CDP Theme Day: Photo of the Year 2010

It’s always hard choosing a favorite photo, especially now with digital affording us so many more possibilities to choose from. My pick for my favorite photo that I took in 2010 was this one – a very simple shot taken along Jeddah’s Corniche by the Red Sea that is peaceful and reflective. Wishing you peace and happiness in the year ahead.
City Daily Photo is an online group of photo bloggers who post photos of their cities so we can all be armchair travelers and learn about other places in the world. The first day of each month is City Daily Photo’s Theme Day.
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American woman now living in hubby's homeland of Saudi Arabia
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9 Responses to CDP Theme Day: Photo of the Year 2010

  1. Buck says:

    I can hear the waves! A wonderful photograph.

  2. Dina says:

    Your photo is really a masterpiece.

  3. Randy says:

    What a wonderful choice. I love this photo it’s very meditative. Happy New Year.

  4. Susie, great choice for theme day. it is a peaceful and lovely image. How are you? We hope things are well. We have been in Santiago Chile for New Year’s and hiking in Torres del Paine in Patagonia, Chile. Quite an adventure. We will get some of the travel photos up on our travel site http://www.vivalavoyage soon. The Torres del Paine area is truly stunning. Happy New Year’s Day to you! Have a great day with family and friends. Let us know when you come back to Phoenix so we can say Hellow in person.

  5. Kate Mura says:

    As you say…simplicity. Sometimes that’s what makes an image powerful. Very good choice.

  6. Jilly says:

    This is just lovely, Susie. A beautiful atmosphere, colours – one just feels the beauty and solitude. Wishing you a very Happy New Year to you and your loved ones. xxx

  7. Sari says:

    I love Jeddah’s Corniche and to some Jeddawieen (or Jeddawi’s) we can’t live without going there. I go to the Corniche as much as I can to fill up my lungs with some fresh air, relax my eyes and ears to the scene and sound of the blue (red) sea, and to stretch my legs.

    I’m going to miss it now. 😦

  8. leif Hagen says:

    I really like your choice for theme day because of the ocean colors and the sand and the strolling solitude! Quite different from our snow and ice in Minnesota…
    Happy New Year to you and yours

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