When the year began, this is is what I was photographing.
If you’ve been following this blog you know I’ve come a long way since January. In fact, I’ve come a long way since starting this blog over the summer. And I am thankful for that.
This has turned out to be a very good year. A beautiful year, actually. I’ve had so many adventures as well as time with friends and family and have learned a lot. I’ve traveled near and far, spent countless hours relaxing on the back porch and met some special people along the way.
I still do some black and whites but have come to enjoy more playing with color and light. In fact, most of my recent black and whites exist because the color or light is poor but the conversion salvages the picture. Here’s what I’ve been photographing lately.
My life isn’t what I thought it would be a year ago but that’s ok because it has turned out to be great anyway. In fact, looking back on last January, it’s leaps and bounds more than I could have asked for or imagined.
I am cautiously optimistic that 2019 is going to be even better and I look forward to seeing what life has in store. I’m certain something special is around the next corner.
Happy New Year, my friends. Make 2019 amazing!
What a gorgeous dress in the final image! It’s the little things in life that makes life worthwhile. I couldn’t help noticing that you have been to Washington, DC and Utah. Two very photogenic areas. Going back out west (Utan, Colorado, Montana, Idaho, Washington) this year. Can’t wait!! Outstanding images, as usual. Keep up the good work.
I met a friend in Salt Lake City last summer. We spent a couple of days there and roadtripped down to Arches and Canyonland. It was my first time in the desert and I just couldn’t get enough of it. That wedding shot was taken in Temple Square in Salt Lake during that trip. If you’re bored and want to go back to August, you’ll find my pictures and observations from that trip. Thanks for your lovely comments and support today! I always love chatting with folks who have similar interests.