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2019 Year in Review

2019 Year in Review

Another year, another 10,000 photos. Here are 20 of my favorite from 2019.

It’s always fun and a challenge to try and narrow down a year’s worth of photos into one set of twenty. Fun because it’s great to look back, see where I’ve been, and relive moments that seem so long ago but really were not. And a challenge because, well, see the note above about 10,000* images.

More than that, however, it’s a challenge to select 20 images that are not only eye-catching and technically sound, but to narrow it down to 20 that are also personally meaningful. Because in the end, that’s why I photograph in the first place.

Without further ado, here are my 20 from 2019.

2018 Year in Review

2018 Year in Review

One full year in Colorado and visits to 3 countries and 10+ states. Here are 20 of my favorite images from 2018.

2017 Year in Review

2017 Year in Review

Some big life changes, a move from California back to Colorado, and some quality time spent with camera, both near home and abroad. Here I recap my 20 favorite images from 2017.

Year in review: 2016

Year in review: 2016

I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions, but the transition from one year to the next provides the perfect opportunity to look back – at where you’ve been and how your photography has evolved. Click here to view a collection of my favorite photos of the year as well as a recap of some trips I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to take.

One year in Colorado

One year in Colorado

August wrapped our most recent year in Colorado. We had lived there for the better part of a decade before moving to the Palouse for three years and then had the opportunity (read: wife’s job) to go back to Fort Collins for one year. Given that it was only one year, I knew I better get after it and the make the most of our time in the state.

While there is a lifetime worth of exploring in Colorado, I’m proud to say we made the most of our limited time there.  In no particular order, here are a baker’s dozen of my favorite shots of the year.