My favorite images of 2019


 I might be a little late, than other’s to share my favorite images of last year. I’ll start it with a picture I shot at an engagement party New Year’s Evening on a boat in the Harbor of Newport Beach, California.


This year I haven’t travelled overseas, much more to local places….

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Murals at the Los Angeles Art District

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Tranquil moments at the Japanese Garden in Pasadena, California

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A Buddhist temple in Los Angeles, which I will share later with more images


A photo session with a spiritual  gong session



And all above  my passion for sensual flower photography

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All shots done in my home studio




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Enjoy what you see




In my photography work I thrive to capture the soul of the moment. I let my images speak the language of stillness and vibration, with that I leave my audience to find their own reflections and emotions. My approach in my work is to lead other's to their own imagination and freedom of dreams. I invite you to visit my web site
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36 Responses to My favorite images of 2019

  1. And I enjoyed what I saw Cornelia. Truly spectacular clicks 😍

  2. Megala says:

    Wow! Beautiful shots! They are all absolutely the treats for my eyes.

  3. Herman says:

    Very beautiful photographs, such warm and amazing colours!

  4. Captivating and fantastic photographs Cornelia and loved the flowers, awesome medley of colours.

  5. Peter Klopp says:

    When looking at the fantastic images of the flowers, I imagine your home to be a bright, serene and peaceful place. It seems to me that natural light enhances their beauty and gives them an almost ethereal quality. Have a wonderful weekend, Cornelia!

    • Indeed Peter, you are right, my place is very bright, that makes it easier to use natural light, I have quite a great setup, with white thin sheets around my subjects which works very well like a Light Box. Have a fantastic Sunday and week ahead of you, Peter.

  6. arv! says:

    Great pictures, Cornelia. I have never seen a better flower photographer than you. Super!

  7. Linda Halopoff says:

    Thank you, Cornelia. It’s never too late to share your beautiful photographs!!

  8. Tina Schell says:

    Beautiful images Cornelia – somehow I thought you’d abandoned your blog. So glad to find it again! Those flower images at the end are breathtaking!

  9. Welcome to My World says:

    A gorgeous set of images. I especially love the way you’ve captured the drops of water at the Japanese Garden in Pasadena.

  10. Jane Lurie says:

    Hi Cornelia, I enjoyed your eclectic mix of year end favorites. Love the street art, the hand on the gong and especially your flower close-ups- the backlit technique works beautifully. Wishing you a creative and inspirational year ahead for your art!

    • Hi Jane, thank you for using the beautiful word “eclectic”, I have never heard that about my work. Thank you for enjoying my work, indeed floral photography has become my latest passion. Wish you as well a creative year ahead of your amazing photography work.

  11. da-AL says:

    These truly are spectacular, Cornelia 🙂

  12. Dina says:

    Beautiful retrospect of your your work, Cornelia. I immediately sense a strong feeling of bonding with your photos, what ‘s actually behind the images for you to pick them as your favourites.
    “In any plot, the backstory informs the face of things” – this I read on another blog today and it lingers with me and resonates with your photography.
    Warm greetings across the pond, Dina-Hanne x

  13. Dina says:

    To read this fills me with true contentment 🤗

  14. Rekha Sahay says:

    Beautiful clicks Cornelia.

  15. A stunning series of images. You did some really good work last year. My fovourite, I think, is the last one of the dahlias.

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