After spending 320 days on the road, taking nearly 6,000 photos in 40 destinations across the globe - we've selected our best travel photos from 2014.
2014 was an incredible year for us. We made the biggest decision of our lives (aside from saying I do) and set out on an incredible adventure that would change our lives for ever. During our travels, we started using our camera as a way of documenting our life on the road. Out of the thousands of photos we've taken this past year, we have somehow narrowed down our photos to this selection of our absolute favorite images.
Hong Kong at Dusk
Riding the Star Ferry from the main island to Kowloon Bay was an experience in itself, but what was on the other side left us truly breathless. Aside from a massive shopping center, the views from across the bay are magical. The panoramic views of the Hong Kong island coastline are so impressive, especially at dusk.
The Beach In Hoi An, Vietnam
Chris Feeling Free in Seminyak, Bali
The Bamboo Forest in Kyoto, Japan
Even before we went to Kyoto, Japan I had seen a similar picture of these amazing bamboo groves on Pinterest. It looked like a place out of a fairytale and completely photoshopped. Seeing the Bamboo Forest in real life left us in awe. It really does exist, and it's spectacular!
Watching the Waves Crash at Devils Tear
Pictures and words can not explain the magnitude of the waves we saw here in Nusa Lembongan, a tiny island 1 hour away from Bali, Indonesia. In what felt like perfect synchronization, the waves would crash and then reset, with each wave getting bigger and bigger.
The Louvre after Midnight
The Hills of Cinque Terre, Italy
Visiting the 5 small villages of Cinque Terre, Italy should be on everyone’s bucket list. It’s views like this, just before the sun set over Manarola, that made us love the Italian coastline so much!
The Neon Streets of Tokyo, Japan
The View of Halong Bay, Vietnam
Swinging at Sunset
Catching the Sunrise in Nusa Dua, Bali
The Canals of Amsterdam
We spent a month in Amsterdam and loved every moment of our stay. While it's definitely best known for its stunning canals, it was the beautiful architecture, cafes, and easy going people in this city that stole our hearts. Of all the cities in Europe, Amsterdam is definitely in our top 5.
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Riding the Train Through Switzerland
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in Bali
We decided to spend a day visiting the countryside of Ubud. Our guide told us he was taking us to see some "really big" rice terraces, but once we arrived at Jatiluwih, we weren't expecting this! Everywhere you looked were huge expansive fields. It was breathtaking.