Another year in the books, but not my most productive or impressive year behind the camera.
Lots of work, lots of work travel, getting married, herniating two discs in my back, some ups and downs, and the discovery of an upcoming baby for our family. There were lots of great ‘life’ moments to not take photos and that’s ok. In the meantime, please enjoy a quick look at my favorite snaps of the year.
Let’s get started with my wife, Leslie. I love this photo because it was a spur of the moment shot as we explored Old Havana while making our way to dinner. She looks stunning and the back lighting adds to the drama of this photo. I did good, huh? (With Leslie that is).
Another shot from Havana in an old square where kids were playing some soccer. I loved this scene and the clouds only added to the cool factor.
Every summer Ollie and I do a photo shoot. He’s at ease, I’m at ease. Kinda hard to take a bad photo. Here he is hamming it up for the camera. Two photos of people in this year’s batch! Very rare for me.
But hold the presses! Another photo of a human! This was a person Leslie and I saw at the Hemingway Home in Cuba and I had to take her photo. Turned out swell!
I adore Cuba. The postcards you see of the old 1950s cars? It’s legit!
If anything’s clear after pulling this all together…I need to take more photos in 2018.
Happy New Year!