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Driving along a narrow country Pennsylvania road, you round a corner and see a lovely scene. Slamming on the brakes in the snow and ice with who-knows-what right behind you is never advisable, so you manage not to get too lost and make your way back. Checking the rear view mirror to make sure you're alone on the road, tapping the brakes carefully and rolling down the window you grab the camera (which is always sitting beside you on the passenger seat, waiting) and shoot. Image taken in January of 2009 with the Nikon D40x and the 18-200mm vr Nikon lens. Lots of editing fun including hdr in Photomatix, textures from Jerry Jones of Shadowhouse Creations and Florabella Textures, and the addition of a tiny, bright red cardinal from my own back yard. Can you find him? ... for a view of the same farm, in autumn without snow, view "Sweet, Sweet Surrender" here: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/sweet-sweet-surrender-lois-bryan.html
January 10th, 2012
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