Seasons Greetings From Hidden City

December 24, 2015 |  by  |  Last Light  |  , ,

 

| Photo: Bradley Maule

One of the best seats in the house | Photo: Bradley Maule

Dear Readers,

Time flies when you are having fun, but we need a little time to recharge our batteries. The Hidden City Daily is taking a short holiday break beginning today–and with good news about an early delivery from Santa that brings our Fall Campaign total to about $28,000, just shy of the $30,000 goal.

We will be back in the saddle on January 4th. In the meantime, enjoy the following collection of our favorite photographs from stories in 2015.

Happy holidays and warmest regards,
Nathaniel, Peter, Michael, Bradley, co-editors

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As the temperatures cool off in the fall, Devil's Pool resumes its three-quarters-of-the-year tranquility | Photo: Bradley Maule

From “The Devil Is In The Detail” | Photo: Bradley Maule

| Photo: Bradley Maule

From “Winter Whiteout 2015” | Photo: Bradley Maule

 

 

From “And Liberty For All”” | Photo: Bradley Maule

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From “Blue Roof, Green Space, New City” | Photo: Bradley Maule

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From “The End Of The Road For 40th And Pine” | Photo: Michael Bixler


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