Six Month Photo Bomb!!

After six months of driving south I though I’d show off some of the panoramic shots that show best the amazing landscapes we’ve crossed! Hope you enjoy!

Chip Surveying the misty landscape
Utah, USA
Baja, Mexico
Bahia Concepcion, Baja Sur, Mexico
Volcan Ceboruco, Mexico
Street of the Dead and Pyramid of the Sun shot from the top of the Pyramid of the Moon
Street of the Dead and Pyramid of the Sun, Teotehuacan, Mexico
Unknown Pass, Mexico
Palenque, Mexico
Semuc Champey, Guatemala
Adios Lanquin!
Lanquin, Guatemala
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Volcan Acatenanga, Guatemala
Cerro Negro is a polygenetic cinder cone that is part of the Central American Volcanic Arc, which formed as a result of the Cocos plate subducting under the Caribbean plate, at a rate of 9 cm/year. It is the largest and southernmost of four cinder cones that have formed along a NW-SE trend line in the Cordillera de los Maribios mountain range. Despite its youth, Cerro Negro has been one of the most active volcanoes in Nicaragua, with its latest eruption occurring in 1999. Since its birth in 1850, it has erupted approximately 23 times. --
Volcan Cerro Negro, Nicaragua
Volcan Conception in the middle of a massive lake. We stopped for a quick pic on the way to San Juan del Sur.
Volcan Conception, Nicaragua
Royal Sonesta, 27th floor
Panama City, Panama
San Blas Islands, Caribbean
La Mojarra, Colombia
Chicamocha, Colombia

Thanks for reading and looking in on us everyone. Here’s to another amazing 6 months!


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