Al Mac's Diner-Restaurant Fall River MA 2012 - This has been my favorite shot since day one. I love the colors, the timing of the shot, to me that speaks of mid-twentieth century America.
The Plaza New York - Love the composition, beautiful shot.
Chicago Theater - I like the framing and the people moving through the shot. I also like that they shot it at night, it helps to tell the story.
The Cabin Creek "Inn" - Great timing, really shows how someone waited for the right time of year to photograph this image.
St._Alexander_Nevsky_Chapel - Beautiful image, nice angles, good timing.
Henry House Hill - Beautiful composition, your eye follows gate and wraps around to the barn and house, keeping the viewers attention within the frame. Architecturally and historically a nice shot as well.
<gallery> File:Cannon Row.jpg| An early favorite as I was reviewing these. Very dignified and historic ... something you'd expect the NPS to use on their site File:Cleveland West Pierhead Lighthouse.jpg|How to photograph a lighthouse File:Dealey Mid Morning.jpg|Looks like the cover of a sci-fi paperback from the 1970s. File:Mount_Rainier_from_above_Myrtle_Falls_in_August.JPG|Good landscape in an area that must be filled with possibilities File:ME - Portland Head Light - Cape Elizabeth ME 02.jpg|An obvious shot, and as such easy to screw up. But not here File:Highland Lighthouse.jpg|Nice postcard image File:Shell_Oil_Com_any_"Spectacular"_Sign.JPG|If I have to pick any neon lighting from these I pick this for its simplicity File:U.S. Route 1, Florida Keys.jpg|Usually you have to choose between being arty and being encyclopedic. This one gets to have it both ways File:Vermont State House in Montpelier.jpg|Exactly what you'd expect the Vermont state capitol to look like File:Wukoki Ruin.tif|Light raking at just the right angle for this composition (Would like to have it in a more accessible format, though)