Photo Update 6/27/14

27 Jun

I got out to fish early this morning, but the wind was blowing pretty hard. I try not to be a wimp about the wind, because it is always windy where I Iive. 20 mph winds with a 7’6″ 3 wt, however, was just too much today. So I unstrung my rod, spent a minute organizing the small streamer box I pulled from my pocket, and stumbled across this canoe by the swimming pond. I got an exposure I was happy with (iphone camera) and washed it through a few apps to archive the following.

20140627-221304-79984479.jpgFor comparison, I’ve also included the original photo. Have a great weekend, everyone!


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2 responses to “Photo Update 6/27/14

  1. Mel Moore

    June 27, 2014 at 11:02 PM

    Brian, really like the “Make Over”. Really much more attention getting.

    • Brian Davis

      June 28, 2014 at 9:01 PM

      Thanks, Mel. Sometimes a photo just needs a little help . . .


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