Twelve from 2021

A selection of images from the past year:

It’s usually pretty easy for me to create a gallery of images for the year. This year there was a quite list of candidates that I had to whittle down. It was hard to pick from the images I took of the Maine seacoast, in particular.
Thanks to everyone who stops in to view an image or make a comment. Best wishes for the new year!

27 thoughts on “Twelve from 2021

  1. Glad to hear you were successful enough to have to work to narrow it down. That’s always better than the alternative. 🙂 You really did create some beautiful photos of Maine this year. And as always I love your macro work. Very inspiring.

  2. What a varied and beautiful collection, Tom. I remember most of them, and it’s fun to see them again. It’s hard to believe that in only six weeks our spring flowers will be appearing — your blue-eyed grass reminded me of that. One thing that’s right on track is our strawberries. The you-pick-it farms will open mid-January or so, and the wild ones already are setting fruit. The cold front will slow things down a bit, but it’s still time to be planning.

    • It’s been so mild this winter, I can almost imagine flowers here in 6 weeks… but we’re supposed to get snow in a few days. We’ll see! Thanks for the kind words and your comments over the years.

  3. If I had to pick twelve, it’ll probably be a pic of two Pick-Six lotto tickets, lol. But, I don’t play lotto or the lottery, so no danger of seeing that kind of image.

    Hope your new year has been a good one so far. 🙂

  4. Happy New Year, Tom. I jumped over here from Brent Huntley’s yearly “community gathering” of images. I love the macro images.

    I’ve added your blog to my RSS collection. I look forward to seeing more of your work in 2022.

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