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    Re: Quarantine Pictures Any Format

    Thank you, I cleaned it up a little in PS but, The print looks very similar. I didn't need to dial any contrast into my Omega color head either. I did some burning and dodging in various locations. Photo shop isn't one of my strengths. I know just enough to share from time to time.
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    I like this image, and somehow the color enhances the subject for me. Did you do any split toning in your post processing?

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    I've been looking at this bent dead tree stump at the end of my street for months...

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    Stairs

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    Bernice

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    My wife and I practicing social distancing with our face masks on



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    Sometimes I find something truly special in my wanderings. That was the case yesterday as I prowled the gravel roads in extreme northeastern South Dakota near Stockholm. I came across the "Brown Earth Indian Church." It was built in 1877 by Sisseton Waphaton Sioux and is a log structure. The church was built on a homestead claimed by Daniel Renville, the first pastor. He was a French/Indian ordained Presbyterian Minister. He and his wife led a congregation of about 44 Sisseton Wapheton Sioux. Renville's wife died a few years later and is buried in the church cemetery. She was 29. The homesteading Indians were slowly pushed out of the area and the church was abandoned in 1892. I couldn't find out what became of Rev. Renville. The church housed several congregations after that and was saved from destruction by members of the town in the early 20th C. It was restored by local WW1 veterans in the 1920s. It's now owned and maintained by the Grant County. There are still a few memorial services held here, and is available for weddings. Inside the church there is a copy of the 1877 dedication program. It listed three hymns sung. Opening hymn was "Doxology," second hymn was "Bringing in the Sheaves," and the closing hymn was "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." I'm familiar with all three and we still sing them today in my church.

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    Flowers from the garden. Nikon D4, 55mm Micro-Nikkor. Digital lighting test shot.

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    Empty train station (Tilburg, the Netherlands) with a social distance warning at the entrance.

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    Hello,
    I live in a very calm Parisian suburb and doubly so having the communal cemetery as my nearest neighbor (across the street). I cant explain why but although i have always liked walking about and enjoying the stillness of things inside, i have never really thought much photographing in there. Moreso when there is a burial happening. Out of respect i guess.
    With the lockdown its different. I have the time to reflect on the idea of death after all these years of taking it for granted simply because of my closeness to it. An intimacy of sort.

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    Another digital shot for a lighting test.

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