Saturday, 29 December 2012

2012 Round Up

As the end of the year draws near we approach that time when journalists the world over start getting all retrospective and nostalgic about the passing of another 12 months. Whilst it seems like this is a reasonable enough tac to take the reality is that it is a quick, easy and lazy way to generate another week of output on the cheap; and who am I to argue with such a proud tradition? So here, having gone to absolutely no effort whatsoever, are a collection of some of the better photos from the blog over 2012. Some of them are taken from the most popular posts of the year and some of them are just ones I like. Normal service will resume in the New Year. Enjoy!



This is one from a post on how to incorporate textures into images, the photo itself is from Porto.




This shot of Tower Bridge could be improved by returning early morning when the sun would be off to the left and less harsh.



This close up of a leopard is from a post on abstracted animals.



Although the town itself is forgettable Tulum is one of the most impressive archaeological sites I've been to.



Chichen Itza, the second most visited place in all of Mexico.



This shot of a hummingbird is a bit out of focus but was the best I managed to get and the culmination of a lot of effort.


I just love the colour palette in this picture.



Sunset on the South Bank: heaven.



From the same post as above, once the sun had gone down we went to the top of One New Change for this amazing view of an icon of London.



This panorama of Mount Esja is quite beautiful when viewed blown up, even if I do say so myself.



This is one of Sue's favourites from our trip to Vietnam.