Through New Eyes

In June 2010, I was traveling in the Drumheller area when I came across this view. This beautiful scene not only represents this area well but also the oil found throughout the province. Some believe the horsehead pumps are an eye sore but I do not.

In 2010 I converted this scene to black and white because I felt it worked best. After years of photo editing practice I believe I prefer this color version now. The B&W and colour scenes are two different photos. The colour photo was taken a few minutes after the black and white one.

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Horse Head Overlooking

Forth Version

Remember this photo? I took this in August 2012. Some photos never “feel” finished but this edited version may finally be “perfect”. Now I just have to re-edit the rest of my photos and I will be happy ;)

 

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A Prairie Field: My View

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Storm Over The Badlands

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Approaching Storm

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An Approaching Storm at Sunset

The “small” addiction I’ve had to “my field” has come to an “end”. Soon I’ll be posting a series of pictures I’ve taken during my year long obsession. I hope you will enjoy them, or at least take away an understanding of how much change occurs in one small field, in one year. For more information, and a look at the field I’m taking about, you can check out this earlier post http://wp.me/p1AFif-1hJ 

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