Sunday Stills-the best of 2010

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything on my blog.  My one and only resolution for the new year was to do better on posting this year.  What better way to get started than with the first Sunday Stills of 2011. 

This is one of my favorite spots to photograph – Rocky Fork Dam.  As you can see, this was taken after a beautiful snowfall.

These are a couple of my very favorite shots of the blessing that arrived in late February of 2010.  My Mom’s first great-grandson.

The summer soon arrived and so did the butterflies, birds and flowers.

I loved this shot of a train sitting in the countryside in Fayette County. 

Christmas is my favorite time of the year and I had to include a couple of shots of my Christmas trees.  The first one is a simple close-up of the candlelites on our livingroom tree and the second is a tribute to our troops and my son who is deployed.  Keep’em flyin’ son! Semper Fi!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!  I’m looking forward to seeing all the great photos to come in 2011.


6 Responses to “Sunday Stills-the best of 2010”

  1. I just love the winter scene! and the candles! The hands have a lot of memories there – look almost like mine and my granddaughter!

  2. How can you not pick the shot of your mother and her great=granson as the best shot? So precious. 🙂

  3. The third photo is priceless, and bound to be a family classic treasure.

  4. Precious photos of your mom with the great-grandchild. The orange flower macro is my fav; great color tones! Happy New Year!

  5. Regular Guy Says:

    Happy New Year, great choices.

  6. Love the blue egg, but the generational photos are priceless.

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