Top Ten Photoblogs of 2015

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January 1, 2016 by katmcdaniel

I love making photoblogs! Researching, putting together images and writing an article take quite a bit of time, but the process is truly rewarding. I have learned about so many wonderful artists and disciplines that I might never have encountered otherwise.

Most of my photoblogs were from the first half of 2015 and they were very popular. Here are the ten posts that received the most views plus one of my favorites. Thanks for looking and reading. I will have more of these for you in 2016!


10.Window on the Universe: The Hubble Space Telescope Turns 25


9.Made of Star Stuff: Thoughts on Milky Way by Mihoko Ogaki


8. What Lies Between: Exploring the Japanese Tea Garden


7. Imitating Water: Liquid Light by Tanya Clark


6. Mindfulness Meets Playfulness: A Gallery of Faerie Houses


5. Uniting Sacred and Secular: Two Green Cathedrals of Europe


4. Sharing a Difficult Journey: The Art Installations of Serge Alain Nitegeka


3. Life Through the Lens: Pioneers of Documentary Photography


2. Animal Images, Inspiration from Nature, Part Two


1. Dressing the Story: A Gallery of Operatic Set Design



Author’s Favorite

Scanning the Nest: The Art of Ellen Hoverkamp



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