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Year in Review: 10 Photos of 2016

This year marks the third full year I have been into photography. While a filmed a few weddings and took event photos at work, this year I focused for the most part on my favorite genres of photography: architecture and nature.

In selecting these images, I attempted to go for a slow, reflective mood, as several only suggest there are people around and others feature people, cars and a plane in the background. Three were taken with disposable cameras, part of a two-year photo project. Of course, the wedding video has an upbeat, celebratory tone.

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Anaheim Regional Intermodal Transportation Center on opening day for Angels baseball, April 2016
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Sunset, December 2015
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Fullerton Arboretum, March 2015
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Montana de Oro State Beach, July 2016
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Santa Ana, December 2015
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“Love Trumps Hate,” UCLA, November 2016
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Leap Day’s end in Placentia, February 2016
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Anaheim Regional Intermodal Transportation Center, October 2016
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Santa Monica Pier, November 2016

Thanks for viewing. Here are my 2015 Year in Review and 2014 Year in Review favorite 10 images. Photos by Tim Worden, all rights reserved.

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Opening Day at Angel Stadium

I ventured over to Angel Stadium for opening day 2016, taking the bus to the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, ARTIC, and walking to the stadium.

I did not have tickets for the game, just wanted to capture some of the festivities. Glad baseball is back in season!

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Happened to see a proposal, captured this image right after she said yes.
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The ARTIC is lit up red for opening day
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The ARTIC is lit up red for opening day
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The ARTIC is lit up red for opening day

Photos by Tim Worden, copyright 2016.

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Anaheim transportation hub set to open this weekend

A construction worker, center, is seen in front of the ARTIC amid the rain on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
A construction worker, center, is seen in front of the ARTIC amid the rain on Wednesday, Dec. 6.

The Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, known as ARTIC, is set to open to passengers on Saturday, Dec. 6., when train and bus stops will officially transfer over to the transportation hub.

ARTIC’s first week appears to be a soft opening, with a community celebration and grand opening ceremony planned for Saturday, Dec. 13.

When I visited Wednesday night, Dec. 3, workers were still working on the station, despite a heavy downpour of rain that had lasted through the afternoon.

Here are some pictures I took of the station, a $180 million project that boasts energy-efficient panels and a modern design.

The ARTIC on Wednesday, Dec. 3.
The ARTIC on Wednesday, Dec. 3.
A bus passes the ARTIC on Wednesday, Dec. 3.
A bus passes the ARTIC on Wednesday, Dec. 3.

For a throwback, here is what the station looked like back in May 2014 (more on that here):

The Anaheim ARTIC at sunset on May 28, 2014.
The Anaheim ARTIC at sunset on May 28, 2014.

Photos by Tim Worden.