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2021 in Review: Photo Magazine Recounts My Last Two Years in Photography

After a year off, I’ve returned to publishing my traditional year-end review magazine. This photo yearbook is intended to recap my adventures throughout the year, presenting a sampling of images in a larger print format for folks to enjoy.

PHOTO/20-21 photo yearbook

Because 2020 was mostly shut down due to COVID, I opted to skip this project last year, so this year’s issue devotes a few pages to my “Best of 2020” moments (which I also detailed in the blog last year). The rest of the 68-page issue tackles my 2021 adventures. Thankfully, this year was a bit more active… something I’m looking forward to recapping with my upcoming Year in Review posts in the blog. PHOTO/20-21 covers my winter Yellowstone trips, Pacific Northwest adventures, spring and fall visits to Yellowstone, and my epic South Africa and Zambia trips.

PHOTO/20-21 photo yearbook

For the first time, some of Jenn’s work is featured in the magazine (from South Africa), and since my Zambia photos haven’t been published here yet, this is your first chance to get a sneak peak at what that trip offered up. And the magazine is also the first place to see my “Best of 2021” collection!

PHOTO/20-21 photo yearbook

To see those, you’ll have to purchase the magazine. It’s only $5 for a digital copy, $20 + S/H if you want it in print.

In the coming weeks, I will be publishing a number of posts here in the blog looking back on the year that was, not just my own favorite images, but some of my peers’ and clients’ favorite photos from their respective adventures. I’ll also write about my favorite works in literature and film, and post plenty of other image content. But for now, I encourage you to check out this magazine, which may be ordered in either print or digital editions. See plenty of big, bold photos and enjoy my choices for the best and favorite moments of 2021.



By Max Waugh in Best Of

68 pages, published 11/29/2021

This magazine normally recounts Max Waugh’s wild year in travel and photography, but in this case we’re looking back a COVID-restricted 2020 AND 2021. This issue includes a recap of Max’s 2021 travels, as well as the “Best of 2020” images and “Best of 2021” selections


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