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My Top Thirteen Images for 2010

January 17th, 2011

I have finally put to together my top thirteen 2010 images, based on reader’s response to my blog and Facebook page. I didn’t make an exact tally, but this is a close summary of the top votes received. Why 13? It’s my lucky number!

Thanks to all of you who gave me your feedback! It is immensely satisfying for me to see what I accomplished, and for all the positive vibes you all have given me. It is important to me that my work communicates well and has emotional impact.

Cheers, Bill

Salsify Seeds, 2010

Stones and reflections, Ahwahnee, California 2010

Valley Oak and fog, Ahwahnee, California 2010

Plum Blossom, Ahwahnee, California 2010

Twilight at Scripps Pier, La Jolla, California 2010

Two Calla Lilies, Ahwahnee, California 2010

Dogwood Branch, Merced River, Yosemite National Park, 2010

Pier Pilings, Coquille River, Bandon, Oregon 2010

Aspen and Sierra Nevada Mountains, Conway Summit, California 2010

Sunrise surf, Carmel, California 2010

Cows and Winter Hills, Diablo Mountains, Pacheco Pass, California 2010

Oaks in autumn snowstorm, Ahwahnee, California 2010

Calla Leaf, Ahwahnee, California 2010

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13 Responses to “My Top Thirteen Images for 2010”

  1. Endment says:

    Wonderful images – really difficult to pick a favorite out of this bunch – the surf at Carmel and the fog images are magical.

  2. Alen Ferina says:

    all wonderful. my favorites ar both piers and sunrise surf…

  3. Amryl Malek says:

    Great images..I personally like the cows and also the oaks..

  4. Rebecca says:

    I always enjoy your work! These are wonderful. I especially like Scripps Pier, Conway Summit, Stones & Reflections, and Pier Pilings. Thanks for sharing…

  5. Rick Hardt says:

    Very inspiring Bill
    Thanks for your contributions.

  6. Thanks, folks!

    I uploaded images to the blog last night, and the sizing got messed up. Will try to fix soon…

  7. Now the images look right!

    Thanks, Gary…

  8. Mark says:

    As usual, your work remains incredibly inspiring. Thanks for helping us see through your eyes.

  9. You are most welcome, Mark!

  10. Wow, very nice shots. It would be hard to pick out one from the bunch, they all seem to have something special 🙂 lovely work.

  11. Giovanni B. says:

    My favourites:
    Dogwood Branch;
    Oaks in autumn snowstorm
    Stones and reflections


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