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In my last photographic foray, I decided to try something a little different and take close up shots of turbulent water with the high speed setting on my camera. It was an experiment and I came out with some interesting pictures. The problem is, one looks much like the other. The second picture in the series has been photoshopped for artistic effect:


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Thanks to all for the complimentary comments. I don’t have much to say at the moment, so I hope you’ll indulge me a few more pictures:


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Well, yesterday I got an intense hankerin’ to go out and take some new pictures. I hadn’t taken any since we had that ice storm almost two months ago. I went to one of the local parks and spent a very pleasant time taking pictures of ice formations in the stream. Then, in an effort to expand my horizons, I asked myself what I wouldn’t normally take pictures of. There was a playground in the park, so I tried to take some interesting pictures of that. Since it was winter, the place was pretty deserted, which was good for me. After all, they have names for guys who hang around playgrounds by themselves taking pictures, don’t they? Anyway, you can see all the pictures I took on my smugmug page, but I’ll post some of my favorites here:


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I took this one at the stream and then altered it a bit in Photoshop. Which one do you like better?


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This one is a macro of the ice. I really liked it, but I think tweaking it in Photoshop really made it pop:


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The stream under the ice was really beautiful too:


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And finally, here are some of the playground pictures:


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Meh, I’m not feeling very articulate today, so here’s some “streaming” pictures (Haha):


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