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2018 Photo Review

Waterfalls, dragonflies, and wildflowers make up most of my portfolio and this year’s favorites continue the trend. Into the mix I’ve added a few more Landscapes and other random selections. In all, I would like to think that my year in review speaks to the underlying aim to show the wonder of a great and wonderful Creator. Enjoy:) and blessings to your New Year!

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Friday Friends and Flowers

I’m expanding Friday’s theme for the summer as the life cycle peaks. This Azure Bluet Damselfly¬† left the pond and flew into the woods to hunt and so my capture is along the trail. The meadow flowers are at their peak now. This delicate yellow flower with deeper colored center and heart shaped petals caught my attention hanging out with the daisies.

The Thrill of the Capture

Looking back over a year of photos is the thrill of the capture and the agony of delete. Each week, photos are culled, choices made and posted. Thinning the selection even more poses quite a challenge. I thought this year I’d chose an even 2 dozen. This year I decided to enter 3 photo exhibitions and stretch myself and my skill. Four ribbons graced my photos so my eye and craft is improving. But for these I put some of the¬† technical aside and held on to some of my own emotion attachments and just chose my favorites.

Enjoy! Happy New Year! Wondering what we’ll be capturing together in a new year.