Impressionistic Adaptation of Pink Orchid
I have been to Longwood Garden’s orchid display dozens of times. On a recent visit I wandered through looking for a different way to capture the beauty of the display. I thought a double exposure of some orchids rotated about 45 degrees might be interesting. I added a little Topaz Impression to achieve the final result. It is a bright image to start a bright new September. Have a good one!
I enjoy experimenting from time to time. It inspires me to look a little deeper.
I needed a little change of pace and started reviewing some photographs from an earlier wildlife photography trip. In my review, I found this “fellow” just waiting to be processed and displayed.
Lesson Learned: It pays to go back and review old images from time to time.
Fuji X-T1, XF18-135mm @ 47mm, f/11, 1/40 sec, ISO 800
I need a change from the “winter white” landscape here in Bucks Co. So here is a bright sunny day image from St. Augustine. The color of this old building with the wood shutters caught my eye. The tree on the left helps frame the window and lessen the distraction of the corner.