2014: Photography Review

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At the end of 2012 and 2013 I posted about the images I created and posted to Flickr throughout each year, including the image with the most favourites, the most comments, the most intense in terms of the shooting process, and my personal favourite for the year. Here goes for 2014..!

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There's always a fire burning.

“There’s always a fire burning”. This photo was inspired by something I read by Charlotte Shane, and was my penultimate photo for my sixth year of self-portraits.

 

Most Favourites

Day 221, Year 7.

“Choose to be optimistic, it feels better”. I loved making this image! It’s a quotation by the Dalai Lama Xiv and was taken as a response to Gala Darling’s #Lovetober prompt about Daily Mantras.

 

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Day 28, Year 7.

“Day 28, Year 7”. If you weren’t aware, I’m a big fan of black forest gateau! Yum!

Also – technically, this photo drew with my non-SP Day Two Hundred and and Fifty Four!

 

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Day 244, Year 7.

“Day 244, Year 7”.  This was a no-brainer in terms of picking which photograph took the most effort. I even wrote a blog post about this one..!

 

Personal Favourites

I have a whole bunch of favourites taken in 2014, and you can find the set of them right here! That said, I think that the two photos below are my absolutely favourites. First, Holly and Paul celebrating fireworks night (two of my favourite people in the whole world, plus pretty firework bokeh? Love!) and, of course, the lovely Barnabee sporting some festive accessories at Christmas!

Day Two Hundred and Fifty Two / Year Three.

“Day Two Hundred and Fifty Two”.

 

Day Two Hundred and Ninety Two / Year Three.

“Day Two Hundred and Ninety Two”.

 

I’ll be posting about my resolutions next week, but in the meantime, why not have a gander at my posts “2012 Photography Review” and “2013 Photography Review”?

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