December has flown by and a new year is about to dawn.  For those of you who’ve had it tough in 2013, I wish for you a much easier time in 2014.

To all who come here, thank you for looking and sharing your thoughts.

And thank you for all that you do on your own blogs – you can’t imagine how much that nourishes me.

Here’s to another creative year!

And here is (I hope) a visual treat to end the year  –   some favorite photos, from 1/3/2013 to  12/29/2013:



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  2. Oh WOW!! I’m catching my breath here…spectacular images all! I keep going back and looking at them again and again! A very Happy New Year to you and yours! Can’t wait to see what you capture through your lens in 2014!


  3. Great seeing many of those images again, including some I totally don’t recall.

    A very big “like” for your dead goose photograph, an image which has a profound ache and which suggests a still from a film yet to be made. Wonderful. I also don’t recall your lily pads image. This is a composition which you nailed right down to the pixel. 🙂

    Best wishes for the New Year Lynn, and may you find many wonderful new subjects.


    • So good to hear from you – and thanks for your comments, which are always listened to carefully. Re the lily pads – composition is something I really have to work at so that’s a nice thing to hear – Best to you as well & I hope to see more of your work soon.


    • If anyone knows visual poetry inside out it’s you, Karen. May your year also be full of creativity. Thanks for stopping by, thanks for commenting, and thanks for doing inspiring,thought-provoking work.


  4. Lynn, you produce the most emotive images of the natural world I’ve ever seen. Ah, if only I could manage to come remotely close to this level of expression. 🙂 These photographs are something else! I enjoyed each one. What is the image of the “boulders” ? I think #12. There are so many here that I love. I have to follow more closely. I get lost around here and have obviously missed something significant here. 🙂


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