2017 in Retrospect

Looking Back on 2017

As 2017 comes to a close and I reflect on all that has transpired I realize it has been a pretty great year! Somehow I managed to meet and/or exceed many of the goals I set out for myself at the beginning of 2017, and that feels pretty damn good.

Recently I took some time to flip through the photos I captured this year. Two thoughts came to mind:

  1. I really like a lot of the photos I made in 2017
  2. I need to spend more time behind the camera in 2018

My Top 10 Photos of 2017

In no particular order, here are my ten favorite photographs from 2017:

Abandoned Beach Cottage | Cape Charles | Eastern Shore | Virginia | How to Photograph for HDR
Abandoned Beach Cottage | Cape Charles | Virginia {About this photo | Prints}

 

Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse | Manteo | Roanoke Island | Outer Banks | North Carolina
Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse | Manteo | North Carolina {About this photo | Prints}

 

Letters From the Past | Antique Typewriter Keys
Letters From the Past | Antique Typewriter {About this photo | Prints}

 

Abandoned Pier in Frisco | North Carolina | Outer Banks
Frisco Pier | Outer Banks | North Carolina {About this photo | Prints}

 

Fall Colors | Mariner's Park | Newport News | Virginia
Mariner’s Park | Newport News | Virginia {About this photo | Prints}

 

Polaroid Land Camera | The 800
Polaroid Land Camera | The 800 {Prints}

 

Father and Son Surfing Duo | Pismo Beach Street Photography
Father and Son Surfing Duo | Pismo Beach | California {About this photo | Prints}

 

The Pull of the Ocean | Shell Beach | California
The Pull of the Ocean | Shell Beach | California {About this photo | Prints}

 

James River Light Trails | Newport News | Virginia
James River Light Trails | Newport News | Virginia {About this photo | Prints}

Thanks for being here and following along with my adventures in 2017. 2018 will be even better…I can feel it!

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