The final installment of my blogoversary series is a selection of my favourite photos from the past year, two or three per month. I had planned on choosing just one per month, but just couldn’t make up my mind. In fact, in the summer months, when we had just moved to the new house and the lake and forest were green and verdant I had several dozen I could have picked out, but I settled for three a month. Some of these have been used in posts over the year, others are new, photos I liked but that didn’t fit into a post.
12 thoughts on “A year in photos”
Wonderful photos, so evocative, all of them. I particularly like the Virginia creeper–I miss that plant.
Each one is better than the last. The first one is fabulous. If it were wallpaper or curtain fabric I would have it in my house. I also love the owl shot and the sunlight on the loon wing. The black dog in the blue coat is wonderful too. They are all lovely. You have a great eye.
That selection truly does depict the marvelous in nature!
Sigh. Should have these done up together as a poster, as a remedy against grey and weary times.
You are a wonderful writer and photographer! Love the one of your puppy when he was really little getting a drink of water. He sure has grown!
Beautiful! OK…what is that 4th one of? The dog or the cat?
My fav is the butterfly, though.
Seabrooke, you have the most amazing blog. Nobody does the nature beat in S. Ontario better than you do.
Keep up the great work!
You throw pearls at our feet. Thank you.
First, congratulations on your blogoversary! These are fantastic photos! The owl photo really jumped out at me, though. And that 4th photo… is it a cow’s nose? Also, the dripping icicle is incredible. Planned, or happy accident?
Thank you for the kind words, everyone! I really appreciate hearing from you all, it’s what keeps me going!
Phantommidge and Heather, the 4th photo is actually the muzzle of my sister’s horse, after a romp in freshly fallen snow last winter.
Also, Heather, the icicle was definitely planned – I took about 100 photos to get that one perfect shot, once I got the idea in my head that I wanted to photograph the droplet I spent about half an hour at it till I got it.
Wow, that’s awesome. Your perseverance paid off nicely.