2021 – the year in images

The photographers (Goodwood racegoers photographing a steam train arriving at Chichester station)

Next in the reviews of 2021 comes images – personal images, that is. The usual mixture of nature composing itself to its best advantage, abstract art discovered in run-down places, and people arranging themselves as they will. For higher resolution versions click on the title links, which will take you to my Flickr pages. My favourite image of the year is at the top.

Droplets (icy droplets on a Rochester wall in February)
Figures in a gallery (Visitors at ‘Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty’ exhibition, Dulwich Picture Gallery)
1700 (house dating from 1700, Cooling, Kent)
Night sailing (ship by Medway City Estate)
Sorrow (from the tombstone of George Broad, Victorian foundry manager, an ancestor, Hammersmith Margravine cemetery)
Daisies (Rochester riverside view, with cathedral and castle in distance)
Ghost plant (seen in a Rochester window)
Composition (daisies in a derelict forecourt, Rochester)
Branches 2 (St James’s Park, London)
Two bays (north and south bays of Scarborough, seen from headland)
Cracked (cracked plastic backing to a window of Strood supermarket)
Derwentwater, early morning view (Lake District, September)
Tree complicated (Chatham trees)
Road in Spring (near High Halstow, Kent)
I see fields of green (near Harvel, Kent)
Untitled (boarding in Rochester)
River and evening sky (River Medway seen from Rochester bridge)

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