So, I’m linking up with Dwija at House Unseen, Life Unscripted and posting one picture for each month of 2014. I did this last year, but this year it seemed much harder to choose. I’ve taken an insane amount of pictures this year, for one thing. And then I had to think about what I was trying to present: My best pictures? The ones that were most representative of each month? I went for a mixture, as you will see!
January’s picture was taken at the Knoxville Depot, which nowadays is a reception venue. The little kids and I were looking at the old trains outside after our parish’s annual Volunteer Appreciation Brunch. I took a lot of pictures, and was just really pleased with the way the one above turned out.
We got some snow in Knoxville last winter, y’all! I really love the way Mary looks in the snow, in the green tint from the porch light which we never changed back after Christmas.
I don’t think I ever blogged about the walk Emily and I took downtown in the early spring–our first of many, many walks this year! I love this shot of Church Street United Methodist Church and the forsythia in bloom.
The annual Easter egg hunt! I caught Lorelei in mid-leap.
This was taken at Melton Hill Park on Mother’s Day. I like to get Kentucky Fried Chicken and have a picnic on that day.
Lorelei getting wet at River Mountain Park at Volunteer Landing in downtown Knoxville. We had all kinds of fun summer plans. Oh well, at least we started off well!
Taken from our front porch on the 4th of July.
A veritable bounty of tomatoes given to us by our landlady, and beautifully complementing my red kitchen.
A mountain bike ramp on one of the trails at Anderson School, part of the 40-mile Urban Wilderness trail system Emily and I hiked from May through November.
I could have posted so many beautiful photos for October, but decided to share this friend we found in “William’s Garden,” the patch of pokeweed, morning glories, and other assorted wild things growing on the side of our house around the air conditioning equipment.
I’m not exactly a fan of graffiti, but this touched me when I saw it downtown one day.
On the outside looking in at our Christmas tree. I love the weird effect produced by the outdoor lights. I promise our windows are not painted electric blue!
And there you have it! Thank you for following along this year, and be sure to check out the other posts in the linkup.