Thursday, December 28, 2017

Photo Essay: Top Posts of 2017

Well, here we are in the final days of 2017—time to reflect back on the year that was.

I crossed a couple items off of my bucket list, fell in love with some new places I'd discovered (but, thankfully, no people), and fell into a hole in the floor.

I rode some trains, and I paid my respects to some dead planes.

I have my own favorite moments of the year, but as is my annual tradition, here follows what brought the most eyeballs to this site. (They're not necessarily the ones that people liked the most; they're just the ones that the most people looked at.)

It pleases me to no end that one of the most-read posts of mine was a personal story—a bit of a memoir that went back almost 20 years and came full circle this year.

After all, not all regrets have something to do with a particular place, and avoiding regret isn't always about crossing something off a list.



Sentimental Lady




Photo Essay: On the Sleeper Car to San Diego




Photo Essay: Making Magic Monsters That Move at a Robot Factory




Down the Rabbit Hole




The End of the Line at the Subway Terminal Building, Underground




Photo Essay: Birding Anza-Borrego During the Superbloom




Photo Essay: A Different Type of Church




Photo Essay: The Last of Pantages' Vaudeville Palaces




Photo Essay: The Boneyard at the Former Cal-Aero Flying Academy




Photo Essay: Where Airplanes Go To Rest

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