My Favorite Pictures

This is an attempt to pare down the number of my favorite photographs to something more viewable. These are the favorites of my favorites. Don’t ask me what makes a picture an all-time favorite. It might be a really good picture, or it might hold a special memory for me, or who knows what. These are the pictures that mean the most to me.

Through the veil – It’s taken me a while to see the potential in this picture. I like this alternate treatment of the image.

Enjoying the view – between interludes of journaling and swimming. I even completed some camp chores.

Breakfast at Denny’s – Ginger, immersed in her phone.

Clouds – I was hoping for a nice, as in flaming oranges and yellows, sunset. It didn’t happen, but this cloud formation and an otter made up for it. One-minute read

Lower Pilot – from the Coy Bald Trail, Hercules Glades Wilderness. I started my day camped about three-quarters of a mile to the west (left) of the Lower Pilot. Taken with my 14-year-old Fuji Finepix digital camera. One-minute read

Ginger & Gary December 2020

Photograph of Gary Allman with his morning tea in a hammock on the Berryman Trail, Missouri.

Morning Tea. Berryman Trail – Day Two, December 2020.

Little Paddy Creek on the short cut between the South & North Loops. Incorrect maps, and assisting some misplaced riders. Three-minute read, +3

Table Rock Lake at Piney Creek Wilderness – this is my little spot of Ozarks’ heaven. Piney Creek – Day One.

Ozarks Horizon. Bell Mountain – Day Two..

Frosty Morning – The predicted overnight temperatures were 30°F. It dropped to 21°F. Fortunately, I’d anticipated this and I was nice and warm in my hammock.

Gary on the Pilot Trail, Hercules Glades Wilderness. Hercules Glades – Day One.

South Downs – Hiking at Kingley Vale

Feeding Stanley during lunch in Nicholson’s 3 Pictures

Grandpa – Grandpa and Stanley. 3 pictures

Fishermen in the dusk.

Watching the Dawn.

Fifth Third Bank – Louisville, Kentucky 2 pictures

1144 15th Street, Denver, Colorado. 2 pictures

The Baptism of Persephone – I’ve often said that working for the Church I am privileged to be present at key moments in people’s lives. Unexpectedly that happened at this weekend’s Easter Vigil service. One-minute read, 2 pictures

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