Given that we have only 12 days left in this rather bizarre year, the time has come for me to review my rather smaller than usual collection of images and pick some favourites. With the pandemic occupying 9 months of the year and shutting down most of the events I would normally be attending, I’ve shot very much less than usual – my Lightroom catalog has grown by only 8400 exposures this year compared to 22,000 last year – but I still managed to find a dozen frames that are either good, significant or both. Of these, 3 were taken before any of us had an idea of what “social distancing” was, and the remainder were created after the middle of March when everything in Texas started shutting down.
Here are my selections, in chronological order.
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