Holy Smokes. 2018 is almost here. I can’t believe it but I’m sooooo excited. 2018 is going to be the best year ever. EVERRRRRRR.
But before the ball drops, I love going through and picking out my favorite images from the past year. I think they’re interesting to see since most of my favorites are probably not your favorite. And I don’t have a top 10 or anything like that. It’s so hard to narrow it down to 10. I imagine it’s like your parents choosing who their favorite child is. So here it is, in no particular order, here are my 14 favorite image of 2017 from Washington DC.
And if you’re interested, click on each of the images to go back to that original blog post. I think it’d be interesting to see what I had to say about them at the time of taking the images.
Still remember this day like it was yesterday. It was amazingly foggy and I had spent a good 1.5-2 hours just walking around the National Mall. I was about to call it quits and walk back to my car when I saw the Jefferson Memorial looking like a dream. You know I had to stop and take a few more images.
The Yayoi Kusama exhibit at the Hirshorrn was a HUGE highlight of 2017. I waited sooo long to see it and was honored to have been able to go twice. This image was from my first visit. I’m still amazed I got to go in the room by myself. Click here to watch my youtube video of the experience.
Our first real snow of 2017 happened when the cherry blossoms were about to bloom. Oh man, I think this was the first time I really didn’t want it to snow. But in the end, it all worked out for the better.
YAY for cherry blossoms. You know I had to add at least 1 or 2 in here. I love this particular image because it’s so different from what I usually do. OMG there are people in my images. LOL. But my favorite part is the guy walking right on the sunburst. I was 100% lucky to be able to capture that.
From one of the best days ever of 2017. The crazy foggy cherry blossom morning at the Tidal Basin.
Another one from that fog-a-licious day.
My friend, Del taking in the Lincoln Memorial.
I think it’s so interesting how the rain drops stayed balled up on top of the succulents after a big rain storm.
Just a couple of minutes after I took the succulents image, I captured this amazing puddle.
Triple Rainbow!!! Never would have I imagined to have captured such a cool reflection shot. One of my all time favs.
I really love how the clouds are in the same shape and form as the branches. And that yellow/gold color *praise hands emoji*
One of my favorite unexpected finds.
So thankful for my friend, Christa who took me to this rooftop. Loved being up there!
My last sunrise of 2017. It was a cold and beautiful one. Just look at that glow 🙂
On Monday, I’ll have my favorite images from travel. Those are my favorite out ’em all!
Have a fun and safe New Years Eve everyone! See ya in 2018!