There’s something self-aggrandizing and myth-making about year end lists. They usually mean a lot more to the author or photographer or whoever than to the audience they’re intended for. But so it goes. In the end it’s as much of a review as a showcase. I like looking back over my work, seeing what worked and what didn’t, what can be improved upon, what themes ran through, and what growth. I don’t believe in top tens or bests ofs; I’d much prefer a bludgeoning. So here are some images all taken in 2016. Probably a hundred plus. From distant shores and islands to mountains and temples and cities and everything else in between. Some work and some personal. Some that have made it into my portfolio and others that have fallen onto the cutting room floor. In no particular order. But all here now. So behold. And thank you. I don’t say that enough.
5 thoughts on “Complex Navigational Theory & The Year in Review”
Going through your photos I remember posts from earlier in the year – the ones in Oceania, or Mongolia – and once again I realised what a gifted photographer you are, Aaron. Well done, here’s to a 2017 that’s even richer in memories and interesting places!
Great selection! Good luck in future 🙂
Bravo, what an excellent gallery!
I must admit that those all are beautiful pictures. Following you since long but this pictures rejuvenated me. Thank You.