Yesterday was my 500th consecutive day of walking 3 or more miles and I thought I would share a few thoughts about the experience.
Well, that sucked.
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.
It’s important that nothing in this post is meant for complaint.
Rather, I would like to take a moment to laugh at just how ridiculous and crazy our pandemic-ridden world has gotten.
So on that note, let’s talk going to the grocery store.
I am staying inside but I am aware of the beautiful clouds outside! So on that note, I have decided to work on the archive and share some of my favorite cloud photographs. Let’s call them Cloudscapes.
This is the latest from my Unprocessed Sunday series, posted a day late and covering a favorite locale, Mission Trails Regional Park.
My March 2020 Photo of the Month is LM115, taken in early March during a rainstorm clearing the Laguna Mountains in San Diego County.
2020 Is The Lost Year. Perhaps the best way to reflect on a lost year is to seek some normalcy and post a few of the many unprocessed photographs from the last couple years. This should be part of my Unprocessed Sunday series that I have been meaning to get to.