Serenity in the Moonlight

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Location: Whitewater Lake, Fisherman’s Point Campground, Hoyt Lakes, MN.

Canon 5D Mark IV, Tamron 28-75mm, ISO 50, 28mm, f/9.0, 5min 3sec., Post in Adobe Lightroom.

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Misty Rocks

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Wave action on a group of rock at the end of the south pier, Duluth entry, Canal Park.

ISO 50, 28mm, f/13, 1.6 sec, small adjustments in Adobe Lightroom and finished in Silver Efex Pro 2

Icy Abstract

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Nature is so amazing and if you keep your eyes open, you never know what you might see.

Sony RX 100M5, ISO 80, 8.8mm, f/2.2, 1/500 sec, processed through Adobe Lightroom CC and Silver Efex Pro2 using filter #024 with film type Illford FP4 Plus 125.

Superior Entry Light

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Sony RX100V, Adobe Lightroom, Silver Efex Pro 2, Filter 032 Film Noir 3, Illford FP4 Plus 125, and a few selective adjustments.

Still Drifting…

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Every time I open Lightroom and see the images in the collection, I can’t help seeing something new.  A little while later, something wonderful emerges.  It’s almost, but not quite enough to make me wish we would get another good snow with wind so I can go out and capture more drifts.

Happy New Year On The Lake

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Seven ships lined up on New Year’s Day on Lake Superior,just outside the Duluth harbor, awaiting their turn for entry.  At one point there were eight ships waiting.

iPhone 7 Plus, twiddled with as best I could in Apple Photos, Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.

Memories of a Distant Lake

Although I’m currently traveling, my mind is never far from the inland sea named Lake Superior.  While having a bit of quiet time before having to go check in on a family member, I searched through my image collection on my iPad and decided to work on the image below using the mobile versions of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.  They may not be as robust as the desktop verions, but I was able to arrive at a satisfactory result with a bit of work and even add a watermark (in Photoshop).  It would be nice if I could access the watermarks I’ve created on the desktop version.