If you find yourself wandering northeast Kansas and pass near Manhattan, stop by Radina’s Coffeehouse in Aggieville and grab a cup of coffee and check out the photos I have on display there until October 16th.
Each January since 2012 I’ve been putting together a slide show of my photos from the previous year. This has been an interesting experience for me and a fun way to review my year. It has also helped me remember all the experiences I was fortunate to have to be grateful for them.
I always do most of my photography “close to home” in and around Kansas. This year for a variety of personal reasons most of my photography was even closer to home and mostly in the Flint Hills and lakes around Manhattan. I did make one trip to the Gyp Hills, a couple of trips to the Teter Rock area and one trip to the Maxwell Wildlife Refuge.
The first photo in the video was made on January 3rd, 2016 and the last on December 28th, 2016.
I’ve already starting putting together a list of places I want to photograph in 2017 and new things I want to learn and try out. I’m looking forward to sharing the journey through the new year.
It is hard to believe that 2017 is just around the corner (where did 2016 go?), but it is time to start thinking about the new year. I’ve got my 2017 Kansas Nature and Landscape calendars for sale online now.
The calendars are $15.50 each, $14.50 if ordering 2-9 and $13.50 if ordering 10 or more (prices do not include shipping). These calendars are printed on demand and will ship direct from the printer, so please allow 10-14 days to receive your order.