Continuing to mine the archives for new zoom background, and also thinking of cooler times as we start to get into the 90’s. This was from a spur of the moment trip to Estes Park – typical tourist cabin, nothing special, until the next morning. We woke up to a winter wonderland, with that wonderful soft quiet air. Magical.
Tasmania always conjured up images of Bugs Bunny, but after visiting there, now one indelible memory is of their lavender fields. I can only imagine what this looks like when they’re in bloom (we went in the winter), but the rows still made for a neat image.
Is it real, or is it memorex? Remember those old commercials? In this case, this is a real shot of the Pantheon in Rome, but it was taken on a nice sunny day with a completely boring sky. On another trip though (to Moab), there was a really cool sky, but a meh landscape. So put the two together, and what you get is my first try at a photo-composite using Luminar. I rather like how it turned out. So is this a photograph or a photo composite? Probably both, but it looks cool, and that’s good enough for this weeks post.