December 27 – Countdown to 2021!
As the Python say “And now for something completely different.”
Only a few more days until we can kiss 2020 goodbye. Like most people, I look forward to the end of 2020 and to all the craziness that the year brought. But with less than a week to go, I’m looking back on the things that I wanted to do this year.
The main things that I wanted to do in 2020 was 1) to shoot a lot of club baseball games including the DI and DII playoffs and world Series, 2) shoot more high school sports especially football and track, and 3) to travel, travel, travel.
I love to travel to other countries. I have been very fortunate to travel almost around the world. Of course, my camera(s) always go with me and photography is a major activity of the trip.
My plan was to travel to at least one destination every month where I had to fly to get there. I started by heading to Portland, OR in January to visit a nephew. In February I had plans to several several weeks in Germany. Well, you know what happen to all the sports and I only made it to Portland before things started to go South in 2020, big time.
So, for the rest of this year I’m going to share some photos of my past travels as I walk down memory lane and hopefully say hello once again to traveling in 2021.
The photo above is where I stayed at in Portland. It’s a tiny house that you could rent very close to my nephew’s office. It was an awesome experience and very close to bars and restaurants. – and of course Portland has some great microbrews, just saying.
I was able to get a great view of Mt. Shasta while flying to Portland from Los Angeles.
My nephew and I did some site seeing outside of Portland and in Washington state including a stop at several beautiful waterfalls.
Until next post be safe, be kind, and think of what you really missed in 2020 and hope to do again in 2021.
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