2013 in Photography: Now for the Good
Posted on December 31st, 2013
It’s the end of the year and rather than ANOTHER “Best Of” list, I thought I would just list all good about photography in 2013 , and maybe also just some things I liked (in no particular order). Here we go:
All my clients and true friends, you’ve taught me and sustained me through another year.
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