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Saturday, September 06, 2008 

The rain seems to have stopped.

The weather has been atrocious this last few days, wet (very), and windy. This morning at around 7.00am I popped into the local garage for a loaf of bread and some milk, and for once my specs were not rain spattered. There were several rabbits idly going about their business on the local roundabout, oblivious of the early morning traffic. However, no sign of the fox I saw last Friday night.

Anyway, while I'm at it here's a little experiment using an image from the last few days, a black and white HDR treatment. I was not happy at all with my previous attempts at processing the RAW file. This is quite nice, it does have a bygone feel about it though, which is apt I think given the subject matter.

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Oh yeah! Wonderful photo. :)

Some lovely photo's John!

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