2017 was a wonderful year for me. I had some of the biggest projects I've ever done, my business is growing, and best of all I got married and went on an incredible honeymoon. I traveled a lot more than I expected this year, and I'm planning to fill 2018 with even more growth in both my business and my travels. So, let's take a look at everything that happened.
I initially did an outline of the entire year, which was pretty lengthy. When I started to fill it out with photos I realized I'd have a hefty megapost on my hands, so I decided to split it up into months. You know I love a meal of several courses much more than a wild feast. Everything would get cold before you could get to it. Who wants that?
Let's get started:
Jan 1st - New Years & Visiting Buds
Alex and Annika visited for New Years from Finland. We watched the fireworks at Prospect Park. We hung out for several days while they were in town. The photo above is from Jan. 4th, when we went to Red Hook for reasons I cannot recall.
Jan 5th - Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The crew wanted to take off after about two hours, I still wanted to see the whole rest of the museum. I don't know why I don't ever just go by myself so I can spend the whole day there. There's a lesson in there that I can't seem to internalize.
Jan 13th - Winter Trip to Vermont!
13th - 15th. Winter Vermont Trip. Stopped in Hudson on the way up. Cooked prime rid and yorkshire pudding. Was not impressed with the prime rib, given how expensive it was. I suspect I failed in cooking it somehow.
Jan 19th - First Vlog attempt of the year
Late January - Edited tons of photos from 2016
Jan 31st - Winter photos in Glendale.
Took some winter photos near Evergreen Park on the border of Ridgewood and Glendale, Queens. This is right around the corner from my house, and I think this was the first snow of the year in new york city that year. Or it may have just been the first time it snowed that I actually went outside. I was very excited to take the pictures and I think I posted some on instagram, but most of them sat around in Lightroom until December, when I finally wanted some more snowy pictures.
That's it for January 2017. Tune in next time for February :)