I started the year being very organised and made a folder to save my favourite photos in preparation for this post. Then somewhere along the line I either got waylaid or gave up, I am not sure which. So I decided not to bother. Then I thought…wait a minute, Instagram. I post all my favourite photos there and tag the details. So if I look back at the last year I should be able to choose my favourites. Simple. Except now I have to take screen shots and include some Instagram formatting. Oh well, I am not perfect. Maybe it will spur me on the make better decision in the future.
With that said, here are my favourite photos from 2019. They are not in any order, I wasn’t able to choose that specifically.
Actually, I think the last one might be my favourite. It was the first time I took a photo and after processing it was exactly as I envisioned when I took it.
Lots of these photos were taken on my phone, which proves the adage, the best camera is the one you have with you.
Plus I think I love the one of my sister because of the time we spent in London more than the actual photo. We went away for my birthday and it was a super weekend.
Next year I think I will forgo the folder idea and stick to Instagram. So much easier.
This one takes longer, but it looks a little better and you can see instagram’s top account’s top nines. Gosh that is hard to write and say. https://bestnine.net/en
On my account I post film and digital photos, I rarely post personal photos. Recently I have been going through my back catalogue and reprocessing them. It has been interesting to revisit places and times, revisit photos with new apps.
Here is my top nine for 2019.
I am glad the victorian camera made it into the top nine. I wish I could have kept the camera as it was beautiful, but I didn’t think I would ever use it again as it really was cumbersome. The photo below it was taken by that camera.
If you would like to see more of my photos without all the text, you can find a link to my Instagram account at the end of this post.