The best of 2011
Since my look back had nearly thirty images and Jim Goldstein’s listing requires only ten, I’m bothering you with another post of an even more curated list. Of course, editing and selecting is always a good skill so it was great to narrow the list down even a bit more.
Update the list of all entries can be found on Jim’s blog.
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Some rely nice collection of photos, was amazing photo year (=