November 29, 2011

Goldendale Sunset

Yesterday I was driving home from the Portland area. I prefer to travel the back roads through Goldendale, WA and avoid I-5. Yesterday I stopped to capture a great image of a shack and Mt. Adams in the background. However what really caught my attention was this view. I love how the light is kissing the fields.
I used a few filters in fxPhotoStudio to add color to the otherwise blow out sun. As usual I used Blender, Filterstorm and Snapseed. I also used Dynamic Light for an extra pop.

2 comments:

  1. what a shot, TL. Glorious. Been there a time or 2 myself, never saw it look any better than this.

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  2. I'm a walkin' down the street
    Like Lucky LaRue
    Got my hand in my pocket
    I'm thinkin' 'bout you
    I ain't hurtin' nobody
    I ain't hurtin' no one

    There's three hundred men
    In the State of Tennessee
    They're waiting to die
    They won't never be free
    I ain't hurtin' nobody
    I ain't hurtin' no one

    Six million seven hundred thousand
    And thirty-three lights on
    You'd think someone could take the time
    To sit down and listen to the words of my song

    At the beach in Indiana
    I was nine years old
    Heard Little Richard singing "Tutti Frutti"
    >From the top of a telphone pole
    I wasn't hurtin' nobody
    I wasn't hurtin' no one

    There's roosters laying chickens
    And chickens laying eggs
    Farm machinery eating people's arms and legs
    I ain't hurtin' nobody
    I ain't hurtin' no one

    Perfectly crafted popular hit songs never use the wrong rhyme
    You'd think that waitress could get my order
    Right the first time

    She's sitting on the back steps
    Just shucking that corn
    That gal's been grinning
    Since the day she was born
    She ain't hurtin' nobody
    She ain't hurtin' no one

    I used to live in Chicago
    Where the cold wind blows
    I delivered more junk mail
    Than the junkyard would hold
    I wasn't hurtin' nobody
    I wasn't hurtin' no one

    You can fool some of the people part of the time
    In a rock and roll song
    Fifty million Elvis Presley fans
    Can't be all wrong John Prine

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