I have been doing this for three years now, and each time I wonder just how accurate the selection of photos can possibly be. Picking ten (or fifteen, in this case) memorable moments of any given year amounts to cherry-picking on an epic scale: It leaves out the grey days, the rainy afternoons. It skips right over the time spent indoors as well as all the hours huddled behind a computer screen. But for someone whose brain seems to work in pictures, it is really all about images: Their vividness erases anything that seemed mundane and leaves you feeling great about the previous year. So as revisionist or incomplete as it may seem, isn’t such a visual collection the best way to remember anything?