Friday Shots, December Wrap-up

My Powderhorn 365 shots from December 16:

Peter warms up his truck on a cold December morning

Snowy Evening

Shots from December 23:

Self portrait with mirror and ladder

I’m 61, and yes, I can do handstands

Shots from December 30:

Cardinal at the Feeder

Between Houses

Three Shovels

Re-construction 1

Re-construction 2

Red Hands

Tree Chair

Wise No. 23

Standing Rock – Water is Life

And that wraps up my year as the Friday photographer for the Powderhorn 365 project.

Here’s the gallery of all my Powderhorn 365 shots for 2016.

It’s been a great year, and it has brought my life-long love of photography into sharp, shall we say, focus.

I’m now in the early stages of planning a second career in portrait photography. Stay tuned.

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