End-of-Year and Top 5 Photos from 2018

I didn’t do a lot of end-of-year in stuff this year, partly because I knew it wasn’t going to be a banner year. That year came in 2016, when I had 83,417 hits on the site. This year, I didn’t have half of that (36,122 hits). I thought that my low numbers might have been due to a low number of blog posts. I only posted 125 blogs in 2018. But when I looked at the number for 2016, I found that I posted 137 blogs that year. So there was not much of a difference in output.

Part of the decline might be attributed to the fact that of the 125 posts I made this year, about half of them were devoted strictly to photography. I even toyed with the idea of making my blog a photography only site. There have been a lot of reasons why I played with the idea. But as of yet, it still remains a theological blog, with photography thrown in as a diversion.

Given that, here are my top 5 photos of the year. These are the photos that I really liked. I hope you enjoyed them as well.

Please note that all photos appearing in the banner are copyrighted Timothy J. Hammons 2019.

Top Photo of the Year

Mother and the Bride: Heidi holding Rebekah’s hand before her wedding in October.

Mother and Daughter: Heidi and Jessica’s hands together. The photo that inspired the top photo of the year.

Grandson at the Park

The Cowboy and the Princess, from the archives.

Waving to Strangers, from the archives.