Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #77 Favorite Photos of 2019

Well this is a hard one. But here we go.

I just took this one yesterday in Waurika, Oklahoma.

Off the highway somewhere on the way out of Texas this past November.

I fell in love with this van we found over the summer in one of the multiple small towns here in Texas.

Another Small town find.

Colorado in the sunshine in November.

Me and my grandma at Thanksgiving.

A photo I tinted.

Captured sitting outside a restaurant.

Noah’s Ark Adventure

Morning reflections on the Kentucky River.

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10 Responses to Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #77 Favorite Photos of 2019

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Oh you took some fabulous and awe-inspiring photos this year. I adore the headlight 😀

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  2. Leya says:

    We share a love for old things, and old dilapidated things! Love that green car! And you sweet grandma and you – such a precious photo!

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  3. pattimoed says:

    I love your favorite finds and that wonderful photo with your grandma. A great look back at the year. All the best to you in the new year.

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  4. JohnRH says:

    Excellent all! Love the ‘rusty’ buildings and vehicles. Best wishes for 2020.

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  5. CoffeeLander says:

    I am trying to see the world through your eyes. It’s so peaceful.

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