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Hidden Gems?



I finally decided to upgrade from Lightroom 3 to Lightroom 4.   That is not particularly pertinent to this post, except that is why I was digging through some older photos, doing a little quick experimenting with the new Lightroom.   I ran across this one from my fog images shot in Wichita in 2011.  All the way back in February 2011 – where did the time go?  It struck me as pretty nice, I felt like I had unearthed a previously hidden treasure.   That’s one advantage of digital, it makes it pretty easy for us to go back and review old material – sometimes you might find something interesting.   This is the good old Keeper of The Plains Statue, by artist Blackbear Bosin, standing in the fog.

2 responses

  1. oneowner

    I remember the posts of the Keeper from back in 2011. This is a great series of photos of wonderful subject mater.
    The upgrade to LR4 was worth the price with the added editing capabilities. There are a lot of features I’ve yet to try. Congratulations.

    January 7, 2013 at 9:45 pm

  2. elmediat

    Great composition. It has an otherworldly quality

    January 24, 2013 at 8:27 pm

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