Best of Wallpaper Wednesday 2018
Let’s take a look back at the year’s Best Wallpaper Wednesday images from 2018.
Paulo LaBerge sent us this image from Ontario, Canada!
Kevin Breitenbach sent me a few shots under the heading “gnome hunting the Alaska Range”.
Chris Ferguson sent us a shot on his first overnighter of the year at Sutton Salt Lake in central Otago, New Zealand.
Cory Kittle snapped this shot of his Beargrease on the north fork of Eagle River, Alaska.
Greg Murray shot this at Southampton, Long Island, New York.
Alan Young shot this at the summit of the Elfin Lakes Trail in Garibaldi Provincial Park near Squamish, British Columbia, Canada
Becky & Byron Vordemann live, ride, teach, study, parent and make custom frame bags in the Teton Valley
Peter Warwick shot this pastoral landscape in Wawayanda Park, Northern New Jersey.
Monte McAnulty shared this beautiful shot after a nice rain up in Cottonwood Canyon, Nevada.
Antti Hakonen shot this sunset photo at a lakeshore in Finland
Paul Niebuhr sent in this shot from Chaska, Minnesota.
Eckart Altenkamp capped his year-long Aussie WW Series with this photo of him riding into the sunrise on the superb WAA line heading east across the desert on day two of the 2018 Simpson Desert Challenge.
Let us know which month is your favorite in the comments!
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My vote is for June. Its terrifying!
It wasn’t an easy choice but I’ve got to say February.
The photo gives me a feeling of being out there. Middle of the middle of nowhere type feeling. With the forest in the distance and the mountains rising above, it’s an amazing shot.
Like the road to Khazad-dûm! Epic!
May. What a view!
My vote is for April. Beautiful shot with the Mountains.
I have to go with January. I love being in the pines.
The sense of peace and quiet conveyed talks to my soul.