Our Best Photos Of 2019
As the end of the year is approaching, it’s time for reflections. And as we reflect on our year, we remember all the exciting and amazing adventures we had – and collect all the beautiful pictures that remind us of those adventures. So here comes our best photos of 2019.
So 2019 was a special year. I know, I know, it applies to every year. But this time we really mean it. Our baby boy has arrived. We became parents. (And we became a family travel blog, naturally.) It brought lots of joy and challenges. As for travel and photography, it meant that we had less and shorter trips this year. It challenged us to notice the interesting and beautiful places that are close to us. Well, here’s what we have for you from 2019:
Best nature scenes
Mount Errigal, the iconic peak of Donegal county in Ireland:
River Vydra in Šumava National Park, Czechia:
Killarney National Park in Ireland:
View of the old town of Ptuj, Slovenia:
Best waterfall photos
The largest waterfall in Glenariff Forest Park in Northern Ireland:
Walking behind Bulbuci waterfall in the Apuseni Mountains of Transylvania:
Best beach photo
Maybe too cold for swimming, but pretty enough to be mistaken for one of the Mediterranean beaches… a beach stop along Ireland’s Ring of Kerry:
Best forest photo
Šumava National Park in Czechia:
Best city scene
The view of Český Krumlov Old Town from one of the terraces of the castle:
Best spring photos
Blooming crocuses in the Apuseni Mountains:
Best autumn photo
View of the hills near Biatorbágy, Hungary:
Best winter photo
Frozen Šútovo waterfall in Slovakia’s Little Fatra:
Best animal photo
Sheep in Ireland 🙂
Best macro photo
…or the best photo of mimicry? Mating frogs:
Favorite maternity photo
Just because it was taken in such a beautiful natural setting: in the Japanese Garden on Margaret Island in Budapest. (And it was taken by Csaba this time.)
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