Every year, Photo Friday asks participants to revisit their annual photo archive to choose their “best” photo, and every year, I have a difficult time choosing just one picture. So instead of one picture, today I’ll give you five previously-blogged pictures plus one new, unblogged image for good measure. Why be stingy when the Universe abounds in beauty?
The above picture of a rain-spotted tiger lily is one I almost forgot to blog this past June, and the following image of the ivy-covered wall of the Historical Society of Cheshire County in Keene, NH is one I blogged in case of emergency in November.
The following closeup image of a dragonfly in our Newton, MA backyard is one I shot in September, then blogged in October, it sometimes taking me a while to decide how I want to use a particular picture.
This kind of delay between when I shoot a picture and when I blog it wasn’t an issue with the following image of a pixelated Marilyn Monroe from the graffiti wall in Cambridge’s Central Square, which I took and then blogged on a Sunday in August: a photo so fresh, it qualified as news.
Lastly, in July I blogged the following image of a sculpture at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, which had been wrapped in plastic to protect it during renovation.
And that bonus, never-before-blogged final image? A peek at one of my favorite pieces in the new Museum of Fine Arts wing that is the result of all that renovation, from a photo-set I haven’t gotten around to blogging. Someday, someday.