My Favorite Photos From All Seven Continents

I’m always asked about the photos I take and am in. I often get asked what my favorites are but it’s so hard to say. However, since I am way behind on my blog and I couldn’t motivate to write an actual post I thought this would be a fun, easy way to get back into the swing of it. Here are my favorite photos from all seven continents!

Lee Abbamonte, Bhutan, Tigers Nest, Monastery, Asia
The Tigers Nest Monastery in Bhutan…an amazing place to be after a nice hike up in the small Asian kingdom.

Lee Abbamonte, Kjerag, Kjeragbolten, Norway, fjords, Europe
Atop Kjeragbolten, some 4000 feet above Lysefjord in Norway…an incredible hike and what a view-just watch your step!

North America
Lee Abbamonte, Calgary, Stampede, Canada, North America, Alberta
Ready to go to the Calgary Stampede in Alberta, Canada…first time getting my cowboy on-great experience!

Lee Abbamonte, Antarctica, Queen Maud Land, Ice Caving
Ice Caving in Queen Maud Land, Antarctica…one of the most memorable things I have ever done!

South America
Lee Abbamonte, Torres del Paine, Chile, Patagonia, South America
Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, Chile…one of the worlds most beautiful places!

Lee Abbamonte, Wave Rock, Hyden, Australia, Western Australia
Surfing Wave Rock in Hyden, Western Australia…very cool place to visit and quite photogenic!

Lee Abbamonte, Djenne, Mali, Africa, mud mosque
At the worlds largest mud mosque in Djenne, Mali…amazing country full of great places to visit!

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  1. Great pics!… except that they all have a dude in them who looks like a creepy Where’s Waldo.

  2. Nice! I haven’t been to Mali, that is my favorite shot of yours tho the ice caving is cool, haven’t done that either. I have pix from all continents too but never with me in them–I almost never shoot people, including myself! The problem is I run the risk that no one believes I was there 😉

  3. Amazing photos, I can see why they’re your favourites. I love the ice cave in Antarctica, looks like such a magical place!

  4. I really want to see the Kjeragbolten but I dont know if I’d be up for standing there. How big is the area where you are standing on there? I’m really hoping to get out to Djenne sometime soon. Looking to do some west africa this year if possible. I think the Situation in Mali is a bit tenuous however…any advice of traveling there? Did you go overland between any of the countries?

    Love the wave photo too…awesome.

    • It’s a very small area and awkward stepping down onto it and yes it’s scary!

      I did go overland in all of West Africa and yes I would stay away from Mali currently.

  5. The Tigers Nest Monastery in Bhutan. That’s easy to be a pet photo. it’s incredibly beautiful. It’s a kind of a picture that can live in one’s mind for a long, long time.

  6. Amazing and very fascinating pics , thank you.

  7. Sweet! Glad to see Calgary made your list!

  8. Those are AWESOME pictures!!!

  9. Melissa Ware says

    Great pictures! It inspires me to travel more. I would love an opportunity to travel to all 7 continents.

  10. These are all fabulous photos but am wondering how you are able to fund all those great trips since it comes with a huge cost.

  11. Caroline Barnes says

    So very jealous but so cool someone out there is living a dream! I’ve also traveled extensively for years in my prior profession, would return home finding it difficult to even try and explain what I saw, Tasted and the interesting people I met. Your photos will be the only travel most people will get to experience, sadly they have no idea what their missing. I just returned from Southeast Asia 7 weeks, wow love the Thai people and a MUST trip back to Vietnam. Keep going Lee, your right you only live once! The “stuff” we collect is not what we die with, our experiences make us who we are! You are inspiring me to take a break from my business and lock up the home and go see the world! Be safe, loving your photos go for it!

  12. Jealous! Hopefully, I will be in Mali next year!

  13. That’s amazing! We hope to visit all seven continents one day too! The pic from Kjeragbolten looks both exciting and a bit scary.

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