My year in daily iPhonotos.
Grab a cup of coffee this may take awhile.
What a year this has been for me. I have continued with my photo a day, reminding me of my best blessings. Even though I said I was going to stop. Snowmen, sunrises, family, new friends, new challenges, education, walks on the beach, and time with loved ones. I hope you enjoy a look at some of my favorite days.
Let each day be a new beginning. Stopping each day to appreciate the wondrous things we are given has been inspiring. I have grown in peace and happiness. I wake up knowing I am loved, I rest at night knowing that I am blessed. All the other things are just things. Sometimes the tough things are our reminders to smile more, let frustration go and breath deep. Breath deep: so when the good things arrive you can take them in joyfully.
January: Snowmen and faces of Niagara Falls.
Discarded decorations from the night before. The sunsets on a neighborhood game of hockey at Bassett ParkA new year a new snowman.
A pano of the ice covered trees at Niagara Falls.
The many views of the faces of Niagara Falls
February: A chilly visit home, a trip out west, and dinner with my love.
The farm always looks beautiful in the winter. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Phoenix Airport layoverDessert at Russell’s Steak House. Snow on a fence near the high school.
March: The beauty of snow. Home is wherever your loved ones are. _______________________________________________
Workshop for military photographers, Mickey and I were both volunteers. Always great to give back to our profession and our service persons
Visiting DC for a photography workshop.
April: A quiet moment, time to reflect. The promise of spring.
Bouquets of Daffodils from the garden, spring buds and helping at a community cleanup.
May: Sunrises, the colors of spring, and connecting with family.
June: The shadows of important things. Familiar places, giving back and ice cream.
July: Reconnecting with family old and new. _____________________________________
August: Reflections of the things that matter family, fun, faith and freedom.
September: One of my favorite places in the world.
October: The colors of fall.
November: More color – more fun
My solo photo show at Daemen College: A short article in the Amherst Bee. http://www.amherstbee.com/news/2013-12-04/Lifestyles/Zen_and_the_art_of_iPhone_photography.html