0 13 The Year in Pictures: 2015 By Leigh Posted January 7, 2016 In Culture, Fred's Blog, Fred's Blog, Photography 2016-01-072016-10-10https://thegathering.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/logo.pngThe Gathering200px200px Happy new year – and new beginnings to each of you. As some of you may remember from 2014, I enjoy taking pictures – and then finding something to say. Here are twelve from this past year that I hope will provoke some thoughts. Leigh More PostsA Hand in the FloodThe ArenaIf I Were RichGod and The Good Life Showing 13 comments Barb Pinson January 7, 2016 Reply Stunning…what an extraordinary way to start my day. Thank you. Todd Hendricks January 7, 2016 Reply Fred, I love the pictures you make with your camera! I also love the pictures you make with your words… the two together; priceless. Todd Fred Smith January 7, 2016 Reply Thank you, Todd! I look forward to this blog now. It’s the second year we have done it and I don’t even have to think up something to write about! Randy January 7, 2016 Reply Fred, Thank you for the effort, result, and sharing of this work. I am blessed and challenged as I reflect on the images and thoughts. Randy Tim Roberts January 7, 2016 Reply Thanks Fred for reminding me that God’s beauty is all around us. Dwain Gullion January 7, 2016 Reply Fred, A wonderful post. Beautiful, thought provoking, colorful… and extraordinary! john Kelly January 7, 2016 Reply Lovely. Thanks for this, Fred. 🙂 Fonda Latham January 7, 2016 Reply LOVE! Thank you for sharing your gifts! Mary Irwin January 7, 2016 Reply You are brilliant, Fred…with a camera and with words. Thank you! Debbie Hall January 8, 2016 Reply LOVED these! Thank you. Debbie LittleStar January 11, 2016 Reply Happy 2016 Fred! I love God’s inspiration given through your words and photos. Keep them coming, my friend! Howard Freeman January 11, 2016 Reply I’m a Jane Jacobs fanboy, so thanks for rocking the urbanism quote. Here’s another quote, which is like a life mantra to me…and perhaps an unwitting eschatological truth by the woman who spoke it: “A city must be a place where groups of women and men are seeking and developing the highest things they know.” ~ Margaret Mead Craig Daugherty March 30, 2016 Reply Fred, you have made some wonderful photos. I especially love the pattern and texture of the silverware shot, and the solidity and flat color of the machine. You have a great eye. ~ Craig Leave a Comment Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.Get the latest news right in your inbox!