Year 2011 in Pictures
A compilation of my personal favorite photos of 2011
As I mention yesterday, I have a very good year in 2011, photography-wise. From more than 12,500 photos that I took this year, I make more than 365 photoblog posts. And now, I’m going to shrink them into 12 of my favorite photos — based on the month I publish them.
January — title: Sith Lord. It’s not everyday I see this kind of scene (original post).
February — title: Carbon Footprint. This photo reminds me to be kind to our mother earth (original post).
March — title: No Train. I took this photo three days after 11 March Earthquake. People were stranded because the train system was crippled by power shortage (original post).
April — title: Faceless. I cannot really put my finger on why I like this photo so much. I just like it. This is one of the first posts in the new blog (original post).
May — title: Waiting for the Light. One of my defining moments, when I learn the possibility of being creative by shooting in manual mode (original post).
June — title: Three Wise Ladies. I just love the symmetry, and of course, the accidental pose. This might be my favorite photo of 2011 (original post)
July — title: Bold. I just love the bold charisma coming out from him (original post).
August — title: Perfect Date. I like it because, well, it seems like my kind of perfect date (original post)
September — title: Skinny Silhouette. I love the lighting, and this is the first published photo that was taken with my favorite lens (original post)
October — title: Window Seat. I like this photo for so many reasons, one of them is because it was taken in South Korea (original post)
November — title: No Title. I just love the lines, curves, and the lighting (original post)
December — title: Guiding Light. I love the lighting on this one (original post)
Again, 2011 has been a great year for me. I’m looking forward to 2012. I hope I can travel to more places, see more new things, and be able to capture them on my camera.
Thank you very much for your visits and comments in 2011. I hope you enjoy the photos and stories, and I’m looking forward to see you again here next year.
Happy New Year 2012, and see you next year!
*Many places, Earth, 2011
Some would prefer to see it in “Gallery style”. So, click any photo below, and use cursor to browse the gallery. Enjoy.