to continue

to continue

2013 was a crazy year with amazing and wonderful moments, (plenty of the usual crap of course,) and some of the happiest times I’ve had in many years. I’m forever grateful to the people who made those times happen. I was able to spend a lot more time on the road, seeing and photographing some incredible places and meeting awesome G plussers which I’m excited to continue doing throughout 2014.  

Thank you all for making every day more interesting, beautiful, informative, humorous, and awesome. xoxo  

I wish you all a healthy, happy and photography-filled 2014!

#happynewyear2014  

time

time

Russell-Fields pier, Panama City Beach, Florida

#pierphotography  

gone

gone

Some of my posts are missing from my profile stream. The photos are still in the albums but I don’t know why the posts are gone. I hope it’s just another glitch and will fix itself soon.  

#pleasebringbackmyposts   #landscapephotography   #seascapephotography  

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!  

This is one of the windows of my neighbor’s house. Each year, along with the more typical lights and stuff, they do these beautiful window displays.  So, really this post is a Merry Christmas from me and my neighbors!!  😉

Have a wonderful holiday everyone!!  

#rightnowImissthesnow   #HappyHolidays   #MerryChristmas2013  

lull

lull

It was a nice, calm break from the chaos of the holidays at the lake yesterday evening.

#lakeapopka   #catchupnight  

epiphany

epiphany

#cloudscapephotography   #sunset  

go

go

I wanted to be wordless today but I saw several more posts about the new G+ changes and want to give my two cents.  

First, YAY! You can still get to Albums view by going to the the Home/Profile drop down on the left, Clicking on Photos, drop down More, then choose Albums.  But seriously – we have to do all that to get there? Yuck.  

Displaying photos is the core reason for many of us to use G+ and I hope a fix for this will happen soon.  I love Google+ and want to continue using it for many years to come.  I know most of the people who bother to say anything about these changes and how it affects them feel the same way.  We really appreciate your responsiveness and consideration of our suggestions.  Thanks!  

Vincent Mo Brian Matiash 

#DTLA   #playing  

surprise ending

surprise ending

A quick shot as I got home barely in time to capture some of tonight’s cool skies.  Wavy clouds one way, and lovely pastels the other.  No complaints.  🙂 

Tree Tuesday with thanks to Shannon S. Myers Allan Cabrera Ralph Mendoza Kim Troutman & Christina Lawrie 

#treetuesday   #palmtree   #sunsetphotography  

complexity

complexity

#archesnationalpark   #landscapephotography  

transform

transform

#sunsetphotography   #lakeapopka   #fridaythe13th