On March 21st of this year, my wife and I visited a North Carolina Civil War battle site in the town of Bentonville. I will have an entire post on that battle sometime in the near future. For now, I wanted to share a picture I took just outside of the state historical park.
The relatively new boat on a trailer was parked outside of this broken down old house that had obviously been moved to an empty lot and placed on some blocks of wood. The boat seemed so out of place that I just had to stop and take this photo.
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This week I have been featuring Puerto Rico in most of my posts. Sooo, Puerto Rico starts with a ‘P’ and ends with an ‘O’. How appropriate. Here are three black and white shots from that wonderful island.
Here is the fort in Old San Juan:
Next we have a window that is definitely shaped like an ‘O’:
And finally, we have a beautiful parrot:
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For ‘Metal’ I have an unusual statue cast from metal:
For ‘Autumn’ I have a photo from Haw River State Park:
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Here is a picture from San Juan, Puerto Rico, where the pigeons are milling around at the school bus stop, not quite ready to go to school yet.
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Here are two of my three Azalea bushes.
Our Azaleas are in full bloom and just gorgeous:
This beautiful divided sidewalk adds another dimension to ‘Which Way’. I can go forward or backward, but do I take the left hand path or the right hand path?
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This photo was taken from Cozumel, Mexico of the setting sun. You can see the lighting effect of the sun appearing to touch the water.
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House on a rock on a beach.
Here is the original photo – Pre-processing:
Here I have added a rouge filter and sharpened the clarity just a touch:
What are you thoughts on the processing?
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This is the road that leads in and out of a large farm that raises Barbados Blackbelly Sheep.
Here is a picture of a few of the sheep protection their lambs: