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 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.

AsAeenBySusan 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 said...

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

Charlestonjoan 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!