~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #26: Photographic Review of 2018 ~

To finish off the Lens-Artists Photo Challenges for 2018, Leya, Photographic Review of 2018, invites us to review our year and pick photos that capture our memories most vividly. To keep myself from getting totally lost in this challenge, I decided to include 12 photos that I love for various reasons, one from each month, and most taken within the month that it represents. 

P1080664January, 2018: Adult Bald Eagle photographed through dune grass.

IMG_8483February 2018: Frosty beach.

IMG_8271March 2018: Moonset at sunup.

P1080891April 2018: Purple tulip – a crowd favorite!

P1090094May 2018: A rare red sundown at Long Beach, WA.

IMG_9645June 2018: Looking north from North Head Lighthouse, Ilwaco, WA.

img_9816July 2018: Cousin Duncan with Brother-in-law Les, fishing at Crescent Lake.

img_0813August 2018: A visit to northern Idaho.

IMG_0225September 2018: Sandpoint, ID street art.

P1090574October 2018: Sanderlings and beach walkers.

img_1571November 2018: Solstice bound.

P1090640December 2018: Jello – my constant companion!



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10 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #26: Photographic Review of 2018 ~

  1. Tina Schell says:

    All terrific choices Lindy – always so hard to zero in on a few photos after a year of shooting! Love the final shot of your constant companion

  2. Lindy Le Coq says:

    Thanks, Tina! I keep thinking “I’m catching up with….” Then I post this just the day before a new challenge is on!!!

  3. Leya says:

    Love your choices – and favorites truly, are the street art and Jello!

  4. What nice reminders of 2018! Love the beach shots.

  5. JANE says:

    It’s difficult to catch a moondown at sunrise… I’m impressed! You had a lovely year. My heart is happy seeing Jello- Happy New Year!

  6. Olga says:

    Wonderful photos of 2018, Lindy. I feel your deep connection with your natural surroundings. Lovely story of special moments. ❤

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