My 21 favourites from ’12.

Favourite, Inspiration, Life's Little Moments

This week, I looked back at all of my images from 2012.

As I do every year, I tried to pick out my favourites (the last time I did this, I posted my 11 from 2011).

This time, I ended up with 21 images (well, really 21 + 1 ;)).

They are not necessarily my technical best, and they are not necessarily my most popular, but they are all near and dear to my heart — mostly because they involve my family.

And they are all examples of what I like to call, Life’s Little Moments.

I hope you enjoy them.

—Peter.

Prosophos-1

Prosophos-2

Prosophos-3

Prosophos-4

Prosophos-5

Prosophos-6

Prosophos-7

Prosophos-8

Prosophos-9

Prosophos-10

Prosophos-11

Prosophos-12

Prosophos-13

Prosophos-14

Prosophos-15

Prosophos-16

Prosophos-17

Prosophos-18

Prosophos-19

Prosophos-20

Prosophos-21

Prosophos-22

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13 thoughts on “My 21 favourites from ’12.

    1. Dear Hugues (aka “Perfectible”),

      I read your comments on Steve’s site and wanted to thank you very much for your generosity, my friend. You are always a true gentleman and I ALWAYS notice and appreciate it.

      Peter.

  1. Hi Peter,

    I think it well past time for you to get Steve up to T.O. and you two can co-host some multi-day event.

    Just a thought.

    Take care,

    Matt

  2. It’s always a pleasure to look back over your images, so many superb shots and precious moments.

    All the best,

    Jason

  3. WOW!

    I just don’t know what to say…..Your compilation is outstanding, with each one telling a story and having multiple interpretations. Your eye, your composition, your sense of “being”, and your use of color or b&w are inspirational.

    As you know, my all-time favorite is “The Road Revisited” (I’m typing from memory..). Yet, my eye was instantly drawn to the silhouette of the bird in flight against the background of the building. Great symbolism…

    I could easily discuss all of them….

    Glad I scrolled down to see these.

    Thanks again!

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