Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Clark Lake Park 3.8.12

I love visiting national, state and local parks not only for their scenic beauty, but also for the unexpected places within them that are beautiful in a different way. These shots were taken at Clark Lake Park and were areas I happened upon that caught my attention and pulled me in. I was also able to capture the color for this week at Project 64 in the first and last shots. Clean edits in Lightroom for processing. Do you like to shoot the grand sweeping scenes or the finer details? Or maybe like me both :o)? Happy Wednesday!

Color for this week's Project 64


Settings: ISO 200, 37mm, ss1/250, f/7.1 (full manual, sunlight wb)
Intention: The sun hitting the water amidst the grasses

Settings: ISO 200, 34mm, ss1/500, f/7.1 (full manual, sunlight wb)
Intention: The bright sky and the meandering path

Settings: ISO 200, 36mm, ss1/250, f/7.1 (full manual, sunlight wb)
Intention: The sun and the shadows on the path
“Let your thoughts meander towards a sea of ideas.” - Leo D. Minnigh


 Live and Love...Out Loud and then, she {snapped}  WW_KW project64 button

8 comments:

  1. Nice shots.
    I especially like the second one.

    Regards and best wishes

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  2. These are wonderful! I love the wooden walkway.

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  3. WOW- loving that second one. Makes me want to walk that path & see where I end up.

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  4. Very nice...I'm partial to the first. I like that you showed your thought process (intentions) :)

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  5. I will really try to remember Tones on Tuesday next week. Thanks for the reminder : ) These are some beautiful images!

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  6. Beautiful photos, excellent light and color, it seems to breathe fresh air. Greetings.

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  7. I love that last shot! Thanks so much for stopping by and linking up for WW last week. I'm still playing catch up! Sorry for showing up so late. Have a great day. :)

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