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Photo Essay : Our Year Through Pictures – 2013

Photo Essay : Our Year Through Pictures – 2013

2013 has been an interesting year.  In some ways it has been amazing, and in other ways it has been amazingly hard.  One thing that I can say as this year comes to an end is that we are closer as a family.  Much of that is because of our travels.  It has given us the chance to bond, to learn, and to have fun together.  We’ve spent significant time in seven states (including Texas), and I spent almost a full month in Ontario and Quebec.

It’s been a good year.

January

The Riverwalk – San Antonio, Texas

The Alamo – San Antonio, Texas

February

Rock climbing in the Catalina Mountains, Arizona

The Grand Canyon with snow, Arizona

March

Caprock Canyons SP, Texas

April

The Gulf of Mexico in Galveston, Texas

The Strand in Galveston, Texas

May

This is the month I upgraded my camera from a point and shoot to a DSLR (Nikon D3100)

Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma

June

July

Minnehaha Falls – Minneapolis, Minnesota

August

Hatcher’s Pass, Alaska

September

October

November

December

Palestine, Texas

  1. kewkew 24 December, 2013

    What a wonderful year!
    Merry Christmas!

  2. Teresa 24 December, 2013

    Wow, just wow! Merry Christmas!

  3. Muza-chan 30 December, 2013

    Beautiful photos 🙂

  4. noel morata 30 December, 2013

    Wow, I love all the gorgeous images especially with your children, thanks so much for sharing them and have a wonderful Travel New Years for 2014 with your family!

    • Amy Moore 30 December, 2013

      Thanks, Noel. I love traveling with them!

  5. Lesli Petereon 30 December, 2013

    Loved this. I always enjoy your photography! Happy New Year.

    • Amy Moore 30 December, 2013

      Thanks so much, Lesli! I appreciate you stopping by and your kind words.

  6. Adam Sommer 4 January, 2014

    You take stunning photos! It’s been great following along – happy 2014!

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