My Top 10 Photos of 2008
I hadn’t considered doing a post summing up my year in photography, but today I saw a tweet from Phill Price reminding people to submit their Top Ten to Jim M. Goldstein’s blog project. I’ve run across Jim’s blog before, but for some reason I haven’t subscribed in Google Reader. Well, that has been fixed.
I usually find it hard to pick shots I like. The shots I like are often not the ones that get the most views or faves. I went through my Zooomr photostream and picked the ones I like best that were also favorites of the Zooomr community. So here are my best shots of 2008, in no particular order:
Dreaming of Summer
Elk Lake, Oregon. One of my favorite places.
My wife always has fresh flowers in the house, so I get a lot of opportunities to take flower shots.
Barack Obama, plate 6
I had to include one of these shots. I was one of the highlights of the year for me, and the nation.
Return to Earth
Morrison Planetarium, Academy of Sciences, San Francisco
Somewhere near Southwick, Idaho. Another shot from our summer vacation.
What do you hold in
A fence post near Petaluma, CA
Everything you want
Taken in Redding, CA at the Sundial Bridge. Also from the summer vacation.
Another shot of flowers in my house.
Power lines in Petaluma, CA