Photo: Return to Foundation

I've always been pulled in by old sci-fi book covers. I just started re-reading the Foundation trilogy, so my sensorium is putting a retro-future edge on much of what I see. When I walked by this building downtown yesterday, I knew exactly what I wanted the final product to look like.

Do you find that what you're reading/watching changes the photos you take, or how you process them?
Photo: up

World Trade Center, Portland.

This was a handheld HDR (3 exposures) that I took on Father's Day, when the 3 of us were wandering around downtown after a delicious breakfast. (I had a lox bagel -- yum.)
I'm sure that a lot of people would find this (and a lot of my pics) to be overprocessed. But... I can't help it.  I don't want to use digital darkroom tricks as a crutch, but maybe that's just my style right now. It's hard not to have thoughts like, "maybe it's time I move on from these building shots, and learn how to photograph people."  I dunno, maybe it doesn't matter.
Photo: Mt. Hood
taken from Willamette Natl Cemetery
It was July 4, and I had a rare few hours to myself after dropping my daughter off at summer school. Naturally, I grabbed the camera.

for #forestFriday  +Forest Friday by +Rudolf Vlček 
and #breakfastclub  +Breakfast Club by +Gemma Costa and +Andrea Martinez 
Photo: "Where's it hurt?"
#BTLcritique
Photo: #wetwednesday
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Dave Sanderling
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Mt. Hood
taken from Willamette Natl Cemetery
It was July 4, and I had a rare few hours to myself after dropping my daughter off at summer school. Naturally, I grabbed the camera.

for #forestFriday  +Forest Friday by +Rudolf Vlček 
and #breakfastclub  +Breakfast Club by +Gemma Costa and +Andrea Martinez 

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