My Top 10 Photos of 2012

   I always find it difficult to narrow down a years worth of photographs into one list of the “best”. It is a good exercise, however, to really sit down and go through your work and determine what images best fit your current vision for your photography. I did this back in 2010 and 2011 as a part of Jim Goldstein’s project and I am please to enter my images again for this years version.

   All of these photographs are available as Fine Art Prints.

   So in no particular order these are the “top” (probably better termed as favourite) photos I have made in 2012.

kalamalka lake provincial park panorama
Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park Spring Panorama

(Coldstream, British Columbia)

japanese maple tree in the fall
Japanese Maple in Fall

(Langley, British Columbia)

snowy owl bubo scandiacus
A Snowy Owl (Bubo scandiacus)

(British Columbia)

Lupines, Paintbrush and Anenomes in Mount Rainier National Park

(Washington State)

bald eagle haliaeetus leucocephalus during the fraser valley bald eagle festival
Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) during the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival

(Harrison Mills, British Columbia)

larrabee state park sunset
Larrabee State Park Sunset

(Bellingham, Washington State)

lions gate bridge at night with traffic
Vancouver’s Lions Gate Bridge

(Vancouver, British Columbia)

mount shuksan kulshan ridge
Mount Shuksan and the Belt of Venus

(Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington State)

magnolia tree in spring
Magnolia Tree in Spring

(Vancouver, British Columbia)

silver lake provincial park
Reflection at Silver Lake Provincial Park

(Hope, British Columbia)

Thank you for viewing my top 10 of 2012!

25 thoughts on “My Top 10 Photos of 2012”

    • Thanks Johanna, I wouldn’t have been there that night if not for you. I like the version with the bike light trail too – probably not one I’ll be able to replicate any time soon!

  1. Just coming over from Jim’s list and slowly working my way through ๐Ÿ™‚ Some wonderful images Michael. And I agree with ‘Favourite’ of ‘Top’. I’ve approached it as my Personal Favourites for the last six years.


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