Vision 2020 Thread the Third - January 22 - 31

It's been a trying few days, not a lot to show for it. A couple more along the lines of "art" I guess, like the snapshot posted for #21.

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These were purposely sort of dingy in-camera processing to reflect the dull, rainy weather. HDR effect, with saturation cranked down.


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Severe anticyclonic gloom once again, so this is one from yesterday.

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Slapton Turn Bus Shelter

There wasn't a great deal I could do to this image to liven it up, although it was no where near as gloom as it is today. This shelter was built last year by Eddie, a friend of mine who is a tree surgeon and a wood carver. It was built from a windblown 176 year old Oak tree. At what is a very exposed bus stop it has saved me from getting soaking wet on a handful of occasions in recent months, although the bus I'm waiting for is on the opposite side of the road so it involves running out as it approaches and hopefully being able to cross the road in time to flag it down! There might be few additional images between now and the end of the month, the forecast for the next few days is for rain most days, and probably all day on those days. I'm not sure I can get creative indoors.



Zen Snapshooter
Jul 13, 2011
Lexington, Virginia
@drd1135 my great grand father (that I'm named after) owned an apothecary shop in Manchester NH. Supposedly one of the last register apothecary shop in New England, though I have no idea if that's true.

This is an old fashion medical cold box and pages of his remedies.
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I love things like this. How old are these things?

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