Sure, Instagram had a rough end to 2012 with those TOS changes and subsequent retractions.
But the mobile app has also been one of my favorite discoveries of 2012 (other photography app suggestions: Pixlromatic, Camera+, Diptic, Snapseed, Flickr). While I can’t realistically bring my DSLR camera everywhere, I always have my iPhone with me. What’s more is that the Instagram community is an awesome place. Interacting with other mobile photographers through Instagramers Seattle and Josh Johnson’s #jj forums takes Instagram to a different level entirely. Here are some of my favorite personal mobile shots from 2012.
This is my second post in a series on my recent trip to Peru. In my first post, I talked about hiking Huayna Picchu at Machu Picchu. Stay tuned for thoughts on Cusco, the Sacred Valley, Lima, and more.
When my girlfriend and I were planning our trip to Peru, we had a big decision to make: Spend our final three days at Lake Titicaca or spend them in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. We chose the latter.
Why? We thought it might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and the reviews of the Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion lodge were stellar. I’m hoping to go into more detail about the wonderful lodge, its employees and our other excursions in the Amazon in another post. But for now, I wanted to detail our experiences on a day-hike inside Tambopata National Reserve to Lake Sandoval.
That awkward moment when you win fantasy because you started Golden Tate.
— ESPN (@espn) September 25, 2012
Russell Wilson became the first QB in history to throw a game-winning interception.
— Reign of Troy (@ReignofTroy) September 25, 2012
Fuck it NFL.. Fine me and use the money to pay the regular refs. — TJ Lang (@TJLang70) September 25, 2012
Hungover. What happened last night?
— NFL Replacement Ref (@ObliviousNFLRef) September 25, 2012
These games are a joke.
— Troy Aikman (@TroyAikman) September 25, 2012
Seahawks banned from Xbox Live for hacking.
— The Fake ESPN (@TheFakeESPN) September 26, 2012
Last night, the Seahawks beat the Packers 14-12.I DVR’d the game and watched it later, just like the refs. #fallonmono
— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) September 26, 2012
According to Apple Maps that was a touchdown. #ScabRefs
— Raven Brooks (@ravenb) September 25, 2012
This is my first post in a series on my recent trip to Peru. Stay tuned for thoughts on Cusco, the Sacred Valley, Lima, the Amazon, and more.
I recently went on the most amazing adventure of my life to Peru with my girlfriend. We only spent 10 days in the country, but somehow we made our way all over. In fact, Peru is divided into three regions (the coast, the Andes, and the Amazon) and we hit all three. I’ll try to cover everything else in upcoming posts, but I thought I’d start things off with a bang: Our Huayna Picchu hike at Machu Picchu.
The reason I want to start with this is because of the research I did before the trip. There’s a lot of confusing information out there about hiking Huayna Picchu, mostly along the lines of, “It’s the most dangerous hike EVER!!!11!” I was pretty nervous about the hike after seeing this all over the internet, yet it didn’t turn out to be true at all. But let’s start with the basics.
The Seattle from the AMC television show “The Killing”
The real Seattle
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Trying to organize my photos, so here’s a post of landscapes I’ve taken in the past year. You can also view the set on Flickr.