Monday, January 1, 2018

Photograph of the Year


I was away from both Naples and Hartford a lot this year, so the inventory of photos from either place was not as robust as some previous years.  (My own rule is that a "photograph of the year" can't be taken on one of my many travels.)  There were a lot of decent photos, but this photo of an
organist rehearsing for a concert at Hartford's Trinity College chapel was a personal favorite. 

City Daily Photo bloggers are showing their "photograph of the year" for 2017 today.
Click here to view them.

17 comments:

Andy said...

You are are off to a good start for 2018. Keep on clicking.

Karl Demetz said...

Wishing you a very Happy New Year, Jack !

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Playing an organ of that size looks more akin to flying a Jumbo Jet than playing a musical instrument! Your picture captures well the awe-inspiring scale of the undertaking.

jennyfreckles said...

Lovely photo. You can see his skill and enthusiasm. Hope it sounded as good as it looks.

Kate said...

It's a great photo of the pipe organ; I can imagine that the sound is majestic! Happy New Year, Jack. May you enjoy good health and happiness in 2018.

Susan Bauer said...

I like the symmetry of this shot. Nice choice. Happy New Year.

RedPat said...

A good one, Jack! Looking forward to some sunny pics this week from FLA since it is so cold here!

Sharon Anck said...

That's a good choice Jack! It's a beautiful photo! Happy New Year.

Joan Perry said...

Lovely. Happy New Year to you and yours!

wilf said...

Beautful photo, wonderful choice! Happy 2018!

Jim said...

Brilliant shot.

bill burke said...

I love this shot, Jack. A great choice for you, Happy 2018.

Michelle said...

Jack, best wishes for a great 2018!

Bob Crowe said...

I can hear this. Beautifully composed.

William Kendall said...

That is one big organ!

Kay said...

A very nice shot...but I have to say the lion shot is hard to improve on.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Beautiful shot Jack, I can see why it's a favourite. The symmetry is a pleasure to see!