Fresh Flowers in a Vase

Fresh Flowers in a Vase (2355)

Fresh Flowers in a Vase. (Click on the photo for added detail.)

I originally thought I’d be writing regularly during the holidays, but had clearly forgotten how difficult it is to plan things around an irregular schedule. Anyway, today I’m sharing the other half of the pair of photos I took at the church in Stoughton. I posted the other photo a couple of weeks ago. Now I’ll need to find some time to go through this year’s crop to figure out which ones I like best. I’ll probably share the results early in the new year.

As with its other half, I took this photo handheld as a single exposure. Post processing again involved the use of selective curve layers to balance the exposure and contrast.

Click on the photo for a larger version; comments welcome, and of course feel free to share the link.

 

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  1. […] Well, today’s photo takes me back to one of the last walks I did in England. Andy & I had gone down to Kingley Vale for a walk among the trees, burial mounds, and rolling hills. At the time I was looking at options for upgrading my telephoto lens, and knowing this Andy had brought his long telephoto lens with him, and was kind enough to let me play with it. As long as I would carry it of course, because this particular lens, a 100-400mm tank, isn’t exactly light. We had an enjoyable time, and came back with a few good photos. I have already shared some from the yew groves (with photos of the groves and details), the burial mounds, and the parish church in Stoughton (with photos of wheat and flowers). […]

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