10 in 2010: The Year in Photos

posted by / Photos / December 29, 2010

“I can never remember all the places I went in the last 12 months — it’s always a little bit of a blur. I have to look at my 2010 photo library to see where I went. It’s my journal.

Another good reminder is all the ticket stubs from the flights. I keep those for my mileage points. It says on my numbers spreadsheet that I flew 87,835 miles. Not sure how many days I was away from home…

Here’s a quick list from the last 12 months in order of travel: Western Sahara, Portugal, Italy, Puerto Escondido, Salina Cruz (Mexico), Iceland, Puerto Escondido, Tahiti, Spain, Portugal, California/Baja, Oahu, Kauai, Maui.

I was requested to do a 2010 recap for a web gallery so they can post it before 2011. I don’t feel like putting up more action stuff. I figured I went to some cool places and met some interesting people, so I’ll post that kind of stuff instead.”

Words and photos by Jeff Flindt

Kolohe Andino //  Rosarito

Kolohe Andino // Rosarito

Robert Trujillo // Mundaka

Robert Trujillo // Mundaka

Ola Eleogram, Hank Gaskell and Dege O'Connell // Maui

Ola Eleogram, Hank Gaskell and Dege O'Connell // Maui

Keala Kennelly // Kauai

Keala Kennelly // Kauai

Whale Meat // Iceland

Whale Meat // Iceland

Vespa // Italy

Vespa // Italy

Tiago Oliveira // Portugal

Tiago Oliveira // Portugal

Danny Fuller // Portugal

Danny Fuller // Portugal

Hand Gestures // Puerto Escondido

Hand Gestures // Puerto Escondido

Reef McIntosh, Andrew Jacobson, Keala Kennelly // Puerto

Reef McIntosh, Andrew Jacobson, Keala Kennelly // Puerto

Taylor Steele, Marlon Gerber, Mikala Jones, Nathan Myers //  Western Sahara

Taylor Steele, Marlon Gerber, Mikala Jones, Nathan Myers // Western Sahara

Ian Walsh //  Salina Cruz, Mexico

Ian Walsh // Salina Cruz, Mexico

Takuji Masuda // Mundaka

Takuji Masuda // Mundaka

The White Cadillac //  Tahiti

The White Cadillac // Tahiti

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  • POLYNESIAN PARALYSIS

    Stick with water photography, please. Your street
    photography is shit house.