This little knoll is next to a parking lot, but it was so lovely in the light! I always find it amazing how taking something out of context can make it seem very different than it is. I remember a very good example of this when someone who stayed at what looked like a cozy B&B ended up being right in an industrial area – and an ugly one at that – by showing the advertisement and then the reality.
There is something so entrancing about a road, a hill, the sky beyond. I think I remember where I took this – but I am not sure. Now I want to find it!
More hill and sky, in black and white.
It’s always interesting to see how you can manipulate images with a computer . . .
Another view from the Poppy Reserve in California. Kodak Ektar 100, Olympus XA4, scanned using the Pakon 135.
Taken just before the July super moon came over the hill. Nikon Df, Tokina 17mm f3.5 AT-X Pro. VSCO Fuji Velvia 100 Balance Warm preset.