Photography – Year in Review

It is still January right?

Instead of looking through all my images or even culling the weekly summaries I opted to see which ones had lingered in my head. These are the ones I remembered. Some of them were pretty popular on the Internets but others received little attention.

my grandfather's funeral
This is an unposed image of my grandfather’s girlfriend at his funeral.

I went through the desert . . .

ride to school

of the city

A For Adventure - Wonder - Jackson Ward

I don't even like cats

Clinton - Stranger #47

Stranger #48 - Eugene Wallace

a kiss

One of the pictures I missed that lingered. I can’t find or erased another of a woman holding her hand up to the glass of a window at night. I must do a better job with metadata.
just part of the scenery

Comments on this post

  1. Jim Groom said on January 22, 2015 at 9:34 am

    An unbelievably brilliant year of photography. And you are starting to demonstrate some very cool themes, relationships, or whatever you want to call it making the photos tell a story beyond the individual shot. You are really seeing the world with an artist’s eye–whatever the hell that is 🙂

    • Tom Woodward said on January 22, 2015 at 2:35 pm

      Well put. 🙂

      When are you coming back down to take some pictures and hang out?

      I’m also planning a North VA fossil hunt for giant prehistoric shark teeth once things warm a bit.

      • Alan Levine said on January 23, 2015 at 1:20 am

        I remember nearly all of these too, and I’ve enjoyed your weekly wrap ups and commentary as well.

        It would be interesting in a review to see the ones forgotten.

        Keep clicking

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