My pictures are taking over my house. I took this photograph to send to my sisters to ask them if it looked crappy. But then I decided to just throw it out there and ask you how you handle all your pictures. I've been taking photographs for oh, probably 25 years or so. I never thought they were great, but some were good enough to frame and showcase in our home. So I've collected way too many pictures and to tell the truth, many many old ones are in boxes. In frames. Most of the frames aren't great, but enough already! My pictures have even invaded my bookcases. This is only one of the bookcases. The other is back in one of the guest rooms. I barely have room for the books. And now that I look at it like this, on this page, I think it looks terribly cluttered! There are pictures on my mantle, and on top of the TV cabinet. They're everywhere. And now that I'm taking pictures of things other than my children, and landscapes, my macro shots are piling up on the walls. I mean, I don't have many of them printed, mainly because I have nowhere to put them! Note: we're getting rid of the clock. For lack of anywhere else to put it in the living room, we stuck it up over the mantle for now. Same with the pictures there, and the candlesticks. I took them out of a box and stuck them there just to get rid of the boxes. And there they still are. And that picture I had done at mpix.com is still sitting where I last took a picture of it for this post. Oy!
So, tell me. What do you do with all of your photography?