What are your best shots of 2017?

steen-ag

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Oct 26, 2012
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My best Shot in 2017 was the morning sun in the Forrest Teglstruphegn in Elsinore Denmark:

The Photo was taken with a Canon 5D-III and with 3 Photos. The 3 Photos wqas mergen in LR to a HDR Picture.

with regards

Steen Aage Nielsen
Denmark
 

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Handrews

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Really great shots, dear gents.

I added some of my favorites from last year:

Budapest Heroes' Square Monument | Hősök tere Budapest
Untitled by B90ATX, on Flickr

Budapest House of Parliament at blue hour
Budapest in blue by B90ATX, on Flickr

Budapest Elisabeth bridge
Untitled by B90ATX, on Flickr

Macro Mondays
Macro Mondays! by B90ATX, on Flickr

Bucharest architecture
Untitled by B90ATX, on Flickr

Hotel Capitol entrance, Bucharest
On streets at night by B90ATX, on Flickr

Snow flakes blown by the wind, lit by a street lamp
Dance of the fireflies by B90ATX, on Flickr

Mick Box from Uriah Heep performing in Hard Rock Cafe, Bucharest
Rock! by B90ATX, on Flickr
 

scottkinfw

Wildlife photography is my passion
Handrews said:
Really great shots, dear gents.

I added some of my favorites from last year:

Budapest Heroes' Square Monument | Hősök tere Budapest
Untitled by B90ATX, on Flickr

Budapest House of Parliament at blue hour
Budapest in blue by B90ATX, on Flickr

Budapest Elisabeth bridge
Untitled by B90ATX, on Flickr

Macro Mondays
Macro Mondays! by B90ATX, on Flickr

Bucharest architecture
Untitled by B90ATX, on Flickr

Hotel Capitol entrance, Bucharest
On streets at night by B90ATX, on Flickr

Snow flakes blown by the wind, lit by a street lamp
Dance of the fireflies by B90ATX, on Flickr

Mick Box from Uriah Heep performing in Hard Rock Cafe, Bucharest
Rock! by B90ATX, on Flickr
Powerful images Handrews. Great work.

Scott
 
@dslrdummy - that wild dog photo is unbelievable! But there are lots of great photos here.

Though I shoot conservatively (in terms of volume), 2017 was probably my most prolific photo year to date with half a dozen trips and several all time favorite images. Too many to post but here are a few.

Hallstatt, Austria (which I have framed as a 40x50 inch enlargement).

Sequoia National Park, USA (which I have framed as a 40x60 inch enlargement).

Project Survival's Cat Haven, USA (which I had in a gallery show and sold).

Monument Valley, USA (which will be in a show this spring at Tucson International Airport).
 

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I post too Much on Here!!
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MrFotoFool said:
Though I shoot conservatively (in terms of volume), 2017 was probably my most prolific photo year to date with half a dozen trips and several all time favorite images. Too many to post but here are a few.

Hallstatt, Austria (which I have framed as a 40x50 inch enlargement).

Sequoia National Park, USA (which I have framed as a 40x60 inch enlargement).

Project Survival's Cat Haven, USA (which I had in a gallery show and sold).

Monument Valley, USA (which will be in a show this spring at Tucson International Airport).

Beautiful series. Well done, Fred.
 

eml58

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Aug 26, 2012
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been quite a while since I posted, thought I'de put this Image up, it was a Photo, but something I've enjoyed working on for a while, I think Boredom was setting in.

The original image was taken at the rear of St Stephen's Cathedral Vienna Dec ' 17

H6D 100c HC 100 f/3.5 Lens
 

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privatebydesign

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eml58 said:
been quite a while since I posted, thought I'de put this Image up, it was a Photo, but something I've enjoyed working on for a while, I think Boredom was setting in.

The original image was taken at the rear of St Stephen's Cathedral Vienna Dec ' 17

H6D 100c HC 100 f/3.5 Lens
And you get a very welcome return comment from me Edward! Good to see you back even if you and Eldar are both engrossed in your Hasselblad's ;)
 

stevelee

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Jul 6, 2017
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Not one of my best shots of 2017, but probably my favorite, was taken at York Minster on April 27.

I was traveling with a group from the Episcopal church in my neighborhood, and we were running late getting to York in time for Evensong. They had saved some chairs for us, and we were waiting for the choir to process in place as they sang. I wasn't sure what was going on, but we were outside the screen enclosing where everybody else was, so I decided to take a picture while we stood there. It did not occur to me that the red focus light would go off and be reflected around the church. So just before the shutter went off, people in the group turned with shocked looks on their faces, and the guide put up her hand to stop me: