This is the beginning of a trail leading all over Wildwood Park. Along the creek is where trees grow – here, oak trees and poison oak! Stay on the trail, no problems; off the trail, risk an allergic reaction. “Poison Paradise” as a friend calls it.
Here, 5 image HDR, handheld, manual focus, using the Nikon D7K and Tamron 17-35mm f2.8. Post-processing in LR5 and Photomatix Pro.
Much better mood this morning!
I was out early this morning, not in a really good mood, but after looking at some of my photos, I realized I had a far better morning than I thought. Funny how the mind is . . .
A revisit from my trip last year. A quick edit to look for contrast. And so, the spots on the dirty lens show up, much to my embarrassment!
This is a post-production image from my first roll of film in the Nikon FM2N. It is Fuji Superia Xtra 400, bought at the drugstore, developed at the drugstore. Lens is a Vivitar Close Focus 28mm lens.
If you click on the image, a new one will come up. If you have a magnifying glass for your cursor, click again, and the picture will blow up to the original size of the scan. Kinda interesting?
I miss my old couch, beat up though it was.
The Japanese Garden in Portland, Oregon, is not to be missed.