Friday, 4 January 2013

FMTSO: Favourite Photos from 2012

2013 almanacka

This is a collage of the favourite photos that I chose for my 2013 photo calendar – a Christmas/New Year gift to some friends and relatives.

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Photo from mid January 2012.
A frozen temporary “lake” in a flooded wood glade.

 

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11 comments:

  1. Very vibrant, sharp and clear. I'm sure your friends and family will cherish their calendar.

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  2. I know how beautiful your calendars are and this one will be as lovely as the last. It's impossible to pick a favourite month. Glad I'm not doing the Spotlight photos this week!

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  3. i remember all of these except the moss covered rock. must have missed that one. perfect pic for a calendar. before i read your comment, i was staring at the collage and thinking these would make a great calendar... and they did.

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  4. gorgeous and colorful photo calendar! I bet that they never get tossed, even in the recycling bin.

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  5. Oh what a great collection. Hard to pick my favorite, but I believe it is October.
    QMM

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  6. It is very unusual and pretty. And I ADORE your flower collage, just what we need in the dark cold. I am hoping to post quite a few to get us through the winter.

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  7. Gorgeous images for your calendar, something beautiful for every month.
    xoxoxo ♡

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  8. Love that collage, so beautiful!

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  9. It's a very lovely set of photos and although you haven't asked for a choice mine would be the January one simply because it is so unusual and has a less conventional sort of beauty than the others.

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  10. I'll bet your friends and family were delighted with your floral calendar. Your frozen pond photo is outstanding.

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  11. love your collage. Flowers are always the best

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