Gymnastics travel photos happen wherever I go. I handstand. I flip in the air. I tumble on the beach. I scale on mountains. I needle kick in caves, and so on. I LOVE traveling and I LOVE gymnastics so, I always take gymnastics travel photos whenever it is not too weird…or even if it is weird. I’m OK with doing handstands in crowds :).
My Favorite Gymnastics Travel Photos of 2015
These are in no particular order. Some of these are from my US – Canada Road Trip. Some of them are from Puerto Rico. Some are from other trips. Enjoy!
-Scale in California, right off of Highway 1. This place was pretty cool. We even saw a starfish!
-Me in Puerto Rico enjoying the beautiful sunshine and sites. See more of Puerto Rico in this photo guide.
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-This scale was at Glacier National Park in Montana. Traveling through the western and midwestern portion of the United States (see link for more photos) is a lot of fun. I enjoy the western portion of the United States so much! It is beautiful!
-Vicksburg Battlefield is where this stagged bridge picture was taken. It was part of my US – Canada Road Trip.
-This is nothing but me and my mother being goofy. I think this one might be my favorite gymnastics travel photo of the year. My mother is hilarious and her photobomb is priceless!
-I don’t really enjoy New Orleans that much, but I think its pretty neat. I have a handstand picture on Bourbon Street. By the way, I did not stay on that street for very long…haha
-Flathead Lake = One of my favorite lakes in the US. That crystal clear water! Oh my goodness! It’s a refuge and a getaway. It’s a lake that is awesome but not crazy congested like most lakes during summer. See more about Montana’s Flathead Lake here.
-The Badlands are so unique. I could hardly take my eyes off of the multicolored hills, open green spaces, jagged rocks, colorful formations, wild animals, and blue skies long enough to take this picture.
-Oh my goodness, I love this picture so much. I think my choosing this comes not from the fact that it is the coolest or prettiest shot, but honestly because of the story behind the picture. It’s so personal and explains my love of travel. This picture has roots that link all the way back to my life as a third grader. Check out the story behind this Oregon Trail photo here. Of all of my gymnastics travel photos, this one is probably the least pretty, but I feel like who I am is truly defined by this picture.
–Hunting Island State Park is a wonderful beach and natural area in South Carolina. The wild animals, awesome sea life, old structures, and shark teeth make this location one of my favorites in the state of SC. I like this picture because it is a really cool action shot.
-The Old Sheldon Church Ruins are very close to Beaufort, South Carolina. This is one area that is photographed a lot, but is still worth a visit. This church has a ton of history and is near multiple historic towns and locations.
Seriously, these Gila Cliff Dwellings are a must see! They were part of my US – Canada Road Trip. LOVED THIS PLACE. IT IS SO COOL! That ring kick is pretty cool, too 😉
Another awesome stop on the US- Canada Road Trip of 2015… My stopping at The Donner Memorial stemmed from my obsession with the Oregon Trail (that developed during my primary school days).
This photo taken at White Sands is also the May 2016 Handstand of the Month! Look at that article to see how you can get featured on this blog. If you ever go to White Sands, bring your sled!