Photographs by Frank

22 December 2019

Adams Dozen – 2019 Edition

Filed under: Adams Dozen — Frank @ 10:00 PM

It has been my habit at the end of each year to choose an ‘Adams Dozen’ of photos made during the year.

This is my ninth installment. The first iteration was 2011 and for the sake of organization, here is last year’s version. One can find the rest of the years by searching the blog for “Adams Dozen”.

Here is this year’s selection.:

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Williamstown, MA
Williamstown, MA
Untitled
Untitled
Sugar House
Sugar House
Amaryllis
Amaryllis
Yellow Warbler
Yellow Warbler
Halloween Pennant (immature male)
Halloween Pennant (immature male)
Hedgehog Mountain (with camera obscura)
Hedgehog Mountain (with camera obscura)
Untitled
Untitled
Three Peppers
Three Peppers
Schoodic Peninsula, ME (with camera obscura)
Schoodic Peninsula, ME (with camera obscura)
Atlantic Sunset #2
Atlantic Sunset #2
Cape d'Or Light (with camera obscura)
Cape d'Or Light (with camera obscura)

For those keeping count, my Lightroom catalog says that I made 9648 exposures in 2019 and that I processed 1643 (or 17%) of the photographs. This is about a thousand less total exposures and a couple of percent more processed than last year.

1 Comment

  1. Another great variety of captured images from you. You have inspired me to select my “Baker’s Dozen” for each year. Like you, i was in a quandry to narrow it down from my favorite two hundred to just ten, so i opted for the Baker’s Dozen and rescued three that would have been eliminated. Guess i need to review this year’s finalists.

    Thanks for keeping me in the loop. i always look forward to seeing what you are doing photographically and in your retirement.

    Merry, Merry and Happy Happy!

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 23 December 2019 @ 1:09 PM

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