2020’s Saturday Photos

In 2020 I posted 52 photos for Maria’s #2020picoftheweek challenge (for all 52 photos see HERE). For this post, I’ve selected one from each month, my favourites though the choice wasn’t easy.

January: Water

Plot, for in March I was to publish the five books that make up The Spinner’s Game

February: It’s in the Details

The weather keeping me close to home, I went for a familiar detail on a building I pass every day

March: It’s Time

With talk of a national lockdown, I made the most of early March. And what better promise of better days than the primrose

April: Tucked Away

By April I’d realised the buses weren’t much used, which made for safer travel. I could go further afield

May: On the Road

I visited some of my favourite spots

June: Framed

July: Bend in the Road

August: Thankful

September: Big Picture

October: Miniature

November: Happiness

But late November and into December, we were again in lockdown, as reflected in these last two photos

December: Far From It

About crispina kemp

Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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27 Responses to 2020’s Saturday Photos

  1. Sadje says:

    All so different and all beautiful pictures

    Like

  2. I know what you mean by it being hard to pick the “best of” photos. It’s nice to see them again. As I was scrolling through, I was like “I remember that one!” See you in the New Year with the new photo prompts πŸ™‚

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  3. Deborah says:

    Nicely done! πŸ™‚ ❀

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  4. Dale says:

    Beautiful selection, Crispina.

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  5. A fun look-back at 2020. Happy New Year, Crispina!

    Like

  6. MythRider says:

    Nice recipe to the end of the year.
    My favorite is your shadow on the train. As if you’re the only one.

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  7. Can’t decide between July or August.

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