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New Year's Photowalk edition
Making new friends and reuniting with old ones
Happy new year everyone!
As is the custom with many folks at this time of the year, one of my favorite things to do is making a compilation reel of Photowalk highlights from 2019.
I call it the “Friends edition,” because that’s what it is.
The big trend for us in 2019: making new friends and reuniting with old ones on Photowalks. Thank you Josh, Christine, Jan, Jose, Klaus, Kirstin and Kristin, Jessica, Bob and Marla, Tanjareen, Dave, Anthony, Steve, Ginger, Rabbi Kalev, Patricia, Sharon and Christian for joining us on (camera) for these travel photography adventures. Off camera there was Tony, Ruth, Robin, Scott and Sean.
You notice things when your camera eye is open that you just don’t other times, like big and little details, buildings and people that seem way more interesting than when you’re soaring past at 20 or 30 MPH. And when you get another photographer by your side, instead of your two eyes, you’ve got four of them on the case. The enthusiasm is infectious and just makes for a great day.
Thank you Scott Heath for the amazing photo from Riverside, of myself with Steve Brazill at the end of our recent Photowalk day. This about says it all. (From the next Photowalk video—look for it in mid-January!)
Our top ten most watched Photowalk videos of 2019:
2. San Pedro
6. Catalina (thank you locals!)
This is 2020—where’s next?
But we’ll begin first with lush Hilo, the garden jewel of the Big Island of Hawaii. which is a given–we’ll be there in mid-January, edit Riverside and get that posted and than explore more of #SoCal.
Where would you like to see us go? I’m all ears. @jeffersongraham on Twitter.
Tweet(s) of the week
We loved checking out the roses at the Fiesta Parade Float facility again, 36 hours before the start of the big parade. And doing a short little guitar tribute to the late, great Broadway composer, Jerry Herman.
Instagram of the week
We’ve got a hole waiting to be filled. Are there are any good New year’s sales perhaps?
Thanks as always for watching, reading and listening in 2019—happy new year everyone! And auld lang syne too!
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