"After the Storm" (2-13-17 003v2) is a month old pic just now fixed up. Not much done to it. Some cropping (for proper posting dimensions only), shadow lightening, color saturation, and sharpening (but not much as it was a hazy view that morning). Hope I don't bore with all these different shots of this same view I've been posting here. But I never tire of snapping in this direction at the overlook park. It never looks the same even two hours in a row, much less a day or two later. Once I'm done with this computer session I'll be getting out and about, headed right for this park where I'm meeting a friend. BTW, after all the time I've been walking there I finally noticed the sign at the front right of it the other day. It's named Pescadero Park (the road that dead ends at it is Camino Pescadero). Yikes! I just looked at this pic in the blogger view and it's a bit darker than in MS Picture Manager or Photoshop. This is such a frustrating issue. I work to get colors and contrasts the way I want them, and then blogger messes with them. Yeah, I know, I've moaned about this problem here many times before. And, yes, it's possible it has more to do with the color settings of my computer screen (though I do doubt that). Anyway, please know that the flora on the left may not be quite as dark as it appears on your screen, though it is definitely shadowy, as are the wood fence and stairs.
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