All right, I guess I just can not stop from publishing more and more photos with bridges. Today is a Friday, and Friday is a Mystery Photo Friday day, so no location is disclosed until later during weekend, and everyone of you is encouraged to identify the spot. I chose this one on purpose, as I think it is not super obvious where it is, as it is not one of the national landmarks, or is it? Anyway, I hope everyone has a great weekend and do let us know where it is.
Saturday update: Thanks to all trying to identify where it is and to those who knew but decided not to point it out because it was too easy for them. Anyway, this is Arthur Ravenel Bridge connecting Charleston with Mt Pleasant in South Carolina. I took this photo in Mt Pleasant Memorial Waterfront park, on other side of the bridge is Charleston.
I’m officially on vacation for the rest of the year, looking forward to some relaxing time and not doing whole a lot, well, that probably not going end up that way as I’ll do a lot, just not my primary job related…
As of today’s photo, I’ll give you a clue, probably dead giveaway clue. There are two towns with cool little downtowns, both have small marinas, and it happen that both have the same name. I took this photo in one of them. Sometime while back I actually posted some photos from another town. Where is this one?
Happy Friday Everyone, it is finally here! Any cool plans this weekend anyone care to share? I don’t think we have any big plans, probably going to stay in town and just chill. But I’m typing this on Thursday night and might change mind about weekend plans by Friday night, that is possible. We are spontaneous like that, hehe.
OK, back to our mystery photo. Where is that? or even better, what this little alley called? No clues to give you, as any would probably give it right away.
Last Friday I posted a photo with non-disclosed location, sort of a mystery photo. It did not take too long for you guys to figure out where it was actually taken at. So this Friday I’ll do the same. Where did I take this one?
We were walking around Charleston historic district when we passed this light. I thought the shadow and the light fixture had pretty cool effect. Sometimes walking random streets and keeping your eyes open can lead to some cool shots. I have no idea where exactly I took it, but I’m sure that this light fixture on this wall, with this shadow is one of a kind.
This is HDR from a single capture. I like how HDR brings out all the textures on the stucco wall and made it really more dynamic. With most of my single shots I try to process them straight in CS5 as well, without HDR, and compare look and feel of them. Sometimes straight processing wins hands down, sometimes HDR is better. In this situation HDR processing was so much more interesting and reminded me of the actual place.