Thursday, December 31, 2009

2009 In Review

Furman University Clock Tower

It is the end of another year. 2009 has come and gone faster than I thought it would. Seems that the years speed up as we get older. Looking back through my photographs of past year, I can remember all of the good times I had behind the camera. That hunk of plastic, metal, glass and electronics has been a welcome friend, tool, and therapist these past twelve months and longer. Honestly, I don't know how I would have made it through the year as sane as I am without it. It says something though. We all need to have some way to express ourselves that can both keep the world at bay and put it into perspective for us.

Here is a link to my Favorite Photographs of 2009. Click through the break for a Flash slideshow of the 2009 Favorites gallery.

I hope that next year is even better than this year for you.

Keep shooting.


Pixel Peeper said...

Happy New Year to you and your family! I've been enjoying your photos and comments all year and look forward to next year's.

Agree with you on the "photography keeps you sane" theory - I once quit a job because it didn't allow me any time to take pictures of magnolias, dogwoods, or azaleas one spring!

Here's to 2010 and all the good things it may bring!

Craig Lee said...

Happy New Year, Pixel!