I went with the sepia even though L&C's visit predate known/found heliography by 21 years. You just never know what may show up!Susan, your river view is subtly beautiful and your choice of sepia plays to the Lewis and Clark memories wonderfully.
Nice work with the Fuji. Its a great little camera for every dayLast free flowing section of the Columbia River. About as far north as Lewis and Clark got in their travels up the Columbia. We don't have much of a skyline here!
FujiFilm F550EXR, PP in PSCS4 to sepia
Thanks Brair. It's a canal that sits below a small village called Winchelsea which is near Hastings and Rye in Kent. The canal was dug to prevent invaders attacking the village so it's more like a moat really but a very long one!!Stunning pictures of the canal Andy, love the second one. Nothing more relaxing on a hot summer's day than letting the breeze carry my kayak down our canal taking me to the pub for a lovely ice cold cola and a packet of crisps before I turn back challenging the gale as I paddle my way back home again. Which canal is this? I live on the Union Canal.