EDIT 4/25: When I got to work today on a different monitor I see that none of photos below look how they did last night when I spent hours working on them.
Ever since I darkened the brightness on my monitor I have had trouble with how my photos on every other monitor but my own. I guess I will have to brighten my monitor back to where it was and re-doing every one of the photos below because of the terrible halos on every photo that involves the sky (which is 98% of them).
I have so much to edit and it is really upsetting that I wasted a whole night on processing all of these photos and now I have to re-do them all.
I took some time to go to the part after work again. Today I gave the flowers and the macro lens a break. I brought my tripod with me because I was interested in doing HDR waterscapes near the lake.
I can’t even express how wonderful the weather was today. I was so glad to be outdoors even if it was only for a little under an hour.
In order to get these you have to go on a little path through a wooded area and there are little great spots in between where I was able to stick my tripod and get different views of the lake.
These are all HDR shots with 3 exposures each:
Next time I’ll try from the other side of the lake. I only had so much time before I had to leave and there were a lot of people out and about at the lake so I was limited on what angles I chose.
Oh the reflections, the reflections!!
I made my way over across the street to another section of the park with a lake and got some more great angles!
This place is gorgeous and the afternoon light was perfect for these photos!
These are some of my favs of the day. I love bendy tree trunks!
Oh and while I was there 2 of the geese at the park had the nerve to hiss at me! LOL! So I hissed right back at them!
I always visit this place so I’m sure you’ll be seeing more of it from different perspectives soon enough!
Feel free to check out my entire HDR Gallery: http://jenweaverphotography.smugmug.com/gallery/3868580_st8qe/1/284706791_saeNW