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January 1, 2008 [LINK / comment]

Happy New Year!

2007: the year in photos

In spite of the relative lack of travel, I managed to take a fair number of interesting photos in the year that just ended, with plenty of flowers among them. (I still haven't determined the species names of all those lily flowers from Kenilworth Water Gardens, which are at the top of the list.) I'm getting a little anxious, however, about the inherent limitations of my Canon digital video camera with which nearly all of my Web photos were taken. Maybe Santa will smile on me next December! To see the respective photos, just roll your mouse over the links below, and click on them to go to the blog post in question:

  1. Lilies at Kenilworth Water Gardens (Sept.)
  2. Miscellaneous wild birds, 2007 (var.)
  3. Farewell to RFK Stadium (Sept.)
  4. Flags at Sweet Briar College (Sept.)
  5. Mimosas in bloom! (July)
  6. Gray Hall at Sweet Briar College (Sept.)
  7. Orchid (R.I.P. Richard Rorty) (June)
  8. Stars shine for Sen. Hanger (fundraiser, June)
  9. National Guard heads to Iraq (May)
  10. Wade's Mill (May)
Lily flowers

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