Top 12 Photos of 2015

A friend tagged me in a nature photography challenge to post a photo each day for 7 days. I decided instead to post 12 of my favourite photos from 2015 from around the world.

Although I spent the majority of my time blogging in Saskatchewan as the Saskatchewanderer, I also spent time in a few countries in Africa, Europe and popped down to California for a short visit.

Here are some of my favourite photos from 2015 – one for each month of the year.

  1. January

Victoria Falls, Zambia

Visiting Victoria Falls, Zambia shortly after the new year. One of the most impressive waterfalls in the world.

2. February

Nistowiak Falls, Canada

From Africa to Canada I was wowed by the icy Nistowiak Falls right here in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada.

3. March

Sailing, Zanzibar

Back to Africa in March, I enjoyed the turquoise waters and while sails of the sailboats off the coast of Tanzania in Zanzibar.

4. April

Wildebeest on Safari, The Serengeti

Watching an early migration of hundreds of thousands of wildebeest on safari in the Serengeti of Tanzania was very impressive.

 

5. May

Stormy Saskatchewan Fields, Canada

Running into stormy skies over wheat fields back in Saskatchewan, Canada.

6. June

Pine Island Resort, Canada

I flew up north for stunning sunsets and world-class fishing at Pine Island Resort in Saskatchewan, Canada.

7. July

Castle Butte, Canada

Solo sunsets atop Castle Butte in southern Saskatchewan, Canada.

8. August

Northern Lights, Canada

The skies sure put on a display when it comes to the aurora borealis – especially in northern Saskatchewan, Canada.

9. September

Mount Baldy, United States

Summiting Mount Baldy, 4000 feet above sea level right outside Los Angeles in the United States.

10. October

Cypress Hills, Canada

Catching autumn colours in Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan Canada.

11. November

The Boreal Forest, Canada

Deafening silence in the Boreal Forest in Saskatchewan, Canada.

 

12. December

The Churchill River, Canada

Winter days on the Churchill River in Saskatchewan, Canada.

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