Frozen moments from the infinity that is time

2014 Favourites


As 2014 draws to an end, it is natural to become somewhat reflective and for my final blog for this year, I thought I would select my favourite shot from each month’s posts.

This was more difficult than I had thought. Each photo is a memory and some months had several favourites. However, changing the rules on New Year’s Eve does not bode well for 2015 resolutions, so I stuck to the task and made my selections.

There is no theme. They are simply my selections for a variety of reasons and no further commentary will be made, except to say they are shown in chronological order (January to December) should anyone wish to visit the original posts.

I would like to thank everyone who has supported my blog this year and I hope the photos and stories have brought you as much pleasure as they have brought me.

I wish you all a safe and happy New Year and my best wishes for the year ahead.

(Please click on any of the following images for an enlarged view.)

Author: johnliddlephotography

Photography reflects how I see the world around me. I respond to images that interest me, which can be anything ... people, places, colour, texture ... anything at all. By sharing my photos through this blog I know that viewers will see based on their life experiences. That is the wonder of photography ... one image ... many interpretations.

6 thoughts on “2014 Favourites

  1. Great pics!
    I hope 2015 will be an excellent year for you and you will continue to delight us with more wonderful pictures!
    Happy New Year!

  2. Hi John 🙂
    12 awesome photos! The cuddling monkeys are adorable, and I love the mood you captured at Fushimi Inari as well as the gorgeous sakura. I’ll have to go back and look at more of your posts from 2014!
    Hope your year has been going well so far!

    • Hi Celia,
      Thanks! I think the Fushimi Inari pic would be close to my favourite. Sometimes we are in the right place at the right time.
      The year is going well and I hope yore adjusting well to your return to colder climes.

  3. Beautifully inviting photos, every one of them.
    Thank you for this beautiful year of memorable captures and thoughtful posts. 🙂

    Do take good care and have a great year full of wonder, too.

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