That's #4 on Photojojo's New Year's Photo Resolutions. Click here to read all 22 resolutions. I'm curious -- how do you display your pictures? I take so many photos that I can't possibly display them all, but that doesn't stop me from trying. Downstairs in our family room I have a lot of photos on the wall. Last summer I bought these collage-type picture frames for the kitchen area in our family room. These pictures don't show it well, but these are movie poster sized frames, so they're pretty big. These frames are fun and a great conversation starter for people because they can see so much at one time. For these particular frames I used photos of my family mostly in national parks or camping trips. As random as the photos look, there is sort of a theme to them. I'm thinking of getting another frame for my boy's playroom. They have a wall that could use some pictures and I thought it would be fun to make a theme of "silly kid pics" or something. I also have a digital picture frame that I totally love. For Christmas a few years back, we got them for my mom and Rick's parents. We loaded the disks up with our pictures for them. I'm hoping someday they come out with really large ones, like 50-inch frames, which would be awesome to display on my fireplace wall. One of my favorite photographs I've had printed onto a blanket. I have that in my hallway as a wall hanging. Click here if you want to see which picture it was. It's probably my favorite mountain goat picture I've taken so far. I think if you click on the photographs, they might enlarge, if you want to see the pictures closer (note: second one does). So, I was just curious how everyone else displays their photographs. Anyone have any new ideas?