Quite a year 2012 turned out to be for Views Infinitum. I traveled near and far to bring photographs to share and talk about. We all enjoyed each others photos through six more assignments. As we are about to turn the page to a new year, I wish to share with you my ten best photos and the blog posts they appeared in.
Combining the use of an iPhone app and knowledge of blue hour, I photographed this view of the Carrier Dome on the Syracuse University campus.
By far my favorite Washington, DC monument is the World War II Memorial on the Mall between the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial.
During the middle of a hot summer, the Budweiser Clydesdales 8 Horse Hitch came to my hometown to liven up the summer doldrums.
While attending the Syracuse Nationals Hot Rod Show, I got up close and personal with this highly customized 2006 Dodge Magnum called the Cro-Magnum.
On a trip with my daughter driving through the United States Midwest, we stopped off at the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri. Having taken lots of standard touristy photos of the Arch, I found this angle to be my favorite from the day’s adventure.
I chased the weather to see the effects of a passing storm front on the Oswego Harbor’s breakwall and lighthouse.
While visiting my daughter’s new home in Tallahassee, Florida, I was helped by a local photographer who steered me to Miller Landing Road, a designated canopy road.
After Tallahassee, we drove down to Orlando and the magical land of Walt Disney World to take part in Epcot’s 30th Anniversary celebration.
The new American Hockey League (AHL) season saw me trying to impress the Syracuse Crunch management on a tryout contract photographing the team. Photos like this helped me get the contract extended for the rest of the season.
Since I started my blog about four years ago, I have meet many other photographers around the state of New York. The special group living around Ithaca have accompanied me on several adventures through its gorges and waterfalls. It was on one such adventure I was shown Wells Falls with its photogenic deteriorating power station.
On to 2013 and more exciting photography, travel and fun! Happy New Year!