A new view
Clicking the pics shows courage, no fear of the unknown, and a desire to experience life in new and interesting ways..... Or your self-isolated and have nothing better to do.
Last nights moon rising over the mountains.
11/30/2020 06:24:51 pm
Very nice sunrise and moon pics
11/30/2020 06:30:20 pm
Thank you very much John, I really appreciate that.
11/30/2020 08:25:16 pm
Ah, Geez. 6AM to leave??? Uh. That's plenty early enough. it's quite dark here at 6. Maybe there won't be many people in Parker ready to shop at 7AM....so you can even tarry if you need to stop and think.
11/30/2020 09:16:23 pm
Thank you Judith. It's pretty dark here at 6 o'clock also. I'm not gonna worry much about getting there really early, heck there's so many old geezers in this area that the geezer hour at Walmart may be the busiest time of the day.
12/1/2020 08:29:16 pm
Well, I ' m never sure when some tinkering has been going on, but suspected yours hadn't been tinkered with. Still...those extreme sunrises sunsets, of which I have seen a few, make one doubt one's eyes. And yeah, I think some of Turner's famous paintings of sunsets etc (wherein he was reviled often by critics) were due to dust in the air from a volcano. Maybe it was Krakatoa. Yeah. I think so. Good book about that by Simon Winchester.
12/1/2020 09:08:41 pm
There has to be a little tinkering going on. A lot of people set their cameras to do some adjustments in-camera so when they download their images onto a computer it's already a modified, to some degree, JPEG. In other words their camera took what it saw on the sensor, which is called a raw image, attempts to make it look better, and throws away most of the digital information that was in the raw image to turn it into a JPEG. The problem is cameras simply don't have the computing power to make decisions on how a picture should look. The better cameras to a fairly good job, but they're still making artistic decisions based on limited computing power.
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