Favorite Photos of 2022

This is my last blog post of the year. I thought it would be a nice wrap-up to share my favorite photos of 2022. Don’t forget to check out my Instagram to see more photos.

This first image was taken at my husband’s parents’ house. I love the tall grass standing tall with the sunset just above the horizon.

A field during sunset.

I captured this second photo in a hidden nature preserve close to my house. It isn’t really hidden, I had just never been there before. I’m looking forward to going back in the upcoming year.

A frozen creek in a nature preserve.

This third image is one of the few that I’ve made any edits to. I don’t usually like to edit my images, but I wanted to make it moodier than it already was.

A tree on a cloudy, rainy day.

I captured this image in Door County last September. This trip was my first time going all the way to Washington Island. Hopefully, it wasn’t my last time.

A beach on Washington Island.

Fall is my favorite time of year, and I’m so glad that I live in a place where I get to experience it. I captured this image at Asylum Bay one afternoon in October.

This is one of my favorite photos of 2022. It is a bridge leading to an island at Asylum Bay.

I captured this image at my favorite place in the entire world. My one wish is to visit more often than I do.

Lake Superior on a gray afternoon. This is one of my favorite photos of 2022.

This final image of 2022 was taken last week out my backdoor. It was so cold that morning.

This is one of my favorite photos of 2022. It is of a winter scene in my backyard.

In looking back at my favorite images, I’ve noticed that several of them were taken on cloudy, moody days. Four of them were taken on those days. And the other three were taken during winter. So, I guess my favorite photos tend to be when the weather is miserable. Maybe that’s my way of seeing the bright side of things.

What are your favorite photos of 2022? Share them below.

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