The Top Five–Photos of 2021
Yesterday was all about food photos; today I’m looking at everything else, starting with an icy picture I took last winter:
I love how sharp the shadows in this photo I took on my birthday are:
I took this picture of the Nashville skyline last summer:
And a fall picture of our church framed by leaves:
I’ll end with a beautiful fall sunset:
I’m looking forward to taking more pictures in different and interesting places in 2022!
The Top Five–Around the Neighborhood Photos of 2020
For today’s “Top Five,” I’m venturing out of the house…and into our neighborhood. We might not have been able to go places this year, but we spent a lot of time walking around our subdivision, from the 2-mile walks we took in the morning before school started every day the weather was amenable to evening sunset walks. The two ponds in our neighborhood are an especially good spot for a nice view, starting with this one in the early spring:
I really like this tree I started noticing while we were walking, and I think Bob Ross would have liked it, too…it looks like it’s led an interesting life!
I caught the evening light at just the right moment for this photo:
And I’m pretty sure the evening light caught me for this one!
One last sunset photo, near one of the ponds, but looking out toward the farmland that borders the neighborhood:
My only disappointment with this list is that there aren’t any snow pictures…I hope we don’t have to wait too much longer for a real snowfall!
The Sun Sets on the First Day of School
These photos are from last night…we’ve had a lot of beautiful sunsets lately, and Chickadee loves going for an evening walk to enjoy them!