Retrospective twenty-nine (July 2014)

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 be forgotten. Because I believe there is value in looking at contributions from days, weeks, and even months ago, I present a gallery of images presented during July of 2014. Hovering 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. This is the twenty-ninth in my series of retrospectives. You may find interest in taking a look at the retrospective from two years ago and if you missed any of the others, you can find them all by clicking Retrospective in the tag cloud in the sidebar.

7 thoughts on “Retrospective twenty-nine (July 2014)

  1. Very nice selection, David. As you might imagine, my two favorites would be the sunrise images. I sometimes feel our kitchen is out of control but that image makes me feel a bit better about our clutter.

  2. I have to agree with elliesm on this one. It’s always nice to see some old favorites. The old farmhouse is obviously one of my all time favorites. All your shots are pleasant to view, but always with a twist for thought.

    • Thanks for the ‘thumbs’ up on the retrospective. It’s always nice to know that folks find the work diverting. Also, your comment pointed, correctly, to the motivation of my work (I hesitate to say … ‘art’) … and that is to get folks to pause and to think just a bit … and to always appreciate the pretty pictures.

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