2015 was a big year. I started a brand new full time job in February which meant that my travel schedule changed quite a bit. I still had the opportunity to take some amazing trips and spent quite a bit of time exploring Copenhagen in greater depth. I also made it home to the US for the first time in two years for a road trip through Southwestern Colorado. In addition to these trips I also took a 19 day trip through Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand – however, that trip ended on December 29th, which means that while the photos were taken in 2015, they’ll be included in my 2016 roundup as I’ve got about 150 GB of photos to sort through! In 2015 I also upgraded from my Canon 600D to a Canon 6D which brought with it exciting new opportunities but also some growing pains.
Each is linked to the related album on flickr and uploaded in full-resolution. If you’d like to license one of these photos please reach out to me directly. Want to use one for your computer desktop or background? Be my guest as all photos are uploaded under a CC non-commercial license. Want to help support me or send a thank you? Shop camera gear (and everything else) over on Amazon through my affiliate link or contribute to my new camera gear fund via PayPal.
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Gefion Fountain – Copenhagen – Denmark
Malaga – Spain
West Fork of the Dolores – Colorado – USA
Fighting Hummingbirds – Dolores – Colorado – USA
San Juan National Forest – Colorado – USA
Southwestern Colorado – USA
Amalienborg Palace – Copenhagen – Denmark
Nyhavn – Copenhagen – Denmark
Vilnius – Lithuania
The Wadden Sea – Jutland – Denmark
The Supermoon – Copenhagen – Denmark
Colorado Aspen – Dolores – Colorado
The Black Sun – Wadden Sea – Denmark
Northern Arizona – USA
A Hummingbird in Flight – Dolores – Colorado – USA
All photos were taken on a Canon 6D or Canon 600D using either a Canon 50mm f/1.4, Canon 40mm f/2.8, Canon 17-40mm f/4, Sigma 70-300mm, Canon 18-135mm, or Canon 55-250mm lens. I do light editing in Adobe Lightroom. You can see the specific settings each image was taken at via the EXIF data on flickr. I’m also always happy to answer questions.
Thanks for a wonderful year! I cannot wait to see what adventures and explorations 2016 brings!