The Year in Pictures: 2015

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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.

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  • Barb Pinson
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    Stunning…what an extraordinary way to start my day. Thank you.

  • Todd Hendricks
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    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
    Fred Smith
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    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
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    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
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    Thanks Fred for reminding me that God’s beauty is all around us.

  • Dwain Gullion
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    Fred, A wonderful post. Beautiful, thought provoking, colorful… and extraordinary!

  • john Kelly
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    Lovely. Thanks for this, Fred. 🙂

  • Fonda Latham
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    LOVE! Thank you for sharing your gifts!

  • Mary Irwin
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    You are brilliant, Fred…with a camera and with words. Thank you!

  • Debbie Hall
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    LOVED these! Thank you.

  • Debbie LittleStar
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    Happy 2016 Fred!
    I love God’s inspiration given through your words and photos. Keep them coming, my friend!

  • Howard Freeman
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    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
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    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

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