Retrospective six (August 2012)

Given the way in which blogs are presented, I am convinced that posts which reside more than a scroll or two behind the most recent are doomed to languish and to be forgotten. Because I believe there is value in looking at contributions from days, weeks, and even months ago, I have decided to post a gallery of images presented during August of 2012. Perhaps it will be interesting to scroll through these and to compare them to those presented during this past month. Be patient, it may take several minutes for all of the images to load fully. Hovering over an image will reveal its title. Clicking one will take you to a carousel view and you can either move through the collection or click the links to read each post in its original form.

6 thoughts on “Retrospective six (August 2012)

  1. What a colourful August 2012 you guys had. A beautiful visual feast, and I especially, but not only, love the shadows on the red barn door, and the shafts of light and mist through the trees.

    • I have enjoyed the retrospectives too … if only because they provide ME the opportunity to see how my technical skill or even artistic eye have changed over the year. D

  2. Awesome collection – as usual! I like in particular the tobacco shed because it reminds me those infinite number of reflections you can create by two parallel mirrors (or remote sessions to computers all nested within each other)… but in this case this effect is created accidentally by a ‘low-tech structure’ so to speak.
    The image titled ‘being different’ reminded me of life coaches motivational images – so it was interesting to read the text.
    … And I agree to your comments about Switzerland 🙂 (‘too orderly’)

  3. I’d recollected most of them! Happy to see the ones I’d not so that I can look them up. As always, your blog posts are beautiful and full of information and inspiration. I wish I knew how to compile my photos as such, then have them reproduce in the blog in that format. I seem to not have the blogging photo-presentation down, yet. But I’m learning.

  4. I enjoy the retrospectives because it offers an opportunity to revisit past photo offerings, some of which I may have missed. As usual, this was a visual pleasure.

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