My personal favorite photos from 09′

Richard Charpentier Notes from Rich, RLC Design 4 Comments

Wolf Creek Falls. I love the water flow in the lower right corner.

Industry of Vulture. This is one of my "Top 5" favorite photos of the year. Go figure, it doesn't sell, but I like it!

Stained. Another favorite from the ghost town of Vulture.

Classic Arizona. The clouds really worked with me that day!

Planks. One of my "Top 5" from the year. And this one sells well at the gallery!

Taxi, from Lowell, AZ. I knew this would be an amazing image after 6 exposures and declared in my own mind, "Done for the day!" One of my Top 5.

An alleyway in Bisbee, AZ.

Banded Color. Shot only a few weeks back in Cottonwood Cove

White Pocket Sunrise. I love White Pocket, and I need to get back there again!

Color and Shadows. This one amazed me, and that's why it's also in my "Top 5" for the year!

Paw Hole Sunrise. Just a cool scene.

The Mad Hatter Tea Party. Shot for Sadira's tea party, this was a fun image.

The Motor Lodge is a cool spot. Love the truck, love the sign!

Everybody's Hometown #2. Goes along with the first, but doesn't replace it.

The Virgin River. Just love the water flow, heavy sky, and deep green.

Lucky capture. Who knew I'd catch this heron fishing for frogs!

Crystal Sunrise. Another favorite. Who knew a comissioned piece could result in something I like so much.

Blair Valley Meets Hotrod. This is a favorite edit from this year. Two different scenes in one image. Kind of like a peanut butter cup.

Oasis. The final member of my personal "Top 5". I just love the light, shadow, and flow.

Comments 4

  1. I was going to leave a sarcastic comment about their not being a photo of me…and then, look. There is one. That was one of my favorite images and memories from 2009…
    .-= sadira´s last blog ..Winter Solstice… =-.

  2. Great stuff here Rich! I particularly am fond of:
    “Banded Color”
    “Color and Shadows”
    and “Crystal Sunrise”

    But all of these really are amazing work!

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