It sure doesn’t look carnivorous, but it is!
These images were taken with my old Olympus 3.2 megapixel camera seven years ago in Cudahy, WI while I was visiting an old friend. I dragged them off my external drive and re-worked them in Photoshop (TM), to kind of give them the processing I’ve been recently perfecting. Hope you enjoy!
Hot Pepper Rainbow
Swiss Chard, Revisited
…and a little different color!
Some may remember my ‘Best Hancock’ image, shot in 2005 with my Olympus 3.2 Megapixel point and shoot camera:
I was ‘playing’ in Photoshop (TM) one day and decided to re-work it…then came up with this version, which I decided to use on my new business card:
NEW Best Hancock
I also printed it as an 8.5 x 11 and am very pleased with the variety of colors! Normally, every image of the Hancock is dreary deep, not-quite-black grays. I prefer this and it’s a lot more fun to look at!
Copper Beech Nuts
…which grow on this marvelous old tree…
Copper Beech Tree in Dense Fog
…located in a small park along the shore of Lake Michigan in Bay View, Wisconsin.
Copper Beech Tree Plaque
When the copper beech
Came in sight
“Splendid you are,
Tell me your secrets.”
She remained silent.
Bold in the fog,
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