"A joy that is not shared is incomplete" - Robert Morneau

My 5 Favorite Photos of the Decade, 2010 – 2019

For those of you have followed along with this blog for a while, you'll certainly know that part of my year-end tradition is looking back at the photos I've taken for the year, and choosing my 5 favorites.  I started this tradition back in 2015 (if you want to know the "why" behind the practice, check out that post) and I enjoyed it so much that I have since gone back and picked favorites for every year all the way back to 2010.  Well, with this year being the start of a new decade, I wanted to pause one more time to look back - not at the previous year, but the last decade - and I hope...

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Something Different

Holly's Story

Survivor

Holly was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 33.  Holly’s Story is her blog about breast cancer survival.

Picture Me, Loving You

Picture Me, Loving You

It’s different, and maybe a little whacky, but it will hopefully have you intrigued! Check out the photo-narrative!

Dan on TV

Life on the Farm

Dan and Holly bought a small farm in 2018 and building their “forever home” there now.  Follow along here!

Project Car

Project Car

Dan may or may not have an obsession with cars.  Follow along with his dream car build up; a 1967 Camaro.

Singapore from 50 Stories Up

When I started my series on Singapore a couple weeks ago, I said I would probably end up doing a photo essay just so I could get through all the pictures I wanted to share this go around, without being camped here for a couple months.  Well... I've changed my mind,...

Sunrise with the Merlion

Singapore has given me a number of images over the years that I really like, and one of the spots I enjoy going is down along the boardwalk at the Merlion statue.  The Merlion, and of course the Marina Bay Sands building, is just so Singapore, it's really hard to pass...

Down at the Docks

This is kind of funny (to me), and maybe even a little embarrassing to admit, but last year when I left Singapore I felt like I'd seen all there was to see.  I absolutely LOVE Singapore, but it's such a small country, and I've spent a fair amount of time there... I...

Cheonggyecheon – Nature Restored to the City

Happy Mother's Day!  Today's image and post have nothing to do with mothers, but I did want to take just a second and say thanks to all the mothers out there, on this your special day.  I hope you all experience lots of love from your families today, in whatever way...

The Palace Doors – A Photo Essay on Changdeokgung

When I visited South Korea for the first time, back in 2017, I did something I don't typically do - I didn't research it AT ALL.  I literally just showed up and winged it.  It honestly made for a pretty cool experience, because frankly sometimes I will research a...

Bukchon Hanok Village

These days its difficult to travel, especially internationally, and even if the travel bans were lifted, I'm guessing many would still be skeptical of traveling to Asia still, for fear of the corona virus.  BUT, just because we can't go there physically, doesn't mean...

Stormy Sunrise

I don't know about you, but I've REALLY been enjoying the dogwoods this year.  It seems they've hung around longer than normal (or maybe since we're all stuck in quarantine mode, I'm just taking the time to notice them more), which has been great for photographing...

A COVID Easter Sunday

Well happy Easter everyone! My family and I just finished a nice long video call on Zoom, and I thought, if ever there was a "picture of the week", this was it!  All three of our individual family units, all huddled around a computer screen so that we could stay...

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