Now that a new year is approaching, it is time for a short summary. It’s been another exciting year for photography. My beloved Fujifilm X100T has been with me more than ever. I still have my DSLR, but I don’t use it that much. Most of the photos here are shot with the X100T and only a couple are shot with my Nikon D7100.
Like previous years, I have shared a photo almost every week throughout the year and these twenty posts are the ones who have received most likes and comments in 2017. Some of my favorites are not among these twenty. I still have some shots in my shoe-box and I am looking forward to share them with you.
For the first time in my life, I traveled to a city with only photography in mind….well, and some football too. And as you can see, many of these twenty shots are from London. Hopefully, I can make a similar trip to another city in 2018.
This site has been dedicated to black and white photography. I once read that shooting in black and white is like juggling with three balls and shooting in colour is like juggling with five balls. In the past, I have become more and more interested in colour photography. Hopefully, I can learn to juggle with five balls too. I’ve been working on a web site now and then through this fall and who knows, maybe it will be launched in the coming year.
I have contributed to some competitions this year as well. I gave it a go again in The Black and White Spider Awards and my shots got nominated in these categories; People, Fine Art and Silhouette. The Fine Art shot even got an Honorable Mention.
Earlier this year I became a guest contributor on the site Monochromia. This is a blog with black and white photography by enthusiasts from around the world. I’m really loving it and I’m looking forward to contribute the coming year.
Thanks to all the people who have visited, liked and commented on the blog so far! I really appreciate it and I will continue to post photos. It is both inspiring and challenging. Thanks a lot! I’ve been using Instgram a bit more frequently lately. Feel free to follow me
Here are my Top 20 Posts for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016
Looking forward to 2018 🙂
Happy New Year!
* more favorites here
Très belle série 👏
your photos are pure inspiration!!
well done and can’t wait to see what you’ll capture in 2018 🙂
Thanks a lot, Alexandra!
Outstanding b&w compositions for 2017!
You have beautiful work. Looking forward to more in 2018!
Thank you, Vanessa!
Amazing photos. Love the bridge that makes the person look like they are walking into the clouds. Very nice year of captures!
Thanks a lot!
A fabulous gallery of black and white. Love them all 🙂
Nice to hear. Thank you!
Some wonderful images here that I’ve somehow missed. I love your photography!
Thanks a lot for the nice comment 🙂
Wonderful series of b&w photos!!
Thank you for that reminder. They’re all terrific. I wish you a very happy new year.
Thanks and a happy New Year to you too!
La Multi Ani!
Happy New Year!
Thanks! Happy New Year!
Many great photos here!
Wow, you’ve got quite an eye for great shots.
Thanks – still exercising 🙂
I remember quite a few of these fondly – wonderful photos!
Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/01/curiosity.html
They are all stunning but the Baker Street shot is definitely my favourite
I love head in the clouds 🙂 🙂
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I love the complex simplicity of your B&W photos.
Thanks a lot 🙂 I really appreciate your comment.
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Great selection of photos, some really stunning…
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Wow!!! Stunning images 😍 loved all of them. 😊
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Beautiful B&W photos…
Wow! your pictures are gorgeous! I really miss the photo challenges, I think I might start doing them on my blog. I had a lot of fun doing those 🙂