Photo Essay: 2017 in Photos

2017 was a year for the books. In terms of my blog and photography, it was historic. I saw the most, photographed the most, traveled the most and did the most. I started my website this year, and managed to get nearly 2,000 views in under 6 months from 41 countries on 57 posts.

Of course, it wasn’t such a good year for everyone. Along with increased risk from global warming, problems have arisen such as tensions between the US and other nations such as Cuba and North Korea that have threatened both the safety of civilians and the ability to travel. This year has been a stressful one, full of terror, fear and change. But along with all that, 2017 has taught me a lot. And for that I am grateful. So, here are the top 10 photos of the year.

Yellow and Black
Yellow and Black
I Got Wet
I Got Wet
Volcanic
Volcanic
Splash
Splash
Blue Water
Blue Water
Ruined
Ruined
Pismo Dunes
Pismo Dunes
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The Battery
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Take Pride: Castro
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Imperial Rays

 

These are the photos that best describe my year. From Peru to the Us, Atlantic to Pacific, Winter to Summer. 2017 was a year to remember. But 2018 will be even better.

2018 will be my year. My year for traveling, success and photography. I will succeed my expectations, and the expectations of others, and become the best me I can be. I will join together with companies in order to create masterful content and beautiful photos and stories.

2018 will be my year. Make it yours too.

One Comment

  1. Georgie Templeton

    Can’t wait to do some traveling with you this year Max

    Liked by 1 person

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