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2-02: This is another from Saturday's sunset. Several people have asked if the colors are real (natural) in yesterday's. It was taken as three bracketed exposures but only at -1, 0 and 1. Then combined in Photomatix. Then final processing in Capture NX2 (mostly brightness and focus adjustments) I didn't change any colors. I did actually have to desaturate a little because the orange and reds tend to be over saturated sometimes. I used the same processing on today's post. This one was actually taken a few minutes before the one I posted yesterday, so the clouds are more orange than red or pink
Yesterday I woke up at sunrise. The sun was barely over the horizon at southeast. As I looked out of my bedroom window I saw this landscape to the northwest with the full moon as a golden coin. I at once grabbed my camera, opened the window even as the temperature was minus 10° centigrade and made some shots. Here is one of them. 10 minutes later the sun was well over the horizon, the sky was lit and the moon hardly to be seen.
101509 39/365 Oct 15/09 Thanksgiving Flower    Still getting milage out of the Thanksgiving bouquet.
2-12: Back after being very sick for almost a week. Wednesday morning I finally felt good enough to get up and take some pictures. This was taken a few minutes before sunrise on the Collindale golf course.
Yates Mill Pond - December 26, 2010
4/14  picture from a wedding I did a few months ago.  getting ready to start my stretch of weddings starting in a month, yikes!
Hello All, This is my first image I’ve posted using My new Olympus E-5 set on the dramatic tone picture mode. This beautiful farm field resides in New Tripoli Pa.  Thanks for looking, please feel free to comment.
9/18/14 - House on Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs; Colorado Springs has an abundance of wonderful old houses.  Thanks for your comments on my shot of the old T-bird.
Tower over the Water
Friday, September 12, 2014  7:34 PM - my photo finally appears in the DPC - woo hoo!! 6:24 AM - No photos are appearing in the DPC.  "GENERAL MOTORS LE SABRE XP-8" (1951) - My second favorite!!!  “Ambition is the path to success. Persistence is the vehicle you arrive in.” ~ Bill Bradley  SOOC, uncropped; flash was not permitted in the very low light setting (but I did not increase the camera's ISO)  This was my second favorite vehicle in the exhibit..........love the reflections from the hardwood floor (unnoticed until I uploaded the photo).  Check out the front view here: http://godschild.smugmug.com/AutoShows/Dream-Cars-2014/i-6JzJQq2/A  Harley J. Earl (American, 1893-1969) and GM Styling Section staff, designers General Motors Corporation (American, founded 1908), manufacturer Courtesy of General Motors Heritage Center - Warren, Michigan   "After the close of World War II, General Motors needed a new head-turning car. Sketches began in 1946, and by 1951 the result was the Le Sabre XP-8, a dazzling, high-tech concept two-seater that looked unlike anything else on the road. GM hailed the car as "a mobile experiment, a flexible project" in its promotional material, Experimental Laboratory On Wheels. The Le Sabre's radically low-slung body was made of then exotic materials: sheet and honeycomb aluminum, several large magnesium castings, and fiberglass. The car's hidden headlights were concealed behind an oval grille that resembled a jet air intake. The fashionable tinted wraparound windshield became a distinctive GM feature in later production cars."  "Other advanced features included a rain sensor, which could activate the disappearing power top; electric jacks in all four corners; gullwing bumpers with protruding front bumper extensions (called "Dagmars" after a popular buxom Hollywood starlet); a panel full of aircraft-style instruments; electrically heated seats; and 12-volt electrics. The Le Sabre XP-8 became Earl's new personal car as an appropriately visionary vehicle for the nation's leading automotive design chief."  Reprinted information from here: http://www.high.org/Art/Exhibitions/Dream-Cars.aspx  View the complete "Dream Cars" 2014 gallery here: http://godschild.smugmug.com/AutoShows/Dream-Cars-2014/  "Dream Cars" Exhibit (May 21, 2014 - September 14, 2014) High Museum of Art 1280 Peachtree Street, N.E.  Atlanta, GA 30309 Official website: http://www.high.org  ***#13 photo of the day***  - tied with John R. Hurst (aka keyphoto) and dycasstudios' photos, with 15 comments each on yesterday)  (photo taken 7/25/2014)  My Homepage: http://www.Godschild.smugmug.com
Gorgeous sunrise yesterday!!! The water was so still and the sky had such unique color. I shot all around the harbor for over 2 hours! Unlike today, where I overslept and missed the whole thing!  Plymouth Harbor, Ma
April 27, 2009  Early Morning Fog...
September 23, 2007    Fog in the forest.
Old lady at sunrise
Green Water Snakes Through Slot in a small and forgotten section of Glen Canyon.  The narrows and curves amaze with their beauty.
2-02: This is another from Saturday's sunset. Several people have asked if the colors are real (natural) in yesterday's. It was taken as three bracketed exposures but only at -1, 0 and 1. Then combined in Photomatix. Then final processing in Capture NX2 (mostly brightness and focus adjustments) I didn't change any colors. I did actually have to desaturate a little because the orange and reds tend to be over saturated sometimes. I used the same processing on today's post. This one was actually taken a few minutes before the one I posted yesterday, so the clouds are more orange than red or pink

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2-02: This is another from Saturday's sunset. Several people have asked if the colors are real (natural) in yesterday's. It was taken as three bracketed exposures but only at -1, 0 and 1. Then combined in Photomatix. Then final processing in Capture NX2 (mostly brightness and focus adjustments) I didn't change any colors. I did actually have to desaturate a little because the orange and reds tend to be over saturated sometimes. I used the same processing on today's post. This one was actually taken a few minutes before the one I posted yesterday, so the clouds are more orange than red or pink
2-02: This is another from Saturday's sunset. Several people have asked if the colors are real (natural) in yesterday's. It was taken as three bracketed exposures but only at -1, 0 and 1. Then combined in Photomatix. Then final processing in Capture NX2 (mostly brightness and focus adjustments) I didn't change any colors. I did actually have to desaturate a little because the orange and reds tend to be over saturated sometimes. I used the same processing on today's post. This one was actually taken a few minutes before the one I posted yesterday, so the clouds are more orange than red or pink

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