Your best shot of 2018

Acraftman

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I am not sure if it hasn't already been brought up but would like to see everybody's favorite from 2018. Unfortunately I have a ongoing issue with my library and can't locate all my pics but I do like this one.
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AaronE

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Top ten seems like a lot of images to look through. How about top 3. That seems fair to both those posting and those looking.
 

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This is my most important shot of 2018-- not necessarily my best. It is the first time I looked through my camera's viewfinder with my new-- (1960) Helios 44-2 58mm f2-- lens attached. What I saw blew me away. Many more shots came after with this with the lens, but this first view through the viewfinder was memorable, and opened up a new exploration into Russian vintage lenses.
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Top 1 is indeed difficult. I was lucky to see some amazing landscapes in the American Southwest and New Zealand. Here is my pick.
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Probably my favorite for the year. Shot from my kayak with the 75-300. And some luck...
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Kanchenjunga, 3rd highest mountain in the world. Taken from Goechala Pass (16000ft) after 7 days of trekking. Was a difficult shot due to lots of haze/mist.
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2 more from the same trek
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Very hard to choose so I won't -- instead I'll choose the one that came out the best in canvas print (16x24 "). All the negative space and muted tonality dismayed people here, and also others, but all were conviced of the work when I brought out a physical version of it.

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travelbug

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wow, thats really hard, but this is one I like and I call it:
TRON 2018
for those who dont have exif, its shot with the Oly em5ii and the Laowa 7.5/2 in hires (well at least the original)

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Sticking with just M43

According to Flickr, my most viewed/popular image was:
PEN-F with the Mitakon Speedmaster 25mm f/0.95
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However, I like this one overall:
Pen-F with the P12-32/3.5-5.6
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RayB

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