Today was the last day of the 50@50 challenge, and it took place in Buffalo. I am spending the next few days here visiting a friend, posts might be delayed. I did, however, find a pretty cool subject for this post. It is a bit of a topsy turby image. This is actually a light fixture over his dining room table. I just liked the difference in all three elements, and how they all look like glasses of varying size.
Today’s photo was edited in Snapseed, so things are a bit more limited than my normal fun with Lightroom. Can’t say too much about the process. I tried to keep it simple; rotated the image and cropped it a little bit. I played around with the coloring a little bit, and that was about it.
Tomorrow starts a new day My Days In Focus. With the recent passing of the halfway mark to 365, the removing of lens limitation, and some new scenery, I’m looking forward to so great new stuff. Keep coming along for the ride.
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