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Your shots of 2010.

Prompted by a similar thread on another forum...

These are my favourite shots from 2010. They may not be the most the most interesting, the most technical or even the best looking but for various reasons these are the shots that I remember and like.

Care to post yours?



















Boxer6

Just to let you know I had noticed this thread Alan, but not picked my faves yet, OR had time to post them up if I had!

I will get to it though.
PhilD

Re: Your shots of 2010.

woof woof wrote:
Prompted by a similar thread on another forum...

These are my favourite shots from 2010. They may not be the most the most interesting, the most technical or even the best looking but for various reasons these are the shots that I remember and like.

Care to post yours?





Really like this one Alan.
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Thank you Phil. I took a load that day with my 20D+Siggy 50mm f1.4 and GF1. That shot was taken with the former.

As I said, they may not be good pictures or the best I took but I like qnd remember taking every one.
PhilD

This might make you spit Alan but Iíve been loving my the camera on the Iphone 4 recently and have some good shots of London Town, will post later.  I mostly take photos of my food (cuz I'm a bit weird!)
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Don't knock the iphone. the best camera is the one you have with you  
Clunes

Ok - I didn't take that many photos last year (as always 'life' seems to take over) but here is a quick and relatively diverse selection

Panorama


Hammock


Dandelion


Ladybird Lunch


Magnum!


Bottoms Up!
PhilD

Clunes... Wow.
PhilD

Couple of months agao with Iphone (and a little bit of adjustment in photoshop). Had to go via Facebook to post this so quality has suffered.


gooner

For me my favourite pics of 2010 were taken of the Megane shortly after I got it and took it up to Cumbria for the week. I took these on my phone having taken an impromptu trip along the Honiston Pass:












Shame it's unlikely to be in such a nice setting for most of it's life. just hope it isn't ever in the state the Focus ended up in. Wouldn't mind, but I'd only cleaned it a couple of days before!


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