I’m guessing this is not the most usual Yard Work for most people. I think the artist (unknown) did this in the Yard at the Providence and Worcester Railroad in Worcester, MA. 3 images HDR and finished processing with Topaz Adjust.
As you can tell I had an absolute blast working with all of the old vehicles that I found in Missouri. This Jeep really means something to me. I grew up on a lake in New England and one of my parents friends (Henry, who is not with us anymore) would drive his Jeep (same color) out onto the lake and plow it for us. He was a wonderful friend and loved helping to keep us kids doing what we loved best in the Winter and that was skating on the lake.
This was an interesting part of our ride around the dirt roads in Missouri. We came up on the side of this barn and moved around toward the front — from this perspective it look like the barn had a face. As I came around the front I found out that it is an active barn on an active farm and their were cows in the barn. Wow — I thought it was close to falling in — but I guess not!
This truck is a 3 image HDR. I have also given it just a bit of Topaz Spicify. This does come from the day Karen B and I went on a mission to take pictures!
As you can tell Karen B and I were together on this outing. I’m just glad we didn’t take the same pipes! The pipes were grungy to begin with so I went with that theme.
This image was taken at the Higgins Armory Museum in Worcester. Ed, Karen and I went on another outing — we are having such a blast! This is three images combined as you can imagine the light was interesting but tough to work with. This was also taken thru glass. If you look (magnify) in the crook of the elbow — you’ll be surprised at the date that you see!
We were invited by Karen B to join her and her husband on an outing to the Wellesley College Botanic Gardens — what a treat. I decided it was time to try some HDR so here is my first try — I’m actually getting together with Karen tomorrow to learn more about HDR and Photomatix! Let me know what you think — it was three images combined.