Twelve from 2011

Good images often come in bunches. In January, I saw wonderful stream ice for ice abstracts. In spring, beautiful wildflowers, including a view of bloodroot I’ve tried to capture many times. In summer, the hairstreaks (butterflies) were cooperative, for once. In fall, I had good light and nice (if not great) foliage color on a waterfall trip to New Hampshire.

With lists such as this, I’m forced to be selective, so there are waterfalls, butterflies, and other pretty things on the cutting room floor. Some of the omitted ice abstracts are in the Winter gallery. This gallery shows what I’ve been up to in the last year.

Best wishes for the new year to everyone!

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