2020 Photographic Review, Part 1

In spite of the fact that 2020 wasn’t much liked, I was able to take a few decent photos. Some were more popular than others, and here are some of those, again. I didn’t necessarily take these photos in this order or during those months; they just match better. 🙂

Here are the first six of your 2020 favourites.


Into the light.


University of Toronto heritage building.


Toronto’s CN Tower and a super-moon.


How can you not adore me?


Apart together.


Orchid glory.

Happy Monday; happy week. 🙂

29 thoughts on “2020 Photographic Review, Part 1”

  1. Still absolutely LOVE that first one. The light quality in it is just so striking. I also love the angle. The whole thing just makes me think of a painting. The others are all really good, but I just really love the first one.

    1. Hi TJ, thank you very much. 🙂 Yes, that first one is definitely a favourite of mine, as well. It does look like a painting, I agree. The light that morning was very unusual. I vividly remember taking that shot – Spouse was driving and the windshield was covered in crud. I didn’t think it would be a very good photo and then surprise! I love those unexpected, happy little surprises. 🙂

  2. Lynette, a beautiful selection for the first half of 2020 and wow, the peacock one is glorious! Perfect photo and you can feel it’s own sense of pride!

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