Yikes, we just came back from Acadia and here it is one third of October passed already. I know I grouse about the speed of passing time a lot, but there you go, a week and a half gone.
In processing my recent images, I came across a couple of old files that I decided needed updating.
Lichens on an aspen tree along Jesup Path in the Great Meadow area of Acadia N.P. I’ve always thought this looked like a town planner’s mock up of a new community development. Of course, it is a community.
This is an oldie from film days. A scanned file of a Kodachrome 25 shot with my old Canon F1n. Nowadays I’d shoot two or three exposures for the different light qualities in the scene but back then I couldn’t do that. I had to raise the shadows in Lightroom darken the highlights and do a bit of other digital spiffing including cropping out some rock in the foreground than didn’t appreciate having their dynamic range lifted. Of course the sky is the star but I didn’t want the foreground to be a distraction.
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