That's quite a moment since I last visited your gallery. Are you ok with your new job?
I do like this photo, a challenge due to the presence of the sun. The shadows colors are well preserved.
Very lovely Steve
A big like Marion;-)
Long time no see....but, like you, I often think of my Pano friends and wonder how they are doing. I had a peek at your website....looks like you are well on your way with your new career. I am not a bit surprised. I had a bit of a chuckle about your story of picking 10 photos. The point of indexing by subject was brought home for me this summer when I tried to go through my photos for a local project I had been contacted to provide photos. So I could SO relate to your blog:)
I love your new logo with your very own "wondering river"! Very artistic. I love the light in this great shot. It just shines!
Hi there * François* :-) Thanks for stopping by :-)
I absolutely love my new job! It is VERY hard work... getting the business is the hardest part but the effort is worth it... I have my first exhibition starting in May for the Landscapes and I am as much excited about it as I am terrified!
I still do some engineering work... It has proved very useful to help earn a living..
As for this photo, taking a shot into the sun is always a challenge but HDR can allow you to break all sorts of photographic rules :-)
Thanks for the grand comment and apologies for the delay in replying...
Hi there Marion :-) I do love your new profile picture!
Thanks for the big like :-)
Hi there Joy - You have visited the blog? That is great! It makes a huge difference to know there are pano pals dropping by the website...
I have to confess I love the written word.. almost as much as photography... The blog about choosing the 10 images brought the two genres together in a big way..
The first of the 10 prints have since been delivered and I just looked at the box for a long while before opening it. I occurred to me that the box before me was the first enlargement I have had done since turning digital... It made the selection even more scary!
Opening the box and seeing the print was wonderful.. It is printed onto a laminate and then bonded onto 1/2 inch MDF - the print is 28 x 11. The crew that printed it used to do all my wet film enlargements and their skill is no less laudable when working with digital sources..
ooh... what a ramble!
So glad you like the logo.. I was exalted to use a professional crew to design it and I am glad I followed the advice.
As for this shot of Levington Creek, I am chuffed you like it :-)
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