Scott Thomas over at View Infinitum has presented us with the latest challenge, asking that we post at least three of our best photographs from the past year.
Hmmmmm. Let's see. There are 3,634 photos in my picture folder. Now to eliminate any images older than a year.
Out of the remaining 2,000 odd pictures I've chosen my five "best" photographs . It's one thing to not delete a photograph, or to even like a photograph, but to hold an image up and say, "This is my best", is not as easy as I thought it would be.
|The dogs run toward me, on the sandy, wind-blown, beach.|
|I don't know how good this photo is, but I like the fact that the |
reflected sky doesn't match the sky in the other direction.
|At the beach, I became fascinated with the patterns the tide had made|
in the sand. There is a strange illusion of speed, although nothing in
the photo is moving.
|Not sure about this picture. It's a curved lead-paned|
window from historic Port Royal.
|Waiting for the subway at the George Street, subway station in Toronto,|
I tried to capture the motion of a passing train.
The more I look at them the less sure I am about their "bestness".
Time to hit "publish post" and stop second-guessing my choices.