While not where Wordsworth was, this little bit of local beauty is always a place of tranquility and quiet – a place, a place to be thankful for each day.
My first roll through the now-repaired Olympus Trip 35, with Kodak UltraMax 400. So nice to have this little camera back!
My husband and I clambered up the hill full bore to catch this, and the rush was worthwhile. It was one of those last minute, hurry up, let’s do it! type of thing . . .
This is a doozy of a pano – about 40 – taken with the Df and the 70-300 Tamron. I used MS’s Image Composition Editor. It does a really good job, much faster the Photoshop. Click on the image a couple of times to see the detail and size of this picture – and I reduced it substantially from the original pano!
This particular bench is a favorite of mine, both to photograph and to plop down upon to survey the world around me.
Every now and again it is fun to try different post processing techniques. Here, I tried color desaturation except for the oranges and reds.
Interesting how a place I see in color can look when not in color.