I don’t take many family photos; I tend to think of San Francisco as
I love the people, their kindness; that I can laugh with a stranger
on the bus.
Some of these photos were not taken this year but I don’t consider
a photo complete until I process it.
So these are a my favorites from the photos I processed in 2017.
I may already have posted a couple of these.
This is a shot of kids walking through Clarion Alley in San Francisco’s Mission
District. It’s one of my favorite shots and I finished it this year, I think.
I love this mural. The artist seems to capture the essence of curiosity.
My favorite Hitchcock movie is The Birds. It’s OTT but scary. This photo
is my tribute to The Birds. The title is a piece of dialogue spoken by a drunk in a bar.
I found this in my 2011 archives a couple of weeks ago and realized I was
looking at a collaboration between strangers. By taking a photo I
joined the collaboration. It’s absolutely a favorite of 2017 and something
I’m still working on.
I took this photo through the window of a United flight between Virginia and
San Francisco. There’s something poetic about it. I recently posted a different edit as an illustration for a poem.
The Christmas tree is up, but something is missing. There are no gifts under it, and I need your help to put that right.
For this year’s Christmas charity appeal, I’m asking you to help me raise up to £365 for The Dogs Trust.
The Dogs Trust, formerly known as the National Canine Defence League, is an animal welfare charity and humane society in the United Kingdom which specialises in the well-being of dogs. Click here to go to their website.
Want to get involved? Here’s what you need to do.
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