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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Rest Stop






I cheated here.  I do little to nothing with the pictures I put on this blog mainly because I don't know all that much about photoshopping pictures.  This one here I messed around with "vibrancy".  Now if I were back in the New England states now as were my plans for the Fall, I'd be seeing fall colors in real life with such vibrancy.  Some day.



10 comments:

  1. There is a world of time to be wasted once photshop get you!!

    I like the bike picture.

    The coastline of SW Victoria is really rather good - I'll being going back soon!

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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  2. I once saw the stunning indian summer trees in New England, it is worth to go there once.... You will for sure.

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  3. Love the B&W bike photo, nicely done!
    OK autumns are usually disappointing so we too hope to make it to the NE someday. Enjoy your day!

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  4. Sometimes we here in the midwest get dazzling autumns and other times (like this year) its pretty much a dud. Gotta roll with the punches, John.

    Cheers,

    Jo in MN

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  5. Autumns a great time of year for tree colour... unless you are unlucky like me and it's cold wet and not bright enough to capture anything worth sharing.

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  6. pretty pics John. Not sure about New England but the leaves here in Pa were not as vibrant this year...at least that's my opinion.

    Felicia

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  7. Photography is in the processing ... IMHO ... And you did well. Love them.

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  8. There is no such thing as cheating on your own blog. "Rest Stop" would be a good title for the bicycle picture in a photo contest. It'd win.

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  9. the monotone bike photo looks fabulous John; just resting up kind of thing. I love the fall colours you discovered .. then when they start falling to the ground gently in a breeze, that's kind of enchanting when you're standing in a quiet spot. No vibrant autumnal colours here, the climate isn't cold enough to give it the big impact.

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