My 2020 in photos

It’s time to recap the year in photos. Even during a pandemic I found things to photograph. But before the pandemic we went to the Marjory McNeely Conservatory at Como Park for the annual winter carnival orchid show, usually held the third weekend in January every year. Do check out my post to view some gorgeous orchids and other plants and flowers as I’m only including a few in my gallery below. I’m going to guess that there won’t be an orchid show in 2021. I will have to revel in past years’ photos and wait for next year’s show.

This year I created posts about our cat Frankie, a summer visit to Itasca, one of my favorite state parks, a fun art project called Roseville in Bloom, our kitchen remodel and a socially distanced visit to the Minneapolis Institute of Art. I also took advantage of the University of Minnesota’s retirement incentive and I’m including photos of some of my parting gifts. An interesting year, to say the least!

Please enjoy this gallery of photos from my 2020 which includes other photos not previously shared here on my blog as well as some of my favorite seasonal photos.

To close, here are a couple of sunrise photos that I especially like. Happy new year! And may 2021 bring us peace and health and an end to the pandemic.


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8 responses to “My 2020 in photos

  1. Busy year! Nice overview – you’d never know there was a pandemic… Thanks for the lovely review of 2020! All the best – and so much better – for 2021! 💖

  2. Lovely photos, hon- especially the flowers. Wishing you a healthy, happy 2021 :) :)

  3. Yea… That’s what I thought too… But ever the stickler… :)

  4. Thanks for sharing your pictures Toby! I always enjoy your view of things!
    Wishing you, John and Maggie and the best in 2021! May your year be filled with much happiness and great health!

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