This is a bit of an abstract shot of thistle pods shot against a sunset with a grungy texture added.
The West Montrose Covered Bridge is open to traffic after undergoing repairs to a cracked support beam. The Region of Waterloo has placed a load limit of three tonnes, or 3,00 kg (6,600 lbs). Vehicles within the load limit and permitted to cross the bridge are: motorcycles, cars (not towing a trailer) and horse and buggies travelling at a walking pace. Pedestrians and cyclists may also use the bridge. You can learn more about the bridge at the Region of Waterloo website http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/West_Montrose_Covered_Bridge.asp
This is a 3 exposure HDR processed in Photomatix, Lightroom, Photoshop, Topaz adjust
I found this old pulley on the side of the store Artifacts in St. Jacobs.
A little experimentation today. This abstract was created from a photo of a building in downtown Toronto, Ontario.
This is taken below the pond in the village of Baden. The spring water was high and nature is just waiting for the temperature rise a little so the new growth can begin!
This is the old Galt Public Library is a Carnegie Library building – built in 1903 and served as the Library till 1969. It is one of the many wonderful historic buildings in downtown Galt/Cambridge.
3 exposure HDR, Photomatix, Lightroom, Photoshop and Topaz adjust.
This abandoned lawn swing sits on the shores of Colpoy’s Bay near Wiarton Ontario. I felt the grungy look of the swing warranted a grungy texture and frame
Created from a single raw image adjusted in Lightroom with the texture layer added in Photoshop.
I came across this took this picture a few years ago and decided to process it. It was taken with my old Canon Rebel. I was a beautiful still evening. Perfect for great reflections.
3 Exposure HDR, Lightroom, Photoshop, various filters.
The beautiful colours and textures of the Mallard Duck
Something a little different today. The broken glass block caught my eye along with the partially painted cement block. Makes an interesting study in lines and colour.
Started with a 3 exposure HDR finished with various filters in Photoshop and adjustments in Lightroom.
One of the many Treasures you can find in St. Jacobs!
3 exposure HDR, Photomatix, Lightroom, Photoshop texture blend and various filters
Found this interesting Column Top outside the Artifacts store in St. Jacobs
HDR in Photomatix, textures in Photoshop and OnOne
Uptown Waterloo Ontario.. This coal chute which dates back to 1902 can be found at #4 King St. South which was known as the Commercial Block on the 1861 Waterloo map. The block was built in 1857. #4 was originally an Pharmacy.