35 years ago today, Metallica released the greatest Metal album of all time, Master of Puppets.
My February 2021 Photo of the Month is LM91, a photo taken in the lower Laguna Mountains as a storm was approaching.
The digital revolution began something like 25 years ago. In 1997, as a 20 year old armed with my College Loan money at San Diego State, I bought my first computer at Fry’s Electronics. I didn’t really need the computer. But I wanted to use this thing called the internet, and I didn’t want to have to leave my dorm room to access it.
My January 2021 Photo of the Month is ME56, taken in Santee, California during a beautiful sunset.
My December 2020 Photo of the Month is JT163, a photograph made on Christmas Eve in Joshua Tree National Park.
Well, that sucked.
As part of wrapping up the year, I have again made my list of the music that has had the greatest impact on me that was released this year. This isn’t a “Best of” list, per se, because I didn’t listen to everything released in 2020.
My favorite photographs of 2020 are here. 2020 was not a particularly great year, as you know. But, even with the biggest pandemic in 102 years permanently changing the way we live and interact, there were small moments of peace and contemplation that I was able to document. I hope this collection helps bring some happiness to an otherwise depressing year.
My November 2020 Photo of the Month is LM78, photographed with beautiful Fall Color in our local Laguna Mountains.