Happy Monday, everyone.
After a few days with family and friends it is good to return to the regular routine. The short time away from cyberspace provided a nice opportunity to recharge the batteries, so to speak.
Today’s image is actually a wider angle of Riverfront, posted last year. This image was taken earlier in the morning than the aforementioned and has been sitting in the queue of processed shots that I keep handy. This is a sunrise shot with the transitional colors of night turning to day.
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In the right of the frame are two small tree covered islands, often seen with small fishing boats around them. Not so on this particular morning. To the left is a launch ramp and parking lot to accommodate vehicles and trailers.
By the way, this is the Susquehanna River which empties into the top of the Chesapeake Bay near Havre de Grace Maryland, site of this Riverside Stroll.
At the time of processing, this was run through HDR Efex Pro then pulled into Photoshop for some adjustments and masking.
I hope you enjoyed the view.
Before closing out I’d like to point you to a Google Plus Circle of photographers entitled “Hidden Treasure” which features 264 #togs, including yours truly. The circle was created by Mr. Charles Lupica, who obviously put in a great deal of work to assemble this, to which I personally thank him.
I plan to visit each of these individuals in the coming weeks and see this as an opportunity to discover new talents and broaden the horizons. You are more than welcome to use this circle as a resource as well.
Thank you so much for visiting!
Be sure to check out some of the great photography links to read over your breakfast coffee.