After a perfect summer day, I recall hanging out and enjoying the approaching night fall on Carter’s Creek in Virginia. I had been out from before sunrise boating and visiting friends along the Northern Neck and the day was rapidly winding down. But I could not resist the urge to get a few night shots, like this Blue Hour shot and this Edge of Night image.
Today I share another of the many from that fun-filled day.
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After docking we were simply milling about after unloading and finishing off a few cold ones when the boat in the foreground began to really stand out under the lamp post on the dock. It looked totally different than 30 minutes before, no doubt the effect of the now subdued lighting. I was particularly drawn to the teak wood across the stern and the name, “Out of the Blue”.
This image was processed back during the summer and placed in my “To be posted” file, so I am unclear as to the exact process. I am however, certain that Topaz Adjust was applied to some degree.
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