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Best Photography of 2013

I recently counted down my top 10 (err 11) photos of 2013 on Facebook, so I wanted to put together a blog post with the recap.  One of my resolutions for 2014 is to really take advantage of my blog and do a lot more posting, even if posts aren’t in depth or detailed as I’d like.  I’ve found that worrying about how long it will take to write a blog post, and then never doing it, has been the biggest reason I haven’t posted more in the past year.  Here’s to changing that!  Now to the pictures:

#10 – Tidal Basin Sunrise, Washington, DC, February 2, 2013

#9 – Assateague Pony, Assateague Island, MD, August 3, 2013

#8 – Cherry Blossom Sunrise, Washington, DC, April 10, 2013

#7 – Gargoyle of Notre Dame, Paris, France, June 9, 2013

Gargoyle

#6 – Iceland’s Majesty, Kirkjufell, Iceland, September 22, 2013

#5 – Into the Abyss, Richfield Pier, Ventura County, CA, October, 12, 2013

RinconPier

#4 – Over The Edge, Seljalandsfoss, Iceland, September 19, 2013

Seljallandsfoss

#3a – Capitol Spring, Washington, DC, April 13, 2013

Washington DC Spring Capitol Tulips

#3b – Valley of Gold, Shenandoah National Park, VA, February 24, 2013

#2 – Aurora Over Iceland, Kirkjufellsfoss, Iceland, September 23, 2013

#1 – Meteor in a Haystack, Delaplane, VA, August 15, 2013

 

Thanks for checking out my post, and I hope you enjoyed my best of 2013.  Vote for your favorite below!  I have so many more exciting photos to share with you from the past year, and the one to come, so be sure to follow along with my blog, Facebook page, and website.

Andrew

http://www.AndrewRhodesPhoto.com

http://www.facebook.com/AndrewRhodesPhoto

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Back From Iceland and Post-Processing Away

Iceland-Glacier-Open-Road

 

It’s been a busy month so far, with the highlight being an incredible 8 day journey to Iceland in late September.  The sole purpose of my trip was to photograph Iceland’s immeasurable natural beauty, and on that note the trip was a resounding success.  The weather was fantastic, tourist activity was minimal, and I got one incredible night to shoot the Aurora.  I have a lot to write about Iceland in the coming months, but in the mean time, check out my Iceland Photography page on my website for the best photos of my trip so far.

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