A couple more HDR images for you today and one regular image of a tree. I appreciate all the kind comments on yesterday’s post. It is gratifying to know that some enjoy my photography.
Photography gives me the opportunity to share with others the beauty I find in this world. Thank you again for visiting my blog.
The image above is a large Catholic Church located in Bankston, Iowa. I had the tripod set up to capture the farm scene that I showed yesterday but if I turned the camera 90 degrees South this is what I got. 🙂
Finished up the benefit meetings in Cedar Rapids yesterday evening around 4:00 p.m. and then drove back to Marion to meet Mark for a coffee and some catch up time afterwards. It was great to see him again and to learn about what he’s been doing.
Had to drive in a pouring rain most of the way home. I kept thinking to myself… this is better than snow. Then the morning forecast is for 4 – 8 inches of snow starting tomorrow night. 😦
This is the same scene I showed yesterday from a different focal length and at a few minutes later then the other one.
Back to a “normal” day today. I’ve been leaving the house the last couple of days long before light and getting home in the dark. It will be nice to see the road without headlights. 🙂
That’s it for today. Hope you enjoy your day. Be careful.