My Favorites – 2014

2014 was an exciting year.  One of its highlights was definitely my first trip to China where I visited Guizhou Province and Shanghai. Many other trips were closer to home: journeys up and down the California coast, to the Eastern Sierra, to Tahoe, to Yosemite, to Oregon, to … Well, it was very fulfilling.  It took me a bit longer than expected, but I finally completed the selection of my favorite images of the year. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did creating it.

I am curious to see which ones you like the most. Please leave a comment with the numbers of your top three.

Thank you for following my photographic adventures. I wish you the best for 2015!

– Daniel

Here are the links to my previous year’s selections: 201120122013 and below, in no particular order this year’s.

1) Glowing El Capitan, Yosemite National Park

Glowing El Capitan

2) Sun rays in the fog, Yosemite National Park

Sun rays in the fog

3) El Capitan with Clouds, Yosemite National Park

El Capitan with Clouds

4) San Francisco Waterfront at Dawn

San Francisco Waterfront at Dawn

5) Partial Solar Eclipse with Transamerica Pyramid, San Francisco

Partial Solar Eclipse with Transamerica

6) Aspen with Sunburst, Eastern Sierra, California

Aspen with Sunburst

7) Starry Sky at Pier 7, San Francisco

Starry Sky at Pier 7

8) Golden Gate Bridge with Backlit Clouds, San Francisco

Golden Gate Bridge with Backlit Clouds

9) Transamerica with Full Moon, San Francisco

Transamerica with Full Moon

10) Resting Full Moon, Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

Resting Full Moon

11) Pudong – Shanghai, China


12) Jiaxiu Tower at Night #2, Guizhou Province, China

Jiaxiu Tower at night #2

13) Tree with Crazy Sky, Central Valley, California

Tree with Crazy Sky

14) Pier with S.S. Palo Alto, Aptos, California

Pier with S.S. Palo Alto


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

4 thoughts on “My Favorites – 2014”

  1. Daniel these are beyond stunning. My husband and I studied them all HAPPILY. Palo Alto is just too good for words. Well done. (Wow!)

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