Fort Harrison State Park, 10/17/10
After shooting the white-throated sparrows and the downey woodpecker, I walked down into the creek. There is nothing extraordinary about this scene-no mountains, no waterfalls. But it is typical of what I have seen all my life in the forests, state parks and suburban woodlots of Indiana.
This image is a blend of six 28mm exposures at f22, from 2-8 seconds, using an inexpensive pseudo-HDR plug-in called LR Enfuse. I like to use this as part of my Adobe Lightroom quick workflow.
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This photoblog is my nature journal and travelogue. Many of my wildlife images were made in environments impacted by humans. My goal is to feature each animal in a way that allows the viewer to sense the essence of its life in the wild. The purpose of the accompanying narratives is to enhance awareness and appreciation of our natural world, as well as to inspire everyone to protect and care for it.