Posted on October 3, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Grays and Torreys from Bakerville. A series of trips down to the Denver area was rewarded Wednesday evening with some good timing, as I passed by this classic I-70 view just as the evening light reached prime time.
FRISCO — A short set featuring some iPhone edits, just because … Natural light is great, but gosh, sometimes it is fun to get all filter-y and Instagram-y, using all the fun tools and tricks the little smartphone camera has to offer.
Beauty is where you find it, as with this brilliant California poppy growing in a nondescript flowerbed at the Farmers Korner gas station.
“It’s the same story the crow told me
It’s the only one he know -
like the morning sun you come
and like the wind you go
Ain’t no time to hate,
barely time to wait
Wo-oah, what I want to know,
where does the time go?”
~Grateful Dead/Uncle John’s Band.
A 60-mph snapshot along I-70 near Georgetown, run through a series of iPhone apps and filters in an attempt to create a dream-like image.
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