Wishing all of you and yours the absolute best in 2015.
May it be healthy, happy, and prosperous.
As for everyone, it’s been a busy year. A good year. Preservation in Pink told its story through photographs (my undying infatuation with Instagram), with travels throughout Vermont and to Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Georgia, New York, Washington D.C., and Montreal, QC. Of course, many of those included coffee and flamingos. 2014 was a photogenic year, as opposed to essays and tutorials. Check out the latest Instagram post for the most liked Instagram posts of 2015.
What sort of content will 2015 bring for Preservation in Pink? Time will tell as adventures and lessons materialize, but you can be sure that it will be filled with images. That’s the affliction of a preservationist: addicted to documentation and fascinated by images. If you like photographs of buildings and landscapes and details, then you’ve come to the right place. And if you like historic preservation lessons, ramblings, and otherwise, you’re still in the right place. Rather than highlight the most popular posts and recycle posts, I’d encourage you to browse through the Series page for educational preservation posts, as well as Abandoned Vermont.
Anything you’d like to see in 2015? Let me know. The social media world constantly evolves and it is my hope that Preservation in Pink continues to reach its audience and connect, whether through words, images or something new. As will always be the case, I’m grateful for the friends, the colleagues, and the opportunities that I’ve found through Preservation in Pink and the social media world. Maybe it’s due to an abandoned building or a historic playground or someone looking for grad school information or someone who loves flamingos – thank you for stopping in and sharing a bit of your world with me and allowing me to share some of mine.
I’m looking forward to 2015, and I hope you are, too. Cheers!
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If I were still working I could show you some photos I took years ago of a pair of pink flamingos looking at the National Historic Landmark marker in front of the Coolidge Homestead. They also visited the Bennington Battle Monument and stood with great pride checking out the pink Morrill Homestead.
I’d love to see those photos. If you find the photos, send them along. Sounds like the perfect flamingo site visit. Hope you are well!
Just recently discovered your blog and love all the photos. Happy New Year!
Thank you! Happy New Year to you!