This is the final collection of images I’m going to share from my work trip to Miami Beach. It begins with more pictures of the Holocaust Memorial and ends with pictures taken around my hotel. The first image shared here is probably my favorite picture I took on this trip. Probably my last work trip for a bit. One of the most enjoyable work trips I’ve been on to date.
Currently my next work trip is to Las Vegas in February. Now I don’t write that in stone, but hopefully it comes off. My one trip to Vegas was a terrible experience that ended in the one and only bad performance review I’ve ever had in my life. But I’ve told that story too many times. Never trust a woman named Nancy. If you learn nothing else from me, learn that. Take that little nugget and tuck it away.
Vegas should have plenty of photographic opportunities. I want to visit the Hoover Dam while I’m there, but the amount of interest I’ve managed to garner from other parties go on this trip hasn’t been promising. Might have to take that trip solo.
This is your reminder that this week’s THE WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE theme is ROAD TRIP:
ROAD TRIP! What a great theme for Year 9 of THE WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE!
But what is a ROAD TRIP photo? It is simply any picture that is taken during or in preparation for a ROAD TRIP. Or even as the result of a ROAD TRIP. What is the difference between a ROAD TRIP and just running to the store or to work? Doesn’t have to be. A ROAD TRIP is generally thought to be a long-distance journey. But who am I define what you consider to be “long-distance”.
Happy photo harvesting!