My best 2010 pictures

This is a selection of what I consider have been my best pictures of the year 2010. I think some of them are quite good, but I think I haven’t leveled up my skills too much in comparison to my best pictures in 2009. Maybe I have changed my style a bit, but I’m not quite sure.

The cameras that I have used the most have been my Nikon D90 with a Sigma 30mm F1.4 lens, and my new Canon S90.

Snowy Tokyo

Snowy Tokyo

Thailand

Moonlight

Tokyo January 2010

Tokyo&Legs

Mount Fuji on fire

Morning snow on my way to work

Winter rain

The Moon

The crow

Kinesthesia

Nobuyoshi Araki (荒木 経惟)

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Tokyo Kiosk

Typical Japanese Salaryman

Cross

"daidoreando" con CaDs

Tokyo Night

First hassie shots

Tokyo life

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On a quiet street  overwhelming helplessness  apart from the crowd

Digital Gate Building June 2010

Digital Gate Building June 2010

Shimokitazawa residential area at night

tweetUp Japan 2010

Shibuya Station

Golden Gai night

Tokyo city vs Tokyo beach last weekend

青豆

The day after the typhoon

Round 1

今日の夕日, Today's sunset from Tokyo

Summer ends

Summer ends

Summer ends

What my eyes saw in Japan during September 2010

What my eyes saw in Japan during September 2010

What my eyes saw in Japan during September 2010

Yagirasaki crossing

Japanese garden - RELAX TIME

Last pictures of Japan before my travel to Spain

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Girona

Girona

What my eyes saw in Japan during September 2010

Mount Fuji from our office

View from my desk

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Takanadobaba

What my eyes saw in Japan during September 2010

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12 Replies to “My best 2010 pictures”

  1. wow amazing photos dude! looks like you got around a bit too!

    I have some up on my own blog of Astro Boy in Takadanobaba – love that street art!

  2. Excellent! I am travelling to Japan aprl 2011–looking forward to streching my photographic skills-very inspiring!

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