“It isn’t pollution that’s harming the environment. It’s the impurities in our air and water that are doing it.”
Obviously I had no title for this post. But it sort of fits if the tank pictured above is actually for water.
And for those of you old enough to remember him, doesn’t Mr. Quayle seem like a breath of fresh air, now?
So, anyway, I was playing around with a different post processing technique and came upon this combination, which looks great on my desk top. And Lynn complimented me on it. So it stays!
I’m going to have to think of a better title for this image. It was taken 6 or 7 days after getting married. I say 6 or 7 because we were married in front of a local judge on the 10th of September 2012 but had a separate gathering on the 11th in which we said our vows in front of family and friends. So I count the 10th as our wedding anniversary, Lynn counts the 11th. This image was shot on the 17th.
Lynn wanted to take me to the town where the Bill Murray film Groundhog Day was shot. Woodstock, IL. Strolling around the town, I took a couple of dozen photos, but this was one of my few favorites. It was shot mid-afternoon on a very bright and sunny day.
Boy, do I love Lightroom!