Sunday, January 2, 2011

Sunday Challenge " Best OF 2010"

Well this weeks challenge was pretty hard it is supposed to be our best shots of 2010 . Thanks to these challenges I have improved a lot with the camera but the best........isn't that a matter of individual in my opinion these are some I like a lot and they were also the only ones my computer would upload. So folks I'm going with what I can get...... the best is yet to come.

I really do like the last picture though and I would have to say given my lack of talent it really is one of my best.

Well that's it for me I am not going to push my luck with this wacky machine. Go look at everyone else's posts for this challenge. I am betting you will see some truly talented photographers and some really amazing photos. Happy 2011 everyone hope all your dreams come true. Have a great week. Later


gtyyup said...

Janice...all three are really good shots, but the last is so beautiful...a wish I was there shot!

Happy New Year and many blessings in 2011~

Gail said...

Stunning shots!!!

I love them all and could not choose a favorite.

colleen said...

The sun coming up over the mountains is promise of a new and wonderful day!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Love the mountains!

fernvalley01 said...

All three are great , but I like the last one as well the best

Ed said...

Very cool, but I LOVE that second shot the best..:-)

Shirley said...

They are all good, but I'm with Ed- the second one is my fave.

Linda said...

Happy New Year......I'm thinking the second one is my fav too!

Ann said...

Susan Boylee

Simon Cowell sneered and the huge audience at the “Britain’s Got Talent” show made the sort of faces associated with a bad smell. The object of their disaffection was contestant No. 43212, a plain, middle-aged woman from Scotland with bushy eyebrows and a dress and hairdo that might have been stylish when Dwight Eisenhower was president.

The looks of disdain would shortly turn to tears of sheer elation, as Dawna Friesen said in a report filed for TODAY Wednesday. But first, there was the Cowell torture test for the woman to endure.

“What’s your name, darling?” Cowell said, his tone dripping with condescension.

The woman, who seemed somewhat unnerved by the bright lights and the big crowd in the concert hall where the show was recorded, said she was Susan Boyle. She said she was 47 years old, unemployed, and lived alone with her cat, Pebbles. She had never gone on a date and had never been kissed, she added in a thick brogue.

Crystal said...

Wow I love both the second and third shots! they are amazing!

picturesbybrenda said...

love the clouds between the trees!

CTG Ponies said...


5 Starr's Farm said...

"THANK YOU"..............SAM

allhorsestuff said...

Janice...there all were stunningly beautiful!
Took my breath away. Thanks!

Yea, today was way colder..I had top put the hoof bots on rye mare for protection. The ground was so frozen. I imagine its alot colder in your parts. Hang in...spring is around the next corner! Come ride with me virtually, while you wait. Where do you want to go and what do you wish to do and see?

Kacy K w Wa mare

DayPhoto said...

Beautiful! The mountains are amazing.


Sarah said...

"lack of tallent"? I think your pictures show tallent. I especially like that last shot of the sky framed by the trees!

gowestferalwoman said...

That first one reminds me of a sun dog!

And I agree; the last shot should be published somewhere!

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