A year in review: 12 photographs
There comes a time when looking back is just as important as looking forward.
September is a time of noticeable change. Maybe it is the perpetual nostalgia of returning to school in the autumn or the anticipation of cold air permeating our days ahead, just enough coolness to find the holed patterns of a knitted sweater.
Whatever the reason, January has never held the feeling of a new year for me, but somehow September always manages to make me pause, reflect, and set new intentions.
With the ease of phone cameras, we tend to take an immoderate amount of photographs. Because of this, they live only in the space of my phone and sometimes feel intangible to me.
In a conscious effort to reflect, instead of always looking ahead to what is coming next, I’ve chosen the 12 most meaningful photographs that have in some way or another shaped this past year.
It wasn't easy to choose just twelve, but it did encourage me to stop and honor the things which I find meaningful.
I encourage you to do the same. It's more worthwhile than you may think.
If you need more convincing, tap here to learn why I think photographs are so important.