Every December, I search back through my photos and pick ten to print and display for the coming year. The printed photos live on the photo collage next to my bed.
This year, I trouble finding 10 photos I really liked. I guess taking good photos is another of the casualties of the changeover to the 40-hour week. But here are the 10 I found to be good enough.
The vacationing couple, or perhaps important photographer and muse. I mostly printed this for the memory of the endless photo-ing, but I also like how her outfit stands out against the gray Washington coastline.
Usually the top spot in my photo collage frame is a concert or performance of some sort. This was a panel discussion at Wordstock, so not necessarily a performance. But it was very entertaining, and the selfie from different angles made me laugh. It’s also a nice showcase of the Old Church.
Another “performance” photo. This one was snapped a fraction of a second too late. During Love’s Labour’s Lost this was musical montage backed with “Theme from a Summer Place.” This couple made me laugh.