The Best Shots of 2017

Here is a roundup of favorite pictures I took during this year. Which one do you like best?

1. A rare snow fell on the Verde Valley, Arizona
2. The Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, AZ
3. Madrid delectables
4. Plaza de España bridges in Seville
5. The marriage of curves and lines
6. La Casa de Pilatos
7. The Alcázar of Seville basement
8. Gaudí elevator
9. Toledo
10. Hotel stairs, Barcelona
11. Bodie Lighthouse, North Carolina

12. Late Summer, Hart Prairie, Flagstaff

13. Kayaking at Woods Canyon Lake, Mogollon Rim, AZ

37 Comments on “The Best Shots of 2017

  1. Hard to choose which one, but I’m drawn to the one of Flagstaff as the blue mountains in the distance remind me of the blue hills around the area I grew up in.


  2. I think the Alcazar basement look like an oil painting, so crosses genres for me, in a good way.
    As a photo, I like the hotel stairs best.
    Best wishes, Pete. x


  3. Cindy, this isn’t fair at all! Every time I said, “oh, this is the one” then another followed – they are all beautiful – what a year of great imagery! Happy holidays and here’s to a great 2018!


  4. I am afraid Johnrieber took and used my comment before I had a chance to. Such beauty. Such an eye. And I love the change of pace with your Hotel Steps, Barcelona.


  5. Stunning photos, Cindy! It’s number 7 for me. Wishing you and your family all the blessings of Christmas!!!


    • Mozzarella with a glaze and peppers and spices. It looks like marshmallow with chocolates and candies, eh?
      Sometimes a picture of food looks like vomit; the Madrid culinary chefs made food look like art.

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