s one of my favorites from Frogner Park.
Not a bad view for a $35 ticket. Death Cab for Cutie in Oslo!
One does not simply go to Europe and not visit Amsterdam in the Netherlands. One of the many aesthetically-pleasing canals.
One of the most beautiful places in Madrid, Spain: Buen Retiro Park, and just steps from my hostel.
Just another one of those Spanish cities you can never forget. The colorful Plaza de España in Sevilla.
Adding one more coat of blue to a building in Chefchaouen, Morocco.
A friendly accordion player in Ronda, Spain.
Well that worked out nicely. At the world-famous Alhambra in Granada, Spain.
A bird’s-eye view of the breathtaking Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia.
If you were playing guitar in front of the Lennon Wall in Prague, Czech Republic, you would play strictly Beatles tunes, too.
A somber reminder of the sunsets prisoners couldn’t fully enjoy here at Auschwitz, in Oświęcim, Poland.