A Year for Meaning

Last year, around April, I decided to take my photography in SL a little more seriously.  I certainly have a lot more to learn, but there is a distinct and palpable difference between the photos I took prior to March of 2017, and the ones I’ve managed to capture since then.

I’m a creative writer by habit, and so I tried to use that same essence to capture on pixel what I struggle to create on paper … a hidden moment, a secret emotion, a silent confession.

I make no effort to gloat, but I do want to recap the ones you all seemed to like the most, and I’ll group them by how often they captured your attention … in the thousands.

So, here they are … with no ado at all …

The Ones

After the Rain

Frailty

The Sportsman

the Beach at Lonesome Roads 8

Matchpoint

Get Here

Gabriel Speaks to Mary

The Nativity

Binary

Winter Shadows

Fall On Your Knees

The Philosophical Significance of the Special Theory of Relativity

Mad World

Narcissus

The Talented Mr. Ripley

Walden Pond

The One That Got Away

Love Can Win

Waldenhead Turned

Republic Family Time

Republic Family Values

Waiting On My Ride

Sweet Iced Tea

I need to talk to you about something ...

The Fisher

Overexposed

Waiting for you

Getting on Top of Things
The Twos

Portrait of Phan

The Boy and the DaemonCENSORED

Matchpoint 2

Right Here Waiting

End of Night

Nothing Compares 2 U

When You're Not Here

Happy New Year 2017-2018

Southern Hemisphere

How Does It Feel

Further

Wonderful World

 

The Threes (+)

Beach at Lonesome Roads

Man Leaving Shower, Self-portrait

In His Eyes

Jealousy

Fractured Man

Unrequited

One Last Cry

Fireside Chat

One Day I'll Fly Away

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s