2013: A Visual Recap

3 01 2014

I’ve picked one photo from each month of blogging in 2013 to recap the year visually (starting with December 2013 and working my way back to January). Now here’s to 2014—hoping it is a year of immense creativity, staying connected to family, nurturing friendships both near and far and old and new, growing my graphic design and photography business in fresh and challenging directions, continuing to dust off my rusty sketching and painting skills, hosting soirees, decluttering my physical space, communing with nature, photographing more flowers and bugs, updating my garden with quirky and photogenic new plants, hitting the road in search of adventure (and fresh photographs), honing my writing craft, acquiring new skills and learning something new every day.

© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved.

NicoleCloseup

GBH Stretching

Sunset Through Trees

Rehoboth Sunrise lorez

CHM Summer 2013 Cover Blog

Portulaca lorez

BugOnPricklyPearCactus lorez

PainterlyDaffodil

MattShellyBlog

CHM Winter 2013 FInal Cover

Sunrise Lake Lavon

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4 responses

3 01 2014
Mike Powell

Stunning images, Cindy. You have laid out an enterprising to-do list for the new year, but knowing you, I am sure you will get it all done (and more). Thanks for all your support and encouragement this past year and best wishes for a wonderful 2014.

3 01 2014
iseebeautyallaroundbyrobpaine

looks like you had a great year. what wonderful photos, your use of lighting is incredible.

6 01 2014
Jason Yu

Good job! very nice photos!

9 01 2014
Giiid

Wonderful photos as always!

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