These are really great but this one is the grabber for me: Red Willows and Taos Mountain. It's the faint red smudges against the white snow that does it. Absolutely brilliant.
Spring in Taos Canyon: almost a close second, but compared to Red Willows it pales a bit. In fact, for me, they all pale after seeing Red Willows. Red Willows just blew me out of the water.
Not to go off subject but photographs can be made unique in a very unsuspected way. I went to a Xmas fair here in Bangkok and a lady who was a professional photographer was selling her photographs and doing a brisk business! She had photographs that she had reproduced/developed herself, BUT she interrupted the developing process so that each reproduction was something truly unique because of the stage the developing colors were at when she stopped it. I like really unusual things and her photographs were nothing but short of unusual. Not one of them was fully developed. I went bananas trying to choose because they were all so unique in the colors, absolutely fantastic color combinations. And she sold them at really reasonable prices, US$10-15 depending on the size, and already mounted. Frames you had to buy yourself.