I's hard to find my best picture, but one series impressed me most. On the 19th of November I had an appointment on one of the islands in the "waddensea" , Ameland, in the north of the Netherlands. During the drive to the ferry the fog became thicker and thicker, so much that I wasn't worrying about being late for the ferry anymore; it would have been delayed anyway. I embarked as the last passenger and irrisistably I went upstairs to the highest decks for the big views in the mist. The Ferry left, and in a few moments the sun started to burn hesitantly through the fog. I put the 2.8 180 on the d700 and started to report about the sun, the fog, the water, the birds and the mudbanks. It really felt as "writhing with light". Somewhat later blue sky appeared and I changed to 20mm wideangle.
Later, at home, when the rush was over, I felt that I had been looking in the the creation of mother earth herself and I realized those images were special.
The "waddensea" is a world heritage nature reserve, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wadden_Sea
and the only place in the netherlands where we can experience truly wild nature, active geology. link to the album on picasa: https://picasaweb.google.com/bertdalmolen/VeerbootAmeland1911930Uur?authuser=0&feat=directlink
a good and happy 2012 to you all,