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Casper, Is That You?

Casper, Is That You?

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Honestly, it was dark enough here that I thought the algae and slime was more black than green. It was light enough to see the way up the stairs, but dim enough that I never saw ‘Casper’ at all. I didn’t notice his ghostly form until after I was home and brought the exposures into Lightroom. It wasn’t until then …

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Long Hall - Crop

Long Hall

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I spent the weekend at the Oregon coast with family and on Saturday afternoon drove up to Fort Stevens in hopes of getting some good HDR shots. We stopped at Battery Russell and it was raining (as usual) and so we started with some of the interior and ammo storage rooms. It was very dim, wet and algae was growing …

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Sunset in Mazatlan

Last Light

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I’m going to wrap up Mazatlan photos with this image of the sunset from the top of the Posada Freeman Express in old-town Mazatlan. The Freeman is a great place to grab some food or a drink and catch the sunset from the roof-top.  I’d like to say that I thought about this and planned it, ensuring the couple was …

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Leftovers

Leftovers

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I wanted to get  this shot because of the way the light was falling on the door, but mostly because of the take-out box on the steps.  At first glance I almost passed this opportunity over because of the ‘trash’ on the steps and I thought it would ruin the picture.  After looking at it for a minute I decided …

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Empty Veranda

Empty Veranda

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One of the very few times I found this area empty. It usually has plenty of people sitting at the tables, drinking and playing games. I just got up early enough to get this shot while everyone else was still asleep.   I’ve been testing out different HDR software and processes this with Unified Color’s HDR Express and used OnOne’s …

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Roses on a Table

Be Mine

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I was on a business trip last week and didn’t have anything prepared to post while I was gone. It was the first sunny weekend in, forever maybe and I worked outside instead of shooting or processing photos.  Hopefully I’ll get back on track again. I wanted to post this today because it’s the 14th – wow, it’s been 2 …

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Silent Stairs

Silent Stairs

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We were walking around old town near the Mercado with some friends one afternoon when we came across some old and crumbling buildings. We all stopped and explored the area as much as we could for a few minutes. There was no one around at all and the street we were on was empty. Peering through the windows was fun, …

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Go By Train

Go By Train

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I’ve debated with myself for a while now about whether I should post this photo or not. I think mostly because I was disappointed that that train station was under renovation and the windows were covered with plastic, the main part of the station is covered with scaffolding, and the construction billboard and crane are fairly prominent in the picture.  …

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Extream Pools

Extreme Pools

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This was taken within a few minutes of the photo in the last post from a little further back from the pool to include the chairs and more of the environment.  Other than the additional environment in this picture, the obvious difference is the processing.  While I occasionally like extreme processing with HDR photos I generally try to stay away …

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Still Water

Still Waters

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During the day these pools are packed with people and it’s pretty crowded. I went out late one evening to photograph the pools while most people were gone. Once again I had no tripod with me, so I made do with some of those yellow “Wet Floor” cones that I found around the pool. I had to really bump the …

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