Sunday, September 03, 2017

Powering Moab

Many of my photos are taken from the window of a moving big rig.  I get some pretty good shots this way.  Sometimes I get a great shot.  Total fluke.

The thing that bothers me the most though - especially when we're out in the middle of nowhere and there are no buildings or other objects to ruin a landscape photo - are the power lines.  Arrrggh!

Sometimes, if they just drape across the sky in the corner of a photo, I can Photoshop it out.  But my Photoshop skills are very basic, so trying to get power lines and telephone poles out of a photo like this would be too challenging.  And I'd probably leave some kind of noticeable smudge that would draw the eye right to that spot.

So here's a photo of Moab, power lines intact.

Let's just say it gives the photo energy.

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Friday Night Lights

2015: From Here To There
2014: Delicious Demolished Tamal
2013: Scenic Route?? Please.
2012: My Handsome Melon Headed Angel
2011: It’s My Turn
2010: Bird Traffic Waiting For The Light
2009: The Lady And The American Pro Driver
2008: The Signs Don’t Scare Me
2007: Pocket Full Of Min Pin
2006: Less Is More
2005: Sleep Deprived

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