I seem to be saying this every single year I write this post, but 2015 really went by very quickly. I usually tend to travel a lot, but even for me, this year has been a bit non-stop. I’ve traveled through 18 countries since the beginning of January, including a three week trip to Japan and beautiful Hokkaido and a three month, 21,500km road trip from Dubai to Romania and back.
If you’ve been following the blog for a while, you will remember that I used to pick a favourite image for every month, but last year I changed this and I am now picking my favourite twelve images of the year (independently of when they were blogged).
I’ve had some awesome clients throughout the year, to whom I couldn’t be more grateful for the opportunity to work with them. I’ve also ran a lot of workshops for the friendly guys at Nikon Middle East and Gulf Photo Plus and there are many more of these in 2016. And, of course, I am really thankful to all of you who keep visiting the blog and looking at my images and reading my posts!
Here are my favourite 12 images I blogged in 2015. I would love to hear from you if you think I’ve missed a particular image you liked this year. If you want to read about each image, click on each title.
Happy New Year!
A winter wonderland – Japan
Same trees, different day – Japan
A snowy forest – Japan
Winter break #1 – Japan
Building Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Mending the nets #1 – Oman
Grace in the concrete jungle #1 – United Arab Emirates
A jungle of concrete and steel – United Arab Emirates
Sameba Monastery – Georgia
Kazbegi #1 – Georgia
Mount Aragats – Armenia
Chasing pigeons – Nepal