Saturday, December 31, 2011

Portland Monthly Photo 2011

I did this last year, so I figure I should make this a yearly tradition. Here is a photo from each month of 2011. Not necessarily my "best" or favorite photo from each month, but a photo from each month nonetheless. You can check out the monthly archives of this site at anytime by scrolling down to the "Blog Archive" section in the right hand column.

January 2011 (<-click to go to this month in the archives)

Park Street in Snow.

Cumberland Ave from Above.

Benny's Famous Fried Clams.

Congress Street Mystery

Photo taken from one of my top 5 places to photograph the Portland skyline.

Petite Jacqueline restaurant at Longfellow Square. 

Looking into the Past: Monument Square

Looking Down: From the Portland Observatory

Scooter on Exchange Street.

Sunset from Standpipe Park on Munjoy Hill.


Casco Bay Lines ferry passing Fort Gorges. 

That's all for now. Thanks for a great year! This site had over 60,000 unique visitors this year (a number that goes up every year). And that number doesn't include the people who follow this blog via a feed or the people who may only view my photos on other sites (Flickr, Tumblr, Corey Templeton Photography, etc) and never actually visit this blog. Stay tuned for another year of photos from Portland.


  1. Happy New Year, Corey! July is most clever. Keep up the good work and great blog.

  2. You're always mentioning that you have tons of pics that never get posted; it would be cool if, in addition to the 12 end-of-the-year photos you re-posted you also added new and previously unseen ones from that same month. I know I would enjoy it and plus it's also an excuse to display more of your work. Or perhaps you could do the same thing but rather than aligning the unseen photos with last years months you post them anew in Jan. of this year and return to the same spot upon said month post a current pic of that spot? Just an idea or two. Hope I'm not imposing too much of myself or being too insisting here because I really, really enjoy your eye as-is.