I made a few thousand photographs in 2016. These ten satisfy me the most.

Dublin at golden hour
Dublin at dusk. Canon PowerShot S95.
The Pyramids
The Pyramids, a landmark in northwest Indianapolis. Konica Auto S2, Kodak Gold 200.
Leaves on the iron bench *EXPLORED*
Leaves on the iron bench. Canon A2e, 50mm f/1.8 Canon EF, Fujicolor 200.
St. James Gate, Dublin. Nikon N2000, 35mm f/2.8 AI Nikkor, Kodak T-Max 400.
Ballinrobe, Ireland
Red door in Ballinrobe, Ireland. Canon PowerShot S95.
Garfield Park
The conservatory at Garfield Park, Indianapolis. Olympus Stylus, Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400 (expired).
Golden fence
Golden fence at Saddlebrook Golf Course, Indianapolis. Minolta AF-Sv, Fujicolor 200.
Mass Ave and a light leak
Massachussetts Avenue, Indianpolis. Kodak Six-20 Brownie, Kodak Verichrome Pan (expired 9/1982).
Brooklyn Bridge
Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge. Canon PowerShot S95.
In motion
Packard hood ornament. Pentax ME, 50mm f/1.4 SMC Pentax-M, Kodak Tri-X.

Ten favorite photos of 2016


17 thoughts on “Ten favorite photos of 2016

  1. Ward Fogelsanger says:

    On a different subject referencing your past photos of the stately homes on Main St in Casey IL the white one directly across from the library is gore sale for only 145k… check it out on Facebook.

    • It is interesting all the cameras I used that returned these images. I would never have guessed that the Minolta AF-Sv, for example, was so capable.

  2. hmunro says:

    As Dan commented, the beautiful work you produced with such a range of cameras is a testament to the photographer’s great eye. Wonderful set, Jim — I love them all.

    • Thanks Bob! That one is remarkable, isn’t it? Even if I do say so myself! That was a case where the image was far, far better than I could have imagined when I composed it.

  3. Nick says:

    Yes that Packard hood ornament really has something!
    10 Pictures is quite an output. I’ll maybe come up with three, but not without cheating a bit :=))
    Thanks for showing.

  4. Nancy Stewart says:

    I like them all Jim. I think my favorite one is the park bench and red leaves. Happy New Year !!!

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