11 in 2011 – My Favorite Photos

I picked these images for my top 11 in 2011 because they captured what I was feeling and seeing at the time.  I take a lot of pictures but it takes work, planning, and being connected to the moment to come out with a photograph that tells the story.

See more top images of 2011 at Jim M. Goldstein’s blog project where he gathers links from photographers and creates a one-stop shopping site to see them all.  Looking at other people’s work is a great way to keep inspired through the year.

I was at the Nubble Lighthouse in Maine for the Super Moon rise in March
This was taken at Castle Hill estate in Ipswich, Mass. on a dreamy, foggy evening.
A perfect iris from the gardens of New England Biolabs in Ipswich, Mass.
A warm evening at the New England Biolabs Gardens, Ipswich, Mass.
Calf at Appleton Farms in Ipswich, Mass.
One of the young racers at the High Street Mile in Newburyport, Mass.
Calling in the hounds at Myopia Hunt Club in Hamilton, Mass.
Man vs Wave, Good Harbor Beach, Gloucester, Mass.
Fence at Mormon Row, Jackson, Wyoming
Fall and Winter in Layers, Grand Teton NP, Wyoming
3 Jumping Deer, Pray, Montana (composite)

Here’s to a great year of shooting in 2012!


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