December 26, 2020

Photo Essay: Top Posts of 2020

What a weird year it's been. 

But despite the pandemic's closures and lockdowns, I still managed to get out and about—safely, often from the safety of my car. 

I just had to shift my focus away from scheduled group events and travel outside of Southern California and back to exploring my own backyard. 

And there's still a lot to explore.

This year, I've been grateful for California "car culture" more than ever—and have tried to make the most of it. 

I've spent a lot more time alone this year than I have since 2012 or 2013, but I'm more comfortable with my own company than I've ever been. 

And I'm glad some of those solo adventures were interesting enough for people to click and read.

So here's my annual list of "Top Posts" from the year, each of which was published sometime between New Year's Day and Christmas Day 2020. 

Click on the title or on the image to give the full post a gander.

1. Photo Essay: Pasadena's Vacant Hospital of St. Luke, Patron Saint of Physicians, Doctors, and Butchers

Thanks as always for reading! I've got plenty of past adventures already "banked" and ready to be shared in 2021. 

And although I've slowed down a bit (and am following the local government orders as closely as I can), I'm nowhere near stopping. 

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