Favorites – 2016

It is this time of the year where one revisits the past 12 months. For me, among others, this means reviewing some of the 13,000 images I took during the year and select my favorites. Let me tell you that’s not an easy task! Already during the year, I pre select candidates.  But at the end, I still have to go down from something like 50-100 images to 10. This is now the six time I am doing this. Here are the links to the past years: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015

It is always a pleasure to review past images. But my mind tends to drift away with all the memories that they evoke. Got to stay focused….

Without further due, here are my favorites of 2016. I hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I enjoyed making and developing them.

Thank you for following my photographic adventures! I wish you a healthy, happy, and fulfilling 2017.

Daniel

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PS: I have two more galleries with images that didn’t make it into the final selection:

 

San Francisco Fireworks with Bay Lights – San Francisco

 

Disguised Pyramid – Paris

 

Yosemite Valley under Clouds – Yosemite National Park

 

Half Dome with Alpenglow – Yosemite National Park

 

Golden Golden Gate Bridge at Sunset – San Francisco

 

Snow , Ice, and Sand – Yosemite National Park

 

Snowy Stoneman Meadow – Yosemite National Park

 

Milky Way over Dead Bristlecone Pine – White Mountain

 

Bristlecone Pine after Sunset – White Mountain

 

Rocks and Water #2

 

Snowy Trees at Merced River – Yosemite National Park

 

Golden Gate Bridge with Pilings – San Francisco

 

 

Prints and Licensing: All images are available as fine art prints and for licensing. Please contact me for more details.

4 thoughts on “Favorites – 2016”

    1. Yeah, sometimes a scene works much better as a monochromatic image than a color one. Thank you for stopping by my site and commenting. Best – Daniel

    1. Thank you for your kind words, Jim! I appreciate you doing this Best Photos project. It is a lot of fun, a great motivation to review the past year’s photos, and a cool way to discover other photogs. Wishing you the best for 2017 as well. – Daniel

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