Weekly Photo Challenge: 2012 in Pictures

I have a hard time following rules – so I’m approaching this assignment from a different perspective. I bought my camera in early August so I can’t do the monthly thing, although I have really enjoyed those posts that have followed this format. These are the pictures I took in 2012 that I especially like because they helped me identify how I like to use my camera to capture and share my world.

Some may argue that I should only post five because I only took pictures for five months but I already said I have a hard time following rules. Here are my favorites with captions to explain why they are special and what I learned about myself through them.

To learn more about the Weekly Photo Challenge click here.



    • You are so sweet. 2012 seemed to be a good year for you and I hope 2013 is even better. I look forward to keeping track of your travels and photography from beautiful Italy.


  1. Your pictures and family are beautiful… 😉
    ¸.•*¨*•.♪♫♫♪Happy New Year to You & Yours!.♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸ ♥
    ˜”*°•.˜”*°•.˜”*°•.★★.•°*”˜.•°*”˜.•°*”˜” Have a restful weekend!


  2. You made a wonderful selection of faves from 2012! It’s easy to see your love for your granddaughters – so lovely. I think my faves are the ones of Meat Cove and the beach but then I am a big water fan. Happy New Year to you!


    • It is so much fun watching the personalities of the girls develop. And trying to capture their personalities in photographs requires me to be more in tune with them. What a blessing. And I keep going back to the Meat Cove photos, so I do believe they are my faves.


    • Isn’t it a strange name? I wondered too – but decided that I would like to have my fantasies instead of hearing some mundane answer. 🙂 Thanks for visiting, Rosie.


  3. I take it the beauties are grandchildren. They look happy and health.

    Wonderful clear shot. Love the rose (my favs of all). How peaceful is the swing and the cup, almost a prayer.

    Be well. Enjoyed vist … Blog on.
    P.S.: Your blog. Your rules. Do what you will. (Maybe that’s your rule!)


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