THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: OUR YEAR IN PICTURES

THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: 2016 RETROSPECTIVE


I decided to answer this with my favorite dozen pictures from the past year, both mine and Garry’s. I don’t know how well these represent our lives. We tend to photograph our high points rather than the lows … but maybe it’s better that way. Happy New Year!



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  1. A fine round-up of great shots. Happy 2017 to you and Garry.

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  2. We need an homage to all of those photogenic middle points that always get forgotten about…

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  3. wonderful images and I do always love Garry and the dogs!!

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  4. I think we all tend to photograph our high points rather than the lows. Yes, it’s probably better that way… 🙂
    Happy new year!

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  5. And your dogkids are here too 🙂 I have a favourite among both yours and Garry’s – red leaf truck and your snow scene. Here’s wishing for much more highs than lows in 2017!

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  6. Nice shots to end the year on. I did have quite a chuckle just thinking about posting about ‘lows.’ 🙂

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  7. Happy New Year, Marilyn and Garry!

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  8. Lovely pictures, Marilyn. Only one snowy one, so we’ll hope that is the extent of winter and it’s sunny skies and warm days in the near future.
    Leslie

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  9. Oh this red houseboat! I like that you gathered your favorite pics for the year. Both of you are talented photographers and I’ve truly enjoyed your photos through the entire year. I love New England, one of the most photogenic regions of the country, but you have two sets of great eyes that brought the best of this area to wherever we live.

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  10. High points are always better than low ones. 🙂 beautiful pictures.

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