I’ve seen several of my blogger friends posting their Top Ten pics of the year, so I figured I’d play copy cat, even though this was a pretty crappy year for photos for me – as anyone who saw my recent lamentation on the matter knows. Oh well – you work with what you’ve got, right?
My dear Manneman Tso-Tso staring out at all the white. I can just sense his consternation…
I am a gardener, but I also love snow. I get my fix on Mt. Hood.
When the Appleblossom Clematis blooms, you know spring has come.
For no other reason than that it was one of the few that wasn’t blurry.
This was taken when I discovered the reason they are called Tassel Ferns.
Red lilies always makes my heart beat a little faster.
Aeonium ‘Schwartzkopf’ – also one that wasn’t blurry. 🙂
Detail of a sculpture from the first night of the Fling.
There’s just something really alluring about a horse on a roof.
A broken off Begonia floating in a water feature.
Another snapshot from the Fling – post yet to come!
My Aloe, enjoying the sunniest window in the house.
I found the dark ribs and the color of this Colocasia fascinating despite its blurriness.
One of the best parts of fall – the incredible cob webs that seemingly appear overnight.
I fell in love with the grass seeds that appear like the trace of a lightning bug.
One of the first pictures I took with my new camera. I’m truly terrified it will meet the same fate as the other one…
We’ve gone full circle – it is cold again.
The last two photos were taken after Christmas with my new camera. I have a feeling the Fave Photos of 2015 are going to be better – that is, of course, if I can refrain from causing the camera harm. I hereby pledge that I will do my damnedest to keep it safe. But, that’s about as far as I will go in making any resolutions. Happy 2015 to you all!