Wonderful, Glorious. (My favourite photos of 2013 Part 1)
The year is almost over so it’s a good time to showcase some of my favourite photos from 2013. This is part 1.
I didn’t get out taking photos as often as I’d like to have but most amateur photographers with kids are in the same boat I presume. People ask me what’s my favourite style of photography and I used to say I don’t have one. My previous photography blog was called Eclectic Images, which summed up my style. But looking through my photos I’ve noticed that I’ve taken more and more abstract photos.
I’m photographing my friends wedding just before Christmas and getting a new Pentax K-5ii from Santy (thanks Debbie! X). So it’s going to be an exciting finish to 2012 and I’m looking forward to 2013 with my new camera.
Happy Christmas to everyone, thanks for visiting during the year.
My son, Conor lying still long enough for me to snap this
Connacht rugby player Brett Wilkinson & team mates at a rugby match at The Sportsground, Galway.
A light bulb and the reflection on a metal lampshade. I stumbled upon this in an antique store in Brussels.
I like the simplicity of a plain blue sky broken by a simple airplane chemtrail.
A suburb of Liverpool taken from an airplane on a flight to Liverpool for a football game.
Wonderful, Glorious is a song title and album title from teh latest album by The Eels.