Some images taken along Wagontown Rd of the West Branch of the Brandywine Creek in Hibernia Park.
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I am happy to announce that the “The Kim Wood Team” has started to include some of my Covered Bridge project that I started last year!
In future posts, we plan to highlight the various Covered Bridges that dot the Chester County area, and are a wonderful idea for day-trips with the family!
You can find the joint announcement at “Covered Bridges of Chester County“.
In the mean time, if you would like to look ahead to coming articles, please check out the following link that highlights my adventures!
I also working with some other online publications, so please stay tuned!
Please feel free to send me out comments or questions!
Thanks again to the folks at “The Kim Wood Team”!
As I sit here, trying to heal from another cold, I have been Flickr-ing about, and in doing so, I have noticed that my simple little picture of the small little creek near my house, has reached 1,100 views!
I think back to that day, it was the day after the first snow of the new year, and at the time, I had know idea how this capture would be received.
It just seemed such a simple capture, and simple HDR processing.
Since I posted this pictures, it has received several Flickr group awards that I am very proud to have gotten, including the following:
This capture has also allowed me to connect with many more photographers on Flickr, and share our unique visions from around the world.
Needless to say, I want to thank again all those that took the time to click on my thumbnail, and paste an award!
It been about 2 weeks since I have had a chance to do any picture work on the computer.
Something nailed our household. First one child, then Daddy, then the other child, then Daddy…
Yesterday, I finally downloaded an processed some images, and posted them to Flickr…
These particular images were taken while waiting for my daughter to get of the bus.
As for technical details, they were captured in Canon CR2 Raw format, then converted to Adobe DNG, and then tweaked in Adobe Photoshop CS3.
In Photoshop, I really did not do to much, which was a nice change of pace.
For more of my Japanese Maple Studies, check out my Flickr set at:
Hope you enjoy!
In checking my Flickr email this morning, I was surprised to see the following:
Photo and Photostream for the month of November.
Andrew, I am happy to inform you that your Photostream and photo of Glen Hope Covered Bridge will be featured in our Group for the month of November. The photo is really beautiful and we do appreciate you posting it with us.
Again, I am deeply HONORED by this, and many thanks to all my visitors, contacts and friends!!