The Time for Top Tens
So, this post is a collection of my 10 favourite photos of the year. It’s almost impossible to pick the 10 I really like the most – these are a selection of ones which either evoke fond memories or look good to me now. Some of them have appeared on my blog or Flickr account; if you want to see larger versions, click on the picture (if available). Enjoy!
An unknown surfer tucked in to a South Australian ledge early in the New Year.
A quirky view of an art installation in Melbourne's Docklands area.
Sometimes, vivid and crisp is the way to go. A tiny flower in the back garden.
A ferocious shorebreak unleashes its energy at The Wreck, Byron Bay.
Close-up photos of water drops is a particular fascination of mine. Here's a pearl on velvet...
The most inquisitive looking insect of all, the praying mantis - view large!
One of the cleanest, most fun little surfs of the year...
Melbourne's Remembrance Shrine - check it out large.
One of the year's bigger swells explodes over Angourie Point. Look at the tiny people!
Probably my favourite image of the year... a man and his dog in the wake of a huge storm.
2010 holds the promise of even more travel and exciting opportunities – I hope to make this collection look positively amateurish!