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Utah Daytrip – Day 2

Here are the last of the photos from Arches and Canyonlands National Park. Day 1 blog posting can be found here. These landscape photos are all available for purchase here: http://travelbugfotos.pass.us/utah-day-2/ The fabulous restaurant at theView full post »

Chris and Erin – Engagement Photos

Erin and Chris – Engagement shoot in Buffalo, WyomingView full post »

Utah Roadtrip {Day 1}

First views of the landscape, heading to the hotel Red Cliffs Lodge outside of Moab, UT Arches National Park Petrified Sand DunesView full post »

Angel Oak Tree

Here is my Angel Oak Tree photo. This is the oldest living organism east of the Mississippi. It lies just outside of Charleston, South Carolina and is even more sprawling and incredible than I could possible present in this photo. Peter Lik was myView full post »

Halsteads 2013!

Halstead’s Fall Mini Session! It’s been a year since their last photo shoot… see how those kiddos have grown HERE and HERE!View full post »

Week 41 – California | Monterey Peninsula

So for the last week, I’ve been in Santa Maria, California for one my closest friends wedding. I was lucky enough to have some time on either side of the wedding for some central Cali exploration. I’ve always wanted to see highway oneView full post »

Napa Vacation

So here they are – the photos of beautiful northern California. The first couple photos are from Half Moon Bay, California. Half Moon Bay Golf Club The guys after their golf game. Below is the awesome vacation rental that we rented! These areView full post »

Little Liam {one week old}

These photos start off showing a quiet early morning home that just welcomed a new family member. Unfortunately, the new dad had to work that morning so the photos are mostly of just little Liam. We had to include the protective Miss Molly, chocolateView full post »

Last Stop on the Trip | Zurich |

After Zermatt, we had to wrap up the trip and head towards the airport. We decided to fly out of Zurich, just to give us a new view of the country from where we flew in to. So we took the Glacier Express Panoramic Scenic train line to Chur thenView full post »

Second Day in Zermatt {the BEST DAY of the WEEK}

The second day in Zermatt was by far the best day of the entire week. By Far.  And in fact, might be one of the best vacation days I’ve ever had.  I had debated over whether I wanted to snowboard or not once I got there because it has been aView full post »

Day 1 in Zermatt

After leaving Interlaken and Jungfrau, we took a regular commuter train to Zermatt. We arrived around lunch time in Zermatt and took a little electric car to our hotel – they actually don’t allow any real cars in Zermatt, other than theseView full post »

Jungfrau and Grindelwald

So these are the photos from day 3.   It actually started off with a bit of disappointment but somehow the day turned out absolutely perfect.  When we got to the train station that morning with the plan to ride the train up to Jungfrau – theView full post »

Day 2 | Interlaken

So our second day was in Interlaken, Switzerland. It sits between two beautiful lakes and sort of at the base of the “top of Europe” – or the peak of Jungfrau.  That morning we took the “Golden Pass” panoramic trainView full post »

Montreux, Switzerland

So Montreux was our first stop in Switzerland.  We landed in Geneva early on a Sunday morning with the goal of exploring all of Montreux before getting a wink of sleep. We saw our first view of the Alps from the airplane and then dropped below theView full post »

Week… 9? Switzerland SneakPeek!

So I just got back from 7 days in Switzerland with a great friend.  Here is my favorite first edit from the trip. I’m heading to Las Vegas for an Emergency Medicine conference starting Friday. Hopefully, I’ll be able to get some moreView full post »

Week 5 — Campbell County Snowstorm

I was a little late with week 4… so you get two posts in one week!  I woke up to a beautiful snowstorm this morning — so I put on my new snowboots and went looking for something beautiful.  Mission Accomplished.  View full post »

Launching the Travel Bug Boutique!

Finally!  Travel Bug Boutique has launched! This is my travel photo sales website. It has a pretty good selection available currently, but if there are any photos on here that you would like printed- just email me at alisons104@gmail.com andView full post »

Cabo San Lucas

Photos from the trip to Cabo a few weeks ago! Zack and Hope — Hope’s first time in the ocean! Scott, Zane’s dad in the bay at Cabo Chantel (sister-in-law) and Hope (future sister-in-law??) :-)  He sold us bobble-head turtlesView full post »

{Cabo San Lucas Preview}

First photo from the trip to Cabo! This was taken along the coastline at our resort — perfectly called Sunset Beach. Many more to come… but probably after Christmas. Can’t believe how fast Christmas has arrived this year!  And&#View full post »

Launching Travel Bug Fotos e-Store!

I am just days away from the launch of Travel Bug Fotos e-Store! Here is a screen shot – still a lot more work to do but its coming along nicely! Keep an eye out here next week! Please share this with your friends!View full post »

Aspen Alley

One thing I’ve learned about fall in Wyoming is that you never know what you are going to get.  And if you blink, you might miss it. But this year and last, it has been just about perfect. Perfect temperatures. No snow (yet). And the trees areView full post »

Mrs.

So once again, it has been far too long since I’ve updated on here. I’ve been a little busy getting married! The photo below is of Bavaro Beach, in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. We went there for our Honeymoon a couple of weeks ago. IView full post »

Asheville, NC – Late Summer 2011

 These photos were taken on an Early August morning in the hills outside of Asheville, North Carolina. Asheville is known for their foggy mornings from the French Broad River.  Also take note- the spider webs in these photos were a huge source ofView full post »

Bangkok, Thailand

 Bangkok, ThailandFlowers for sale by the locals Bangkok Traffic Houses along the river. Unfortunately, these houses probably all washed away during the flooding this past fall. Bus in Bangkok TukTuk in Bangkok Red Door at the Temples BuddhistView full post »

Days 5-7 in Thailand

These photos are from the end of our time in Phuket. They were taken at the Islands of Phi Phi Ley and Phi Phi Don south of Phuket. We took a ferry ride down to Phi Phi Don, where all the hotels are. On our way to Phi Phi Don, our ferry boat took usView full post »

Days 3-4 in Thailand

 This is a continuation of the photos from our trip to Thailand. This album is very special to me because it is of the day that my fiance and I got engaged! He proposed at the Royal Phuket Yacht Club on a patio overlooking Naihon Beach. The lastView full post »

Busy couple of weeks….

It has been a couple weeks since I posted last — I’ve been spending my time off doing some wedding planning. These photos were taken on Friday, December 2nd in Douglas, Wyoming. I took highway 59 down from Gillette and about 20 milesView full post »

First Days In Thailand

Flying over the Grand Canyon on the flight from Denver to LA We stayed in Patong, which apparently is known for its nightlife. This is one of the bars on the famous Bangla Road. We found a little bit of home in Patong… Mopeds everywhere!View full post »

November Snowstorm

So this weekend, I’m a bit of a bachelorette. My loving fiance is down in Vegas partying with the boys, so what do I do? Pack up my camera and go for a drive. I spent the evening with my parents in Cheyenne but then needed to go get someView full post »

UW Homecoming

October 15th – University of Wyoming Homecoming I spent 6 years in Laramie, Wy, working on my bachelors degree and then getting work experience before going on to grad school. In that 6 years, I don’t remember a single October that was asView full post »

Hello world!

So after years of facebooking my photos, I’ve decided its time to find a new way to share my photos. There are few reasons why I’m switching to blogging I’m not real comfortable with the fine print over at facebook and theirView full post »

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