Saturday, November 14, 2009

Vintage Summer

Well, alert the media. I'm finally feeling slightly less than crappy which is a great improvement. lol

Turns out I had bronchitis on top of a flu-like virus. Whoopee! I haven't been able to take any new photos while I've been sick, but here is an old image of the Great Swamp, taken earlier this fall, with an action called Vintage Summer, from the new Florabella actions. If you like to play with Photoshop, you will love these actions.

I've photographed the Great Swamp many times in the past, and this year I've been honored to have three of my images included in an exhibit at the Environmental Education Center there. It opened last Saturday, but I've been too sick to go yet. But hopefully I'll get there sometime this week; I can't wait to see all the other photos. It should be amazing.

Have a wonderful week, dear bloggers!


kath said...

I'm so glad you're feeling better. This photo is fantastic and evocative of an emotion of satisfaction for me, I wonder what that means? Congratulations on having your photos in the exhibition.

Georgianna said...

Gorgeous image, Mary, and congrats on the exhibition! So very glad you are better and hope you are fully well soon. (Some very nasty viruses around this year. I, who am never ill, picked up something in Chile that took 4 weeks to get rid of. No fun.) Have a restful weekend. – g xo

Marcie said...

Gorgeous light!! Thanks for the tip on the actions. They're really great. And - glad you're back up and about!!!

Country Girl said...

I see you've found the new actions. Don't you love them?
Good to be better, eh!!

Gail said...

Congratulations of your exhibit. Great photo.

Glad you are feeling better.

SD at "Addicted to The Click" said...

Glad you are feeling better...hopefully you'll feel much better soon! Beautiful image!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful shot...there is something waiting for you on my blog...glad you are better..smiles.

Oliag said... glad you are feeling better!

Love this photo and the action added...gorgeous!...and congratulations on the well deserved recognition you received...will you be able to post some pics from the exhibit?