2012 in 14 frames


In some ways, 2012 has been one of my worst years yet. But in many others it’s also been one of my best. Here are a few of my happy photographic memories — along with my wishes for a very happy, very healthy year ahead. Cheers!

Happy new year gleva miller
In January, we rang in the new year with our Grand Canyon hitchhiking friends.
Hoarfrost P1220560 BLOG
February brought a whole lotta hoarfrost to Minnesota.
Como Conersvatory 1220908 BLOG
In March I sought refuge from the cold and gray with a Como Conservatory photo safari.
Como Lake duck 1230601 BLOG
April brought the first signs of spring to Minnesota
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… and an unexpected adventure in Paris.
Freiburg tor and bachle 1240918 BLOG
In May, I enjoyed a frenzied, footsore week of food and fun in Freiburg.
Strasbourg 1250450 BLOGAnd in the middle of it all, I somehow squeezed in a trip to Strasbourg.
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In June, I made a sordid confession: I am an *awful* street photographer!
July inspired a love letter to my husband. I also had my radio debut.
Micah Scott 1290685 2 EMAILAugust brought the introduction to the perfect stranger.
Deux cheveux 1300720 BLOG
Old passage 1330420 BLOG
… and with September came another European shooting spree. In October I posted only once, about a man named Felix Baumgartner.
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And in November, I paused to give thanks.

Snowy path 1000861 BLOG

Now it’s December, when nature paints in silvers and grays. But tomorrow will bring the promise of another day … and another year.

Happy 2013!

6 Responses to “2012 in 14 frames”

  1. Nice…I may have to steal this idea next year!

    • 2 hmunro

      I would be honored, Jim … but why wait ’til 2014? Grin. Happy new year!!

  2. 3 Shutterbug Sage

    What a fantastic post with some incredible photos! Happy New Year!

    • 4 hmunro

      Thank you SO much for starting my 2013 with a big smile. Hopefully the year ahead will bring many more fun adventures — and many more photos, too. Happy new year to you, too!

  3. 5 pmmiller1

    A lovely posting! Here’s to a 2013 full of happy surprises, at least some of which I hope you can photograph!

    • 6 hmunro

      Aw, thank you, dear pal. Right back at ya!! (And I wouldn’t complain too mightily if some of those happy surprises were not-terribly-photogenic-but-unbelievably-tasty fungi. Grin.) Happy new year!

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