As I have been wrapping up my various year-end activities, including publishing a list of my own top ten 2019 travel pictures, I have also been publishing pictures that readers have submitted of their own 2019 travels. My first installment of readers’ 2019 travel pictures can be found here, and the second installment can be found here. In this post, I am publishing the latest round of readers’ travel pictures, including an interesting assortment of readers’ pictures take in various U.S. National Parks. 


The first picture in this round was submitted by Eliza Barry Riker of Chubb. The picture was taken in Glacier National Park, in Montana.


Eliza provided the following picture note: This picture was taken as part of “our summer road trip – a southern loop from Calgary. This is rebirth after a forest fire. Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, Montana.”


The next picture comes to us from Australia and was submitted by Belinda Randall of the Barry Nilsson law firm.


Belinda provided the following note about this remarkable picture: “Aerial panorama taken from a Cessna plane above the stunning Kimberley coast in Western Australia. God’s Country.”


Sean Jordan of IRMI sent in this panorama picture taken in another of the U.S. National Parks, the Joshua Tree National Park, in California:


Sean reports that this picture was taken from the highest point in the Joshua Tree National Park.


Dianna MacDonald of Marsh Risk & Insurance Services sent in this picture, taken in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.


Dianna provided the following note: This is “a photo that I took of Phnom Penh’s Independence Monument on a trip to Cambodia in February of 2019. The monument was built to commemorate the country’s independence from France gained in the 1950s, and now serves as a memorial of sorts for those who lost their lives in the genocide. I find the contrast of the picture striking – the stillness of the monument surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the city and its resilient residents.”


Finally, Jim Proferes of Markel submitted a series of pictures taken in several U.S. National Parks. Here are a few of the pictures Jim sent in.



El Capitan, in Yosemite National Park



Bryce Canyon National Park



Sunset at Zion National Park


I am very grateful to these readers for sending in their pictures. I know that everyone will agree with me that this pictures are terrific. It is a lot of fun to see the various places that readers have traveled and to see their great pictures.


I hope this latest set of pictures will inspire even more readers to submit their own pictures. I am prepared to publish as many pictures as readers want to submit. Please send those pictures in!